Scenes from Creativate! Nov. 15, 2015
What a great turnout!
Lehigh Valley boasts impressive history of innovation and entrepreneurship, Lehigh Valley, Nov. 16, 2015
Lehigh Valley, often associated with heavy industry and manufacturing, has an impressive history of entrepreneurship and innovation.
Local tech venture company hosts ‘Shark Tank’ style contest, Lehigh Valley News, Nov. 13, 2015
A trio of entrepreneurs took a shot at pitching their ideas for a chance at $15,000 in investor funding.
Allentown launches Flex Launch space for technology startups, The Morning Call, Nov. 13, 2015
Lisa Glover, graduate of Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship program, provides her insight on the new launch space.
Design labs serve various academic disciplines, The Brown and White, Nov. 13, 2015
Design labs in Chandler-Ullmann provide resources to students in the Technical Entrepreneurship graduate program, the Integrated Product Development program, and other disciplines.
Lehigh University scores highly in entrepreneur rankings, The Morning Call, Nov. 11, 2015
Lehigh University is gaining recognition as a place for “makers.” Entrepreneur listed Lehigh as top five colleges for hansd-on entrepreneurial experiences, focusing on the LaunchBayC Student Accelerator, and the Princeton Review ranked Lehigh as 22nd out of 25 colleges for undergraduate entrepreneurs.
5 schools that offer undergrad entrepreneurs hands-on experience, Entrepreneur, Nov. 10, 2015
Lehigh listed as top 5 schools that offer hands-on experience to undergrad entrepreneurs, including LaunchBayC and Mountaintop Project.
The Princeton Review & Entrepreneur name the top 25 undergraduate and graduate schools for entrepreneurship, The Princeton Review, Nov. 10, 2015
Lehigh University is ranked #22 for top 25 undergraduate schools for entrepreneurship.
Global problem solving event addresses sustainability, The Brown and White, Nov. 9, 2015
Sponsored by the Baker Institute, the Sustainable Development Department, Engineers Without Borders and the TAMID Israel Investment Group, the Global Problem Solving event integrated business and engineering students to develop a business that addressed the problems of a Syrian refugee camp.
Student entrepreneurs start companies as undergraduates, The Brown and White, Nov. 2, 2015
Kira Gobes, ’18, Will Kuehne, ’17, and Minni Kim, ’16, undergraduates at Lehigh University are gaining an entrepreneurial start in their undergraduate years.
STRIVR app focuses on social connectivity, The Brown and White, Oct. 30, 2015
Need a small favor? Like a ride or some random school supply? STRIVR is an app created by Zach Gray ’16 with the intention of connecting people to help each other out.
Lehigh University partners with national network, earns $200K grant, to infuse entrepreneurial mindset into engineering, Oct. 2015
Lehigh University has partnered with the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network (KEEN), a collaboration of 22 U.S. colleges and universities that strive to instill an entrepreneurial mindset in undergraduate engineering students with a goal of benefiting society. To advance this mission, Lehigh received a 15-month, $200,000 grant from KEEN’s founding organization, the Kern Family Foundation.
‘New manufacturers’ boost Bethlehem, thanks to incentives, Lehigh Valley Business, Oct. 19, 2015
“The Lehigh Valley is a world for startups,” Cunningham said. “We do have the resources to keep entrepreneurs here. This is part of our story.”
Guest speaker: Lauren Villaverde, Lehigh University STEM Blog, Oct. 22, 2015
Lauren Villaverde speaks about her journey from high school to entrepreneur and founder of Stackablz.
Many colleges are failing to prepare students for their working lives, Washington Post, Oct. 15, 2015
Lehigh University students at the new Mountaintop Campus, where the school aims to shift the undergraduate experience, teaching students to think for themselves as they imagine their future careers.
Goblies – hand thrown paintballs (non-toxic, bio-degradable), Makershed, Oct. 12, 2o15
For sale! Create your own hand thrown paint balls to the color of your choice. Non-toxic and biodegradable.
