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.
Van Bergen’s nonprofit organization, Nest, supports handworker businesses worldwide.
LFR International was recognized for improving emergency medical response to traffic accidents in resource-limited countries.
WashU sophomores Drake Shafer and Justin Reiling are founders of the upscale retail store Gallery 314.
The $50,000 award is granted to Washington University-affiliated ventures that are catalysts for social change.
SEI Lab has been awarded a $200,000 grant to explore and document how entrepreneurship affects equity and mobility.