Forbes recently named Colorado’s two biggest universities among the top 50 most entrepreneurial universities of 2014.
The University of Colorado Boulder, which received a $4 million grant from Blackstone Group to build an entrepreneurs network for the state, landed at No. 19; Colorado State University in Fort Collins just made the cut at No. 49.
Forbes ranked the nation’s most entrepreneurial research universities based on their entrepreneurial ratios – the number of alumni and students who have identified themselves as founders and business owners on LinkedIn against the school’s total student body (undergraduate and graduate combined).
For the second time, Stanford University topped the list and California’s schools filled more than half of this year’s top 10 spots.
See the entire list of the nation’s top 50 most entrepreneurial schools at http://www.forbes.com/sites/liyanchen/2014/07/30/startup-schools-americas-most-entrepreneurial-universities/.
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