A new study shows that outreach to women faculty has led to an increase in engagement with OTM by women inventors.
Sharing With a Purpose (SWAP) is a student-owned and operated WashU business run through the Skandalaris Center’s StEP Program.
Entrepreneur Jolijit Tamanaha (AB‘15) used the failure of her second company as a springboard for success.
The Women in Innovation & Technology (WIT) Symposium educates female faculty and post-docs about the tech transfer process and provides opportunities for network growth.
Ramani and Silva will foster entrepreneurship among other Washington University faculty.
OTM’s Women in Innovation and Technology symposium will take place Feb. 27.
Setton talks about her role as chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering in the School of Engineering & Applied Sciences and the entrepreneurial climate at university.
These three designers’ entrepreneurial journey began at WashU — although they didn’t know it yet.
Alumna Lingyu Zhou, founder of Panda Town, an internet financing platform with nearly 1M registered users, has been awarded a 2019 Schwarzman Scholarship.