Individual and Immersive Learning Opportunities in Business Under the leadership of Dr. Karl Dakin, the Sullivan Chair is launching a series of programs intended to teach Regis University students about and how to be entrepreneurs. These programs are tailored to provide individual and immersive learning opportunities through engagement in a variety of business activities: Starting new businesses (micro, small, cooperatives, innovation) Solving community problems Improving governance (local, state, federal) Education will complement and supplement classroom instruction in business, government and leadership by teaching students about business by starting and running businesses. Responding with solutions to the condition of today’s economy and the diminishing role of government, the Sullivan Chair will employ ‘free enterprise’, mission-based approaches to meet the needs of customers, communities and the world. Work is underway to design, stage and start a series of businesses and enable a series of community impact investments. Individual projects will be selected based upon their value as learning experiences to Regis University students and their contribution to the community in which they are first operated. Using a franchise model, each project will be built for replication in a large number of communities around the world.