Addressing societal health and the environmental/social/economic determinants of health is a new frontier of entrepreneurship to improve global and public health at scale. In this hybrid seminar-based and experiential course, you will learn about the scientific and economic challenges and opportunities for innovating in these areas. You will also design solutions and ventures aimed at tackling specific societal health problems. Our instructors and guest speakers are inspiring innovators and leaders in the fields of entrepreneurship and health.

Instructors: Afshar, P. (PI) ; Baniasadi, N. (PI)

Instructors: Afshar, P. (PI) ; Baniasadi, N. (PI)
Faculty Principal Investigator (PI) Required?: N/A

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Participate in Stanford's Big Earth Hackathon challenge on wildland fires by finding an innovative solution to wildland fire prediction, prevention, and/or evacuation. Students work in self-organized diverse teams of 2-4 students in weeks 1-8, with a final presentation of the work on...
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The challenges associated with climate change and sustainability are seemingly ubiquitous throughout the broader entrepreneurship, venture, and innovation ecosystem today. But is entrepreneurship for climate and sustainability really unique? In what ways is it different from other forms of entrepreneurship? This seminar course, only open to members of the current Mayfield Fellows, Accel Leaders, Threshold Ventures Fellows, and Xfund Fellows.