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Under Armour teamed with Corprenect to invite innovators, whether they be students, alumni, researchers, faculty or startups, to submit ideas for solutions that positively impact the company's sustainability. More >>

Mtech and UMD partners launched a new Startup Guide for faculty and graduate student entrepreneurs that takes them step-by-step through the process of creating a venture based upon UMD-originating innovations, from feasibility assessment to establishing a sustainable company.  See the Startup Guide online >

The Maryland Industrial Partnerships (MIPS) program offers funding for collaborative R&D projects that pair university faculty with Maryland companies for developing technology products. Products benefiting from MIPS, including the protocols for HughesNet, North America's largest consumer satellite Internet network, have generated more than $30 billion in revenue and added more than 6,000 jobs to the state.

The University of Maryland's Master of Professional Studies in Technology Entrepreneurship, offered through Mtech and the Office of Extended Studies, pairs an enriching academic experience with the skills and relationships of our world-class start-up incubators at the #1 public university in technology entrepreneurship.

The mission of the Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute (Mtech), a unit of the A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland, is to:

  • Educate the next generation of technology entrepreneurs;
  • Create successful technology ventures; and
  • Connect Maryland companies with university resources to help them succeed.

Mtech has built a comprehensive entrepreneurship and innovation ecosystem at the University of Maryland. Its programs arm top students from around the world with the knowledge of how to successfully launch companies and guide aspiring and existing entrepreneurs through the entire lifecycle of launching and maintaining technology-based ventures.

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