Innovation on display at LV Hack, WFMZ-TV69, April 10, 2015
Technical Entrepreneurship graduate and entrepreneur Lisa Glover '13 '14G works on custom toast-printing idea at Lehigh Valley hackathon.
Make your own dinosaurs at home with Kit-Rex, WFMZ-TV69, March 28, 2015
Lisa Glover '13 '14G, Technical Entrepreneurship aluma, joins the Sunrise Crew to demo her new wearable cardboard dinosaur designs.
The process: Lisa Glover on Making Paper Dinosaurs, Kickstarter, March 26, 2015
Lisa Glover '13 '14G, TE alumna, delves into the process of making her dinosaurs, from the start to her current stages.
Moving at warp speed, Resolve, March 23, 2015
Students gain real-world experience and hard-to-find technological knowledge and skills that employers are increasingly seeking thanks to the Wilbur Powerhouse and Lehigh’s numerous collaborations with industry.
Marc de Vinck: Don’t Celebrate Failure, EDUCAUSE, March 23, 2015
Technical Entrepreneurship Professor Marc de Vinck, Dexter F. Baker Professor of Practice in Creativity, talks about what it means to celebrate and not celebrate failure. [Video]
Saucon Valley High School has its own 'shark tank,’ The Express-Times, March 1, 2015
High school students pitch ideas and research startup markets; advised by Lehigh University Technical Entrepreneurship graduate student Jake Puzycki ’14 ’15G. (Photo)
Toy Fair 2015: Briana Gardell, BeTerrific! Live Show, Feb. 27, 2015
Live from International Toy Fair 2015, Lehigh University Technical Entrepreneurship master’s student Briana Gardell ’14 ’15G joins the BeTerrific Toy Fair 2015 Live Show to talk about the process it took to bring her toy idea to life.
Toy Fair 2015: KitRex Velociraptor, BeTerrific! Live Show, Feb. 27, 2015
Live from Toy Fair 2015, Lehigh University Technical Entrepreneurship master’s degree alumna Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G joins the BeTerrific Toy International Toy Fair 2015 Live Show to show the Kit-Rex velociraptor, a 3-foot-long dinosaur-shaped puzzle craft.
Collegiate toymakers visit nation’s top toy industry events, Constant Contact, Feb. 10, 2015
TE students Lauren Villaverde '14 '15G, Briana Gardell '14 '15G and TE alumna Lisa Glover '13 '14G network at International Toy Fair and Women in Toys banquet.
Entrepreneur house created to aid students in business start-up, The Brown and White, Feb. 2, 2015
Hatch House, an off-campus residence founded by TE master's student Steve Boerner '15G, is an entrepreneurial hub undergoing renovations for a resourceful environment for student entrepreneurs.
Origami dinosaur maker finds success through Lehigh Valley’s resources for entrepreneurs, Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation, Jan. 27, 2015
With local support from Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship class, Ben Franklin TechVentures and Allentown Bridgeworks Enterprise Center, Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G has become successful with her company, Architrep. (Video)
First Generation Fashion: The culturally aware blog to follow in 2015, Forbes, Jan. 15, 2015
Daniela Kucher ’13 ’14G, graduate of Lehigh University’s Technical Entrepreneurship program, passionately and successfully launches a fashion blog that covers culture and fashion. Stories from real women, first-generation Americans living in NYC.
Bethlehem resident to open shared live-work space for entrepreneurs, The Express-Times, Jan. 2, 2015
Steve Boerner ’15G, graduate student at Lehigh University’s Master’s Degree in Technical Entrepreneurship, plans to open Hatch House in July, a house for people who eat, sleep and breathe entrepreneurship.
50 lessons: Be a student. Be an Entrepreneur: 50 lessons from Technical Entrepreneurship students who have lived it, taught it, tried it, failed, and succeeded:
Justin Jacobs '15G, Lehigh University, Founder of 65 Roses Guitar:
Lesson #10: Intuition vs. Intellect
Frank Capraro '14 '15G, Lehigh University, Founder of MAS (More Active Society):
Lesson #7: Learn to Fail with Grace
Steve Boerner '15G, Lehigh University, Founder of Hatch House Ventures, LLC & Student Entrepreneurial Blog:
Lesson#4 Pivot Early, Pivot Wisely
Entrepreneurs @ Lehigh University (Tumblr blog)
Lehigh Techical Entrepreneurship students and almumni featured in blog on Lehigh entrepreneurs' journeys for Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Creativity is a learned skill, Instructables, Nov. 28, 2014
"What if creativity could be learned?' ponders Sean Caverly ’15G, Technical Entrepreneurship student.
