The all-day community-building event focuses on empowering female and minority entrepreneurs.
The Center’s mission is to inspire and develop creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
LEAP offers experience, industry connections and funding to research teams with WashU IP.
Eighteen female and minority entrepreneurs pitch ideas in front of St. Louis business owners for chance to win cash prizes.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. recently awarded Washington University’s Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship a $100,000 planning grant as part of its Ascend 2020 Initiative. Ascend is designed to help minorities and women create and/or scale their businesses by applying a…
WashU women entrepreneurs came together to network, connect and share insights.
Three teams were awarded cash and in-kind prizes in the first SVC competition.
On April 10, 2019, the Skandalaris Center hosted its 2nd annual Skandy Awards.
On Mar 26, join innovation leader Tracie Wolfmeyer at the Skandalaric Center for dinner and a workshop on Design Thinking.