Nominations for the 2020 Tiger Entrepreneur Award are being accepted until this Friday, September 25th. The award is designed to celebrate the value of entrepreneurship and innovation across the Princeton community and to emphasize the University’s commitment to Entrepreneurship the Princeton Way.
The 2020 Tiger Entrepreneur Award will be presented at the Celebrate Princeton Innovation reception on November 5, 2020.
Eligibility: Eligible candidates are Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students, or alumni holding a degree from any Princeton University undergraduate or graduate program after January 1, 2015. Up to three (3) eligible candidates can be nominated together as one (1) team candidate. The nominee must be in good standing with the University, as determined by the Office of the Registrar, the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Students, and/or the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School.
Students/alumni interested in the award must be nominated by a Princeton University faculty or staff member, student, alum, or may nominate themselves. An eligible candidate can approach potential nominators to seek a nomination.
History: Read about our previous winners:
- 2019, Natalie Tung '18, co-founder of HomeWorks Trenton
- 2018, Alex Lorestani *17 and Nick Ouzounov *15, co-founders of Geltor; Vaidhy Murti '15, co-founder of Friendsy, founder of Wit
- 2017, Angelo Campus '16 and Aaron Schwartz '17, co-founders of BoxPower; Jack Hudson '16, Evan Corden '16, and Colin Lualdi '17, co-founders of Sign School; Steph Speirs *14 and Stephen Moilanen *14, co-founders of Solstice; Brooks Powell '17, founder of Thrive+ (now called Cheers Health)
For more information and to make a nomination, see the Tiger Entrepreneur Award homepage.