In Memoriam: Robert Wei, Champion of interdisciplinary learning, Lehigh News, Oct. 12, 2015
Robert P. Wei, an expert in fracture mechanics who took the lead in creating Lehigh’s award-winning Integrated Product Design (IPD) program, died Sept. 28 at his home in Lower Nazareth Township. He was 84. Wei took a multidisciplinary approach in his teaching and research. “Life is so complex that no one person can know everything,” he said. “So we integrate engineering design and engineering science throughout the mechanical engineering curriculum. Second—and this is the philosophical framework for IPD—we get engineering, architecture and business students to work together. If a product is not salable, the best design and best manufacturing won’t help.”
12 Exhibits you don’t want to miss at Maker Faire Pittsburgh, Makezine, Oct. 8, 2015
This year, in addition to Maker exhibits, the Faire will offer a greatly increased number and variety of special performances, speakers, demonstrations, and workshops. There will be a dedicated Education Zone featuring a series of presentations and hands-on workshops on how to incorporate making and STEAM in primary, secondary, and post-secondary education; an Innovation Works Zone, showcasing 10 groundbreaking startups from across the region; a dedicated Workshop area with hands-on sessions on subjects ranging from coding to concrete; and The Market, where fairgoers can peruse locally made wares and support the local handmade economy
Soccer Without Borders aims for global change, San Francisco Chronicle, Oct. 8, 2015
Gucciardi, a San Francisco native, is the founder of Soccer Without Borders. The organization uses soccer — a sport played around the world — as a vehicle for change and assimilation.
A grand debut for bioengineering majors, Lehigh News, Oct 5, 2015
Five recent graduates have won a national competition for designing a portable device that enables patients with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) to determine whether their medication is working. Kathryn Kundrod’15 and Jay Fraser took’15 first place in the Designing by Biomedical Undergraduate Teams. Their journey started from the IPD program to the LaunchBayC student idea accelerator run by Baker Institute through the university’s Mountaintop initiative.
More demand, more additive manufacturing at Lehigh, Lehigh Valley Business, Sept. 28, 2015
In response to an increasingly higher demand for time in its 3-D printing lab, Lehigh University has expanded its additive manufacturing capabilities with new equipment and a broad view of the future of this rapidly changing technology
A look at the fast-approaching future of 3-D printing, The Morning Call, Sept. 21, 2015
3D printing has been changing the game for prototyping and driven by demand, is heading in a new direction.
TEDxLehighRiver speakers share ideas with passion at Symphony Hall, The Morning Call, Sept.20 2015
The theme was “Why Not?” and six speakers from the area gave talks of 18 minutes or less. Speakers were introduced by host John Dodds, director of brand and marketing communications at Air Products, who was introduced by co-organizers Lisa Getzler, director of the Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship Creativity and Innovation at Lehigh University, and David Willard of PBS 39.
TedX returns to Lehigh Valley Saturday, Sept 19, Lehigh News
This year’s TEDx features a presentation by recent Lehigh alumna Lauren Villaverde ’14 ’15G, who will be speaking on “Across, Behind, Next To,” about the overlooked alphabet for STEM learning. Lisa Getzler serves as producer, speaker curation committee chair and speech coach for the event.
TEDxLehighRiver shared TED phenomenon with the Lehigh Valley, The Morning Call, Sept. 15, 2015
On Saturday, Sept. 19, TEDxLehighRiver will hold its first public forum at Miller Symphony Hall in Allentown. Six people from the area will get up on stage and speak on subjects ranging from the value of skepticism to efforts to communicate with whales to a path toward healing from sexual trauma.
Q&A: Best Practices for the 26th annual career fair, The Brown and White, Sept. 14, 2015
Dino World: How one Lehigh Alum turned a dinosaur costume into a puzzle company, The Brown and White, Sept 9, 2015
A 6-foot-tall paper velociraptor walked in to Lamberton Hall in the midst of a Halloween party and the room fell silent. While the music still played in the background, Lisa Glover, ‘13, ‘14G, the girl inside the paper dinosaur, realized there was a room full of people staring at her — or at least at her dinosaur, named Soarin.
