Cornell Engineering Luncheon: Leveraging the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

116 Upson Hall 124 Hoy Rd., Ithaca, NY

For engineers looking to explore the commercialization potential of their technology, it can be challenging to know where to turn first. Cornell Engineering and the Entrepreneurs in Residence program offers connections to mentorship, funding opportunities, legal information, entrepreneurship programs, and other commercialization resources in Cornell’s robust entrepreneurial ecosystem. Join us for this exclusive lunchtime discussion…

IP and Licensing Fundamentals: How and Why to Safeguard Your Technology 

116 Upson Hall 124 Hoy Rd., Ithaca, NY

Having a working knowledge of intellectual property (IP) and licensing is essential for safeguarding your technology and ensuring the long-term success of your commercialization endeavors. The Cornell Engineering Commercialization Fellowship invites the entrepreneurial community to attend IP and Licensing Fundamentals: How and Why to Safeguard Your Technology, a workshop led by Frank DeCosta and Phillip…

Lessons Learned from SBIR Awardees

116 Upson Hall 124 Hoy Rd., Ithaca, NY

Interested in learning more about Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) funding? Join us on Thursday, September 23 (12:00 p.m. ET) in Upson Lounge (Room 116) for a panel discussion hosted by Cornell Engineering’s Entrepreneurs in Residence. A panel of successful Cornell Engineering alumni and SBIR awardees will be present to share their experiences with SBIR…

Black Entrepreneurs in Training (BET) Recruitment

116 Upson Hall 124 Hoy Rd., Ithaca, NY

Black Entrepreneurs in Training (BET) at Cornell University is hosting its BET Recruitment Event this Friday, September 10 (6-7 PM ET), in Upson Lounge (Room 116) and encourages students interested in learning more about BET and/or connecting with other Black entrepreneurs to attend. RSVP to attend BET is a community dedicated to inspiring, informing, and initiating the next wave of Black…

A Job Interviewing Workshop

116 Upson Hall 124 Hoy Rd., Ithaca, NY

Careers Beyond Academia will present an overview and tips on interviewing for jobs in industry, government and non-profits. This workshop is for PhD students and postdocs from all STEM fields. The workshop is being hosted by SiGMA (the Graduate Student Organization in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering) and Careers Beyond Academia/BEST.