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Thursday, April 22, 2021

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Till Hartwig (left) and Till Kuehn are the co-founders of the till App
International Exchange Students Help Restaurants During COVID-19 Crisis
Ryan Wallace
SDSU Student Gets Real About Entrepreneurship
Creative Mind Academy offers high school students the opportunity to take two three-unit SDSU classes from eight core tracks.
Introducing SDSU’s Creative Mind Academy for High School Students
Students show off the piggy banks they created during the ZIP Launchpad
ZIP Launchpad a “Great Motivator” During Pandemic
SDSU student entrepreneur Tiffany Gil (left) is shown with her Great Grass Race teammate Katie Knight.
SDSU Student Entrepreneur Mows Down Competition
Bio I-Corps, a spinoff of the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps program, teaches researchers how to develop innovations based on federally funded research.
Fostering Inclusive Innovation
Eddie Rodriguez
Words of Wisdom — and Other Help — for Entrepreneurs
Cody Barbo
Cody Barbo: The Will to Succeed
Statemint Wallets
Making a Statemint
Sand Cloud co-founders Brandon Leibel (left) and Steven Ford (Photo: Brandon Leibel/Sand Cloud)
Two Alumni Land on Forbes 30 Under 30 List
Computer science majors Robert Carpenter,  Reidun Dirawatun and Jeremy Goold working on their math learning app at the ZIP Launchpad. (Photo: Scott Hargrove/SDSU)
Want to Be an Entrepreneur? Here’s How to Get into ZIP Launchpad
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SDSU’s Entrepreneurship Ecosystem: ‘Something for Every Student’