Lehigh alumni win at National Institute of Health challenge, The Brown and White, Sept. 8, 2015
Kathryn Kundrod ‘15, Jay Fraser ‘15, Paul Schroder ‘15, and Andrew D’Onofrio ‘15 developed a viral diagnostic device that makes HIV treatment more accessible in their Integrated Product Development class. They won first place in the National Institute of Health’s Design by Biomedical Undergraduate Teams Challenge.
Live Lehigh: Keeping fitness close to home, The Brown and White, Sept. 8, 2015
Pat Costa, a professor of Industrial and Systems Engineering in the Integrated Business and Engineering program, works with the men of Fit Living community to promote healthy living.
Biomedical engineering teams win NIH’s DEBUT challenge, Today’s Medical Developments, Sept. 5, 2015
Lehigh University students developed Viral Diagnostic Technology that addresses the need for a more accessible HIV treatment and was awarded first place in the National Institute of Health’s Design by Biomedical Undergraduate Teams Challenge.
Q&A: Alumni’s app unifies party-goers, The Brown and White, Sept. 4, 2015
Tyler Costantino ‘14, a small business management and entrepreneurship major, and Alex Ratner ‘14, a computer science and business major, developed the first nightlife network application.
LaunchBayC Demo Day Tumblr Post, Lehigh University Tumblr, Sept. 4, 2015
Mountaintop campus was filled with guests for the LaunchBayC, a 10-week entrepreneurship summer program, demo day (photos included).
2015 Top entrepreneurial programs: undergraduate, The Princeton Review, Sept. 2015
Lehigh University is ranked #17 for top undergraduate entrepreneurial programs.
50 most entrepreneurial schools in America, Affordable Schools, Sept. 2015
Lehigh University is ranked #34 for America’s most entrepreneurial schools due to Lehigh’s entrepreneurial community through Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship,
The 24 best colleges for future entrepreneurs, Business Insider, Aug. 25, 2015
Lehigh University is ranked 17 for the best colleges for future entrepreneurs due to Lehigh’s Baker Institute sponsors and LehighSiliconValley program, and startup internship grant.
America’s most entrepreneurial universities 2015, Forbes, Aug. 17, 2015
Lehigh University is ranked 44 for America’s Most Entrepreneurial Universities.
Bethlehem entrepreneur’s dino costume poses on the White House lawn, Lehigh Valley Live, July 24, 2015
Lisa Glover ‘14 ‘15G, Technical Entrepreneurship grad, received a proclamation from President Barack Obama and was invited to showcase her costume on the White House lawn.
Incubator offers work and living space to entrepreneurs, Lehigh Valley Business, July 20, 2015
Stephen Boerner saw the gap between business incubators available in the community and on-campus resources while in Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship program and reduced the gap with Hatch House.
Hatch House serves as a safe haven for fledgling companies, Keystone Edge, July 16, 2015
Stephen Boerner, Lehigh’s Master’s of Engineering in Technical Entrepreneurship graduate, realized entrepreneurship resources evaporate after graduation so his idea Hatch House came to life.
Third TEDxLehighValley planned for Allentown in September, Lehigh Valley Business, July 14, 2015
TEDxLehighRiver returns with idea-focused presentations on the theme “Why not?”
Lehigh University’s 35th Honors Convocation, Youtube, July 6, 2015
Briana Gardell ‘14 ‘15G, Technical Entrepreneurship Master’s graduate, gives a speech at Lehigh University’s Honors Convocation.
Lehigh Valley programs offer space for aspiring entrepreneurs to create, Lehigh Valley Economic Development, July 2, 2015
The Hatch House, a live-work community for early entrepreneurs in Bethlehem, and LaunchBayC Student Accelerator, 10-week summer program to develop products, offer more resources help growing entrepreneurs in the Lehigh Valley.
