Culture of Impact: Faculty as Mentors for Student Entrepreneurs
By: Glenn D. Prestwich | Jan 31, 2013 2:00 PM
In a recent editorial in Science Translational Medicine, Glenn D. Prestwich, Ph.D., explores leadership and academic entrepreneurship in relation to transitional medicine and reframes the question: What are the metrics for evaluating faculty entrepreneurial activities in terms of retention, promotion, and tenure decisions?
Prestwich also challenges the traditional “ivory tower” faculty model while delving into the “evolutionary – some might say revolutionary – change occurring at universities.”
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Glenn D. Prestwich is Presidential Professor of Medicinal Chemistry and Presidential Special Assistant for Faculty Entrepreneurship at the University of Utah.comments powered by Disqus