A New Era at Penn State
Building an Entrepreneurship
Center at The Pennsylvania State
The Pennsylvania State University’s Board of Trustees
Eric J. Barron President of Penn State University
Thomas W. Wolf Governor of the Commonwealth
Cynthia A. Dunn Secretary of Department of Conservation
and Natural Resources
Russell C. Redding Secretary of Agriculture
Pedro A. Rivera Secretary of Education
Steven Cornwell Supply Chain and Information Systems
Kali Rundle Business Management
November 11, 2015
Memo of Transmittal
TO: The Pennsylvania State University’s Board of Trustees
FROM: Steven Cornwell & Kali Rundle
SUBJECT: Entrepreneurship: A New Era at Penn State
DATE: November 11, 2015
The following report is a proposal to allocate the funds from a recent donation towards building a
new entrepreneurship center at the Pennsylvania State University.
College students make tremendous financial investments into their undergraduate educations. With
the goal of post-graduation employment, Penn State students pay tens, if not hundreds, of thousands
of dollars on the teaching staff, the connections, and the resources that their university provides. We
have taken the time to analyze and conclude that students at Penn State could further enhance their
educations by utilizing a central hub dedicated to innovation and entrepreneurship.
Our proposal report regarding the building of a new entrepreneurship center provides answers on
how Penn State can better serve its constituents while benefitting the university long term. Our
research helped us discover the major aspects it will take to physically construct a new building, but
our proposal is more focused on why we, Penn State and its students, will benefit from the new
building. However, we will include pertinent details such as cost analysis, possible locations and some
of the main features of our proposed building.
Entrepreneurship is continuously emphasized at Penn State. University officials recently introduced a
new entrepreneurship major, which President Barron described as an “investment in economic
development and student career successes.” For that reason, we hope that you, members of the
Board of Trustees, will be receptive to our plan and the benefits it will create.
The weak macro economic environment, coupled with changing generational preferences as well as a
rebirth of entrepreneurship in America has led to the ideal conditions for implementation of our
proposal. Our thorough research has helped solidify our recommendation that Penn State needs to
build new entrepreneurship center to adapt to the changing needs of its students.
We would like to acknowledge the few people that aided us in crafting this proposal. A special thank
you to the President of Innoblue Entrepreneurship club, William Ferguson. He graciously allowed us to
survey his club, and these insights helped shape our project. We would like to thank Administrative
Assistant Ann Zirkle for helping our research on the implementation of the building. Another thank you
goes out to Dr. Christine Grogan for guiding our proposal and research.
Thank you for allowing us the opportunity to present our entrepreneurship center proposal. We look
forward to discussing the possibility of carrying out our research plans. If you have any further
questions, please contact Steven Cornwell at [email protected] or Kali Rundle at
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The Weak Economy, Rise of Entrepreneurship,
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The Weak Economy
Rise of Entrepreneurship
Changes in Millennial Preferences
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Construction of Penn State
Research Behind Construction
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This report researches the current weak economic conditions and proposes the implementation
of an entrepreneurship center at the Pennsylvania State University.
Problems: Economic Downturn hurts the Job Market
College students are graduating into unprecedented economic conditions. The job market has
failed to rebound since the 2008 housing market collapse and still a record 93.6 million
Americans are not participating in the work force. Quality employment prospects are becoming
increasingly competitive and hard to come by. Unemployment statistics show that college grads
are disproportionately represented with 24.5% of them jobless. Penn State students need to be
prepared for the harsh economic realities they face after graduation.
Despite the harsh economic climate, Americans, and specifically millennials have found
entrepreneurship as a viable path to career successes. Entrepreneurship requires innovation,
creativity, and originality, three distinguishing characteristics. Startup activity has been its highest in
twenty years, and the current generation is keen to contribute to it. In order to stay competitive as
a school, Penn State must meet and surpass the changing needs of its students in preparing them
for the unique challenges that await them upon graduation.
Solutions: Build Entrepreneurship Center to promote Innovation
An entrepreneurship center at the Pennsylvania State University will provide the resources any
student could need to become successful in today’s economy. The entrepreneurship building
would include necessary technology, conference rooms, editing equipment, and most importantly,
a place to meet other aspiring students. With the chance to work in an upbeat and innovative
culture, Penn State students can create more ideas, gain confidence, and work on projects that
could set them apart in facing the job market. This building would be the hub for innovation at
Penn State, and in an economy where innovation is essential; this building becomes even more
important to the community.
