The UH Cullen College of Engineering has developed a series of entrepreneurship programs for faculty looking to explore grant funding opportunities, intellectual property matters and small business development.
Understanding the Entrepreneurial Landscape: What Women STEM Faculty Need to Know
Understanding the Entrepreneurial Landscape is an event specifically designed for female STEM faculty on September 28, 2012 at the Hilton Hotel, University of Houston. The event is sponsored by the UH Deans of the Colleges of Engineering, Natural Sciences & Mathematics, and Technology, and the BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC), Rice University. View Details
The Cullen College hosted a SBIR/STTR Workshop in March 2011. Segments of the workshop presentation can be viewed at the links below. Microsoft Silverlight is required to view the presentation and can be downloaded for free at Microsoft.com.
- Welcome — Lisa Robertson
- Welcome — Dean Tedesco
- Overview — Kamlesh Lulla and Jack James
- Putting Together a Winning SBIR Proposal — Badri Roysam
- SBIR-STTR Case Studies and Lessons Learned — David Zimmerman
- SBIR-STTR's:Perspective of the Small Business Partner — Deyang Hou
- SBIR-STTR's: Perspective of the Small Business Partner 2 — Glaco Souza
- SBIR-STTR's: Perspective of the Small Business Partner 3 — Bill Jackson
- SBIR-STTR's: Perspective of the Small Business Partner 4 — Daniel J. Monticello
- Houston Angel Network — Michael D. Hansen
- Houston Angel Network Q&A — Michael D. Hansen
- Panel Discussion
Entrepreneur Boot Camp
In September 2010, the Cullen College hosted an Entrepreneur Boot Camp as a means of creating an innovation ecosystem at UH to enable commercial activity to drive research dollars into the academic departments. Additional boot camp events will be forthcoming.