From Student to Founder

Cameron Gallad shares key takeaways gained at the TechChrunch Early Stage conference: Being an entrepreneur requires a new perspective—it changes how you think about business.

Promoting Student Talent in Academic Research

UC Davis student startup Cornische is developing a networking and payment platform that connects faculty leading funded studies with undergraduate research students. The goal: to promote and maintain student talent in academia.

Lessons Learned: Watching Top Student Teams from Across the U.S. Pitch

Watching fellow students pitch at the LaunchPad Propel conference was an incredibly inspiring experience. As a student entrepreneur myself, I understand how much work and time goes into making a startup successful.

Because of the nature of English Khadavu, my nonprofit organization based in India, its progress can sometimes move very slowly.

Conference Ignites a Passion for Business, One Startup at a Time

Blog Post by Denise Bronner, UC Davis Postdoctoral Research Fellow and 2017/18 Business Development Fellow

The annual Ignite Conference brings together students, CEOs and business leaders—and attendees get to see concepts learned during class in action. Over the course of four days in March, I toured four amazing companies, listened to thought-provoking talks from industry leaders and created connections that will last long past Ignite.