Veale Faculty Entrepreneurship Fellowship applications open now

Applications for the Veale Faculty Entrepreneurship Fellowship are open now. Faculty members conducting innovative research are invited to apply. Those selected will work in a small cohort of like-minded researchers as they work on commercializing their research.

Fellows will have access to the following resources that will support their commercialization:

  • Seed funding to support translational activities such as market studies, prototype support, regulatory analysis, competitor analysis, patent support and more;
  • Professional development support;
  • Networking connections in the industry;
  • Relevant speakers and workshops; and
  • Relationships with faculty mentors who have a track record of successful technology commercialization.

Additionally, fellows will be featured on the Veale Institute website and work will be promoted across campus, throughout the region and to industry.

The deadline to submit applications is Jan. 14. 

If you have any questions, contact Albert Green, entrepreneur-in-residence at the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship, at or Umut Gurkan, the Warren E. Rupp Associate Professor at the Case School of Engineering, at