Washington University junior Ayana Klein, founder of edtech startup 3DuxDesign, shares her journey as a student entrepreneur and how her time at WashU has been crucial to her growth and success.
The Skandalaris Center announces winners of the Skandalaris Venture Competition and the Global Impact Awards.
WashU innovators and entrepreneurs are doing what they can to help and serve those directly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Skandalaris Center’s new Entrepreneurial Fellowship program offers undergrads an opportunity to customize their entrepreneurial internship.
The deadline to apply for the Skandalaris Center’s Summer 2020 Internship Program is Feb 9. The program offers entrepreneurial internships to all undergraduate students regardless of major.
Erica Barnell, an MD/PhD candidate at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, has been named to Forbes 30 Under 30 in the Healthcare category.
After losing a friend to suicide, Evin Jaff, a biomedical engineering major in the McKelvey School, developed a technology to help people in crisis.
Holiday shopping for that special someone? We’ve got you. Look no further than these fantastic WashU student- and alum-founded companies for that perfect gift.
Arch Grants is looking for fall interns to help with upcoming programming around entrepreneurship in the St. Louis region.