Students who win the competition can receive from $250,000 to $2 million in funding for their venture.
The University of Maryland placed fifth in the nation for undergraduate entrepreneurship in rankings released earlier this month.
Hosted by the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship at this university’s business school, Terp Marketplace highlights student small business ventures.
Hosted by the Dingman Center of Entrepreneurship, Global Entrepreneurship Week allowed student entrepreneurs at this university to learn from leaders in their fields.
Chang will take over for Julie Lenzer, who held the position for the past five years.
ROOTS Africa and Chat Health have won $5,000 each to improve social issues.
The panel was a part of a speaker series held by the American Marketing Association at this university.
D'vash Organics, which was co-founded by University of Maryland alumnus David Czinn, landed a deal with one of the largest date product manufacturers in the world earlier this year.
Women of color have been the driving force of the growth of women-owned businesses over the past decade.