New monthly e-newsletter highlights Lehigh Valley entrepreneurs, startups, Lehigh Valley Economic Development, July 2, 2015
LVstartup is a newly-launched monthly e-newsletter focused on the needs of startups in the region. The first edition was released in July 2nd and included the story of Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G, KitRex founder and Technical Entrepreneurship grad, bringing a velociraptor to the White House.
Lehigh graduate student develops Master’s work into a paint-splattering Kickstarter campaign, Virtual Strategy Magazine, July 1, 2015
Briana Gardell ‘14 ‘15G, Technical Entrepreneurship grad and grand prize winner in Lehigh’s Eureka Venture Competition Series, launched her Kickstarter campaign for Globies.
Goblies: Hand-thrown paintballs, Boing Boing, June 30, 2015
Lehigh University TE graduate Briana Gardell ’14 ’15G invents powder-filled paintballs, science kit that turns into a toy.
Kraft shareholders to vote on Heinz deal Wednesday, Morning Call, June 30, 2015
Dale Falcinelli, Chair of Baker Institute Advisory Council and Lehigh Business Professor, is quoted on his thoughts of the Heinz deal.
Why is there a velociraptor on the White House lawn?, Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation, June 22, 2015
Technical Entrepreneurship grad Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G reflects on her experience being invited to the White House to kick off National Week of Making.
Incubator offers work and living space to entrepreneurs, Lehigh Valley Business, June 20, 2015
Technical Entrepreneurship alums Steve Boerner ’15G and Sean Caverly ’15G aned TE student Justin Jacobs ’16G interviewed in article about launch of Hatch House live/work space for entrepreneurs.
2 Lehigh University grads create nightlife app, USA Today, June 20, 2015
Tyler Constentino, a 2012 LehighSiliconValley participant, and Alex Ratner creates app that allows users to find their friends, set their availability and coordinate evening plans. “The problem was never where to go tonight-it was always who are you going with.”
Lehigh celebrates entrepreneurial spirit, Lehigh University News Center, June 16, 2015
TE students win top awards in EUREKA! Ventures Competition Series and iPrize competition.
After decades of fighting for the poor, Alan Jennings now in a fight himself, The Morning Call, June 13, 2015
Alan Jennings, social entrepreneurship professor at Lehigh, teaches the class “How to change the world.” Jennings dedicated his entire life to helping the poor though he now fights his own battle with Parkinson’s disease. However, Jennings is still winning.
National Maker Faire – Come check us out! (video), MAKEMagazine.com, June 13, 2015
Marc de Vinck, professor in the Technical Entrepreneurship master’s program and Lehigh University’s Dexter F. Baker Professor of Practice in Creativity, reports live from National Maker Faire in Washington, D.C. – and even gets chased by a familiar cardboard dinosaur (created by Technical Entrepreneurship graduate Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G).
There is a dinosaur on the White House lawn right now, Vox, June 11, 2015
Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G, Technical Entrepreneurship grad, was invited by the White House to participate in the launch of National Week of Making, including a photo shoot on the White House lawn in the dinosaur costume she created in the TE program, and participating in the Week of Making launch event filmed in the White House press briefing room.
Opportunity at the intersection: My Message for the Class of 2015, Forbes, May 27, 2015
Tom Gillis shares his hopeful message to the graduating class of 2015.
Cultivating big ideas at Mountaintop, Lehigh News, May 20, 2015
In its third summer, the Mountaintop initiative will host 38 projects, 151 students and 44 faculty members. Equipped with ideas, students are excited to being. Some project ideas include designing exoskeleton appliances to aid patient rehabilitation, exploring technical aspects of ocean wave technology, examining the geography of bias using data-driven techniques to answer questions about biases vary geographically and more.
New live/work space for young entrepreneurs coming to Wilmington, Technically Delaware, May 15, 2015
TE student Steve Boerner ’15G expands his Hatch House entrepreneurship living venture to Delaware.
Are Our Students Actually Learning Anything?, Epicenter Stanford, May 6, 2015
Professor John Ochs from Lehigh University shares his experience as an educator for 37 years and asks educators to ask themselves this: “Is what I am doing in the classroom making a difference?”
