AEM 121 Syllabus - AEM 121 - Entrepreneurship and Personal...

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AEM 121 - Entrepreneurship and Personal Enterprise Speaker Series Syllabus, Fall 2006 Department of Applied Economics and Management Entrepreneurship@Cornell CORNELL UNIVERSITY AEM 121 Fall 2006 Professor Course Support Specialist Pedro David Pérez Ms. Carol Peters 203 Warren Hall 51 Warren Hall 255-4697 255-1576 pdp5@cornell.edu clp7@cornell.edu Course Mailbox: aem-121@cornell.edu ( Please send all administrative inquiries related to AEM 121 to this address ) Teaching Assistants ( Note: TAs are assigned both to AEM 121 and AEM 120 ) Jennifer Vargas –  jlv39@cornell.edu   (Administrative TA) Sanin Mody –  ssm33@cornell.edu  - (Head TA) Stephen Flug –  smf36@cornell.edu Lily Hakim –  lh238@cornell.edu   Brad Harrison -  bph2@cornell.edu   Douglas Hirsch –  dbh26@cornell.edu   Matt Litwin –  mnl3@cornell.edu Devangi Nishar –  dn62@cornell.edu   Alyssa Pizzolanti –  amp66@cornell.edu   Office Hours of Teaching Assistants Times to be announced.  All office hours will be held in 46 Warren Hall. Course Web Page Address http://www.blackboard.cornell.edu/   ____________________ August 18th, 2006 1
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AEM 121 - Entrepreneurship and Personal Enterprise Speaker Series Syllabus, Fall 2006 *Special acknowledgement and thanks goes to Sam Seltzer ’48 for funding the Moses and Loulu  Seltzer Endowment, in honor of his parents, which provides financial support for this course. August 18th, 2006 2
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AEM 121 - Entrepreneurship and Personal Enterprise Speaker Series Syllabus, Fall 2006 Class Meeting Times/Location M 7:30 – 8:30 pm. Note:  Lectures usually run between 50-60 minutes.  Occasionally, however, a  lecture may run over by a few minutes.  Students are expected to stay until the end of each  presentation.  Please keep this in mind when making commitments for after-class activities (i.e.,  work, meetings, etc.) Kennedy Hall, Call Alumni Auditorium Description of the Course The Entrepreneurship Speaker Series presents seminars and guest lectures by faculty engaged  in the study and practice of entrepreneurship and by prominent entrepreneurs associated with  the  Entrepreneurship@Cornell  program, with a view to inform and inspire students.  Evaluation will include attendance, written feedback on lectures, and an end-of-semester  short essay.  While this course is intended as a companion to AEM 120, it can be taken  independently from that course. Course Objectives The objective of  AEM 121  is to expose students to real-world dimensions of  entrepreneurship through interaction with guest speakers, including entrepreneurship faculty  members and real-world entrepreneurs.  This objective is achieved through attendance at  topical lectures given by guest speakers and through reflection on guest speakers’ 
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