Month: February 2021

Carnegie Mellon University students having discussion with faculty startup program update

Carnegie Mellon Accelerator Program Awarded Grant

In the spring of 2019, the Robert and Kathleen Dobkin Intuitive Foundation awarded a grant to provide strategic support for the VentureBridge accelerator program at Carnegie Mellon University’s Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship. This 10-week intensive summer program is hosted in Silicon Valley and involves eight companies led by CMU students, alumni or faculty.

Tech Startup Students Presenting at UC Berkeley Sports Tech and Human Performance Competition

UC Berkeley Sports Tech & Human Performance Grant Awarded

Last year’s Sports Tech Challenge Lab received much attention from Cal students eager to dive headfirst into the fields of sports, technology, and science. In the Spring 2020 semester, this new challenge lab will be expanding in both scope and impact. The new course, led by Danielle Vivo and taught by Stephen Torres and Ken Singer, is titled the Sports Tech & Human Performance Challenge Lab.