As a top-notch research institution devoted to changing the world, The University of Texas at Austin believes it's critical to foster the entrepreneurial spirit that runs deep in all of our colleges and schools. And that's why we've found dozens of ways to educate our student entrepreneurs, encourage local startup community engagement, support tech commercialization, and serve as an intellectual hub for pioneering research and enterprise. Our cutting-edge programs, resources, events and opportunities have helped to establish UT Austin as an essential engine of the booming innovation and knowledge economy, and we're proud to be at the forefront of the intersection between higher education, innovation and entrepreneurship.
Kendra Scott Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute
The Kendra Scott Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute works to strengthen the next generation of courageous, creative female leaders who will change the world — in business and beyond.
Enterprising program led by award-winning Professor of Innovation Bob Metcalfe, Entrepreneur-in-Residence Ben Dyer, and Specialist of Computer Science Joshua Baer, fostering interdisciplinary startup innovation for undergrads, faculty and tech leaders.
Austin Technology Incubator
Helping startups compete successfully in the capital markets through an extensive network of mentors, advisers and investors.
Texas Innovation Center
Provides the resources needed to transform new ideas and discoveries into startup companies that successfully access the marketplace, preparing innovators to succeed in a global economy.
Linking technology, entrepreneurship and education to advance the theory and practice of entrepreneurial wealth creation.
Herb Kelleher Center for Entrepreneurship
Developing new knowledge, successful entrepreneurs and visionary innovative leaders. Great ideas are worth exploring, and we strive to be a place where those ideas — and the people who conceive them — can flourish.
Office of Technology Commercialization
Connecting faculty innovators and inventors with commercialization investors and partners.