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August 8, 2014

Attention CMU graduate students!
Come meet the Carnegie Mellon CIE staff at the Graduate Student Resource Fair

 Tuesday, August 12
3:00 - 5:00 pm
University Center


Save the Date!
LaunchCMU Pittsburgh
Friday, October 3
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 
IN THE NEWS
Project Olympus PROBE Treatspace Receives $50K from Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse
Clinical social software venture, Treatspace, created to connect patients, providers, and practices to optimize patient engagement, won a $50,000 investment from the Pittsburgh Life Sciences Greenhouse after participating in the recent "Running With the Bulls" contest. The Project Olympus PROBE was featured in a recent press release
Sliced Investing Launches to Bring Hedge Fund Access to the Common Investor
Co-founded by CMU alumnus Akil Lodha, Sliced Investing is a cloud-based platform designed to make investing in hedge funds accessible, simple and transparent. As recently reported in TechCrunch, the team at Sliced developed a tool that connects accredited investors access to hedge funds who previously couldn’t meet the required minimum investment.
THE JAMES R. SWARTZ ENTREPRENEURIAL FELLOWS PROGRAM 
The James R. Swartz Entrepreneurial Fellows Program is taking applications for this year's cohort. Open to all incoming and current graduate students at the Pittsburgh and Silicon Valley campuses. 
UPCOMING LOCAL ENTREPRENEURIAL EVENTS

8/19           Pittsburgh Franchise Meetup
8/19           Health 2.0 Monthly Meetup
8/25           Pittsburgh AWS Meetup

Check out the CIE calendar 
REGISTRATION AND APPLICATION DEADLINES

ENTREPRENEURIAL OPPORTUNITIES

SCROLLMO LOOKING FOR JAVASCRIPT DEVELOPER
Mobile advertising company Scrollmo creates mobile web ads that grab attention without interfering with the user's experience by using a special ad format. There is a current opening for a Javascript developer in the Pittsburgh office. The ideal candidate will have at least three years of experience as a developer. 

SUPPORT A CMU ALUMNUS VENTURE
The goal of Epicurspicy, a food and drink product company cofounded by Carlos Freire, former Executive Director of CMU Portugal, is to develop products with bold flavors that are easy to prepare. The family-owned startup is seeking to market their delicious cocktail collection in the US. Join the funding campaign to help bring Epicurspicy's delicious cocktail mixes into a market near you. 

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Carnegie Mellon University Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
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