Correspondence, budgets, prospectuses, proposals, photographs, contact sheets, and clippings related to the Center for Innovation
and Entrepreneurial Development at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Also included is a congressional hearing on The
Stevenson-Wydler Technology Innovation Act of 1980.
The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurial Development (CIED) was founded in 1979 at the University of California, Santa
Cruz by scientist and business professional Narinder Kapany, and UCSC Professor of Physics Bruce Rosenblum. Designed to develop
entrepreneurial skills in students interested in careers in business and technology, the center offered several courses, seminars,
workshops, and conferences in business, finance, technology, and science-related topics. It was directed by Kapany until it
ceased operation in approximately 1985.
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