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.
Here are some ways new students can get involved in the Skandalaris Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
In the 2018 Global Impact Award competition, seven startups are vying for the $50,000 grand prize.
Leadership in Entrepreneurial Acceleration Program rewards six WashU research teams
The Skandalaris Center for Interdisciplinary Innovation and Entrepreneurship welcomed its largest class of interns on June 1.
Sharing With a Purpose (SWAP) is a student-owned and operated WashU business run through the Skandalaris Center’s StEP Program.
Washington University students from different academic disciplines work together to develop prototype garments for elite athletes with disabilities.
Student teams from universities around the U.S. will present novel tech solutions for addressing unmet needs in healthcare delivery and clinical medicine.
The Social Entrepreneurship and Innovation Lab at Washington University in St. Louis, partnering with the Brown School and Skandalaris Center, aims to create a culture of impact-focused entrepreneurship in order to spark new ways of approaching complex social problems. The Lab connects WashU…