Jack Mason, CEO of the University of Wyoming Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, started the job last fall after serving as director of entrepreneurial studies at the Palumbo Donahue School of Business Administration at Duquesne Unviersity. Photo courtesy of the University of Wyoming

An assessment of the Business Resource Network led by the University of Wyoming and the Wyoming Business Council helps define how future economic development and entrepreneurship efforts are structured in the state.

Coupled with the progress of the new Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, UW’s business and entrepreneurship programs are evolving to meet economic development challenges facing the state, said Ed Synakowski, UW vice president for research and economic development. A presidential directive outlining the assessment was presented to UW trustees at their May meeting.

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