A Budding Builder, Playthings Magazine, May 2015
Lauren Villaverde ’14 ’15G, Technical Entrepreneurship student, is featured in toy industry magazine for her 3D puzzle toys that help children develop spatial and STEM skills.
Want to stand out in cap and gown? Decorate the mortarboard, The Associated Press, April 28, 2015
Technical Entrepreneurship graduate Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G decorates her mortarboard with a mini cardboard dinosaur before graduating and helming her Kit-Rex company.
Hatch House invites residents to live, grow, launch, Lehigh University News Center, April 27, 2015
Steve Boerner ’15G, Technical Entrepreneurship grad student, launches innovative live/work model for young entrepreneurs.
Global Cuisine hopes to spark interest in campus diversity, The Brown and White, April 23, 2015
Ovie Ojeni, first-year student at Lehigh University, and his Global Cuisine project was a 2015 iPrize finalist. Longing for more diverse options at the dining halls, Ojeni requested a popular Nigerian dish to be made and the dining chefs approved. Then, Lehigh’s Global Cuisine program was born.
8 cool projects from the #PTW15 edition of Philly EdTech Meetup, Technically Philly, April 21, 2015
Eight education-oriented projects were displayed at the Philly EdTech Meetup expo, ranging from programs to teach students about technology to funded startups to future websites and applications.
Campus sustainability plan celebrates third year, The Brown and White, April 17, 2015
Lehigh’s office of Sustainability hosts a series of workshops to celebrate the third anniversary of the Campus Sustainability Plan. Chris Kauzmann, managing director of Baker Institute programs, and Ben Felzer, assistant professor in earth and environmental sciences participates in discussion for recycling Wednesday.
Lutron expected to remain in family’s control, Morning Call, April 11, 2015
Dale Falcinelli, Lehigh University business professor who knew Spira through his work on the School’s Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and innovation said the company will follow Spira’s plan.
Innovation on display at LV Hack, WFMZ-TV69, April 10, 2015
Technical Entrepreneurship graduate and entrepreneur Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G works on custom toast-printing idea at Lehigh Valley hackathon.
From undergraduate student, to graduate student, to staff. My story of how Lehigh worked, and didn’t work, for me. Our Lehigh, April 1, 2015
“Mechanical engineering is hard. It was technically challenging with countless hours of reading and problem sets. I hated this part of Lehigh…The Baker Institute changed that for me. As an undergraduate, on a bit of a whim, I used one of my very few electives and signed up for Entrepreneurship 101. Finally I made the connection; what I was learning in the classroom was applicable to the things I cared about. I was hooked. ”
-Chris Kauzmann Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate 13′ Masters in Technical Entrepreneurship 14′, Staff, Alumni
Women’s empowerment panel held to promote female success in the workforce, The Brown and White, March 31, 2015
The Baker Institute at Lehigh University works to promote entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation. The Women Entrepreneurship discussion was a particular event aimed at promoting women empowerment within and outside of the campus.
Architrep hatches DIY dinosaur kits in Allentown, Key Stone Edge, March 26, 2015
Lisa Glover, using a process called Industrial Origami creates dinosaur assemblies for kids. Expecting to raise funds to sell only a few hundred, Glover sold close to 5,500! The startup’s latest product, a Pterodactyl kit, with a three-foot wingspan has already exceeded its Kickstarter goal.
The process: Lisa Glover on Making Paper Dinosaurs, Kickstarter, March 26, 2015
Lisa Glover, delves into the process of making her dinosaurs, from the start to her current stages.
Long-term fate of Lehigh Valley Kraft plant up in the air, The Morning Call, March 25, 2015
The fate of Kraft Foods Group Inc.’s Lehigh Valley’s plant is uncertain after the announcement that H.J. Heinz Co. is buying Kraft. Lehigh University business professor Dale Falcinelli says one factor in the local plant’s favor is in the coffee production.
Moving at warp speed, Resolve, March 23, 2015
Students gain real-world experience and hard-to-find technological knowledge and skills that employers are increasingly seeking thanks to the Powerhouse and Lehigh’s numerous collaborations with industry.
