This website (and blog) is dedicated to the research and related activities of David Joshua Miller. Miller’s concepts, Campus Entrepreneurship, explores the campus as frontier for innovation and entrepreneurship.
This site, and the research and teaching behind it, investigates student entrepreneurs,entrepreneurship education, university structures and institutions supporting entrepreneurship, markets created on or inspired by universities, technology transfer and commercialization policies across higher education.
You can read an overview of my theory of the campus as its own, innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem via SSRN. “The Campus as Entrepreneurial Ecosystem: The University of Chicago”
Miller serves as Executive Director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at George Mason University’s School of Business and also as Director of Campus Entrepreneurship at George Mason University.
In addition to a PhD from Mason — check out the dissertation — Campus as Frontier: High Growth Student Startups as US Colleges and Universities, I hold an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, an MSc from the University of London (SOAS), and a BA from the University of Michigan.
From 2008-2011, I served as CEO of Family Fantasy Sports. Previously I was the Co-Founder/COO of Creative Class Strategies, a global think tank; in the past I have held positions with CSIS, RollingStone.com (Tunes.com/Emusic.com), Machineweb.com, & Studley Inc. I live in Montgomery County, Maryland and have lived in London, Chicago, Osaka, and San Francisco.
Thank you for coming by, please contact us with any and all questions and thoughts.
David J. Miller
dmillerq/@/gmu.edu or campusentrepreneurship/@/gmail.com