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The Center for the Study of Free Enterprise, along side the Division of Academic Affairs at Western Carolina University welcomed Phil Drake, software pioneer, angel investor, community leader, and founder of Drake Enterprises, on April 24, 2019. Drake took the stage...
Free Enterprise Speaker Series presents "Race Inequality: A Discussion with Steve Ha and Samuel Myers on Race Neutrality." A discussion presented by Dr. Steve Ha, and Dr. Samuel Myers at Western Carolina University. Watch a livestream of the event below:
On Februrary 6, 2019, The Center for the Study of Free Enterprise hosted Jeff Percival of Percival Enterprises for a workshop on success. The event was cohosted with Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lambda chapter at WCU. Jeff Percival has spent the last...
On November 12, 2018, The Center for the Study of Free Enterprise is presented our third installment of the 2018-19 Free Enterprise Speaker Series, Bus Stop Jobs: A Film-screening and Discussion about Poverty and Economic Mobility in North Carolina. The public event...
On October 25, 2018, the Center for the Study of Free Enterprise presented our second installment of the 2018-19 Free Enterprise Speaker Series, Your Vote: Democracy in Decline. Presented by Professor Loren Lomasky, who considers himself a Churchillian democrat, this...
On October 22, 2018, the Center for the Study of Free Enterprise hosted Ken Langone. The event was held as part of the University Distinguished Speaker Series. For more information about the event, visit langone.wcu.edu
Free Enterprise Speaker Series presents "Social Entrepreneurship Without Borders." A discussion presented by Dr. Siri Terjesen at Western Carolina University. Downloads: m4a Audio format: Download Audio mp4 Video format: Download Video Play...
Free Enterprise Speaker Series presents “Federal Tax Reform: Good Enough? Far Enough? Fair Enough?” With discussion lead by four time NY Times Best Selling Author Amity Shlaes and Senior Economist Roy Cordato.
Dr. Benjamin Powell leads a discussion on "Immigration: A Case for Free Trade in Labor" at Western Carolina University's main campus.
Constitutional Attorney Robert A. Levy and constitutional Professor Todd Collins lead a discussion on “Wedding Cakes & The Supreme Court” and are challenged to address the question of religious freedom or discrimination.
Dr. Edward Lopez continues this seasons' discussion with an interview with EPIC Innovation, a student-professor collaboration group on the Western Carolina University campus known as Elevating Potential Imagination and Collaboration.
Dr. Edward Lopez continues this seasons' discussion with an interview of WCU Faculty Steve Ha & his guest Samuel Myers on their new book "Race Neutrality."
Dr. Edward Lopez continues this seasons' discussion with an interview of Jeff Percial of Percival Enterprises, and Lindsey Elias, President of Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lambda. They sit down to talk about Success.
Dr. Edward Lopez continues this seasons’ discussion with and interview of Dr. Craig Richardson, as they discuss poverty, economic mobility, and Richardson’s latest film: Bus Stop Jobs.
Dr. Edward Lopez sparks a new season of discussion with Dr. Siri Terjesen, as they discuss her global research and studies about people starting social enterprises.
Dr. Edward Lopez and Center research assistant Ann Bennett discuss interdisciplinary studies at Western Carolina University.
Dr. Edward Lopez hosts distinguished guests Amity Shlaes, four time NYT Bestseller, and Roy Cordato Senior Economist for the John Locke Foundation. Both parties discuss and share their views on the current state of tax reform.
Dr. Edward Lopez and graduate student Austin Brown, discuss the Post-Baccalaureate Fellowship Program at Western Carolina University.
Dr. Edward Lopez and Yue Hillon, professor of strategy and management at Western Carolina University discuss small and medium enterprises.
Dr. Edward Lopez and Dr. Benjamin Powell, professor and director of the Free Market Institute at Texas Tech University discuss immigration and its case for free trade in labor.