Robert Rosenberg, '97 (XP-66), is the director of entrepreneurship programs in the Polsky Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation and adjunct associate professor of entrepreneurship. He has served in a variety of senior administrative roles at the University of Chicago, most recently associate vice president for marketing strategy and associate vice president for research. Bob came to the University in 1989 as director of industrial relations and technology at the University of Chicago Medical Center.
Bob was a founder of the Illinois Biotechnology Industry Organization and the Midwest Research University Network. He is a director of Illinois' Technology Development Fund, a board member of Manufacturing Renaissance, and a co-chair of Hyde Park Angels Healthcare Ambassador Circle.
Bob earned a bachelor's degree (magna,/i>) in English from Harvard University, a master's degree in English literature from Tufts University, and an MBA from the University of Chicago. Although he joined the faculty in 2008, he has been lecturing at Chicago Booth since 2000.
2013 - 2014 Course Schedule
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