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Peer mentors are a student directed mentoring program. Mentors are students who are more experienced, who “know the ropes” across campus and who are in a position to guide, advise and assist less experienced student mentees who are newer to UTD. Mentees look to mentors to provide advice on academic issues related to their major, advice on student life issues, student organizations and activities. For the mentee, mentors serve as a trusted advisor and a confidant. Please email [email protected] if you are interested in contacting one of our mentors or learning more about the program.
This article discusses the role of the venture capitalists and angel investors in incubating new ventures and shaping the destinies of economies. The key theme in this article is that venture capitalists are crucial to the processes of creative destruction that are inherent to capitalism.