Data tracking, predicting the weather, and planting sensors: Peter Traverse of Crozet, VA is not your mother’s farmer.
HackCville’s annual New York City Startup Trip brings dozens of University of Virginia students to NYC to explore the startup scene and startup job opportunities.
2013 U.Va. graduate Lauren Hargarten works for Udemy, a San Francisco based start-up, that helps “anyone anywhere learn anything.”
The Entrepreneurship Group partnered with entrepreneurship students at VCU for the Richmond Startup Trip in March 2014. Students spent the day touring local startups and meeting with founders.
We sat down with Rob Daley, founder of 4moms, to talk about his time at UVA, his motivations, and what’s next for 4moms.
Startup Weekend EDU was held in Charlottesville from Nov. 14-16, calling all those interested in education and technology to form teams, pitch their ideas, and build solutions in just a weekend.
Draped in a fur coat and donning a pair of sunglasses, Malcolm Jones (CLAS ’08) is as creative and animated as his fashion sense would suggest.
The Charlottesville Startup Trip continued the following Saturday at the HackCville clubhouse where the students got a chance to exchange ideas and share their own experiences with their school organizations.
On Friday, September 26, passionate students from 5 Virginia universities visited WillowTree Apps, Borrowed & Blue, Apex Clean Energy, Vibethink, and Mudhouse Coffee to explore the Charlottesville startup scene and expand their entrepreneurial reach.
On September 26th and 27th, students from five top universities will descend on Charlottesville to explore its thriving startup scene as part of the first ever Charlottesville Startup Trip.