Center for Innovation at the University of North Dakota – a shining example of what can be done to develop an entrepreneurial state thanks to 24 for years of great leadership from Bruce Gjovig

UND was recently ranked 9th by Entrepreneur Magazine and the Princeton Review in a list of the most entrepreneurial schools in the nation. Why?

When the Center for Innovation opened at UND in 1984, it was housed in a storage closet in Harrington Hall.

"They cleaned it out, gave me a World War II edition desk, a chair that was partially broken and a typewriter," said Bruce Gjovig, who launched the Center for Innovation and now serves as the center’s director and entrepreneur coach. "That’s how I started the Center for Innovation in 1984. In a closet with old furniture."

By Ryan Schuster, Herald Staff Writer

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