Innovator Spotlight: Haley Marie Keith
Haley Marie Keith of MITO Material Solutions found that a strong network helped her team wade through the unknown of starting a new venture.
Is it Time to Breakup With Your Venture?
All innovators and entrepreneurs face crucial moments when they have to decide if it’s time to breakup with their venture.
Faculty Spotlight: Nathalie Duval-Couetil
Nathalie Duval-Couetil launched Purdue University’s undergraduate entrepreneurship program, which includes entrepreneurship capstone, global entrepreneurship, and women and leadership courses and initiatives.
Activities for Teaching Innovation: Game-Based Learning in the Classroom
Game-based learning is an excellent way to boost student engagement, and an opportunity to introduce difficult course content or teach new skills.
Big Ideas in Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Emerging Trends to Watch in 2018
We identified five big ideas in innovation and entrepreneurship taking shape in the coming year.
Faculty Favorites: 10 Innovation and Entrepreneurship Resources
Our faculty grantees selected their favorite innovation and entrepreneurship resources, from entrepreneurial mindset to the latest trends in innovation.
2017: A Year of Positive Impact
The VentureWell 2017 Year in Review highlights our most exciting and impactful year to date.
8 Class Activities to Stimulate Inventor Entrepreneurs
Inventor entrepreneurs are benefitting from cutting-edge I&E classroom exercises used by VentureWell’s Faculty Grant recipients.
Going to Scale: The Future of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education
Entrepreneurship education enables student innovators to turn societal challenges into opportunities for economically scalable solutions.
Inspire, Engage, Transform: A Photo Essay Celebrating OPEN 2017
Post-it notes and business cards were flying at VentureWell’s Open 2017. Read the photo essay highlighting the engaging and inspiring conference.
Faculty Spotlight: Pritpal Singh
Pritpal Singh from Villanova University uses entrepreneurship to address social issues.
Innovating How We Support Early Stage Student Innovators
In the spring of 2015, faculty at University of Virginia noticed that very few student entrepreneurial projects actually continued beyond the formal programs. Here’s how they changed that.
Three Ways Cash-strapped Faculty Can Integrate Entrepreneurship Education on Campus
Years ago, Alizabeth Sanchez and Sandra Pedraza knew that innovation and entrepreneurship could play a role in Puerto Rico’s emergence from economic crisis. But where to start?
Failures, Flops, and Frustrations: Learning from Our Mistakes
The more new things we try, the greater the probability of experiencing failures. Mike Lehman from Lehigh University talks about learning from them.
Applying Lean Startup Methodology in Developing Countries
Lean startup is becoming a pervasive part of entrepreneurial communities, but hasn’t been applied extensively to social innovation for developing economies. Why not?