The John P. Lowth Entrepreneurship Center is a model entrepreneurship space incorporating state-of-the-art design elements to enhance creativity, inquiry, introspection and innovative thinking and learning. It brings together student entrepreneurs, educators and experienced entrepreneurs to generate, refine and develop business concepts and to launch new ventures. This unique space includes:

  • Inspiration center – includes work stations, a pop-up pitch area and two think pods
  • Pitch room – a tiered space designed for presenting business ideas
  • Contemplation loft – an area for reflection and creative ideation
  • Executive seminar room – a tiered room that seats 84
  • Collaboration kitchen – a place to eat, relax and devise new ideas; features colorful wall displays of current and former students’ successful ventures
  • Spartan accelerators – four large spaces for student entrepreneurs to work on their startups
  • Masters suite – dedicated space for masters students to work on their projects
  • Community incubator – a live learning lab for up to nine early-stage community businesses
  • Video conference room – features a circular window with electrochromatic glass that can switch from transparent to opaque for privacy
  • Resource center – offers printed and electronic information about entrepreneurship and new venture creation
  • Entrepreneur-in-residence office – for visiting entrepreneurs who are coaching and mentoring UT students
  • Venture capital suite – for individuals who can help students as mentors and connectors to funding
  • Faculty and staff offices
  • Board room
  • Lobby – includes touch-screen videos and information panels
  • Outdoor terrace – offers views of the city and Hillsboro Bay

Lowth Entrepreneurship Center Map

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