Event Calendar

Sep5

Join us for an overview of the portfolio of programs, resources, and services that the Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies offers all University of Michigan students.

Sep5

Recognized as a leader in entrepreneurial education, the University of Michigan is the only academic institution in the country to run five student venture funds simultaneously, providing a unique experiential learning opportunity to students.

Sep6

Join us to learn about the application process and program overview of the Zell Lurie Institute's Social Venture Fund for undergraduate and graduate Ross and dual degree students.

Sep6

Zell Startup Lab is a venture-building program at ZLI. Fellows are entrepreneurially minded graduate students (primarily MBAs) selected through a competitive interview process. Fellows focus on the evaluation and commercialization of technology and ideas developed by University of Michigan innovators and potentially join the startup team.

Sep7

Learn about the application process and program overview of the Zell Lurie Institute's Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund for Ross graduate students. The Fund is a pre-seed investment fund established to identify and accelerate the commercialization of great ideas generated within the university community and the surrounding area. 

Sep7

Join us to learn about the application process and program overview of the Zell Lurie Institute's Social Venture Fund for undergraduate and graduate Ross and dual degree students.

Sep7

Innovation in entrepreneurial funding at the university began in 1997, when the Ross School of Business pioneered the first student-led venture fund in the nation, the Wolverine Venture Fund. Join us to learn about the application process and program overview of the Zell Lurie Institute's Wolverine Venture Fund for Ross graduate students. 

Sep7

Learn about the application process and program overview of the Zell Lurie Institute's Zell Lurie Commercialization Fund for Ross graduate students. The Fund is a pre-seed investment fund established to identify and accelerate the commercialization of great ideas generated within the university community and the surrounding area. 

Sep7

Innovation in entrepreneurial funding at the university began in 1997, when the Ross School of Business pioneered the first student-led venture fund in the nation, the Wolverine Venture Fund. Join us to learn about the application process and program overview of the Zell Lurie Institute's Wolverine Venture Fund for Ross graduate students. 

Sep11

Join us for an overview of the portfolio of programs, resources, and services that the Zell Lurie Institute for Entrepreneurial Studies offers all University of Michigan students.