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E’ship TLC to Present Entrepreneurial Innovator

Monday, February 6, 2006

Professor Walter Rychlewski will be the featured speaker at the Entrepreneurship TLC presentation at 4 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 8, in 2112 Learned Hall at the University of Kansas School of Engineering.

His presentation, which is free and open to the public, will be “Use of DISC Personality Profiles in Team Building.” The DISC Personality Assessment tool was first developed by one of Rychlewski’s companies. Rychlewski gave a similar presentation to the E-ship TLC in 2005, which was well received.

Rychlewski, earned a doctorate in electrical engineering from the University of Missouri – Columbia in 1975. He is a serial entrepreneur with experience in many different types of companies. His interests are in entrepreneurship, technology based business, e-commerce, mentoring, entrepreneurial leadership, software and systems, and new venture creation. Rychlewski is currently a visiting professor of entrepreneurship in the Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Missouri – Kansas City. Previously, he was a professor of business and computer science at William Jewell College.

Click here for more information about Professor Walter Rychlewski.

Students and faculty from a variety of disciplines, including the sciences and engineering, are encouraged to attend.

E'ship TLC is a free, multidisciplinary program coordinated by the KU School of Engineering and the KU Office of Technology Transfer for individuals interested in innovation, business and technology development.

Entrepreneurial thinking is way of approaching a problem with an open-ended yet realistic view of future possibilities.

The E'ship TLC welcomes

- Regional community members

- KU students of all academic levels

- KU faculty & staff of all disciplines

For more information about joining the mailing list or Spring '06 class visit the E’ship TLC website.

or contact

Assistant Professor Lisa Friis, (785) 864-2104, or Susan McNally, (785) 864-7189.



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