WashU senior Peter Delaney, co-founder of Bear Studios, discusses the process of student entrepreneurship from inception to launch and beyond.
ArchHacks, a hackathon hosted by Washington University in St. Louis, took place from October 27-29. The hackathon, centered on the theme HealthTech, attracted over 350 students from across North America who are passionate about technology and design. With access to resources provided…
Bear Studios partners with collaborative working space Tech Artista.
The Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship offers various recognitions for undergraduate, graduate, and PhD students.
On October 23rd, GIA finalists will compete for $50,000.
Colton Calandrella (BSBA’17) offers leadership advice for WashU undergraduates looking to gain experience through the Center for Experiential Learning.
October 8 is the deadline to apply for ArchHacks, Washington University’s hackathon taking place October 27th-29th.
Entrepreneurial happenings in and around Washington University and St. Louis the week of 9/3/17.
It’s no secret that starting a business isn’t easy. Add that to being an undergrad and the mix gets even more difficult. Yet, somehow, student-run businesses seem surprisingly common at WashU.