TE Program in the news


  • Why is there a velociraptor on the White House lawn?, Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation, June 22, 2015
    Technical Entrepreneurship grad Lisa Glover '13 '14G reflects on her experience being invited to the White House to kick off National Week of Making.

  • National Maker Faire - Come check us out! (video), MAKEMagazine.com, June 13, 2015
    Marc de Vinck, professor in the Technical Entrepreneurship master's program and Lehigh University's Dexter F. Baker Professor of Practice in Creativity, reports live from National Maker Faire in Washington, D.C. - and even gets chased by a familiar cardboard dinosaur (created by Technical Entrepreneurship graduate Lisa Glover '13 '14G).

  • There is a dinosaur on the White House lawn right now, Vox, June 11, 2015
    Lisa Glover '13 '14G, Technical Entrepreneurship grad, was invited by the White House to participate in the launch of National Week of Making, including a photo shoot on the White House lawn in the dinosaur costume she created in the TE program, and participating in the Week of Making launch event filmed in the White House press briefing room.

  • New live/work space for young entrepreneurs coming to Wilmington, Technically Delaware, May 15, 2015
    TE student Steve Boerner '15G expands his Hatch House entrepreneurship living venture to Delaware.

  • A Budding Builder, Playthings Magazine, May 2015
    Lauren Villaverde '14 '15G, Technical Entrepreneurship student, is featured in toy industry magazine for her 3D puzzle toys that help children develop spatial and STEM skills.

  • Want to stand out in cap and gown? Decorate the mortarboard, The Associated Press, April 28, 2015
    Technical Entrepreneurship graduate Lisa Glover '13 '14G decorates her mortarboard with a mini cardboard dinosaur before graduating and helming her Kit-Rex company.

  • Hatch House invites students to live, grow, launch, Lehigh University News Center, April 27, 2015
    Steve Boerner '15G, Technical Entrepreneneurship grad student, launches innovative live/work model for young entrepreneurs.

  • 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.

  • From undergraduate student, to graduate student, to staff. My story of how Lehigh worked, and didn’t work, for me. Our Lehigh, April 1, 2015
    Chris Kauzmann, Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate '13, Master's in Technical Entrepreneurship '14G, Staff, Alumnus shares his path to entrepreneurship.

  • 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.

  • Architrep hatches DIY dinosaur kits in Allentown, Keystone Edge, March 26, 2015
    Lisa Glover, using a process called Industrial Origami, creates dinosaur assemblies for kids. Expecting to raise funds to sell only a few hundred, Glover sold close to 5,500! The startup’s latest product, a Pterodactyl kit, with a three-foot wingspan has already exceeded its Kickstarter goal.

  • 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.

  • 3 secrets to building billion-dollar apps, Linkedin Pulse, Feb. 18, 2015
    Lehigh Technical Entrepreneurship alum Brian Hanley ’13 ’14G shares tips for developing top apps.

  • 8 innovative ways to build a million-dollar business today, Linkedin Pulse, Feb. 12, 2015
    Lehigh Technical Entrepreneurship alum Brian Hanley ’13 ’14G urges prospective entrepreneurs to change the game by exploiting untapped market niches.

  • 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.




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The university's Creativity & Innovation Lab - a space for Technical Entrepreneurship students to develop ideas into prototypes and projects - opened in 2012.