Louisiana State University Expands Entrepreneurship Program

The Charles Koch Foundation announced a $5.6 million gift to Louisiana State University’s Stephenson Entrepreneurship Institute (SEI), an interdisciplinary institute fostering entrepreneurship through educational initiatives, applied research and outreach.

Speaking about the gift and SEI, John Hardin, the Foundation’s director of university relations, said, “For decades, LSU has been a leader in providing students the knowledge and skills to approach the world as entrepreneurs. We are thankful for the opportunity to join the Stephensons in supporting LSU’s vision for expanding entrepreneurship education and research to benefit even more students and improve the lives of people in Louisiana and beyond.”

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