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Interests

Entrepreneurship
Technology Transfer
Economic Development

 

Judith Albers

VanArsdale Chair

School of Business

South Hall 111A
1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454
585-245-5658
albers@geneseo.edu

Judith Albers

Judy Albers received an appointment to the VanArsdale Chair in Entrepreneurship at Geneseo in the Fall of 2013.  Since then, she has introduced a comprehensive program in entrepreneurship to the university including courses, workshops, and events which are open to all upper level students in all majors.  The program also involves student participation in local, regional and state-wide business plan competitions and national conferences such as the Clinton Global Initiative through CIDD.  Further, she has established an incubator program where students grow their businesses during the summer months and follow-on semesters.  The support of highly experienced mentors from both on- and off-campus provides huge value to the students and is vital to the students’ education and achievement.  Collaborating with more advanced regional entrepreneurial programs such as those at High Tech of Rochester (HTR) has also been instrumental in student success. For more information, please visit www.geneseo.edu/ventureworks.

Faculty Information

Education

  • B.S. in Chemistry with Distinction, Duke University
  • Ph.D. in Chemistry, Brandeis University
  • Post-doc in Chemistry, Princeton University

Publications and Professional Activities

  • Judy is a frequent speaker and panelist at local, regional, and national entrepreneurship conferences, business plan competitions, and venture forums.
  • She is an ardent analyst and author of studies related to entrepreneurship. Her papers have reached a regional, national, and international audience and can be downloaded at www.excellny.com, www.seedny.org, http://opensuny.org/omp/index.php/minerva/catalog/book/171 and http://go.geneseo.edu/Entrepreneurship.
Spring 2015 Classes

INTD 388:
Exp:Entre'ship Idea2Venture

    MGMT 385:
    SpTpBus:Entre'shipIdea2Venture

      This course involves the study of a specialized topic in business. Students may take this course for credit up to two times under different subtitles; it may be used only once to count toward the req
      uirements of any School of Business major or minor. Prerequisites: Senior standing. Restricted to School of Business majors and minors. Others may seek permission from the School of Business. Offered every year.
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