Marc de Vinck-Don’t Celebrate Failure, Educause March 23, 2015
Technical Entrepreneurship Professor Marc de Vinck, Baker Professor of Practice in Creativity, talks about what it means to celebrate and not celebrate failure. [Video]
Alumnus creates PhoneHome Project to utilize NFC technology in its many uses , The Brown and White, March 23, 2015
Brian Hruza ’14 founded The PhoneHome Project NFC Solutions with the use of near field communication technology. Hruza’s startup has great potential in reconstructing the way we interact with our physical environment with the use of our smartphones.
Talking entrepreneurship: How to get the most out of classroom speakers. ID8 Nation, March 20, 2015
Todd Watkins, executive director of the Lehigh University Baker Institute for Entrepreneurship, Creativity and Innovation shares advice on how to best facilitate learning when presenting a speaker to the classroom.
Saucon Valley High School has its own ‘shark tank,’ The Express-Times, March 1, 2015
High school students pitch ideas and research startup markets; advised by Lehigh University Technical Entrepreneurship graduate student Jake Puzycki ’14 ’15G (Photo)
Toy Fair 2015: KitRex Velociraptor, BeTerrific! Live Show, Feb. 27, 2015
Live from Toy Fair 2015, Lehigh University Technical Entrepreneurship master’s degree alumna Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G joins the BeTerrific Toy Fair 2015 Live Show to show the Kit-Rex velociraptor, a 3-foot-long dinosaur-shaped puzzle craft
Toy Fair 2015: Shannon Varcoe, BeTerrific! Live Show, Feb. 27, 2015
Live from Toy Fair 2015, Lehigh University student Shannon Varcoe ’15 joins the BeTerrific Toy Fair 2015 Live Show to talk about a wooden toy she’s developing for children with ADHD
Toy Fair 2015: Briana Gardell, BeTerrific! Live Show, Feb. 27, 2015
Live from Toy Fair 2015, Lehigh University Technical Entrepreneurship master’s student Briana Gardell ’14 ’15G joins the BeTerrific Toy Fair 2015 Live Show to talk about the process it took to bring her toy idea to life
Toy Fair 2015: Toy and Brand Licensing, BeTerrific! Live Show, Feb. 26, 2015
Live from Toy Fair 2015, Lehigh alumna Alita Friedman ’87 of Alita’s Brand Bar joins the BeTerrific Toy Fair 2015 Live Show to talk about her company, toy and brand licensing, and Lehigh’s programs
The best class ever, First Year Lehigh Engineers blog, Feb. 25, 2015
Undergraduate student Chandler Coggins blogs about entrepreneurship class and creative thinking
3 secrets to building billion-dollar apps, Linkedin Pulse, Feb. 18, 2015
Lehigh Technical Entrepreneurship alum Brian Hanley ’13 ’14G shares tips for developing top apps
The entrepreneurship hub, First Year Lehigh Engineers blog, Feb. 18, 2015
Undergraduate student Chandler Coggins blogs about Lehigh’s entrepreneurship offerings, including LehighSiliconValley, the EUREKA! Ventures Competition Series, and Technical Entrepreneurship master’s degree
6 travel startups to watch in 2015, Road Warrior Voices, Feb. 12, 2015
Localfu, founded by Lehigh student Roger Graham ’15, was selected one of 6 travel startups to watch
8 innovative ways to build a million-dollar business today, Linkedin Pulse, Feb. 12, 2015
Lehigh Technical Entrepreneurship alum Brian Hanley ’13 ’14G urges prospective entrepreneurs to change the game by exploiting untapped market niches
Collegiate toymakers visit nation’s top toy industry events, Constant Contact, Feb. 10, 2015
Lehigh helps with project management, entrepreneurship, Lehigh Valley Business, Feb. 9, 2015
Professor of Practice Dale Falcinelli, director of Lehigh’s VENTURESeries and LehighSiliconValley programs, spotlights the power of executive education and entrepreneurship certificates for professionals
Wilbur love, First Year Lehigh Engineers blog, Feb. 5, 2015
Undergraduate student Chandler Coggins blogs about the 3D printers and other resources at Lehigh’s Wilbur Powerhouse
Entrepreneur house created to aid students in business start-up, The Brown and White, Feb. 2, 2015
