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Moving on Up: WashU Climbs Top Entrepreneurship Program Rankings

Washington University in St. Louis continues to be a top school for entrepreneurship – ranking #6 for undergraduate studies and #16 for graduate studies in the Princeton Review and Entrepreneur rankings for Top Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies. The rankings were announced online Tuesday, November 12, 2019


National Veterans Small Business Week Panel

On November 7th, Jennifer Goetz, Kellie McCoy, and Jim Phelps discussed transitioning from military culture to business culture at our Innovation Conversation as part of National Veteran Small Business Week and the inaugural St. Louis Startup Week.Jennifer Goetz is the


Second Annual HER Summit Connects Local Entrepreneurs and Resources

On October 19, 2019, the Skandalaris Center brought together local entrepreneurs for a day full of resources and networking opportunities.  The event featured a mix of speeches from WashU students and alums, alongside numerous networking opportunities.  Vicky Zhang (BU ’21)


WashU Ranked #1 for MBA Entrepreneurship

The following is a repost from the Olin Business School blog, originally written by Kurt Greenbaum.  The Skandalaris Center is proud to support WashU student and alumni entrepreneurs.      WashU Olin Business School placed first globally for its MBA


Paul Bender Shares His Love of St. Louis

Paul Bender, the CEO of Greater Than Games and an alumnus of WashU, discussed the pros and cons of continuing postgraduate life in St. Louis during our Innovation Conversation event on Friday, October 4th. As the co-founder of a board