On-demand virtual learning is a great way to get started with an introduction to entrepreneurship on campus, because courses can be taken anytime that is convenient for you. This page primarily lists non-credit programming. To explore the range of UW–Madison academic programming related to entrepreneurship, consult guide.wisc.edu.
This interactive online class will help you explore your business idea and assess your entrepreneurial readiness as well as identify your own strengths and weaknesses as a business owner.
This micro-course provides an introduction to the types of patents and patent concepts, the anatomy of a patent, and the patent process.
How do you wear multiple hats as a university researcher when working with companies, launching a startup and navigating multiple collaborations? This interactive session – led by Andrew Norman, senior university legal counsel at UW-Madison – helps demystify how to manage multiple engagements and opportunities to work with different partners.
WARF’s Stephanie Adamany and campus experts Brian Fox, OVCRGE; Robert Gratzl, Research and Sponsored Programs; and Andrew Norman, Office of Legal Affairs discuss what constitutes a conflict of interest, how these are managed and how to balance your outside activities with your campus commitments.
Industry partners can advance your discovery by helping with prototyping, scaling, proof of market viability and more, but how do you develop a successful collaboration?
The Center for Technology Commercialization's (CTC) "CTC Sparks" series provides information on funding available to move new technologies and products forward from agriculture, manufacturing, education and more!
Showcasing the great work of the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF) and UW–Madison. In this video gallery, you can explore past programs and events, learn more about WARF and its impact on innovation and entrepreneurship, and see first-hand UW–Madison research making a difference in the world.