The Lenore Blum Innovation Fund, named in honor of the founder of the Project Olympus Incubator Program, provides support for initiatives promoting diversity within the program. Project Olympus bridges the gap between cutting-edge university research and economy-promoting commercialization for the benefit of our communities.
REUSE brings undergrads from other universities to CMU for the summer to do research with our world-class faculty members. The goal is to have maximum impact on the students that participate, many of whom are under-represented in our field.
A gift in support of the MSIT in Privacy Engineering helps the program continue its tradition of teaching students who aspire to play a critical role in building privacy into future products, services, and processes.
Project Olympus provides startup advice, micro-grants, incubator space, and connections for faculty and students across campus and with the wider regional, national, and global business communities. We help students, faculty, alumni, and staff turn their cutting-edge research and great ideas into startups.
Established in 2018, the Raj Reddy Fund for Artificial Intelligence supports research and education in artificial intelligence (AI) and related areas in the School of Computer Science. The fund may support faculty (including professorships), students (including fellowships and scholarships) and other programs.
The Olympus Spark Grant Fund helps Olympus student startup projects kick-start their business ideas. Every semester, students submit proposals and pitch their ideas to investors, with winning projects going on to receive funds. The funds are provided by charitable gifts from alumni and other community donors.