In order for the Dyer Center to compete with best practice institutions, it must offer a blend of curricular, co-curricular, and experiential offerings. As the Center grows and evolves, support is needed to enhance the distinctiveness of the program.

Identified fundraising priorities include financial resources to fund:

  • Internships at start-up companies
  • Visiting instructors and entrepreneurs-in-residence
  • On-campus and intercollegiate student competitions
  • A summer accelerator
  • Social impact project support
  • Travel funds
  • An endowed lecture series

Give to the Dyer Center

To learn more about funding and volunteer opportunities at the Center contact:

Yusuf Dahl
Bradbury Dyer III ’64 Director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
(610) 330-3339