The Olin alumnus is streamlining the way veterans match their skills with employers.
This is the second year in a row Olin has snagged the top spot.
SEI Lab has been awarded a $200,000 grant to explore and document how entrepreneurship affects equity and mobility.
Opendoor, cofounded by WashU alum JD Ross, will gain a $1 billion infusion in an acquisition that values the company at nearly $5 billion.
WashU alum Atima Lui (BSBA ’12) discusses how her Olin experience informed her leadership style as founder and CEO of Nudest, a cosmetics company that uses AI to provide products to people of all skin tones.
Washington University in St. Louis provides a robust array of resources for innovators and entrepreneurs, from training to funding, mentorship, and real-world experience. Learn more in our Resource Spotlight series.
Olin’s BIG IdeaBounce® is a WashU campus-wide 2-minute-video elevator pitch contest open to all students.
WashU Olin Business School placed first in the world for its MBA entrepreneurship program, according to leading business magazine, Inc.
She Leads is a two-day conference held Oct. 24-25 in St. Louis, Missouri by the Olin Fellowship for the women of Washington University in St. Louis.