Three Engineering Businesses Work Out of Bedell Entrepreneurial Learning Lab

Three Engineering student groups are part of the UI's Bedell Entrepreneurial Learning Laboratory ( this academic year.

They are:

  • Spectator, with Jon Myers, John McCullough, and Brandon Kiefer, is a tech company focusing on sports apps.
  • Fuel Enterprises, with Nickolas Miller, is an engineering design firm focused on researching, developing, patenting, and ultimately pitching or manufacturing mechanical innovations while helping aspiring inventors pursue ideas.
  • Golf Grip Project, with Dustin VanDiepen, is a project that will help to get ride of hook and slice out of a golf swing.

The Bedell Entrepreneurship Learning Laboratory (BELL) is a business incubator for entrepreneurial students pursuing the creation of a startup while attending the University of Iowa. Individual students and teams in the program receive a dedicated office space in the remodeled 10,000 square-foot facility, enabling them to concentrate on developing their business concepts.