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Entrepreneurship Community of Practice -- Roshelly Paliza

Name: 
Roshelly Paliza
Address: 
500 W University Ave, El Paso, TX 79968
Latitude: 
31.7678473
Longitude: 
-106.5058402
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Entrepreneurship Community of Practice -- Felipa Solis

Name: 
Felipa Solis
Institution: 
El Paso Herald-Post Bio
Address: 
6557 N Mesa St, El Paso, TX 79912
Latitude: 
31.8330654
Longitude: 
-106.5396114
Brief Bio: 
Felipa is a graduate of the University of Texas at El Paso with a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts, and continues to volunteer with organizations throughout the community including the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, the Plaza Classic Film Festival and the El Paso Humane Society. Along with the El Paso Community Foundation, her family has established the Mickey Solis Scholarship Fund for students at Jefferson High School in honor of her late husband. She has been named the Humanitarian of the year by the League of United Latin American Citizens for 2014. Felipa Solis is also a voting member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association . Her love of the arts was instilled early on as her father, the late choreographer Antonio Triana took Felipa to soundstages while growing up in Hollywood, California. Her 24 year old son Gabriel, is a graduate Magna Cum Laude of Loyola University in Chicago. He is preparing to launch his studies for a Master’s Degree at the University of Texas at El Paso.
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Description

UTEP’s Entrepreneurship Community of Practice (ECoP) is composed of educators, practitioners, and innovators advancing entrepreneurship education, startup company formation, intellectual property management, and/or research. The ECoP works to track, unify, and promote entrepreneurship endeavors and resources on campus, such as courses, workshops, programming, and centers. The ECoP seeks to leverage the entrepreneurial capabilities in research, education, and commercialization and cross-promote resources.

Aspirations

The Entrepreneurship Community of Practice aspires to enrich educational experiences related to entrepreneurship and to more generally contribute to a regional culture of innovation. The ECoP will clearly articulate UTEP’s vision of entrepreneurship to connect local, national, and international industry and institutions with campus expertise. The UTEP Entrepreneurship Community of Practice aspires to: 1. Lead and Unify, Across the Community - Be the “One-Stop-Shop” for leadership, information, support, services, education and funding focused on Joint Research, Education, and Development in the arenas of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. 2. Furnish End-to-End, Persistent Infrastructure - Create, operate, and evolve a support infrastructure that guides and assists research faculty and students from end-to-end in ideation, through development, to commercialization of Intellectual Property, that results in new business creation, licensing opportunities, and enhanced follow-on research/funding opportunities. 3. Develop and Recommend Facilitating Policy - Embody its best practices and developments in written policy that is embrace, espoused, articulated, funded and developed by our President, her administration, and the campus at large, and 4. Inform and Advise form a position of unique Expertise - Inform the local Administration and campus community, local and regional business community, and ultimately the national governmental/business forum on finer aspects of Entrepreneurship and Innovation that are unique to the border region encompassed and influenced by the University.

KEYWORDS

  1. Commercialization
  2. Entrepreneurship
  3. Innovation

UTEP STRATEGIC AREAS

  1. Biotechnology & Nanotechnology
  2. Cross-cutting: Emerging Technologies
  3. Education for the 21st Century Demographic
  4. Global Enterprise and Border Studies

COMMUNITY MEMBERS

Cox, Marc
Member
Professor
Science - Biological Sciences
androgen, chaperone, Community Engaged Scholarship, community engagement, Community Partnerships, endocrine disruption, estrogen, faculty governance, heat shock protein, prostate cancer, steroid hormone receptor
Featured: Awards

Staff
Business Administration - Mike Loya Center for Innovation and Commerce
Business Planing, Entrepreneurship, Finance, I-Corps., innovation, International Relations, IT

Professor
Engineering - Engineering Education and Leadership
Computational biomechanics, Development of Low Cost Prosthetic Devices, Engineering Education, Musculobiomechanics
Featured: Awards

Professor
Science - Biological Sciences
Central nervous system, neuroscience, Sympathetic nervous system, Sympathoimmune
Featured: Awards

Assistant Professor of Instruction
Liberal Arts - Music
19th-century Music, 20th-century music, Alexander Scriabin, Early Music, entrepreneur, Entrepreneurship, Musical Modernism, Russian Music

MEMBERS FROM PARTNER INSTITUTIONS

Paliza, Roshelly  (View)
The University of Texas at El Paso
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Solis, Felipa  (View)
El Paso Herald-Post Bio
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