Get an overview of the High School Utah Entrepreneur Challenge at the University of Utah. The program is open to all high school students in the state ages 14-18. Learn more at lassonde.utah.edu/hsuec.
Get to know David Pinnock, a former Lassonde student leader who is using the skills he learned managing our Make Program. Learn more about the Make Program: lassonde.utah.edu/make
Get to know LIT Outdoors, a Lassonde startup providing innovative outdoor equipment, including the “Tammock.” Learn more about this company and others at lassonde.utah.edu/launched
Get to know ColoClean, a Lassonde student startup developing a colonoscopy prep kit. Learn more about this company and others at lassonde.utah.edu/launched
Get to know Blyncsy, a Lassonde student startup tracking the movement of people. Learn more about this company and others at lassonde.utah.edu/launched
The Neeleman Hangar is the first floor at Lassonde Studios. The space is sponsored by David Neeleman, the founder of Jet Blue Airlines. All students are welcome to live, create, launch here. Amenities include regular events, make space, lounge areas, cafe and more. Learn more at lassonde.utah.edu/studios
All students at the University of Utah are welcome to live, create, launch at Lassonde Studios. Watch some highlights in this video produced by Big Red Jelly, a marketing agency launched at Lassonde. Learn more at lassonde.utah.edu/studios
Watch our video of the Final Event & Showcase for the 2018 Utah Entrepreneur Challenge, a statewide, student business model competition. Teams from universities across the state compete for the best business model and a chance to win $100,000 in cash and prizes. The grand prize is $40,000. Learn more at lassonde.utah.edu/uec.
Watch our video of the 2018 University of Utah Opportunity Quest competition at Lassonde Studios. Learn more at lassonde.utah.edu/oq.
Watch our how-to video for making a cornhole game set. The game is also known as bean bag toss. Our Make program team explains step-by-step how to make this game using the tools and equipment at Lassonde Studios. All students at the University of Utah are welcome to use the tools. Learn more at […]