Lectures in Faculty Entrepreneurship

LIFE is a lecture series designed for Princeton faculty innovators across all disciplines. These regularly scheduled sessions will discuss different important aspects of entrepreneurship and innovation in the natural sciences, engineering, social sciences, humanities and the arts.

The series features leading experts in the field of startup creation and covers topics such as legal incorporation, funding strategies, effective team-building and product-market fit.

Missed a lecture? Members of the Princeton University community can watch previous LIFE sessions in Canvas (NetID required).

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Past Lectures

When to spin your innovation off-campus
LIFE | Non-Dilutive Funding from New Jersey to Support Your Startup
LIFE | Employee Equity Grants: How to Avoid Early Mistakes That May Cost You Dearly Later
LIFE | Assessing the Market Potential of Your Technology: I-Corps at Princeton
LIFE | Team Building and Product/Market Fit
LIFE | Startup Funding - From Pitch Deck to Investment Structuring
LIFE | Funding your Startup