Reflecting on 2016
I’ve become a huge fan of reflection as a fundamental tool in learning. However, as I reflect on 2016 at the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, it’s not the lessons that stand out, but rather the people that I’m thankful to have shared the year with. . .
Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016

Go where the problems are
In every entrepreneurship program in every university, there are thousands of students struggling to come up with an idea for a new venture. Most will look for opportunities to solve problems in their own life. . .
Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016

Deep Water Farms
Paul Shumlich, a fourth year Bachelor of Business Administration student, burst on the scene by building a small greenhouse at the university. Driven by his passion for sustainability, Shumlich’s progress and determination has been nothing short of amazing. . .
Monday, Nov. 14, 2016

The Well Brewery
Quinn Wilton is a fourth year Bachelor of Arts student currently on the path to launching his first venture, a brewing company. While in an entrepreneurship class, Wilton was asked to come up with thirty ideas and research the top two. . .
Monday, Nov. 14, 2016

Green Cup
For any individual, tackling one of the world’s largest sources of waste can be a daunting task, let alone while simultaneously working towards your Bachelor's Degree. For Emily Bartlett and Ozzy Lang, giving up or making excuses was not an option. The problem: coffee cup waste. . .
Monday, Nov. 14, 2016

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