The good news is that the UW-Madison campus has stepped up its game. The business school’s Weinert Center for Entrepreneurship is taking a special interest in helping what executive director Jon Eckhardt calls “backpack entrepreneurs.” The Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, which encourages cross-disciplinary collaboration, offers free business consulting and a workspace for the computer science entrepreneur students. And the computer science department is trying to remedy what they see as a longstanding gap in department programming. Read the full Isthmus story here.
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