Loyola University Maryland

Simon Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Clubs and Activities

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The Simon Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship supports a variety of student leadership initiatives and clubs.

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

Club Description Contact
Cyber Security Club  This club aims to educate students about cyber security.  Sibren Isaacman 
Global Sustainable Business Club GSBC believes in the responsibility to care for our common home, locally and globally. By fostering a greater awareness of sustainability internationally and the role of business in effectuating positive change, we can demonstrate our commitment to global and sustainable business practices through academic, personal, and professional endeavors and choices.
Investment Club Hosting a virtual investment simulation game every semester through which members compete to show the highest returns. It also consists of weekly stock pitches to create a group portfolio to try and beat the Standard and Poor's 500 Index. Our vision is to make members of the Loyola Community more financially literate by educating about the basics of investing through current events and financial history.
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
Motorsports/BAJA A student-run engineering design team that specializes in designing, building, and racing off-road vehicles. Open to all students regardless of class year, major, or level of experience.

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
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.  Megan Olsen 

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Think wrong

Innovation and Entrepreneurship Blitz sparks outside-the-box ideas.