Engineering Faculty Entrepreneurs are in the vanguard of technology commercialization at ASU. Join Us.
As a current or aspiring Engineering Faculty Founder, you have several startup pathways to choose from. As illustrated below, you have several pathways to choose from. Entrepreneurship + Innovation @ Fulton are most excited to support those who aim to HIRE the lead entrepreneur, as well as those who strive to TRAIN the lead entrepreneur. If you are willing to consider these, or other, tech spinout pathways, please contact any of our E+I @ Fulton leaders to get started!
Become the lead entrepreneur
Prof. Paulo Shakarian
Hire the lead entrepreneur
Prof. Julie Liss and
Prof. Visar Berisha
Train the lead entrepreneur
Prof. Mariana Bertoni
License the technology
Prof. Michael Kozicki
Innovation Corps | I-Corps
ASU’s I-Corps Site provides training, coaching, and financial support to catalyze faculty and graduate student efforts toward becoming successful I-Corps innovators.
Fulton Entrepreneurial Professors Program
The Fulton Entrepreneurial Professors Program supports the translational efforts of faculty, particularly related to technology and product commercialization and the formation of new companies.
Fulton Schools Faculty and Researcher-led Startups + Invention Disclosures
Innovation is on a fast track in the Fulton Schools as more than 450 faculty and researchers focus on transforming ideas into solutions. Check them out.
With the help of SkySong Innovations, ASU’s tech transfer arm, many Fulton innovators turn their inventions into impactful startups.
New Economy Initiative
The New Economy Initiative supports the development of five Science and Technology Centers (STCs) at ASU that will position Phoenix and Arizona for national and global leadership in the New Economy.
Science and Technology Center (STC) Entrepreneurial Fellowship Program
Science and Technology Center (STC) Entrepreneurial Fellowships enable postdoctoral scholars to grow ventures that are commercializing ASU deep technology that has emerged from programs supported by the Arizona New Economy Initiative (NEI).