Stillman School of Business

Seton Hall University hosts two Student Entrepreneurship Clubs – Both are open to all undergraduate and graduate students at the University.

SHU Chapter of Epsilon Nu Tau - The nation’s first co-ed, collegiate entrepreneurship fraternity. ENT is committed to creating a global community of entrepreneurial spirited individuals, advancing the ideals of professionalism and entrepreneurship and promoting the art and science of salesmanship. ENT was founded in 2008 at the University of Dayton and currently has seven chapters nationwide. SHU is home to the Delta chapter, which is also the Northeast hub for ENT. Students hold annual conferences with other chapters at different universities, host speakers, and run various events. The SHU chapter will host ENT’s national convention in April 2014. For general information, see http://epsilonnutau.org
President
: Nicholas R. Pacitti; Officers: Matthew DiPaula and Oliver Flores
For information on the SHU chapter, contact Faculty Advisor, Center Director Susan Scherreik at scherrsu@shu.edu

Founders Nicole Wallace, Juliet Payseur, Martha Rooney, Francesca Laraque, and Megan Peason induct their first pledge class on February 21st, 2011.
Founders

Epsilon Nu Tau Fraternity held the first ENT National Convention at the University of Dayton on November 14, 2010. Brothers from ENT chapters across America traveled to Dayton, Ohio for some great entrepreneurial collaboration. Members participated in team building sessions, social events, an elevator pitch competition, and a marketing contest designed around the unique, high-growth BBQ franchise, OinkADoodleMoo.
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SHU Entrepreneurship Club - This is a Student Government Association approved organization. Its main function is to serve as a resource for students interested in entrepreneurship.The Club meets bi-weekly in the Entrepreneurship Center in room 528 on hte fifth floor of Jubilee Hall. The Club hosts guest speakers on a regular basis.
Co-Presidents: Dan Halek and Selene Presseller; Treasurer: Earlene Cruz. Faculty Advisor: Center Director Susan Scherreik.

For more information, contact Center Director Susan Scherreik at scherrsu@shu.edu.

A subgroup of the Entrepreneurship Club is SIFE, (Students in Free Enterprise), an international service organization. SIFE works with leaders in business and higher education to mobilize university students to make a difference in their communities while developing the skills to become socially responsible business leaders. Participating students form teams on their campuses and apply business concepts to develop outreach projects that improve the quality of life and standard of living for people in need. An annual series of regional and national competitions provide a forum for teams to present the results of projects, and to be evaluated by business leaders who serve as judges. The SHU SIFE Chapter plans to participate in the New York City regional competition in Spring 2012. In Spring 2011, the SHU SIFE team won the regional “Rookie of the Year” award. SIFE President: Kimberly Camperlino. Faculty Advisor: Prof McCrea.


The 2011 U.S. Regional SIFE Competition was held in New York City April 4 2011. Seven Stillman students and members of Epsilon Nu Tau formed one of the several SIFE teams from schools across the Northeast who gathered to present their projects. The team, consisting of Nicole Wallace, Juliet Payseur, Nick Fania, Francesca Laraque, Johanna Ferreira, Kimberly Camperlino, and Bill Leahy went on to win the Rookie of the Year Award.
SIFE


The first annual Pirate’s Pitch Day, sponsored by Epsilon Nu Tau, was held on May 1, 2011. Seton Hall University’s new Venture Fund Competition, Pirate’s Pitch encourages both undergraduate and graduate students from every discipline to submit innovative ideas for launching a new business.
Pirates Pitch

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Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
(973) 275-2251
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