Nicolaus Wolfrum, seeking work that allows him to focus on his studies and prepare for the future as a mechanical engineer, opened his own eBay store to sell used and re-manufactured automotive inventory.
The amazing Specdrums rings are just one of eight innovative companies selected to participate in the university's eight-week startup accelerator program, driving the "most promising ideas and technologies" on campus.
Vice Chancellor for Research & Innovation (RIO) Terri Fiez named Phil Weiser as faculty director of CU Boulder's Innovation and Entrepreneurship initiative. Weiser most recently served as dean of the Law School from 2011 to 2016.
For anyone who has lost a backpack or purse, Lang Mei feels your pain. After a thief stole his backpack from a coffee shop in Paris last year, the business administration senior began thinking about how to prevent that from happening again.
A CU Boulder alumnus, who went from humble beginnings to great career success, has pledged a commitment to the Leeds School in support of innovation, entrepreneurship and more opportunities for the next generation of global business leaders.
CU Boulder has received a $1.1 million grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to develop next-generation vaccines that require no refrigeration and defend against infectious diseases with just one shot.
If you want to set a meeting with Nigel Sharp to get entrepreneurship advice, he’s best approached with an invite for tea – his beverage of choice – versus coffee. He along with Hector Rodriguez and Julien Denaes are the first cohort of entreprenurial experts in CU-Boulder's Global Entrepreneurs in Residence program.