Campus Fellowships

Outside of Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship’s Veale Snyder Fellowship and Veale Faculty Fellowship, there are many other opportunities for those who are interested in entrepreneurship at Case Western Reserve. Learn what’s available.

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Program Rewarding Innovation in STEM Entrepreneurship (PRISE)

The Flora Stone Mather Center for Women seeks to imagine and influence the future by supporting undergraduate students interested in STEM innovation, discovery, and creativity through PRISE.

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ThinkImpact Fellowship

The ThinkImpact program is a global initiative to teach students about the power of social entrepreneurship. Hosted by the Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefit at Weatherhead School of Management, students in the program will demonstrate their proposed solution's impact, feasibility, sustainability, scalability or replicability, as well as its acceptability or desirability to the community or target population. 

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ThinkEnergy Fellowship

The Great Lakes Energy Institute ThinkEnergy Fellowship connects students with faculty, companies, and investors. Fellows work in teams to design and prototype energy solutions while creating a business plan and aiming to commercialize their technology. Part startup incubator and part research accelerator, ThinkEnergy provides mentorship and project support while facilitating powerful connections with experts in industry, government, and academia through conference travel and weekly Think Tank meetings with innovators and leaders.

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Interactive Commons (IC) Fellows Cohort

The IC Fellows Cohort is designed for instructors at CWRU who want to build their own mixed reality apps to use in class, under the mentorship of the IC and Teaching and Learning Technologies (TLT) team. The cohort covers a variety of topics about the transition to teaching in 3D. Each IC Fellow will create a storyboard and class plan, which will ideally be fully developed and launched the following academic year.

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CWRU Translational Fellow Program (TFP)

The CWRU Translational Fellow Program (TFP) seeks to train individuals in entrepreneurship and the translation of innovation into commercial ventures by connecting them to programs and workshops around campus while protecting time for entrepreneurial activities. Participants are ideally senior doctoral students or postdocs at CWRU, and are either currently working with a PI on a CWRU- or affiliate-based technology that has the potential for commercialization (preferred), or show willingness to be paired with a PI.