Innovation / Entrepreneurship
Includes articles related to innovation and entrepreneurship at ASU.
Teachers College clinical instructor Christopher Smudde received the inaugural pre-service faculty award from the Arizona Technology in Education Association for pushing the envelope with technology in the classroom.
Arizona State University has received a grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration to launch a new initiative to support and advance women-led businesses.
TechShop is offering complimentary memberships at its Chandler location to ASU students for the fall 2014 semester.
For the fourth consecutive year, an ASU student is a finalist in Entrepreneur magazine’s annual competition.
The Brasília Sem Fronteiras program brings high potential students from Brazil to ASU for four weeks of global leadership training.
A new report cites a wide range of entrepreneurship activities at ASU, including the innovative approach to technology commercialization practiced by Arizona Technology Enterprises.
School of Sustainability class asks, “How can we accelerate the adoption and deployment of smart technologies to make our cities more sustainable?”
ASU has been named one of the top 50 colleges in the United States for aspiring entrepreneurs.
ASU alumnus Adam Kiefer developed a project that will help protect endangered mountain gorillas in one of the last four places they live on earth. The mapping project is one of 10 finalists in the Google Impact Challenge.
A new business venture based on technology developed by ASU biomedical engineers has earned support from Arizona's economic development agency and other entrepreneurship backers.