Read about the latest from the Technical Entrepreneurship Program!
TE'17G Andrew Doumith, Business Development Manager at ACT
TE'17G Andrew Doumith (right) and his brother TE'19G Alex Doumith (left)
What does a Master's Degree in Technical Entrepreneurship look like?
Entrepreneurial Ideas Abound
David Bougard, TE'19G and David Pulsifer, TE'18G part of UBMe
Hansen Liang (right) discusses his enhanced gaming mouse, dubbed “Trigger,” at Lehigh University’s Technical Entrepreneurship Venture Fair.
Duheng "Hansen" Liang presents Omniarc, his "trigger" vertical video gaming mouse, during a technical entrepreneurship venture fair Friday on the Lehigh University campus. A panel of eight judges awarded him top prize.
People’s Choice Award went to Yabo LLC (Max Mastbaum ‘18 TE‘19G, Tom Macon ‘19, and Dario Sabadussi ‘19), a mobile platform that enhances the in-dining experience by making paying a restaurant bill or closing a bar tab quicker, easier and safer.
Alum combines engineering, entrepreneurship skills in role with whale conservation nonprofit
TE Alums Ali Almasi TE'16G and Briana Gardell TE'15G
TE'13G Jessie Garcia nominated for 2019 Product of the Year!
Will the advent of Freebowler leave the throwdown specialists jobless?
The one-of-its-kind machine that was launched a few months ago doesn’t require any batteries, cords or electricity ports and is portable.
Professor John Ochs reflects upon four decades of teaching innovation at Lehigh
New leadership for key Rossin College initiatives focused on student learning
John Ochs, founder and director of Lehigh's Technical Entrepreneurship (TE) program and director of the professional master's program (M. Eng) in Technical Entrepreneurship, will retire this year after 40 years at the university.
It was during her graduate studies (Masters of Engineering, Technical Entrepreneurship) that she invented Goblies, which has gone nationwide.
Briana Gardell, founder and CEO of Mezzimatic LLC, started making her Goblies Throwable Paintball and Play Paint products based on an idea she had from a homework assignment for her technical entrepreneurship course at Lehigh University.
TE'16G Pratheek Palanethra gives a demo of how the Freebolwer Superthrower works.
Things changed when the mechanical engineer from RV College of Engineering, Bengaluru, went to the US in 2015 to pursue his master’s in Technical Entrepreneurship at Lehigh University, Pennsylvania.
“There are a thousand reasons why most startups fail. With a proper education and supportive environment, young entrepreneurs can improve their odds for success.”—John Ochs
...a company that's revolutionizing sports medicine and diagnostics with impact sensors for helmets used in high impact sports
Does your office have a pterodactyl hanging from the ceiling?
Tozuda Impact Sensor is a tamper-proof impact sensor product designed to attach to any helmet or headgear and alert sideline to impacts
Isaac Wellish, TE'18G, founder of Coclaire Industries, explains how noise levels damage hearing.
Lehigh University’s one-year Technical Entrepreneurship (TE) master’s program, which helps student entrepreneurs create, refine, and commercialize intellectual property through the licensing or launching of a new business.
TE '15G Briana Gardell, CEO of Mezzimatic LLC, in Bethlehem, invented Goblies Throwable Paintballs.
Gardell developed a product called Goblies -- paintballs you throw by hand -- while she was in the Technical Entrepreneurship masters program at Lehigh.
Tozuda LLC CEO Jessie Garcia, TE'13G, with shows her company’s non-electric, red-dye based head-impact sensors before and after a substantial blow.
Justin Jacobs and Pratheek Palanethra both TE'16G
Rob Lombino, TE '17G, works as a yoga instructor.
A revolutionary approach to curriculum design puts students in the driver’s seat.
Jessie Garcia, TE'13G, “If it's red, check your head.”
2017 Award of Excellence in the Innovation Category
Jessie Garcia, TE '13 graduate and Founder - Tozuda, LLC.
TE Capstone Team SolTech Solutions makes the news!
Lehigh’s Award-Winning Technical Entrepreneurship Capstone program
Learn how to get a Masters degree in 11-months!
Pratheek Palanethra, TE'16G, Freebowler | Cricket Bowling Machine | Non-Electric Training Equipment (India)
Technical Entrepreneurship: 11:00-11:45 am (EST)
2015 TE Capstone Student, Dylan Cayto: This super-light titanium folding lock has a few advantages over your standard U-lock
Jordan Inacio, TE'17G, poses with the working, ornamental Lehigh doorknob that he recreated in his Lehigh Methods in Prototyping, Modeling and Testing technical entrepreneurship graduate class. Registration now open!
The 30-year-old singer has reportedly invested in a green tea company, because why not?
Mariel Pica, TE '16G, Project Manager, MatchaBar LLC
Author Marc de Vinck is a professor in the Master of Engineering in Technical Entrepreneurship Program at Lehigh University.
Ali Almasi, TE '16G, Success with Zaffrus
Master's of Engineering in Technical Entrepreneurship '16G, Ali Almasi
Ali Almasi, TE '16G, Owner/Manager of Almas Foods International
Graduating TE students display their venture
Lisa Glover, TE '14G, inventor of Kit-Rex
TE '16G Briana Gardell growing in the Lehigh Valley
Expert, John B. Ochs, Ph.D., offers insight into starting a business in a small city
Briana Gardell's (TE '16G) Goblies makes a splat in the New Products section
TE '16 Graduates, Justin Jacobs and Pratheek Palanethra in the news again!
A revolutionary approach to curriculum design puts students in the driver’s seat
2015 TE Masters Graduate, Steve Boerner's Hatch House, in the news again!
2015 TE Masters Graduate, Steve Boerner, makes front page of the Delaware Business Times!
Dylan Cayto's, 2015 TE Capstone student and current Lehigh Senior, success with Altor!
Dr. Michael S. Lehman, Professor of Practice
TE Capstone Sponsor Makes CNN News
TE 2016 Masters Graduates, Justin Jacobs and Pratheek Palanethra
Pierce Gaynor of UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School and Chris Ruhl of Lehigh University are second recipients of this prestigious award
Known for Innovating in the World of Entrepreneurial Education
Lehigh Proves Fertile Ground for New Crop of Toy Inventors