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Technology Entrepreneurship Initiative
Baylor

The TEI program at Baylor University offers a ground-breaking series of cross-disciplinary courses in technology entrepreneurship for both engineering and business students - capped by a real world consulting engagement in the U.S. or China with one of our Innovators

Texas A&M Health Science Center – Baylor College of Dentistry
Lynne Opperman, Ph.D., FAAA
President-Elect, American Association of Anatomists Professor, Biomedical Sciences Director,
Technology Development

Phone: 214 828-8134
lopperman@bcd.tamhsc.edu

Texas A&M University-Commerce
Grady Price Blount, Ph.D.,
Professor of Physics and Dean,
College of Science, Engineering & Agriculture (CoSEA)

Phone: 903-886-5781
grady_blount@tamu-commerce.edu

University of Texas at Arlington
Dan Himarios
Dean College of Business

Phone: 817-272-2881
Himarios@uta.edu

University of Texas at Arlington
Erian Armanios
Interim Dean, College of Engineering

Phone: 817-272-2571
Armanios@uta.edu

University of Texas at Arlington
Pamela Jansma
Dean, College of Science

Phone: 817-272-3491
pjansma@uta.edu

University of Texas at Arlington
Barbara Peet
Director, Career Services

Phone: 817-272-2932
peet@uta.edu

University of Texas at Dallas
Jerry Alexander
Assistant Dean for Student Development
School of Engineering and Computer Science

Phone: 972-883-4373
jerry.alexander@utdallas.edu

University of Texas at Dallas
Lisa Garza
Associate Director Career Services

Phone: 972-883-4349
lgarza@utdallas.edu

UNT Discovery Park
University of North Texas

3940 North Elm
Suite A-160
Denton, TX 76207

Phone: (940) 369-7033
discoverypark.unt.edu/

Discovery Park Mission is to expand economic development opportunities for North Texas and UNT through strategic collaborations and technology commercialization. Key Objectives include: Develop regional, statewide, national and global partnerships to increase opportunities for IP innovation and commercialization. Promote interactive and multidisciplinary research, education, and training that benefits students, faculty, and community Develop broad and far-reaching public-private partnerships Support teaching and research of STEM (science-tech-eng-math) disciplines Participate in regional economic development initiatives that promote technology innovation in Texas Support UNT’s goal of interdisciplinary collaboration between internal colleges, faculty and research clusters Foster technology transfer and create and retain start-up companies

Venture Development Program
University of Texas at Dallas

800 W. Campbell Road
SM43
75080

Phone: (972) 883-5990
innovation.utdallas.edu/iie-VentureDevelopmentProgram1.php

The Venture Development Program of the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at UT Dallas (IIE) is an important component of the university’s technology commercialization program, and serves as an initial point of contact for external firms seeking to establish relationships with the university and its faculty and researchers.

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