Loyola University Maryland

Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Clubs and Activities

3D printer, robotics club, and student working on laptop

The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship offers a variety of ways for students to get involved:

Also consider joining a student club focused on innovation and entrepreneurship!

Club Description Contact
Blogging Club  Provides support of the start-up and the upkeep of a blog and/or website.  Including; online content creation, social media engagement, and monetization and self-branding.  Mitchell Tropin 
Cyber Security Club  This club aims to educate students about cyber security.  Sibren Isaacman 
Makers’ Club  Educating students interested in engineering and design about the proper use of machining tools, and applying knowledge to hands-on projects.  Yanko Kranov

Robotics Club

Encouraging students and faculty to discuss, prototype, and test robots that they choose to create on their own or with others. David Hoe
Sellinger Entrepreneurship Association An association that provides students the ability to employ and cultivate their entrepreneurial passions and interests through the use of real-world case studies, events, internships, and startups. Benjamin Hunt
Women in Technology Club  Creating a community for women who have educational and career goals in technology, as they are underrepresented in the computing fields. Building interest in computing and fostering passion and learning within the field for a younger generation of women.  Dawn Lawrie;
Megan Olsen 
York Road Students Association (YRSA)  Actively engaging students in the wider community along the York Road Corridor, developing a sense of community.  Marie McSweeney Anderson 



Bill smiles in portrait photo in front of Alumni Chapel.
Faculty Expert

Combining service and entrepreneurship

Bill Romani, Ph.D., entrepreneur in residence, hopes to expand innovation and entrepreneurship at Loyola through academic programs.