Benefits: Outstanding University generates Prestigious Students stronger network
Building an entrepreneurship center will benefit Penn State’s students and the university as a
whole. Some of the potential benefits are as follows:
• A hub for inspiring entrepreneurial students to interact and network
• A unique student culture that would set Penn State students apart from/above other
• A creation of confident, innovative students
o Building a stronger alumni network for students and potential donations
• A competitive edge for the university in comparison to the other Big 10 schools
• Cementing Penn State’s standing as the number 1 ranked university by corporate recruiters
Building the entrepreneurship center at Penn State will emulate the Board’s mission
of “govern[ing] the welfare of the University and all the interests pertaining thereto including
students, faculty, staff and alumni.”
The purpose of this proposal is to show the benefits of allocating the recent donation towards the
construction of a new entrepreneurship center. We will work with the governing body of Smeal, as
well as all Penn State students, to facilitate our proposal, which will ultimately benefit the entire
university and its constituents. This proposal will provide an in depth view of the weak job market and
unique circumstances that drive the purpose of this report.
The dynamics and fundamentals of the macroeconomic environment are changing drastically. Gone
are the days of stable employment, long climbs up the corporate ladder and retirements paid by
company pensions. The world economy is becoming increasingly destabilized by unprecedented
levels of debt fueled by speculation and currencies that derive no actual value. The fundamental
problems of our economy are beginning to take root and have already started disproportionately
affecting college graduates. Students are not seeing the financial return of a college education when
they graduate with record levels of debt and get hired for jobs they are overqualified for.
To better prepare the Penn State student body for the tough economic realities that lie ahead,
university officials must build an entrepreneurship center for students with goals of going into
business for themselves. This building will serve as a central location for like-minded students to
pursue their business ideas together. The entrepreneurship center will be an incubation hub to
innovate the jobs of tomorrow. The proposal will better university employment statistics and increase
the prestige of the university. Down the road, Penn State will have a more dynamic alumni base to tap
into to provide funding and jobs for future students. The university can take the lead in developing
entrepreneurial talent, and it must recognize it as a viable option for students given the uncertain
economic times we live in.
The report will focus more so on the why aspect versus the how aspect. A full-scale detailed
construction timeline goes beyond the scope of this proposal. However, we will provide
recommendations on the cost of the project, possible locations and features that should be included
in the building. Physical implementation of the building will be at the Board’s discretion. The research
contained in this proposal proves the university and its constituents will benefit greatly from the
construction of a new entrepreneurship center.
The Weak Economy, Rise of Entrepreneurship, and Changes in
The Weak Economy
The recent donation should to be utilized in a way that brings the greatest value to the greatest
number of people within the Penn State community. Our proposal is the solution to the problems
of the weak economy, the rise of entrepreneurship, and the changes in Millennial preferences.
Ultimately, the investment students make into obtaining a Penn State degree must become
tangible in the form of some type of employment. Unfortunately, the world economy has
becoming increasingly destabilized and with it, the prospects of reaching quality employment
opportunities. Many of the employment numbers espoused by government statistics paint a far
rosier employment picture than reality. Labor force participation rates are at 38-year lows with a
record 93.6 million Americans not in the work force (CNS News). You can see the drop in
employment in Figure 1, located on the right. The portion of Americans aged 25-34 who are
employed has dropped to a new low of 75.5% (USA Today).
More and more, college grads are being
forced to take jobs they are
overqualified for. Forty four percent of
Americans aged 22-27 with at least a
bachelor’s degree are working jobs that
don’t require that level of education.
Another discouraging survey found that
the most common jobs for fully
employed 19-29 year olds with
Bachelor’s degrees are: merchandise
displayers, clothing store reps and cell
phone salesman (CNN). These kinds of
jobs are not worth the financial
investment of a college education. Not
to mention, 7 in 10 college seniors are
graduating with an average of $28,400 in
debt (Fortune). College grads
themselves are increasingly pessimistic
about the employment outlook. A
Harvard University survey found 45% of those polled said student loan obligations would seriously
affect their financial situation for years to come. The survey further highlighted that 3 out of 4
college grads expect a somewhat or very difficult time finding a job (Fortune). Couple these
statistics with the shaky foundations of the world economic environment and it is easy to see why
college grads are so pessimistic.
LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION (in millions)
93.6 million Americans dropped out of the workforce,
largest drop in 38 years.
Entrepreneurship in America
Despite the faltering economy, more and more college grads can follow their career
goals by turning to entrepreneurship. A new report highlighted that startup activity has
been its highest in 20 years. For every 100,000 U.S adults, 310 are small business
owners, which translates to about 530,000 new businesses each month (Forbes). For
some people, taking a chance on starting a business is equally risky as the instability of
the job market.
The Rise of Technology
The rise of entrepreneurship can also be traced to the cheap
technology Americans have at their disposal. The general
population has access to tons of information and data via the
Internet. Entrepreneurs can leverage their smartphones,
tablets and computers to run day-to-day operations. Online
software tools are also making entrepreneurship more
prevalent and affordable. Any person with access to the
Internet, a telephone and a credit card can start an online
business. Technology has altered the start-up landscape and
rejuvenated the entrepreneurial spirit of the country.
The Rise of
Figure 2 shows the three causes contributing to a rise in entrepreneurship in America.
Entrepreneurship in America Continued
Corporate America Struggles
In contrast, corporate America is struggling to
keep pace with technological advancements. Large
businesses have complex integrated systems that
make them less adaptable to emerging
technologies. Small businesses on the other hand
are better suited to adapt to this rapid pace of
change. The mobility of the American worker also
gives entrepreneurs a flexible talent pool to tap
into. The business playing field has changed
drastically to favor the elastic nature of smaller
Venture capital has always been the lifeblood of new
companies. It used to be a realm of business reserved for
the wealthy and connected, but it too has become more
entrepreneurial in nature. Aspiring business owners can now
pitch their ideas on crowd funding platforms like Kickstarter
and Indiegogo (Forbes). Anyone with a business idea can
check its validity and staying power with an online audience.
The average U.S citizen is playing an even greater role in
financing and discovering the next successful American
company. Old school venture capital firms are also pouring
money into the start-up space at unprecedented levels. In
2013 alone, VC’s invested $29.4 billion dollars into 3,995
deals, representing a 7% increase from the year prior
(Forbes). The entrepreneurial landscape is thriving in
Changes in Millennial Preferences
Millennials have been the most vocal generation in their support for cultural changes within
business. The London Business School released a study that showed that Millennials favor careers
with greater flexibility, control and purpose. Entrepreneurship offers our generation a means to
these ends. The numbers speak even greater volumes to the millennial generation’s desires to be
self-employed. A Bentley University survey of millennials showed that 13% of respondents favored
LABOR FORCE BY GENERATION (in millions)
a career that involved climbing the
corporate ladder. Contrast that with
the 67% of respondents that said
their career goals involve starting
their own businesses (Forbes). These
numbers are staggering and confirm
that the entrepreneurial drive is alive
and well amongst the millennial
generation. Furthermore, 77% of
millennials say that flexible work
hours are key to boosting
productivity within their generation.
More and more young people are
shunning the 9-5 life their parents
inherited. With millennials making up
roughly 75% of the workforce by
2025, it is time Penn State puts a
greater emphasis on
Millennials now have the largest generational representation in
the work force
Culture Changes at Penn State
We would like to commend university officials for realizing the changing
economic environment and the need for the school to invest more
resources into entrepreneurship. Just last year, Smeal introduced a new
entrepreneurship major. President Barron described the new major as
an, “…investment in economic development and student career
successes.” He goes onto state that, “…[Penn State] needs deliberate
strategies to promote economic development and a culture that
rewards entrepreneurship (Eric Barron).” Despite this renewed
emphasis, employment statistics from Smeal show that only 0.9% of its
students are starting entrepreneurial ventures upon graduation (Smeal).
This number is too low and needs to increase to reflect the desires of
our student body.
