President's Fellows 2017

Exploring Entrepreneurship at UMB

What does entrepreneurship look like on our campus? Through interviews, research, and hands-on experience, four students at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) explored the importance and current state of entrepreneurship at UMB.

Known as the President’s Fellows, Chinonye “Donna” Egbulem, schools of social work and medicine (public health); Anna Hung, School of Pharmacy; Benjamin Portney, Graduate School, (biochemistry and molecular biology); and Camilo Vanegas, Graduate School (molecular medicine) have spent the academic year preparing recommendations for entrepreneurial education and exploration at our University.

Fellows Presentation

Join them as they share their journey and debut their report, Exploring Entrepreneurship at UMB. Their presentation is scheduled for Monday, April 3 at 4 p.m. in the SMC Campus Center, Elm Room B.


A networking reception will follow the presentation. Register now or contact for more information.

Pictured above from left to right: Benjamin Portney, Chinonye “Donna” Egbulem, Camilo Vanegas, and Anna Hung. Photo credit: Adrienne Kambouris, MS1, MD/PhD student

Courtney J. Jones CarneyBulletin Board, Collaboration, Education, Global & Community Engagement, People, Research, UMB NewsMarch 20, 20170 commentsbiochemistry, entrepreneurial education, entrepreneurship, Graduate School, medicine, molecular biology, molecular medicine, pharmacy, President’s Fellows, public health, Social Work.

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