Stanford Entrepreneurship Network

The Stanford Entrepreneurship Network (SEN) is a working group of university programs and student groups offering opportunities for the Stanford community to learn and explore various aspects of entrepreneurship.

Stanford’s entrepreneurial ecosystem is rich and diverse, with deep ties to Silicon Valley and regions around the world. As such, our university’s entrepreneurial activity is decentralized, flourishing through the work of students, faculty, and staff engaged in events and initiatives for the Stanford community. We invite you to learn about our member organizations below.

Member Organizations

Graduate School of Business (GSB)

School of Law

  • The Stanford Center for Legal Informatics (CodeX)

Multidisciplinary

  • Gendered Innovations Lab
  • Stanford Makerspace
  • Bridging Education, Ambition & Meaningful Work (BEAM)
  • European Entrepreneurship & Innovation
  • Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (d.school)
  • Stanford mediaX
  • Stanford Center on Longevity
  • The Precourt Institute for Energy (PIE)
  • TomKat Innovation Transfer Program
  • Woods Institute for the Environment

Technology Transfer

  • Office of Technology Licensing (OTL)

Humanities

  • Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR)

Stanford Affiliated

  • Stanford Angels & Entrepreneurs (SA&E)
  • Cardinal Ventures
  • StartX

School of Engineering (SoE)

  • Emergence
  • Stanford Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE)
  • STVP - The Stanford Engineering Entrepreneurship Center

School of Medicine

  • Biodesign
  • School of Medicine Career Center
  • SPARK

STANFORD GLOBAL STUDIES

  • US-Asia Technology Management Center (US-ATMC)

Student Groups

  • Affiliated Stanford Entrepreneurial Students - Global
  • Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students (BASES)
  • CS + Social Good
  • Graduate School of Business (GSB) Entrepreneur Club
  • Stanford Energy Club (SEC)
  • Stanford Law & Technology Association (SLATA)
  • Stanford Social Entrepreneurial Students’ Association (SENSA)
  • Stanford Healthcare Innovations in Future Technologies (SHIFT)
  • Stanford Student Space Initiative (Stanford SSI)
  • Stanford Women in Business (SWIB)

 

Events

Contact SEN

Stanford-affiliated groups may join SEN by contacting Eunice Lee.