The John M. Morrison Center for Entrepreneurship will host the Entre Café speaker series again this spring. This series for MBA and undergraduate students was launched during the fall semester and was well received by students.

The café offers an environment that is more relaxed and intimate than a typical classroom or guest lecture series. Food and beverages will be served.

For each presentation, Mark Mckasy, a Day MBA student, will moderate a dialogue between audience members and a featured entrepreneur on a select topic. All programs will be held from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays.

Katherine Gray, Ph.D., founder and president of SAGE Health Management Solutions Inc., will discuss “Obtaining Growth Capital and Venture Funding” at the first café Wednesday, Feb. 9, in Room 450, Minneapolis campus.

This series is open to St. Thomas students, faculty and staff. For more information about the café, contact the center at (651) 962-4400 or e-mail entrep@stthomas.edu.