Few students will ever have the opportunity to take a class on entrepreneurship from the founder of a startup business that became a major world-wide company. Micron Co-Founder Joe Parkinson will be teaching ENTREP 497 Special Topics: Being CEO of Your High Tech Business during the spring 2019 semester. This one credit hour class is open to all upper division students without pre-requisites. It will be held on Fridays 12:00-12:50 p.m. in Micron Business and Economics Building Room 1106. If you have a dream of potentially starting a technology oriented business or being a member of a startup team, this class will provide valuable insights and tools delivered by a technology pioneer.
To get a preview of Joe and to learn about the founding of Micron, please attend the inaugural Entrepreneur Connect Lecture Series on November 13 at 3:00-4:45 p.m. in Skaggs Hall of Learning in the Micron Business and Economics Building. Joe and his brother Ward Parkinson will tell their story of the founding of Micron.