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Saturday, August 13, 2022

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ZIP Launchpad entrepreneurs Carlin Pace and Setareh Sterling.
ZIP Launchpad Entrepreneurs Graduate with Real-World Startup Skills
Kaveh Abhari
Kaveh Abhari Named Zahn Professor of Creativity and Innovation
A child floats in a swimming pool.
Fowler Senior Dives into Successful Startup
Hailey Valladao shows a prototype of the Well app.
ZIP Launchpad, Apple Help Students Develop App
Kendall Fortner
#SDSUGrad: Kendall Fortner
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