Stories about Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Eleven Lehigh students participated in the innovative Maker Bootcamp, part of the AccelerateX winter program.

What does generative artificial intelligence mean for higher education? Promising or problematic?

A Lehigh research team explores the question by building novel control algorithms and linked robots. Prototypes will be put to the test in the Defend the Republic Drone Competition Nov. 17.

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.

Getzler will guide Lehigh's new direction in entrepreneurship.

National retailer puts Goblies on its shelves.

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

Amolegbe earned both the Joan F. & John M. Thalheimer ’55 EUREKA! Award for student Achievement in venture creation and the Thalheimer Grand Prize of $5000 for his startup, Dot.

Twenty-five student entrepreneurs showcase their venture projects after six weeks of immersive education in entrepreneurial thinking and doing.