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Eric Arseneau

Associate Professor of Professional Practice
Entrepreneurship and Innovation Department


Dr. Arseneau teaches courses on the topics of creativity, technology, and business development. He specializes in the area of software prototyping and early-stage product development. He is passionate about using technology, such as generative AI, to tackle challenging problems and foster innovation. He has extensive experience mentoring startups, from service-based businesses to innovative software companies. His professional experience includes roles as a financial analyst and his own entrepreneurial efforts developing web applications. Before starting at TCU, Dr. Arseneau helped establish and grow various academic programs at Florida Gulf Coast University. His commitment to fostering entrepreneurial education and research is further demonstrated through his scholarly contributions in book chapters, conferences, and peer-reviewed journals.


  • PhD, Oklahoma State University
  • MBA, Eastern Illinois University
  • BS, Eastern Illinois University

Selected Publications

  • Ramsey, J., Rutti, R., Arseneau, E., Srivastava, S., Knoche, T. (2023). Exploring the Impact of Entrepreneurial Alertness and Cultural Intelligence on Creative Self-Efficacy: A Global Perspective. Asia Pacific Journal of Management, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10490-023-09939-9
  • Manegold, J., Schaffer, B., Arseneau, E., Kauanui, S. (2019). Social Innovation and Poster Presentations: Service-Learning for Business Students in a Team-Based Course. Journal of Education for Business, DOI: 10.1080/08832323.2019.1680519
  • Arseneau, E., Schaffer, B., Randall, C., Kauanui, S. (2017). Entrepreneurship in the General Education Curriculum: Ready or not? Global Journal of Entrepreneurship, 1(1), 24-42.