Stillman Honors Two Alumni Entrepreneurs
The Stillman School's Center for Entrepreneurial Studies held its fourth annual Hall of Fame dinner on September 23, 2009. The event honors and celebrates entrepreneurship throughout New Jersey. This year's Hall of Fame inductees are Bob Baldini '53 and Briand Fitzpatrick '75.
Watch the full video of the night's program on SHUTube
Bob Baldini, a 1953 graduate of the Stillman School of Business, is inducted into the Seton Hall University Entrepreneur Hall of Fame. Bob is the former president of Key Pharmaceuticals and former vice chairman of Kos Pharmaceuticals. In this video interview, Bob discusses his more than 50 years as a marketer in the pharmaceutical industry and capturing the entrepreneurial spirit.
Watch Bob Baldini's Interview
Brian Fitzpatrick, a 1975 graduate of the Stillman School of Business, is inducted into the Seton Hall University Entrepreneur Hall of Fame. Fitzpatrick is the president and CEO of Bentley Laboratories, LLC, located in Edison, NJ. In this video interview, Fitzpatrick discusses his many connections to Seton Hall, what's next for Bentley Labs, and the role family plays in the success of an entrepreneur.
Watch Brian Fitzpatrick's Interview
The Center for Entrepreneurial Studies at the Stillman School of Business was formed in 2003 through an endowment from Frank Scott '50, a New Jersey entrepreneur and alumnus, and his wife, Marilyn.
The Center was created to raise student awareness of self-employment as a career option and fosters the collaboration of faculty, students, alumni and entrepreneurs to engage in activities that advance hands-on entrepreneurial learning. The Center is integral to the Stillman School's mandate to prepare students for careers in the 21st century by acknowledging the growing importance of entrepreneurship in the U.S. and global economy.
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