Student aid for start-ups, bank on the Web
Remember wanting to get out of school and make money? If money's still your goal, it may be time to return to academia, where a growing number of business schools are giving new meaning to the term "student aid."
"Professors at many schools are becoming involved as advisors or investors to help launch student business ventures," observes Jerry White, director of the Caruth Institute at the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
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