Texas State U-San Marcos Adopts UMBC's Activate Program for Women-Led Startup Companies | GenomeWeb

Texas State University-San Marcos said last week that it has adopted a program originally developed at the University of Maryland-Baltimore County to help women entrepreneurs form companies around university-developed technologies.

The program, called "Achieving the Commercialization of Technology in Ventures through Applied Training for Entrepreneurs," or Activate, will recruit women with technology-development or business experience and provide them with entrepreneurial training and support over the course of a year.

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