PieceMaker Factory: A glimpse into the future of toys?, MAKE Magazine, Nov. 22, 2014
A machine that prints custom, on-demand toys for whatever a child could want? Mark de Vinck, professor in Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s programs, gives the machine a test run.
Startup Weekend Lehigh Valley provides proving ground for nascent companies, Keystone Edge, Nov. 20, 2014
Second prize went to Connect Forward, a seven-member team led by Technical Entrepeneurship master's degree student Jake Puzycki ’14 '15G.
Students participate in global problem solving competition, The Brown and White, Nov. 9, 2014
With just an hour, 65 students in teams of two to four tackle the global issue of primary education for children around the world. Among the winners was Technical Entrepreneurship student Jake Puzycki '14 '15G.
7.5 Lessons about entrepreneurship from the Wizard of Oz, TEDx-LehighU, Nov. 5, 2014
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. In the light of the 75th anniversary of the classic American film "The Wizard of Oz," Technical Entrepreneurship professor Dr. Michael Lehman draws the parallel between the seven and a half key mottos that every entrepreneur should follow, and the yellow brick road that leads Dorothy and Toto in their adventure [Video]
65 Roses guitar raises money for cystic fibrosis, WFMZ-TV, Nov. 18, 2014
The guitar’s creator, Justin Jacobs ’16G, incoming Technical Entrepreneurship student, and Mary Ann Sofronie, from the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation tells us more about the cause
Got a Great Business Idea? Pitch It Website, The Wall Street Journal, Nov. 3, 2014
New sites offer a chance to get concepts critiqued-or possibly brought to profit. However, expert Michael Lehman, professor of practice in Lehigh University’s Technical Entrepreneurship program, warns inventors the cautions of sharing concrete ideas.
Theatre: Rhinoceros, Acumen: The magazine of Lehigh University’s College of Arts and Sciences, Fall 2014 issue
Technical Entrepreneurship graduate (pg 3) Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G collaborates with designer Erica Hoelcher to create shocking rhinoceros masks for Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortum.
idiopathic ridiculopathy consortium
Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G, a graduate of Lehigh University’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s degree program, is profiled in the playbill for a production of “Rhinoceros,” for which she designed 3D rhino head masks. (To view playbill, scroll down to “Idiopathic Intrigue” and select “Don Your Fringe and Let’s Rhino!” in the menu).
First Generation Fashion: The Most NYC Blog We’ve Seen All Day, Refinery29, Oct. 14, 2014
Daniela Kucher ’13 ’14, Eureka! Venture Series Competition Second Place Winner and Technical Entrepreneurship graduate, launches blog: First Generation Fashion and it’s featured on Refinery29!
‘Be the Dinosaur’ at Allentown’s Da Vinci teaches kids about Cretaceous Period life, The Morning Call, Oct. 12, 2014
Lisa Glover ’13 ’14, inventer of KitRex and TE master's graduate, is featured in exciting interactive exhibit about dinosaurs in Allentown!
26 DIY Halloween costumes you can create with cardboard, Mashable, Oct. 9, 2014
What can you create with cardboard? How about a giant dinosaur! Features designs created by TE master's alumna Lisa Glover '13 '14G.
Brancaccio, other experts discuss impact of DIY economy, Montclair State University, Oct. 4, 2014
Lehigh University’s Marc de Vinck, Dexter F. Baker Professor of Practice in Creativity and Technical Entrepreneurship professor, discusses the importance of creativity as well as the impact of a DIY economy as part of Montclair Entrepreneurship Meetup event. NPR’s Marketplace Morning host David Brancaccio moderated the panel, which also included Jules Pieri, co-founder and CEO of The Grommet and Jeff Wald, co-founder and COO of Work Market.
