Want to dip your toe into aspects of entrepreneurship, innovation and design thinking? Are you looking for a structured approach to preparing your own idea for launch? Maybe you are ready to compete in a business plan competition. Whatever it may be, the H. Albert Napier RLC has you covered. A year-long stream of workshops, networking events, ideation sessions, and competitions, the H. Albert Napier RLC offers students an opportunity to spend as much (or as little) time as wished immersed in various aspects of entrepreneurship and innovation. No pre-requisite courses required.
The Lilie New Entrepreneurs Grant is a competitive grant awarded to incoming students who have demonstrated exceptional entrepreneurial potential.
Looking to work at a startup company for the summer? We offer opportunities to intern with startups in various entrepreneurial including New York, San Francisco, Chicago, and Houston for a 10 week paid program. Check out HANDSHAKE for available positions.
Lilie Lectures provide an opportunity for the exchange of questions and ideas between people who are innovating in many different contexts, and as such, often lead to new and shared insights.
A selective undergraduate student innovation collective. The Lilie Fellowship is designed to cultivate meaningful dialogue among students engaged in entrepreneurial, innovative, and experiential project-based learning both within and at the boundaries of different fields of study at Rice. Fellows are selected through a competitive portfolio process.
Rice University’s startup accelerator. OwlSpark provides a best-in-class opportunity for experiencing the innovation and entrepreneurial life cycle of tech-enabled startups.
Lilie brings together a network of experts with entrepreneurial experience in a range of fields and areas of specialization. The mentors are accessible to students in the development and advancement of their ideas.
Students and alumni have the opportunity to schedule 15 or 30-minute sessions with some of the Houston’s top entrepreneurs, VCs and attorneys through our Mentoring Hours program.
The OEDK and Lilie are teaming up to offer a limited number of Lilie-OEDK Maker Grants to undergraduate engineering students. Now, you can tackle an engineerig design challenge while also exploring the busienss potential of the solution. The award grants you access to OEDK materials as well as Lilie mentoring and guidance – build a product and a business plan.