Severino Center for Technological Entrepreneurship

An update from our Director

Want to know what’s going on in the world of campus entrepreneurship?


Some of the most valuable connections on campus are made through the Paul J. ’69 and Kathleen M. Severino Center for Technological Entrepreneurship. The center guides, mentors, and coaches student-based startup businesses, connecting those who are starting businesses to resources and networks within and beyond the Rensselaer community. Each year, the Severino Center fosters new generations of budding and successful entrepreneurs.
 

Commercialize your research with the NSF Innovation Corps program.

Programs and communities to inspire and assist student entrepreneurs are available year round. 

From a light lift to a deep dive, the Eship competitions offer something for everyone.

Faculty and experienced entrepreneurs mentor students who are developing business models or who want to work with early stage companies.

A short list of non-dilutive capital sources available to early stage entrepreneurs and inventors.

Research at the intersection of big data and entrepreneruship.

These courses have been developed for students who have an interest in new venture creation.

Recognizing and honoring alumni and students for their entrepreneurial endeavors.