The Skandalaris Center announces winners of the Skandalaris Venture Competition and the Global Impact Awards.
McKelvey talks to Chief Executive about the economic fallout from the pandemic and the importance of the “innovation stack.
WashU innovators and entrepreneurs are doing what they can to help and serve those directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many K-12 schools have closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. More closings are sure to come. In response, Varsity Tutors, founded by Washington University in St. Louis alum Chuck Cohn, has launched a new service called Virtual School Day.
Impact includes $40.7 million in state and local net new taxes generated from within Cortex’s boundaries.
Olin’s BIG IdeaBounce® is a WashU campus-wide 2-minute-video elevator pitch contest open to all students.
Washington University alum Sam Coster (BS ’12) received some love from The Riverfront Times recently for his game studio Butterscotch Shenanigans.
The Skandalaris Center’s new Entrepreneurial Fellowship program offers undergrads an opportunity to customize their entrepreneurial internship.
In Poets & Quants, Nathan Allen wrote about how Washington University in St. Louis built an entrepreneurial powerhouse, on campus and in the region.