2018 Lulu eGames Winners
On Thursday, April 5, over 500 people gathered in Stewart Theatre to see the next generation of entrepreneurs at the Lulu eGames LIVE, NC State's annual startup competition.
2018 Lulu eGames Finalists Announced
NC State's annual startup competition is back! Meet the 2018 Lulu eGames finalist teams.
During Make-a-thon, Students Create Sustainability Solutions
In this unique NC State innovation competition, students design and prototype solutions to sustainability challenges.
NC State Students Launch Company To Modernize Dumpsters
Through a startup called Trashr, these NC State students want to create a smarter dumpster that improves the efficiency of waste collection.
This Family Recipe is a Recipe for Success
A doctoral program in food science gave Michael Lloyd the knowledge he needed to launch and expand a business, based on a family sauce recipe.
Think Tank Credits NC State for Raleigh Prosperity
The Milken Institute gives NC State high marks for helping to drive Raleigh’s fast-growing economy, noting the university’s role in research, innovation and economic development.
Entrepreneurship Highlights from 2017
2017 was a big year for entrepreneurship at NC State. As we head into 2018, here are 17 entrepreneurship highlights from the past year.
Social Innovation Students Tackle Issues Related to Food and Water
In early fall, 30 students were selected to join the first cohort of the Social Innovation Fellows. The program, supported through the Institute for Nonprofits, pairs student teams with nonprofits and projects tackling issues related to food and water insecurity. […]
WRAL News Features Student Company ReBorn Clothing Co.
"Your clothing has a story and it's far from over," reads the homepage of newly-launched Reborn Clothing Co.'s website. NC State student Emily Neville (College of Humanities and Social Sciences) founded Reborn to make sustainability personal by transforming meaningful garments into usable, everyday products.
Entrepreneurial Students Excel at NC State
NC State students lead in and outside of the classroom through a variety of entrepreneurship initiatives on campus. Two of these students graduating this fall give insight into why they’re ready to tackle society’s grand challenges.