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Moore Impact: the Darla Moore School of Business Podcast

Hosted by Kasie Whitener, Moore School clinical assistant professor of management, this podcast covers a range of topics on business, education and community engagement involving faculty, students and alumni of the Moore School.


Episode 4: More Impactful Learning Experiences in Entrepreneurship

The Moore School’s entrepreneurship program took center stage on April 19, 2024 in the second half of the Moore School 50th Anniversary of International Business event. The stage was Proving Ground, a pitch competition for student entrepreneurs. One of the organizers and hosts was the Outreach Director for the Faber Entrepreneurship Center, Dr. Geoffrey Graybeal. In this episode the topics are bringing more applicable learning experiences around entrepreneurship into the classroom and helping students envision changing the world through business.

Episode 2: Alliance Building with the McNair Institute

The Moore School’s International Business program turns 50 this year and one of the professors in that department is Dr. Dirk Brown whose special interest is in international entrepreneurship. In this interview, we focus on Dr. Brown’s work with the McNair Institute for Entrepreneurism and Free Enterprise and its ability to bridge siloed schools and departments with the common interest in entrepreneurship.

Episode 1: New Venture Exploration and Proving Ground

The Moore School’s Faber Center for Entrepreneurship presents its annual pitch competition, Proving Ground, in conjunction with the April 19, 2024 celebration of 50 years of international business at the Moore School. In studio with Dr. Whitener on April 9, 2024 were two semifinalists for Proving Ground, seniors in the business school who represented their teams in the interview.

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