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David Cutler, Associate Professor of Composition and Musicianship & Coordinator of Music Entrepreneurship Studies talks about his new book, The Savvy Musician.

Jerry Gustafson, Professor of Economics at Beloit College, talks about the Center for Entrepreneurship and Liberal Arts at Beloit College (CELEB). In our field, true models of success are vital to our efforts. In this interview, Jerry discusses his career at Beloit and how important arts incubators are for student's professional and entrepreneurial growth.

Mark Sheridan Rabideau, Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Wyoming, Fellow for Creativity within the Plangere Writing Center at Rutgers University, The State University of New Jersey, and Executive Director of Artists Now, discusses his cutting edge work in Creativity and Social Entrepreneurship eduction.

Lynn Book, Professor of Creativity at Wake Forest University talks about her role in their campus-wide entrepreneurship efforts. And to whet your appetite here's a link that describes her (soon to be famous) Cook it up! forum.

Mark Hoelscher, Director of the Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies at Illinois State University talks about his "Entrepreneurship in the Arts 1" course. He has a number of student success stories and has been kind enough to share his syllabus as well - thanks Mark!

Elliot McGucken's efforts at UNC Chapel-Hill have received national attention. What is seldom noted, however, is the overwhelming student interest in class. In the spring of 2006, his class, "Artistic Entrepreneurship & Technology 101" was open to 45 students - over 120 applied. For this fall, 215 expressed interest. By any measure, these are enviable numbers.