A successful entrepreneur who has led thriving public health focused businesses, Steensma joined the Brown School as a visiting professor in the fall of 2013 and received an appointment to the position of Professor of Practice, Public Health and Social Entrepreneurship, in fall of 2014. Previously he served as a professor at the Keith Busse School of Business and Entrepreneurial Leadership and in the graduate program in Environmental Science at the University of Saint Francis in Fort Wayne, Ind., where he has also served as the Director of Entrepreneurship Programs.
Cultural education through tourism. An app for assisting physical therapy patients. A self-care subscription box. These are a few of the business concepts being launched during this semester’s social entrepreneurship class at the Brown School at Washington University in St. Louis.
Each year millions of birds swarm to the Illinois River Flyway. Some pass through on their way to breeding or wintering grounds, while others stay for a season, or even year round. With over 360 species reported, 150 breeding species, and many accessible properties and habitats, the Illinois River Flyway is one of the premier […]
The purpose of this guide is to help the user find birds on Andros Island and find the habitats that are ideal for certain species of birds. This book describes in detail the best places to find approximately 150 of the most common and/or most interesting birds found on the island. It is a ‘must […]