UChicago Startups Win Funding

Four University startups, ranging in focus from healthcare to education to computer technology, recently received a total of $406,000 in funding from the University Innovation Fund, which supports University-affiliated projects.

"The Becoming Effective Learners Project has developed a survey to study how non-cognitive factors impact a student’s learning. The survey will help collect data about how these factors work together and how they affect learning in different classroom settings, according to Camille Farrington, a researcher for the project."—The Chicago Maroon