Diversity, Hiring & Why It Matters: 3 Lessons

I’m a 20-something-year-old, Caucasian, American, male living in Utah. Diversity is not the first thing anyone thinks when they meet me. And rightfully so. I’m part of the most privileged class of people in the world. Not only was I born in a developed country, am I college educated, come from Caucasian descent but I also […]

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4 Tips for Protecting Your Intellectual Property

As a law school graduate (not a licensed attorney), I empathize with many of my dear friends on the state of the legal market. As an entrepreneur, I lick my chops at the cutthroat opportunities it affords early-stage companies. Bringing together these two perspectives, here four tips for protecting your intellectual property (IP) and hiring […]

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Money for Your Startup Idea! An Overview of Grant Programs at the U

Many students hold onto amazing ideas because they lack funding. Ideas can be anything from social movements to devices that make life easier. But lack of funding is no longer a reason to stop developing your ideas. The Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute helps you innovate by providing many funding opportunities. All students are welcome to participate. […]

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How to be a Student Entrepreneur Without Losing Your Mind

Entrepreneurship across college campuses has grown in the past decade. Now more than ever, students around the world are trying to put their ideas in motion. Even with the boom, college is still a tumultuous time on it’s own, and many of the challenges you’ll face as a student entrepreneur are often compounded. Four students, […]

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