Co-Founders of Codeup to talk Thursday night during a fireside chat with Geekdom Cofounder Nick Longo at Geekdom Events Center.

The third annual San Antonio Startup Week is taking place this week at various venues downtown.

Events run Monday through Friday. The sponsors include 80/20 Foundation, Geekdom, USAA and Trinity University.

A full schedule of events can be found on the San Antonio Startup Week website

San Antonio Startup Week features presentations, panels, workshops, and events hosted at Geekdom and other sites around town. The events are free, but registration is required.

Monday’s highlight featured a talk in the morning between Entrepreneur Graham Weston and Taylor Eighmy, president of the University of Texas at San Antonio, moderated by Lorenzo Gomez, on UTSA’s 10-year plan to develop its presence in downtown San Antonio. Weston recently donated $15 million to UTSA to create a School of Data Science and a National Security Collaboration Center downtown.

On Tuesday morning, USAA presents Breakfast of Champions: Leveraging Gender Diversity for Financial Gain at the Geekdom Events Center. The panel features Kerry Rupp, co-founder of True Wealth Ventures, Marina Gavito, Business Development Director with USAA, Cat Dizon, executive director of Alamo Angels, and Robin Laine, co-founder of Transect.

Also on Tuesday, in the afternoon, at 2 p.m. Lorenzo Gomez is interviewing Amy Nelson, Chief Executive Officer at Venture for America at Pinch Boil House & Bia Bar.

On Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m., Leslie Bohl, former TV anchorwoman, is doing a talk on how to reach your audience through the media at Weston Urban Pop Up at 120 E. Houston.

Also on Thursday evening, the Cofounders of Codeup: Michael Girdley, Chris Turner and Jason Straughan will speak with Geekdom Cofounder Nick Longo in a fireside chat at the Geekdom Events Centre.

On Friday, the week’s events culminate in a big party to celebrate Geekdom’s 7th birthday at the Weston Centre starting at 5 p.m. with drinks, food and lots of fun.