Penn State Success Story
After a review of these facts, it is essential that the Board of Trustees spend the recent donation on
constructing a new entrepreneurship center for students. This new innovation hub will be an area for
aspiring entrepreneurs to network, engage and work on their fledgling start-up ideas. The ultimate purpose
of the building is to aid students in their entrepreneurial pursuits. The building itself should not be
extravagant in nature, as to reflect the harsh economic challenges entrepreneurs face. Our society glorifies
the lavish and wealthy start-up culture found in Silicon Valley but that hardly reflects the circumstances
most new businesses face.
The innovation center should come with the equipment necessary to help students craft their business
ideas. Modern entrepreneurship relies heavily on technology, and we want to put the right tools in our
students’ hands. The building needs to be equipped with:
• A computer lab with both Mac’s and PC’s so students with technology backgrounds can code
• Editing equipment so students can create the viral content they need to be successful in a digital
• Latest software and productivity tools with the technology
• Conference rooms equipped with video projectors, white boards and seating (These areas will
function as places for presentations and collaboration amongst students)
• A small food court to enhance the collaborative/networking environment we want to instill.
Successful start-ups know how to access and network with peers.
The building will serve as the central location for the incubation of new ideas and cultivation of
entrepreneurial talent amongst our student body.
Construction of a Penn State Entrepreneurship Center
Building the innovation center will further cement Penn State’s
standing as the number 1 ranked university by corporate recruiters.
The Board needs to continue to show that it is the best at preparing
students for life after graduation. Our proposal represents an
opportunity for the Board to distinguish itself from our Big Ten
competition. Universally, the Big Ten is not known as a hotbed for
entrepreneurial innovation. West coast schools and urban campuses
are generally ranked highest when it comes to developing
entrepreneurial talent. Penn State can take the lead in the Big Ten
and differentiate itself from our competition. This building will
signify that our school is dedicated to preparing students for their
career aspirations. Coupled with the new entrepreneurship major,
the innovation center will increase the number of students that are
employed in some way upon graduation.
The proposal also serves to increase the long-term success and
prestige of the university. Down the road, successful start-ups that
begin at Penn State can be tapped into for the funding and hiring of
future students. The more entrepreneurial ventures the university
supports, equates to a larger, more robust alumni network to tap
Notable alumni, Dan
Weebly.com while at
Penn State. Mr. Veltri and
his web-publishing startup
are now valued at
$455 million (Onward
These are the kinds of
people that Penn State
wants to develop
because they not only
help our institution in the
long run, but also bring
value to the world. If the
Board acts quickly the
benefits of the
can begin to happen
within the next 3 years.
Research Behind Construction
Our proposal only works if the student body supports it. Our research validates our belief that the funding of
an entrepreneurship center will bring about the greatest amount of value to the Penn State community. We
decided to cater our proposal to business students and students with entrepreneurial desires. One of the first
places we sought help in formulating our proposal was the Innoblue Entrepreneurship club.
Innoblue at Penn State is a community of students dedicated to innovation and empowering aspiring
entrepreneurs. According to Innoblue’s Facebook page, there are over 400 members in the club. Using this
INNOBLUE STUDENTS THAT FIND CENTER BENEFICIAL
A vast majority of Innoblue entrepreneurs want an
information, we concluded that
members of this group would be a
target audience. We attended one of
Innoblue’s weekly meetings and had 17
students answer a four question survey.
The survey had questions that asked
students if a building on campus
dedicated to entrepreneurship could be
beneficial to Penn State/its students. As
shown to the right in Figure 4, there
was very positive feedback from the
Innoblue students regarding the benefits
of this building.
Furthermore, the survey asked if the
reader could see him/herself using such
a building. Of the 17 students surveyed,
16 said they could see themselves using
such a building or could maybe see
themselves using the building. With our sample size, we feel comfortable extrapolating the data to compare
to the greater Penn State student body. This leads us to conclude that the majority of the aspiring
entrepreneurs at Penn State would find a building dedicated to innovation and entrepreneurship beneficial to
themselves and/or the Penn State community.
Research Behind Construction Continued
Additionally, we decided that Smeal students could also find an entrepreneurship center beneficial. With
this idea, we conducted a survey of the students located in the business building. Out of the 55 students
surveyed, 53 were future/current Smeal students and 40 of those students said that yes or depending
on circumstances they are interested in entrepreneurship and starting their own businesses.
