Huntsman Post - February 2015
Huntsman Post - February 2015

The fourth annual Entrepreneur Lecture Series from our Clark Center for Entrepreneurship kicked off last month in unseasonably warm Cache Valley. This fantastic speaker series brings entrepreneurs from a wide variety of fields to our campus. Davis Smith, founder and CEO of social entrepreneurial venture Cotopaxi, spoke to our students just last week, and his entrepreneurial mindset is something we encourage all of our students to internalize.

Huntsman professor Kristal Ray showed great ethical leadership by volunteering to teach 100 third- and fifth-grade students basic computer coding as part of the international “Hour of Code” event. Her belief of “programmers of tomorrow are the wizards of the future” is driving our students to master the skills they need for future success.

Our February video highlights our business honors program, Huntsman Scholars. We are so proud of what these students do for our community, the state, the nation and the world.

With warm regards,

Douglas D. Anderson Dean and Professor
Davis Smith, Founder of Cotopaxi
Hour of Code
Youtube Video
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