The Cornell Engineering World Health Symposium engages the community with project team investigations using entrepreneurship and engineering design thinking strategies to help address critical health issues. Their innovations have manifested in large steps towards sustainable and low cost solutions with the potential to be implemented in the real world.
The eCornell Webseries enables the full time student to gain critical knowledge about entrepreneurship. Read on for an exclusive WebSeries promotion for E@D readers and to learn from Chris Wofford about how you could gain insights on this topic from the comfort of your room.
Chad Fong (Cornell Class of 2019) creates an accelerator/incubator living space for entrepreneurs through his startup IvyStart. Read on to learn about his journey and the unique community he intends to create in the Fall of 2017.
In an era where technology is deemed one of the most important channels in which businesses reach and connect to their customers, building the right website and mobile applications is key. Aditya (Adi) Agashe, a senior in the College of Engineering majoring in computer science with a business minor, helps Cornell-affiliated entrepreneurs, startups, and alumni build their technology platforms through Belle Apps: a software consulting company that creates websites and mobile applications tailored for each client’s business needs.
Reuben St. Marc transforms his musical hobby into an profitable entrepreneurial venture. Read more to learn about how St. Marc created his own success through initiative, determination and perseverance.
Knowing your customer is as important as knowing your product. E@D caught up with students working on their mock startups to understand what has primary research helped them achieve as they develop prototypes and minimally viable products.
For decades, Blacks and Latinos in the United States have had to manage with a remarkably lackluster selection of cosmetic accessories and hair products, an issue recently brought to mainstream attention through avenues such as the documentary Good Hair by comedian Chris Rock. This dilemma has extended to Cornell’s campus, whereby students have commonly cited difficulties finding suitable – and physically present – solutions for their specific hair needs.