Hatch House, an off-campus residence, is an entrepreneurial hub undergoing renovations for a resourceful environment for student entrepreneurs
LehighSiliconValley Blog (Tumblr), January 2015
From bean bags at the BoostVC accelerator, to exploring venture capital with VC pioneer Bill Draper, thank you everyone for another great LehighSiliconValley experience! Read more about the LSV2015 program from the Lehigh University students who shared their observations through blog posts on each day of the trip (Jan. 4-10, 2015)
Origami dinosaur maker finds success through Lehigh Valley’s resources for entrepreneurs, Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation, Jan. 27, 2015
With local support from Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship class, Ben Franklin TechVentures and Allentown Bridgeworks Enterprise Center, Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G has become successful with her company, Architrep (Video)
Former Lehigh soccer player Ben Gucciardi honored for his global organization Soccer without Borders, The Morning Call, Jan. 20, 2015
With only $5,000 of winnings from Lehigh University’s EUREKA! Competition Series, Ben Gucciardi transformed his non-profit organization, Soccer Without Borders into a global organization that eventually sprouted enough to earn profit. The organization provides positive change by helping kids overcome obstacles to growth
LehighSiliconValley meets up with top-tier VC, Lehigh University News Center, Jan. 16, 2015
On Jan. 7, 2015, 56 Lehigh University students from all campus walks and a wide cross-section of academic discipline met up with Andreessen Horowitz and its chief operating officer, Scott Kupor, for an unscripted and no-holds-barred Q&A session
Lehigh Students venture to startup capital, LehighSiliconValley website, Jan. 16, 2015
56 Lehigh University students bused down to meet up with Andreessen Horowitz and its chief operating officer, Scott Kupor for an unscripted and no-holds-barred Q&A session. The energy was definitely high in the room
First Generation Fashion: The culturally aware blog to follow in 2015, Forbes, Jan. 15, 2015
Daniela Kucher ’13 ’14G, graduate of Lehigh University’s Technical Entrepreneurship program, passionately and successfully launches a fashion blog that covers culture and fashion. Stories from real women, first-generation Americans living in NYC
Lehigh Silicon Valley 2015 Video Blog, YouTube, Jan. 10, 2015
A video blog detailing the total immersion experience of LehighSiliconValley where student entrepreneurs interacted with entrepreneurs, CEOs, venture capitalists, from dinner to debriefing to “live” case studies to guest speakers
Ex-Lehigh soccer player to receive national reward, The Morning Call, Jan. 9, 2015
Former Lehigh men’s soccer player and entrepreneur Ben Gucciardi will receive the 2014 Jerry Yeagley Award for Exceptional Personal Service from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America
Microfinance institutions balance personal loans with sustainable business model, NerdWallet, Jan. 8, 2015
Todd Watkins, a economics professor at Lehigh University and Baker Institute co-executive director, says that mobile banking in Kenya benefits both MFIs and their customers
Learning to Fly, Lehigh University News Center, Jan. 7, 2015
Working with the American Helicopter Museum and the Boeing Co. Integrated Business and Engineering students Marty Melochick ’15, Brandyn Bok ’15, Tim Moulton ’15, Durlav Mudbhar ’15, Emily Jiang ’15 and Sheron Tang ’16 were assigned a task: build the museum’s new flight simulator and create a business plan for it. Through an arduous journey, their helicopter flight simulator is now in display at the American Helicopter Museum
Bethlehem resident to open shared live-work space for entrepreneurs, The Express-Times, Jan. 2, 2015
Steve Boerner ’15G, graduate student at Lehigh University’s Master’s Degree in Technical Entrepreneurship, plans to open Hatch House in July, a house for people who eat, sleep and breathe entrepreneurship