As campus leadership monitors and responds to the spread of COVID-19, daily life has been disrupted for most of our community, but brilliant minds never stop innovating. To help fuel the creativity and resilience of campus innovators and entrepreneurs during this challenging time, we’re highlighting how faculty, staff, students, and alumni are helping address COVID-19, sharing web-based learning and mentoring for campus innovators, and providing information on financial resources for researchers, startups, small businesses, and job seekers.
Do you know of an entrepreneurial resource that we’ve missed? Drop us a line and we’ll add it to this page.
Upcoming Program Dates & Deadlines
Wednesday, June 3 @ 2pm: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook: How to Survive the COVID-19 Crisis and Thrive Beyond It with Dan Olszewski of the Wisconsin School of Business. Learn more and register.
Wednesday, June 10 @ 4pm: Wisconsin’s Food Supply Chain: what’s working, what isn’t, and what opportunities are emerging to shape the future? Part of the WARF Entrepreneurons COVID-19 webinar series. Learn more and register.
Anytime: Contact the Small Business Development Center for one-on-one assistance. Request a consultation.
Campus Innovators Address the COVID Crisis
Additional COVID Resources
Virtual mentoring, online courses, and archived webinar recordings for innovators.
Information on COVID research funding, small business relief, and other economic support for startups and job seekers.