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A pot of rice became the catalyst for a new SDSU student-run business.
Fowler College of Business student Chad Vardas has been working on technology to help mitigate anxiety disorders and other conditions.
SDSU entrepreneurs presented their startups at the San Diego Innovation Council Showcase.
MUFG Union Bank is supporting the ZIP Launchpad in an effort to increase startup ideas from women majoring in STEM disciplines.
An artificial intelligence platform developed by SDSU students has the potential to make grading more efficient.
Two SDSU students created a startup company through the Zahn Innovation Platform Launchpad with the goal of feeding impoverished areas.
SDSU student Eric Birkemeier is making waves as an entrepreneur in the skating world.
The SDSU engineering graduates started the company through the ZIP Launchpad.
SDSU students investigate ways to increase the use of mass transit and electric vehicles.
SDSU students develop their business ideas in the Zahn Innovation Platform Launchpad.
The award is presented by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.
SDSU students launch a new cold brew coffee aimed at active sports enthusiasts.
Student entrepreneurs pitched their business ideas to win cash prizes at the annual competition.
San Diego State University has integrated entrepreneurship across many facets on campus.
The 5th Annual Zahn Challenge features nearly two dozen student companies.
An SDSU entrepreneur has launched a new product to help college students manage stress
The Zahn Innovation Center is now the Zahn Innovation Platform Launchpad.
This year's Zahn Challenge winners are working toward a system that detects Multiple Sclerosis.
The Moxie Foundation was named San Diego’s Outstanding Philanthropic Organization for 2015.
The SDSU WebPortal serves admission, enrollment, and registration needs across campus.
The fourth annual Zahn Challenge is open to SDSU alumni.
A team of SDSU entrepreneurs came up with an idea to help keep skateboarders safe when the sun goes down.
Hundreds of students have received a head start on their ideas.
Each student was tasked with developing an app -- However, for two students, this was more than just a class project.
News 8 shares the success stories of a few enterprising millennials in San Diego.