From May 13-17, CU Boulder faculty, staff and alumni discussed progress made across the campus innovation ecosystem as well as ways for community members to engage with CU while benefitting their own ventures.
More than 50 students from across the CU Boulder campus, including a number of military veterans, put on their professional best this week to talk about an important issue: the new reality of national security.
Our "Students and Startups" podcast miniseries just launched seven new episodes, featuring interviews with CU Boulder student founders, alumni founders, and Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative staff.
CU Boulder's designing for defense class provides Department of Defense leaders with the opportunity to collaborate with talented student teams at CU and develop innovative solutions to their most pressing national security problems. The 53-person class, presented their projects to 12 judges, including retired major generals and executives from defense companies.
Nearly two years ago, Liz Kashinski (’19) had just wrapped up her first year at the University of Colorado Law School when she got an opportunity to step out of studying doctrinal law and step into the world of entrepreneurship and collaborative problem solving, ultimately helping to create a new way to decrease isolation for older adults.
Once again, CU Boulder is participating as the University Track sponsor at Boulder Startup Week (BSW) from May 13-17. There will be six University Track sessions featuring CU Boulder faculty, staff, and alumni.