February 3, 2011
Technology Entrepreneurship Program informational luncheon is Feb. 10
Interested in serving in a paid position as a Technology Entrepreneurship Fellow this summer? Plan to attend an informational luncheon in Room 184 at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 10, in room 184. RSVP by noon Monday, Feb. 7, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additional information is available at bizlaw.uoregon.edu/tep. The Technology Entrepreneurship Program (TEP) is accepting applications for a collaborative program that allows MBA, law, and graduate students interested in entrepreneurship to participate actively in the evaluation, development, and possible launching of high-technology start-up businesses. The collaborative endeavor involves Pacific Northwest National Laboratories, the University of Oregon’s Office of Technology Transfer, PSU, OSU, OHSU, and the UO’s two endowed Centers for Entrepreneurship.
Application Process: Students wishing to be considered for a TEP Fellowship should prepare a resume and a 250-word statement describing their interest in the program and supporting their candidacy. JD and JD/MBA students should also submit their Law School transcripts to Professor Aldave. DuckWeb versions are acceptable. Additional information will be supplied at the luncheon.