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January 25, 2013
Dr. Terry S. Maness, dean of Hankamer, and Dr. Truell Hyde, vice provost for research, named Dr. Greg Leman as director of Baylor's IBA in September.
Since coming to Baylor in 2005, Leman has held the positions of clinical professor, director of University Entrepreneurial Initiatives and The Curtis Hankamer Chair in Entrepreneurship.
"Greg's successful business background coupled with his entrepreneurial expertise and global vision makes him the ideal person to lead the IBA," Maness said.
Leman is the founding director of Baylor's Technology Entrepreneurship Initiative (TEI), which offers courses in technology entrepreneurship for engineering and business students, followed by a real-world consulting engagement in the U.S. or the i5 program in China. He has worked with faculty teams from across disciplines within Baylor's business, engineering, arts, sciences and law. He also has collaborated with a board of advisors to develop programs and courses centered on commercializing technology.
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