Kauffman Entrepreneurial Year Videos
Here, Lisa Norwood, Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Studies in the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, introduces the Kauffman Entrepreneurial Year (KEY) Program. The program allows students at Rochester up to a year, tuition free, to focus on an entrepreneurial project. Students participating in the program describe their projects in the subsequent clips.
Here, Jonathan Ortloff talks about his KEY project—restoring a historical pipe organ on campus.
In this clip, KEY students Dan Nice, Mike Rotondo and Allison Rosenberg discuss their web-based program that helps people with similar interests meet each other.
Mlen-Too Wesley II is focusing his Kauffman Entrepreneurial Year on developing business in Ghana.