How To Connect Design Students to Sustainability
Course & Program grantee Mateo Neri offers advice for faculty seeking ways to integrate sustainable principles into their courses.
disrupting the cycle of food insecurity and climate crisis: celebrating student and faculty innovation
In honor of World Food Day, we spoke with two members of our community about their work at the intersection of climate change and food insecurity.
the role universities play in startup ecosystem development
We explore the role universities play in regional ecosystem development, and how they can help level the playing field for all entrepreneurs.
Bioengineering Capstone Programs: 5 Ways to Maximize Impact
Bioengineering capstone programs help prepare students for real-world challenges in a way that is different from any traditional lab course.
Intensive Design Experience: Preparing Engineering Students for the Real World
An intensive design experience simulates a high-performance team situation to show students what it takes to succeed in the workforce or as an entrepreneur.
Faculty Spotlight: Rodney Boehm
Rodney Boehm applies his technical and business experience to help students at Texas A&M University commercialize their innovations.
Faculty Spotlight: Agostinho Almeida
Agostinho Almeida teaches biology students on how to take their research from the lab and into the market.
Overcoming Institutional Barriers to Entrepreneurship Education
An interdisciplinary team of educators at Penn State share ways to overcome institutional barriers to entrepreneurship education.
Faculty Spotlight: Jed Taylor
Learn how Jed Taylor applied his I-Corps™ training to entrepreneurship education.
Faculty Spotlight: Pritpal Singh
Pritpal Singh from Villanova University uses entrepreneurship to address social issues.
Faculty Spotlight: Joe Tranquillo
Joe Tranquillo incorporated entrepreneurship training to the Biomedical Engineering program at Bucknell University.
The VentureWell List: 2016
2016 was a banner year at VentureWell, and 2017 is shaping up to be even more exciting. Here’s a quick summary of how we helped grow innovation and entrepreneurship in 2016.
Faculty Spotlight: Magda Lagoudas
Magda Lagoudas developed programs and courses to promote multidisciplinary collaborations among undergraduates at Texas A&M University.
So What Exactly Is Entrepreneurship, Anyway?
It can be hard to get other faculty and administrators to share your vision and passion for entrepreneurship. This exercise can help.
Four Themes Shaping Innovation & Entrepreneurship Education
I&E education is prospering as a field, but what are the next steps? Here are four areas of focus that will get us to where we want to go.