Gary Palin lectures at Dublin Institute of Technology
Gary Palin, executive director of the Doherty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership and senior lecturer of entrepreneurship in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business, lectured to students at the Dublin Institute of Technology on Oct. 5 in Dublin, Ireland.
Eighty students attended the lecture, "Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship," in the New Venture Creation course taught by professor Tom Cooney, a lecturer of entrepreneurship at the Dublin Institute of Technology College of Business.
The Dublin Institute of Technology was established as an autonomous institution under the DIT Act in 1992, but its origins go back to 1887 and the establishment of technical education in Ireland. The Institute is a comprehensive higher education institution, fulfilling a national and international role in providing full-time and part-time programs across the whole spectrum of higher education, supported by research and scholarship in areas reflective of the Institute’s mission.