World Maker Faire 2014: Day 1 in Pictures, MAKE Magazine, Sept. 20, 2014
KitRex, created by TE alumna Lisa Glover '13 '14G, invades World Maker Faire!
Lehigh students share promise of 3-D printing with Good Shepherd Rehabilitation, The Express-Times, July 29, 2014
Lehigh University students Colleen Perry, Elena Ramirez, and Jeff Peisner reveal the possibilities of 3-D printing with prototype exoskeleton designs at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation. The team is advised by Technical Entrepreneurship professor Marc de Vinck.
Printing out a new type of medical technology, WFMZ 69 News, July 28, 2014
Video featuring Lehigh students and their hand exoskeleton designs for children who need physical rehabilitation. Part of Lehigh’s Mountaintop Experience, the team is advised by Marc de Vinck, professor in Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s program.
Lehigh students give Good Shepherd’s staff a lesson in 3-D printing, The Morning Call, July 28, 2014
Lehigh students Colleen Perry, Elena Ramirez, and Jeff Peisner show the Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network their 3-D printed exoskeleton designs that could help kids who have suffered from the loss of muscle control due to strokes, cerebral palsy and neuromuscular disorders. The team is advised by Technical Entrepreneurship professor Marc de Vinck.
Student success at the Baker Institute, Lehigh University News Center, May 27, 2014
Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G drew national headlines last fall due to her giant cardboard velociraptors.
Mountaintop 2014 moves ahead, Lehigh University News Center, May 21, 2014
Lehigh student and faculty entrepreneurs are involved in three Mountaintop Proejcts for Summer 2014: Klinx (line of toys for children with ADHD), Personalized 3D Printed Prosthetics for Children (customized and reduced-cost limb prosthetics, advised by TE professor Marc de Vinck), and LaunchBayC (accelerator nurturing student startups, advised by TE graduate Chris Kauzmann '13 '14G).
8 innovative ways to spark the next million-dollar business, Elite Daily, May 16, 2014
Brian Hanley ’13 ’14G, graduate of Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s program, shares his insights on how to build the next million-dollar company.
To teach and to learn, Lehigh Valley Magazine, May/June 2014
Features three Lehigh Valley professor-student partnerships – including “Encouraging a prehistoric business” – launched by Technical Entrepreneurship master’s degree graduate Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G.
Brrawwrn and white, LehighU Tumblr, May 14, 2014
Photos of TE student Lisa Glover’s limited-edition KitRex dinosaurs in Lehigh school colors.
Lehigh University students learn about small scale manufacturing with 3D printing, 3D Printing Industry, April 29, 2014
Technical Entrepreneurship master’s student Fred Carter ’13 ’14G made a video, featured in 3D Printing Industry, explaining what professor Dave Angstadt and Brian Slocum did for a case study of injection molding using 3D printed tooling.
Local inventor turns bike into beer wagon, The Morning Call, April 29, 2014
Lehigh graduate Jonathan Akers and his Dutch colleagues double $40,000 goal on Kickstarter to bring Fietsklik, an invention designed to turn ordinary bikes into small, foot-powered cargo vehicle, to the U.S. Akers will start Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s degree program in May.
KitRex: Googly-eyed life-size paper velociraptor costume, MAKE Magazine, April 27, 2014
Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G shows off her life-sized velociraptor costume made through Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s program and wows trailing children.
A dino ‘soar’ idea, Lehigh University News Center, April 25, 2014
Technical Entrepreneurship student Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G surpasses Kickstarter goal and raises close to $100,000 for her KitRex: the DIY 3D velociraptor.
Maker Faire aims to inspire creativity, build relationships, The Morning Call, April 24, 2014
Technical Entrepreneurship professor Marc de Vinck has co-produced the first Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire in hopes of encouraging the “maker” in all of us. The free event at SteelStacks in Bethlehem welcomes people of all ages to explore the magic of creativity.
Handmade items, creativity at center of Mini Maker Faire in Bethlehem, The Express-Times, April 23, 2014
Part of the misconception behind the first Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire is that it’s just for techies and people who can build robots. The Maker Faire unlocks creativity of any kind, for any age and any skill. And the challenge is getting people to accept that they are makers, says Marc de Vinck, professor with Lehigh's Technical Entrepreneurship master's degree program and an organizer of the event.
