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  • Replicable, scalable model for engaging students in E&I that produce opportunities that go beyond what’s currently available at their institutions. <br /> Students as part of the solution: University Innovation Fellows NETWORK, PEER SUPPORTED ENVIRONMENT FOR DRIVING CAMPUS CHANGE <br /> No new curriculum development; engage students in real-time to implement strategies <br /> Organizing the demand side. Train change agents with knowledge, leadership skills and network to address strategic ecosystem gaps with volunteer teams. <br /> High level view of the range of impacts: from holding a 1,000 person TEDx, to teaching arduino and raspberry Pi workshops, to building out a maker space <br /> Students conduct and share landscape assessment and develop a workplan based on their passion and the level of support for it <br /> -Students take ownership over gaps and address them with solutions – with an eye towards lasting institutional impact - like you will hear in a moment… <br /> -Documented; Added to library of offerings <br />

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  • University Innovation Fellows Humera Fasihuddin NCIIA, Epicenter January 16, 2014
  • Students As Partners… • To help address Department’s emerging priorities. • As able to organize around their passion and interest. • As potential emissaries of I&E, able to attract other students to courses and programs (peer to peer marketing). • Engaging in extra-curricular and co-curricular activities that demonstrate a demand for I&E to potential partners, alumni and funders. University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM 2
  • Activating Students For Rapid Impact Focus students on the task of enhancing the Innovation Ecosystem with the goal of creating lasting institutional impact. Pictured Above: UI Fellows at Stanford E-Week February 2013 University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM 3 epicenter.stanford.edu
  • Expanding Network of Student Leaders 60 to be trained this academic year: Fall and Spring Cycle Valerie Sherry, University of Maryland College Park Michael Tantum, Wake Forest University Terrence Agbi, Polytechnic Institute of New York University Chen Cui, University of Iowa Andrew Dalman, North Dakota State University Derek Dashti, Tulane University Mary Wilcox, Arizona State University Tempe Nathan Smialek, University of Pittsburgh Brian Rhindress, University of Pittsburgh Christopher Woodward, Western Michigan University Randy Stockman, Florida Institute of Technology Dean Tate, Texas A & M University Graham Leslie, Texas A & M University Yifan Ge, Bucknell University Ellery Addington-White, Beloit College Jennifer Mayo, Oklahoma State University Katelyn Stenger, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Nolan Nicholson, University of Nevada, Reno Breanne Przestrzelski, Clemson University Brittany Wouden, Washington State University Vancouver Mridul Bhandari, Pennsylvania State University Viviana Tran, Washington State University Ian Hamilton, Purdue University Peter Hollender, Duke University Jeffrey Ackerman, Purdue University Gregory Wilson, University of Georgia Andrew Batz, Virginia Commonwealth University Benjamin Johnston, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Karuna Relwani, University of Pittsburgh Elliot Roth, Virginia Commonwealth University Jared Karp, University of California Berkeley Adam Eastman, University of California Berkeley Blake Marggraff, University of Washington St. Louis Kevin Mobolade, Mercer University Alexandra Halbeck, Tufts University Tyler Salem, University of Central Florida Sean Maroni, North Carolina State University Kinshuk Mitra, Ohio State University Isaac Sanchez, University of Texas Austin Jack Goodwin, University of California San Diego Scharang Phadke, Cooper Union Fletcher Richman, University of Colorado Boulder Tayler Swanson, Rochester Institute of Technology Lucas Arzola, University of California Davis University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM 4
  • Six Week Online Experiential Training Hands-on Assignments, One-Hour WebEx Two Cycles: Spring Deadline February 10th Fall Deadline ~September 22nd Students Present Their Findings Learn from one another Get real-time feedback and analysis Ongoing Peer Network + One-on-one Coaching Attend OPEN & Pre-conference Day @Google Headquarters Fellows University Innovation dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM 5
  • Technology + Innovation + Entrepreneurship Students trained to think critically about… 1) National ‘Strategic Resources’, 2) Current Campus Activities, & 3) UI Fellow ‘How To’ Strategies Sweet Spot University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM 6
  • 1) National ‘Strategic Resources’ Match based on campus and individual. Meet, Learn, Write-up & Present University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM 7
  • 2) Current Campus Activities …Five Phases of a students journey through campus resources to become smart about I&E University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM 8
  • 3) UI Fellows “How To” Strategies Student-led Strategies for Change on Campus University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM 9
  • How To Guides @ Wiki http://www.universityinnovation.org University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM 10
  • Landscape Canvas: Student Point-ofView Not as many ways to become introduced to I&E PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM Lots of support for early ideas Not a University Innovation Fellows lot of ways to strengthen dreamdesigndeliver.org success of ventures 11
  • Gaps, Recommended Strategies, Action Plan University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM 12
  • WebEx Communities of Practice: Meet regularly, share ideas and best practices, invite speakers, etc. Team Team Awareness Awareness Team Team Skills Skills Building Building Team Team Eureka Eureka Team Team Venture Forth Venture Forth University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM 13
  • dreamdesigndeliver.org/apply University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM 14
  • North Carolina State University University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM
  • University of Pittsburgh University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM 16
  • University of California Berkeley University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM
  • Thank you! @ EpicenterUSA facebook.com/EpicenterUSA bit.ly/epi-email epicenter.stanford.edu epicenter@ stanford.edu PATHWAYS TO INNOVATION PROGRAM University Innovation Fellows dreamdesigndeliver.org