SMEAL STUDENTS THAT FIND CENTER BENEFICIAL
A majority of Smeal Students is in favor of the
Moreover, 36 students said that a building
on campus dedicated to entrepreneurship
could be beneficial, as show in Figure
5.Our research leads us to confidently
state a majority of aspiring
entrepreneurs/Smeal students at the
Pennsylvania State University would find a
building dedicated to entrepreneurship
and innovation beneficial to themselves
and/or the student body as a whole.
Following our research regarding potential interest in an entrepreneurship center, we surveyed students to
discover what features in the building would be most needed/utilized. Using the same pool of 72 students,
we asked what tools, resources, or equipment they would find useful in an entrepreneurship building. The
results are as followed in Figure 6:
Based off the data collected, we concluded that
computers and conference rooms are the most
essential resources. Soundproof rooms, recording
studios/film equipment, and a cafe must be included in
the center as well, each feature’s level of importance
indicated by that order.
Our research has indicated Penn State students’ desire
for and benefits of an entrepreneurship center on
campus. With the acceptance and want for this building,
we proceeded to analyze the costs of implementing our
According to student survey, computer labs
and conference rooms are a necessity.
The cost analysis section is a rough estimate of what was deemed appropriate to cover, given the scope
of this project. A full scale cost analysis of the entire construction process required too much detail for
this proposal to cover. The true cost ultimately lies with the construction company that carries out the
Preferred location of the entrepreneurship center indicated by red box.
IDEAL LOCATION FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTER
To begin, the entrepreneurship center needs to be located in an area that makes
sense. With that being said, the building should be constructed across from the
Smeal College of building on the open lot adjacent to the new law building. This is
the ideal location because of its proximity to the central location for all business
students. Not to mention, the center could easily be integrated into a CATA bus
route and make for easy access. Figure 7 below shows the ideal location for the
No construction company would go through with a cost estimate for a building that has not yet
been approved by the Board of Trustees. For that reason, the cost estimates made in this
proposal are based off the construction of the Smeal College of Business back in 2003.
Smeal gives us the ideal starting point for working through our cost estimate for the final
building. The business building itself has a lot of similarities to the entrepreneurship center
we are proposing. The plethora of computing equipment, conference rooms, small cafe
and general openness are all aspects we want to replicate in our entrepreneurship center.
The 4-story 210,000 square foot business building cost Penn State $68,000,000 dollars
back in 2003 (Office of Physical Plant). The building we are recommending does not need
the extravagance that is found within in Smeal. Given these numbers, we decided to scale
the cost of our proposal to the cost of Smeal. The following table provides a basic outline
of our costs.
Again, we recommend that the Board of Trustees merely use these numbers as a rough
estimate for the total cost of the project. Using the construction of Smeal, we believe these
numbers accurately represent the type of building discussed in our proposal.
SMEAL VS. ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTER
Being aspiring entrepreneurs ourselves, we have a vested desire to see
entrepreneurship become more prevalent in the Penn State community. From
first hand experiences we know that university officials can drastically help
the start-up scene by implementing this building. In the long run, Penn State
benefits from supporting entrepreneurship because of the increased prestige
and enhanced networking connections within its alumni base. Our university
has the opportunity to take the lead amongst Big 10 schools and create an
academic culture that values entrepreneurship. The changing dynamics of the
global economy is forcing entrepreneurs to innovate the solutions of
tomorrow. American society has always embraced the productive and can do
mentalities that entrepreneurs have. It is the duty of this educational
institution to foster the talented business minds of this generation and put
them in a position to succeed.
Through this proposal, you have seen the need for our university to aid the
Penn State start-up culture. It is imperative that Board of Trustees invests in
our students’ post-graduation success no matter the career path they choose.
The economic landscape has transformed and put entrepreneurship at the
forefront of future growth. It is the job of American universities to adapt to
these new circumstances and train its citizens for the economic realities that
Given our research and the value an entrepreneurship building could bring to
Penn State, we are hopeful that its construction is deemed necessary. We
now ask for a decision from the Board of Trustees to proceed with the
implementation of a new entrepreneurship center. Thank you.
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