Offered through the Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the St. Louis Entrepreneurial Fellowship offers WashU undergraduate students a chance to explore entrepreneurship at WashU and in St. Louis.
A startup co-founded by 4 WashU law students is planning their next steps after notching two wins at the Global Legal Hackathon.
Taub founded jewelry company Aelxis Jae with a mission to help end breast cancer.
GiftAMeal, a startup co-founded by a WashU alum, uses social media to fight food insecurity.
GiftAMeal is a free meal donation app that is tackling hunger with photos of food.
The 2021 Global Impact Award Finalists participate in a Q&A with WashU’s Skandalaris Center.
WashU entrepreneurship professor Doug Villhard shares his tips for a successful startup.
TheSkandalaris Center recently presented a webinar featuring female alums who are groundbreakers in their fields.
Takeaways from Skandalaris Center webinar for Women in STEM.