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for Entrepreneurship & Innovation (at Darden). I.Lab Incubator. OpenGrounds. UVa Licensing
and Ventures Group. Social Entrepreneurship & the Research Hub for Collaborative Innovation.
Technology Entrepreneurship Program at the School of Engineering and Applied Science. Maker
Grounds @ UVA
NCSU Entrepreneurship Initiative. NCSU Engineering Entrepreneurs Program. Albright
Entrepreneurs Village. Office of Technology Commercialization and New Ventures.
New Venture Challenge: The New Venture Challenge (NVC) is CU Boulder’s cross-campus
entrepreneurship championship. It is an entrepreneurial flight simulator, giving everyone in the CU
Boulder community a chance to explore starting a business while learning about the process through
events, workshops, and mentors. Business Minor: In 2013 the Leeds School of Business launched
a 12-credit Business Minor so that all CU Boulder students could gain business fundamentals,
increasing their immediate impact as new hires. The Business Minor, comprised of entrepreneurship
courses available to all CU Boulder undergraduate students regardless of major, is now the largest
minor on campus, attracting students from over 60 majors across the university. Entrepreneurship
Seed Awards: Entrepreneurship Seed Awards provide support to faculty and staff members seeking
funding for projects involving entrepreneurship or a problem-solving mindset. Catalyze CU: Catalyze
CU is an 8-week, summer startup accelerator designed for CU students and faculty. Catalyze CU
combines world-class mentorship and equity free grants with the university’s most promising ideas
and technologies. Global Entrepreneurs In Residence: The Global Entrepreneurs in Residence (GEiR)
Program brings international entrepreneurial talent to the CU Boulder campus and community. GEiRs
work across the campus, mentoring students in a wide array of projects requiring an entrepreneurial
mindset. GEiRs guest lecture in classrooms, advise on entrepreneurial research, and provide
mentorship to CU community members developing their own startups.
NuTech Ventures, College of Business Administration, Nebraska Innovation Campus, Institute of
Agriculture and Natural Resources, Textiles and Merchandising and Fashion Design, Engineering, etc.
Office of Cooperative Research, Yale Entrepreneurial Institute, Center for Engineering Innovation and
Design (based at the School of Engineering), Center for Biomedical Innovation and Technology (based
at the School of Medicine), Center for Business and the Environment (based at the School of Forestry
and Environmental Studies), InnovateHealth Yale (based at the School of Public Health), and the
School of Management Program in Entrepreneurship
Programmatically, The Schulich School of Business has an entrepreneurship program. The Lassonde
School of Engineering offers the Bergeron Entrepreneurs in Science & Technology program. Under
the umbrella of the Office of the Vice-President Research and Innovation, Innovation York, launched
in 2010, provides a focal point for engagement for the York Community for industrial liaison, research
commercialization, and entrepreneurship. LaunchYU, a campus-wide initiative that supports early-
stage entrepreneurship and helps to accelerate start-up companies within the university and the
surrounding community, partners with community organizations like ventureLAB and the York
Entrepreneurship Development Institute [in the Schulich Executive Education Centre, a strategic
business unit of the Schulich School of Business]. The IP Osgoode Innovation Clinic is offered by the
Osgoode Hall Law School and assists start-up companies, entrepreneurs, and inventors with IP-related
business issues.
School of Business; Innovate Calgary; Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation; WC21
School of Business (includes eHub); Faculty of Engineering; TEC Edmonton; Faculty of Science;
National Institute of Nanotechnology; Faculty of Agricultural, Life, and Environmental Sciences
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