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Dana LaCondre-Nugent (center) received the 2015 Promise Prize from last year's winner, Alanda Alexandre (right). The award is sponsored by Vikki Pryor (left), founder of the Change Create Transform Foundation.

$5,000 Promise Prize Awarded to Grad Student Who Aspires to Be Entrepreneur

Dana LaCondre-Nugent honored by Change Create Transform Foundation

Judges with Dollars for Scholars winners, from left, Todd Pettengill, AJ Khubani, Sebastian Swoboda, Jean Camacho, Matthew Szewczyk, Tim Kiss, Randy Jackson and Anthony "Sully" Sullivan.

Winning—and Losing—Students Transformed by $10,000 Pitch Contest

Annual event is culmination of Feliciano Center’s entrepreneurship certificate program

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Students Nervous, Excited about May 6 Pitch Competition

TeleBrands-sponsored contest offers $10,000 prize to winning team

All-Star Tailgates from left: Jacqueline Busichio, Ryan Afflitto, Jessica Weinberg

Entrepreneurship Students Are Finalists in National Contest

Three seniors were chosen to pitch their product developed during Feliciano Center ENTR courses

Shoeplex team, from left, Katie Sferra, Ashley Ormsby and Jonathan Maldonado.

Students Compete in Prelim Pitch Competition at Feliciano Center

Event doubles as final exam for ENTR 201 “Entrepreneurial Mindset” course

Panel, from left, included Jinisha Patel, Judith Sheft, Lauren Gula, Meiyin Wu and Katherine Herbert.

STEM Event Is Finishing Touch of Women Entrepreneurship Week

About 100 hear discussion on how to increase number of women in STEM fields

Feliciano Center founder Mimi Feliciano and Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno at the Oct. 15 conference.

335 People Celebrate Women Entrepreneurship Week at Conference

Lt. Gov. Guadagno, top business leaders among nearly 30 speakers at 9-hour event

From left, Wamwari Waichungo, Elena Kilpatrick, Gloria Feldt, Tracy Doyle, Kathy Duva during panel discussion.

Gloria Feldt, Red Hawk Alumnae Kick Off Week of Women’s Events

David Brancaccio, at podium, moderated the DIY panel, which included Jules Pieri, co-founder and CEO of The Grommet; Marc de Vinck, professor Practice in Creativity at Lehigh University; and Jeff Wald, co-founder and COO of Work Market.

Brancaccio, Other Experts Discuss Impact of DIY Economy

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Complete Coverage of Google I/O Extended 2014 in N.J.

Event draws nearly 200 techies to Montclair State on June 25

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Discussing the Dynamics of Working with Dad

Daughter Entrepreneurs Share Stories about Running the Family Business

The winning team members of Sport Your Sole.

$10,000 Prize Awarded in University’s Student Pitch Contest

Event is culmination of entrepreneurship students’ curriculum