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Office of the Provost

BELL Program Office

1604 Moore Humanities and Research Administration


BELL Advisory Committee

David Arneke, Division of University Advancement

Bonnie Canziani, Department of Recreation, Tourism, and Hospitality Management

Anthony Chow, Department of Library and Information Studies

Jim Clark, Department of English

Patricia Crane, Department of Adult Health, School of Nursing

Ruth DeHoog, Department of Political Science

Joe Erba, Department of Business Administration

David Holley, School of Music

John Lee Jellicorse, Department of Media Studies

Tim Johnston, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences

Spoma Jovanovic, Department of Communication Studies

Jerry McGuire, Office of Technology Transfer

Promod Pratap, Department of Physics and Astronomy

Laura Sims, School of Human Environmental Sciences

Rosemary Wander, Associate Provost for Research and Public/Private Sector Partnerships

Jim Weeks, Dean, Bryan School of Business and Economics

Dianne Welsh, Bryan School of Business and Economics

BELL (Building Entrepreneurial Learning for Life) is a campus-wide, cross-disciplinary collaboration involving the College of Arts and Sciences, all of UNCG’s six professional schools, and the Office of Research and Public/Private Sector Partnerships. Entrepreneurship is defined as the process of creating new enterprises that are sustainable and build value, whether they be for-profit or not-for-profit, economic, social, artistic, cultural, educational, or intellectual. Requirements for the Entrepreneurship minor are found in the Business Administration section of this Bulletin. Courses cross-listed with the entrepreneurship (ENT) prefix are listed below and within the section of their originating department. These courses support the mission of BELL: to fuel the entrepreneurial spirit, thinking, and actions of students and faculty across the campus by fostering a culture of creative confidence, competence, and courage.