Manel Camps appointed faculty director of UCSC Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurial Development

Manel Camps (photo by Carolyn Lagattuta)

September 14, 2021 | Tim Stephens | UCSC

UC Santa Cruz has appointed Manel Camps, professor of microbiology and environmental toxicology and provost of Crown College, to serve as the director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurial Development (CIED). Marco Rolandi, who had been appointed as director earlier this year, withdrew due to extenuating circumstances.

CIED promotes the development, research, and teaching of innovation and entrepreneurship at UC Santa Cruz and its partners. The center works with faculty, students, and the Santa Cruz community to support technological innovation and entrepreneurship through a variety of programs and activities.

Camps said he looks forward to building a dynamic and sustainable entrepreneurship community on campus, working closely with the assistant vice chancellor for innovation and business engagement to integrate entrepreneurship programs across the campus through the new Innovation and Business Engagement Hub.

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