New entrepreneurial dual-degree program

New entrepreneurial dual-degree program

Illinois to launch a new dual-degree program in Innovation, Leadership and Engineering Entrepreneurship (ILEE), providing the skills needed to guide companies and projects, to start new ventures, and to be pioneers in any environment.

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Before coming to Illinois, Chase dropped out of the 9th grade, worked hard at a community college, and was accepted as
a transfer student. While getting married
with a baby son along the way. Chase is a guy who is up for a challenge.

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