A ‘choose your own’ entrepreneurial adventure

A ‘choose your own’ entrepreneurial adventure

A new fellowship for Washington University undergraduates further deepens the university’s commitment to educating and preparing the next generation of entrepreneurs. The program, offered by the Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship, will directly connect students to, and immerse them in, the St. Louis startup scene.
Grant expands support for minority, women-owned startups

Grant expands support for minority, women-owned startups

JPMorgan Chase & Co. recently awarded Washington University’s Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship a $100,000 planning grant as part of its Ascend 2020 Initiative.

From the Hatchery … to reality​​​​​​

Washington University in St. Louis startups are having an impact on the St. Louis community. A new research project from the Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship shows just how much the university, through an innovative course called The Hatchery, has helped foster entrepreneurship and innovation on campus, in St. Louis and beyond.

Arch Grants awards first $750,000 in grants

Eleven Washington University in St. Louis-affiliated entrepreneurs are among the winners of $750,000 in inaugural grants from Arch Grants, the global business plan competition providing $50,000 grants to startups and taking no equity in return. The 11 WUSTL-affiliated winners comprise five alumni, four faculty members and two students.

2004 Olin Cup Entrepreneurship Competition kicks off April 1 at Olin School of Business

Washington University in St. Louis will launch its 2004 Olin Cup Entrepreneurship Competition with kickoff events on April 1 and April 13 on the Washington University Hilltop and Medical campuses. The Olin Cup Kickoff events are free and open to the public. Washington University’s Skandalaris Entrepreneurship Program sponsors the Olin Cup Competition, that later this year will award a total of $70,000 in seed investment to the winners. Throughout the year, the Competition will hold over 50 workshops and other events, to promote learning, collaboration, and team formation. The events contribute to the goal of the Competition, to support the creation of new ventures.
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