News and Articles About College Entrepreneurs
Student entrepreneur Michael Cauble on how school meet-ups helped him grow his startup.
ViaCycle set out to design a GPS-enabled, stationless bike-share system.
College campuses are rife with money-saving opportunities. Heres where to look.
When the tech wunderkind took his life after a prolonged legal battle, some wonder if MIT should have been more supportive.
Student entrepreneur Will Caldwell on the importance of perseverance when entering into the world of app making.
A young DJ mixes up a wireless sound solution with his startup EarTop.
Student entrepreneur David Donner Chait on the importance of acting fast when it comes to getting your creation out there.
An enterprising young trep capitalizes on a captive audience with toilet paper you can read.
Student entrepreneur Matthew Fishman on how he secured funding by building up his startup.
KegSkins banishes the biggest party foul -- warm beer.
Student entrepreneur Karim Abouelnaga on how to leverage college resources to land start-up capital.
Here's how two college buddies turned custom T-shirts into a piggy bank for nonprofits and themselves.
Student entrepreneur Franco Capurro on how he managed to attract a top-notch board of advisers.
College entrepreneur Cam Jacox on how he turned his setbacks into opportunities.
College entrepreneur Eric Muli shares how he managed to get the most out of his classes while still growing his business.
Joining forces with key individuals and organizations on campus can quickly accelerate your startup.
Student entrepreneur David D. Chait discusses the importance of leveraging like-minded people in your community.
If you think the U.S. app craze has hit overload, you're not the only one. Giant tech companies are now doubling down on student-app developers in the Middle East and Africa.
Student entrepreneur Lila Wilson found balance through courses that offered outside-the-classroom opportunities.
Two outspoken academic leaders offer opposing views on the relevance of a traditional business education.
James Hilton lived in an entrepreneurship community on campus when he launched his business. Here's how it helped him branch out.
Picked the wrong major? Young entrepreneurs like Austin Hackett of CrowdHall and Julie Sygiel of Underbrella are finding success outside their college degrees.
University of Oregon grad Abraham Choe wanted more university-branded goods. So he launched a business to make it happen.
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