Belmont students from any major can start their own businesses with financial help from the university’s Center for Entrepreneurship. For the bold, it is a business hatchery program. More cautious entrepreneurs can apply for jobs managing businesses already established through university-student partnerships like the design studio. “We want to give all of our students a chance to experience entrepreneurship first hand,” said Jeff Cornwall, [director of the program]. – From a story in today’s Nashville City Paper which looks at transitions ahead for three student-operated businesses – Boulevard Design Studio, Reverb and Feedback – created with the help of Belmont’s Center for Entrepreneurship. See also, Dr. Cornwall’s related comments on his blog, The Entrepreneurial Mind.