Look out! Herd of (cardboard) velociraptors to descend on Bethlehem, The Express-Times, April 22, 2014
Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G, a student in Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s program, took a Halloween costume to the next level when she created a life-size velociraptor costume out of cardboard
Lehigh University grad student, her origami dinosaurs to be featured at Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire,The Express Times, April 18, 2014
Technical Entrepreneurship master’s student Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G will be one of the featured makers in Mini Maker Faire.
Starting up PA – Lehigh University, Association of Independent Colleges and Universities of Pennsylvania, April 2014
Lehigh University Technical Entrepreneurhsip student Chris Hall ’13 ’14G featured in a spotlight on Pennsylvania private colleges and universities with progrmams to create entrepreneurs [full document].
Lehigh celebrates its young entrepreneurs, Lehigh University News Center, April 13, 2014
Twenty-eight students, including several TE students, honored at the Baker Institute’s annual Innovate! Celebrate! Awards dinner and “Innovation Alley” at Hotel Bethlehem on April 7.
Colleges now try to foster the entrepreneurial spirit, The Morning Call, April 12, 2014
Spotlight on outstanding Lehigh University student entrepreneurs - including TE students Keith Martin '13 '14G and Lisa Glover '13 '14G, Baker Institute’s programs, and Lehigh maker spaces.
Lisa Glover featured in LVTech Radio, LVTech Radio, April 11, 2014
Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G joins LVTech Radio to talk about her KitRex product and her successful Kickstarter project, which grew out of her work in Lehigh's Technical Entrepreneurship master's degree program.
Marc de Vinck featured on FOCUS program (video), WLVT-PBS39, April 11, 2014
Marc de Vinck, Dexter F. Baker Professor of Practice in Creativity and professor of practice in Technical Entrepreneurship, talks about the national Maker Movement and the upcoming Lehigh Valley Mini Maker Faire (April 26 at SteelStacks) on WLVT-PBS39′s FOCUS program, April 11, 2014.
Lehigh University graduate invents fingertip markers for children, disabled, The Express-Times, April 11, 2014
A Lehigh University graduate student’s idea puts creativity at children’s fingertips. Keith Martin’s finger markers are the product of Lehigh master’s program for Technical Entrepreneurship and more than six months of product development.
Lehigh-saurus? Student hits it big with dino-making kits, The Morning Call, April 7, 2014
Through online marketplace, Lisa Glover ’13 ’14G raises $68,000 to mass-produce toy dinosaurs.
Lehigh University Scenes From South Mountain, Lehigh Tumblr, April 2, 2014
Kimber-Lee Alston, a Lehigh University grad student in the Technical Entrepreneurship master’s pogram, has been working on a flower-dyed fashion line called Jolie Coquette.
Lehigh U. program gets national award, Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation, Jan. 14, 2014
Lehigh’s Master’s of Technical Entrepreneurship program honored by the University Economic Development Association as the best such program in North America for talent development.
New graduate program cited for talent development, Lehigh University News Center, Jan. 14, 2014
Lehigh’s Master’s of Technical Entrepreneurship program is honored by the University Economic Development Association as the best such program in North America for talent development.
8 innovative ways to get rich and build a million dollar business today, The Huffington Post, Jan. 13, 2014.
Eight things people can do to succeed in business, a post by guest blogger Brian Hanley ’13 ’14G, a student in Lehigh’s Technical Entrepreneurship master’s degree program.
Can entrepreneurs be made or are they born?, South Brunswick Patch, Jan. 9, 2014
South Brunswick native and TE student Frank Capararo '14 '15G finds out as he takes part in week-long entrepreneurial immersion.
Lehigh’s New Master’s in Entrepreneurship Wins N. American University Honors, KeyStone Edge, Nov. 7, 2013
Lisa Glover ’13 and her TE assignment, Gigantic Origami Dinosaur (video), LehighU Tumblr, Nov. 7, 2013
Lisa Glover ’13 '14G TE's Jurassic Halloween, LehighU Tumblr, Nov. 7, 2013
“Victory Lap”: Students Take Advantage of Fifth Year at Lehigh University, The Brown and White, Oct. 31, 2013
Lehigh TE Program Finalist for UEDA Talent Development Award, University Economic Development Association, Oct. 22, 2013