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Daniel Goble tests a balance tracker
Business Incubator
A second gift to the Zahn Innovation Center will expand its scope and add a social innovation component.
An artist
Not Business as Usual
College of Business Administration plans renovation after a banner year.
Jobioz Inc. is ready to launch its program.
Getting to Work
An SDSU student entrepreneur has started a company to connect college students to careers.
From left: Jeff Church, Nika Water co-founder; Alex DeNoble, Lavin Center director; L. Robert Payne, CEO of Multi-Ventures Inc.
The Importance of Social Entrepreneurship
Jeff Church, CEO and founder of Nika Water, visited SDSU to speak about the growing business of social entrepreneurship.
The SDSU XPRIZE Team includes more than 60 members from five SDSU colleges.
From Trekkie to Techie
A team at SDSU is working on a "Star Trek" inspired device that could revolutionize health care.
Environmental logo
Earth Week at SDSU
The annual Earth Week events hosted by SDSU's Enviro-Business Society, e3, will run from April 22-27.
SDSU students -Epsilon Mico - won third place
Lavin Center Kicks Off LeanModel Competition
The LeanModel Competition, held from March 14-15, was open to California and Baja California based university students who are building start-up companies.
The SDSU Science Sampler allows all ages to enjoy interactive lectures and activities.
Science Research Sampler
The SDSU Science Sampler will take place throughout campus on Friday, March 22.
The 2012 Entrepreneurial Village.
Entrepreneur Day at SDSU
This year's Entrepreneurial Village will be located on Campanile Walkway from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m on March 12.
Leonard H. Lavin (left) and Dr. Elliot Hirshman. Photo by Dave Siccardi.
New Name for Entrepreneurship Center
The center’s benefactor, Leonard H. Lavin, was celebrated at a Feb. 15 ceremony.
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