NC State’s New Entrepreneurship Garage: Primed for Innovation
NC State's new Entrepreneurship Garage, located in HQ@Centennial, gives students spaces to work side-by-side with real-world entrepreneurs and resources to develop an entrepreneurial mindset.
Wolfpack Investor Network Surpasses $10 Million in Capital Deployed
On Thursday, July 18, the Wolfpack Investor Network (WIN), NC State University’s angel investing network, announced that it has reached $10 million in capital deployed since its inception in December of 2016.
Six NC State Students Selected for the Miller Fellowship
NC State Entrepreneurship announces the 2019 Miller Fellows, a group of six representing three colleges and five startups.
Cross-Disciplinary Students Excel in Social Innovation
The NC State Social Innovation Fellows put Think and Do into action developing solutions to local and global challenges.
Wolfpack Power Moves: A Glance At 11 Student Endeavors
These 11 NC State student entrepreneurs are making power moves—implementing innovative ideas, creating products, pursuing ventures and impacting the community around them.
2019 Lulu eGames Winners
See the complete list of winners from the 2019 Lulu eGames, NC State's annual startup competition.
NC State Ranks No. 11 Nationwide for Undergraduate Entrepreneurship
NC State has been ranked by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine as a “Top Undergraduate Schools for Entrepreneurship Studies for 2019,” coming in at No. 11 on the list and ranking as the top school in the state of North Carolina.
NC State Guides Food Entrepreneurs Taking Products to Market
NC State's Entrepreneur Initiative for Food supports food entrepreneurs leading to economic growth in the food space.
2018 Miller Fellows Announced
The Miller Fellows program accepts seven NC State graduates to receive funding and support as they start their businesses and become full-time entrepreneurs.
Entrepreneurship Programs Collaborate to Support Apex Friendship High School
"It is not just a curriculum; it is a way of learning." -- That's how local area high school teacher Dan Jackson describes his approach to teaching entrepreneurship.