After losing a friend to suicide, Evin Jaff, a biomedical engineering major in the McKelvey School, developed a technology to help people in crisis.
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Arch Grants is looking for fall interns to help with upcoming programming around entrepreneurship in the St. Louis region.
The 3-day event is hosted by the Skandalaris Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship.
Michael P. Kramer, co-founder of Regavi, shares takeaways from this year’s Student Startup Madness.
Regavi is one of 32 student startup teams from across the U.S. who are headed to SXSW in March.
Engineers and scientists can forge their own path as innovators and entrepreneurs.
The internship is an intensive introduction to innovation and entrepreneurship in St. Louis.
The Holekamp Seed Fund, a $500,000 gift from Cliff Holekamp and his father Bill, will give up to twenty $1,000 grants a year to student startups.