Student Engagement with TE
Technology Entrepreneurship (TE) welcomes students campus-wide, from undergraduate to post-doc, to engage and participate in its programs.
Technology Entrepreneurship Class (ENT 4340/5341)
This is a project-based class working toward the advancement of Baylor-developed technologies from the lab to the marketplace. The final presentations will be presented to the VC firm (WAVE), which has invested in and created companies around three TE innovations within the last 18 months.
- Using X-Rays to increase biofuel production by algae
- Coronal Reactor for converting waste light hydrocarbons into heavier fuels
- Intravenous Oximeter
- A more efficient and quieter propeller
- Solar Thermal Energy Storage (high-temp chemical)
- Calf Simulator for Training Ropers
- Surgical Drains
- Student Innovations
Topics for the Class
- The Technology Commercialization Valley of Death
- Understanding the Importance of IP for Society and Wealth Creation
- Dissection and interpretation of patents strategically
- Diffusion of Innovations
- Broad Competitive Assessments, both at the product level and the technology level: the people, the companies, the funders
- How early stage, deep tech Investment works
- Valuation of pre-revenue and pre-development technologies
L2M Fellows Internship
For more information on the L2M Fellows internship opportunities, please visit the Internship page.
Undergraduate Scholarships Available for 2024-2025 Academic Year
Deadline for application is April 15, 2024.
Scholarship awards will be determined May 15, 2024.
Scholarships range from $2000 - $7000 per academic year.
Students interested in scholarships should request an application via email to Monica_Vardeman@baylor.edu.