The Harold Frank Engineering Entrepreneurship Institute gives you the opportunity to bring your entrepreneurial dreams to life! The institute offers a unique opportunity to experience how innovation moves from idea to sustainable realization, and gives you the tools to pursue your ideas. Working in interdisciplinary teams, you will learn to manage uncertainty, design, perfect your presentation skills, work with real fiscal and technical constraints, and develop technologies to solve real problems. The Harold Frank Engineering Entrepreneurial Institute has an international reputation and is recognized with the prestigious Kaufman award.
Sophomore students with demonstrated initiative and a desire to have impact with their career are encouraged to apply.
The three-semester program includes:
- 3-Week Summer Program – Visit San Francisco, a center of innovation & product development
- 12-Week Internship
- Entrepreneurial Courses and Activities
- “Technology Ventures” Course
- WSU TEDx
April 14, 6-7:30 PM
Frank Innovation Zone
Come for pizza and and learn more about the Harold Frank Engineering Entrepreneurship Institute at the FIZ, ground floor of Dana Hall.
Apply to the Institute
Applications accepted March 13, 2015 to April 24, 2015.
Include cover letter, current résumé, unofficial transcript, and at least two letters of recommendation.
Deliver or email applications to:
Dr. Howard Davis
Dana Hall 143
PO Box 642713
Pullman, WA 99164-2713
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