The McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship offers a variety of co-curricular activities to augment your academic experience.
The Student Entrepreneurship Association, based out of the University of Arizona's McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship, is dedicated to connecting UA students from all colleges and encouraging entrepreneurial activities within and outside of the campus community.
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Join McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship faculty and partners as they bring entrepreneurship topics to life through the lens of pop culture and society. McGuire Innovation Talks is a new fun and informal series every other Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at iSpace, Science-Engineering Library, room 212. McGuire Innovation Talks are free and open to the public, and UA students from all fields of study are invited to attend!
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The McGuire Innovation Expo is an annual gathering of the Tucson entrepreneurial ecosystem. The event takes place in the Spring on the UA Mall by the Student Union and showcases local startups, alumni ventures, organizations that support the entrepreneurial community, entrepreneurial education offerings from across the UA, McGuire Entrepreneurship Program new venture teams, and more.
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The McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship partners with Tech Launch Arizona (TLA) to participate in the Innovation Corps (I-Corps) program, a National Science Foundation-funded initiative designed to prepare scientists and engineers to expand their focus beyond the laboratory and increase the impact of basic research. The purpose of I-Corps is to identify intellectual property with the greatest potential for social and economic impact and move it toward commercialization.
Learn more: I-Corps