Setton talks about her role as chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering in the School of Engineering & Applied Sciences and the entrepreneurial climate at university.
Columnist Dustin McKissen writes in VentureBeat on the virtues of starting up in the heartland.
As part of its strategic plan, Olin Business School is committing to infuse entrepreneurship into every aspect of the business education. Dean Mark Taylor wants to make his message clear: “Every business student today must understand how to think like an entrepreneur.”…
These three designers’ entrepreneurial journey began at WashU — although they didn’t know it yet.
Two WashU engineering students share timelines of their experience at ArchHacks 2017.
How civic commitment and long-term strategy led to the St. Louis region’s rise as a bioscience powerhouse.
Join SWAP and learn how to make gift boxes using 100% sustainable materials! WashU student startup SWAP (Sharing with a Purpose) is hosting a skillshare on sustainable gifting and wrapping Friday, Dec. 8, 3 – 6:00 p.m. at the Trading Post, 6515 Wydown Blvd.…
In November, Skandalaris Center hosted Creator’s Gallery, an interdisciplinary exhibition highlighting creativity at WashU.
In the past 10 years, WashU grads have started 178 companies and raised nearly $354M in funding.