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Wichita State University – Department of Biomedical Engineering

Outstanding Entrepreneurial Achiever 2018

The Shocker New Venture Competition 2018 

  • First Place

  • Healthcare Innovation Award

  • Trade Show Finalist

Boeing Company

Award of Excellence and Best of Show, 2018

 

The Learjet Award of Excellence, 2018

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Exhibitor – Eureka Park at CES 2019

Women's Business Enterprise National Council

 - 2019 Student Entrepreneur Program

Hughes Foundation

- CEO Global Pitch Competition Finalist 2018

We’re winning in more than one way!

 

Tammy Dorsey, Prenatal Hope Founder and CEO was selected to participate in the 2019 Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) Student Entrepreneur Program. VivO2, the first non-lacerating fetal oxygen detection device placed second in the student pitch competition, winning $6,000 in grant funding.

 

The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council Student Entrepreneur Program (WBENC SEP) is a premier startup program that fosters growth for the next generation of women-owned businesses. Aspiring collegiate female entrepreneurs studying in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) or Business receive mentoring from some of the most successful Women's Business Enterprises and America's largest Fortune 500 companies while also participating in a tailored entrepreneurial curriculum, a pitch competition awarding $20,000 in seed capital and experiential learning through off-site visits to Women's Business Enterprises, corporate campuses, and accelerators.

Featured in STEAM Magazine Summer/Fall 2019

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