Partnering with USC Business School students

Partnering with USC Business School students

February 8, 2021

Does your lab have any projects that could use some help? Would you like to have a group of business school students work with you and provide feedback on the technology? The University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business wants to partner with you!



Technology transfer and commercialization are key facets of the business school curriculum, which presents a great opportunity for federal labs to explore the market potential of their technologies. You’ll end up with a top-notch presentation about your technology, as well as a commercialization report. Last year, a group of students licensed an Army invention and have successfully launched the product.



As part of the FLC Facilitate pillar, we are working to build the network of prospective partners for federal labs and expand opportunities to bring technologies from lab to market. This type of public-private partnership with motivated students is a low-risk chance to explore commercialization possibilities while providing valuable hands-on tech transfer experience for a new generation of entrepreneurs.



If your lab is open to working with students, please contact Corin Hindenach at [email protected] and she’ll get you connected!