Innovation / Entrepreneurship
Includes articles related to innovation and entrepreneurship at ASU.
Arizona State University President Michael Crow led an ASU delegation on a mission to Mexico City, May 19-21, to continue developing strategic relations with Mexican higher education institutions, federal agencies and international agencies.
Mitzi Montoya, dean of Entrepreneurship & Innovation at Arizona State University, explains why entrepreneurship and formal education can, and should, co-exist.
The eEcosphere app, developed by an Arizona State University alumnus, matches millennials with personally tailored ideas and quality local resources to build a more sustainable lifestyle.
Field testing demonstrates that Bosse Tools’ ergonomically designed shovels require significantly less muscle effort than traditional shovels.
The ASU Startup Accelerator is now accepting applications for its next cohort.
Inspired by a sense of duty to the world, David Choi, a senior majoring in economics and supply chain management at ASU, is on a mission to tackle hunger and food security issues.
Nisarg Patel, who is also an entrepreneur, scientist, debate coach and an avid community volunteer, is the winner of the 2014 Outstanding Graduating Senior Award from Barrett, the Honors College.
Arizona State University's W. P. Carey School of Business has been teaching entrepreneurship for almost 30 years, and is now “supersizing” its offerings in this area.
The need to liberate the Internet from the increasingly centralized, corporate control of tech giants such as Google, Facebook and Twitter is growing more acute, argues Dan Gillmor.
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker toured SkySong, the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center, during a recent visit to Arizona to promote economic development initiatives.