Entrepreneurship activities weren’t typically part of Arizona State University’s academic curriculum in the 1980s. But that changed when Richard Filley, an instructional professional in the Technological Entrepreneurship and Management program, joined the university in 1985. With years of industry experience under his belt, Filley felt strongly about broadening the classroom curriculum beyond textbook lessons. He envisioned a globally-driven curriculum and programming that put an equal emphasis on entrepreneurship, leadership, and community service activities in partnership with local industry. Learn more via this ASU News article.