The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, a private foundation dedicated to fostering entrepreneurship and innovation recently awarded Carnegie Mellon University with $100,000 for the school's commitment to helping commercialize student created innovations and nurturing young entrepreneurs. CMU was one of only three schools to receive the award. The money will be used to support CMU's Project Olympus Commercialization Fellows Program, a new business incubator designed to help connect young entrepreneurs to the resources they need.
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