Henry R. Kravis Award for Entrepreneurship
The Annual Henry R. Kravis
Concept Plan Competition
This is a competition for students and alumni of the Claremont Colleges who think they have what it takes to be an entrepreneur
2013 First Prize Winner
Professor James Mills (right) confers the 2013 Henry R. Kravis Award to Miles Bird (center) and
Demetri Monovoukas (left) at the Drucker School of Manangement, CGU
Students Miles Bird, Claremont McKenna College; Demetri Monovoukas, Harvey Mudd College; Collin Hill and Aaron Goldstein, University of Pennsylvania.
The Life Patch System is a small, non-invasive real-time patient temperature monitor. The electronic patch (still under development), would adhere to a person's neck and measure body temperature. It would wirelessly send data in real time to a mobile phone or other computer device, eliminating the need for frequent checks with a conventional thermometer on young, ill, or elderly patients.
The team emerged with the idea for the patch when Hill needed to regularly monitor his own body temperature while receiving treatment for Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
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DNA of Dating
Joe Roberts (CGU)
Yousef Abed (CGU)
Abdullah Murad (CGU)
Crispaul Obana (CGU)