Stories about Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship Creativity & Innovation

Community and business leaders are welcomed to campus for discussion on the role of universities in fostering innovation.

Dulra Amolegbe ’26 created the start-up, Dot, that offers immigrant students a way to make cashless transactions.

Credit Union commits $600,000 per year for startup loans for founders.

The students showcased their venture projects after six weeks of immersive entrepreneurial experience through Baker’s Hatchery program.

Through the Baker Institute's programs and sponsored courses, Kauzmann has been guiding student entrepreneurs for a decade.

With Meraki Co. earned the event's top honor, the Joan F. & John M. Thalheimer ’55 Grand Prize, as the student venture project that progressed the furthest during the 2021-22 academic year.

R.I.S.E. addresses the challenges of being a woman entrepreneur while also boosting entrepreneurship programs for underrepresented college students.

Zoe Sherman ’25 is part of a student startup that designed an outdoor fire detection device that monitors a property for signs of fire.

A cohort of 27 students participated in the program, which combined in-person and remote-from-home sessions.

Brian Quispe ’20 ’22G and Graham Patterson ’20 win the Joan F. and John M. Thalheimer ‘55 Grand Prize at Baker Institute’s annual award competitions.