Leveraging Student Ingenuity to
Cultivate a Campus Culture of
Innovation, Entrepreneurship and
Community Engagement
Katie ...
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Orientation Fall 2015
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LIBRARY CHARRETTE @UMD
ignite a culture
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Launch National
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Activate Spaces Reimagine the...
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National Academy of Engineering
Deshpande Symposium,
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University Innovation Fellow
University of Georgia
Cultivating Student
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Student Entrepreneurs
Thr ough Student - led Ec onomic D evelopment
Brandon Nolte
University...
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Engineering
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Communication
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A C ur r ic ulum - bas ed Appr oac h to Ec onomic
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EMPATHY
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CONTEXTUAL
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ENTREPRENEURIAL
SPIRIT
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Pyromania
Ig n itin g Ec o n o mic D e ve lo p me n t
Bre Przestrzelski
University Innovatio...
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Light ‘em up.
universityinnovationfellows.org
epicenter.stanford.edu
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Opportunities Assessment 10 mins
Introduction 5 mins
Stories of Change 15 mins
Q&A 10 mins
M...
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5 Minute Challenge
Reflect on the projects you just heard about
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20 Minute Mission
Now is the time to ideate! How might
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UEDA 2015 Annual Summit - 9/28 - Leveraging Student Ingenuity to Cultivate a Campus Culture of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement

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Administered by the NSF-funded National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter, directed by Stanford University and VentureWell), the University Innovation Fellows program empowers students to cultivate campus ecosystems supporting innovation, entrepreneurship, and community engagement. Fellows across the U.S. collaborate with faculty, staff, and university / industry leaders to create makerspaces / incubators, develop design thinking workshops, and provide unique, community-centered experiential learning opportunities for their peers to graduate with skills to compete in a 21st century economy. This student-led panel will expose UEDA stakeholders to unique ways Fellows are engaging with university-based economic development and how university leaders can sponsor Fellows on campus.    
Katie Dzugan, University Innovation Fellow alumnus, Southern Illinois University and Epicenter UIF program
Rachel Ford, University Innovation Fellow, Georgia Tech
Shalin Jyotishi, University Innovation Fellow, University of Georgia
Brandon Nolte, University Innovation Fellow, Southern Illinois University
Bre Przestrzelski, University Innovation Fellow, Clemson University

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UEDA 2015 Annual Summit - 9/28 - Leveraging Student Ingenuity to Cultivate a Campus Culture of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement

  1. 1. Leveraging Student Ingenuity to Cultivate a Campus Culture of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement Katie Dzugan, University Innovation Fellows Shalin Jyotishi, University of Georgia Brandon Nolte, Southern Illinois University Carbondale Rachel Ford, Georgia Tech Bre Przestrzelski, Clemson University
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  26. 26. UNIVERSITY INNOVATION FELLOWS Student Entrepreneurs Thr ough Student - led Ec onomic D evelopment Brandon Nolte University Innovation Fellow Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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  72. 72. UNIVERSITY INNOVATION FELLOWS Opportunities Assessment 10 mins Introduction 5 mins Stories of Change 15 mins Q&A 10 mins Main Activity 20 mins Report Out/Final Comments 10 mins Leveraging Student Ingenuity to Cultivate a Campus Culture of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement
  73. 73. UNIVERSITY INNOVATION FELLOWS 5 Minute Challenge Reflect on the projects you just heard about from the Fellows and define the value of students within economic development work in small groups of 8 or less participants. We will then call on a few volunteers to share.
  74. 74. UNIVERSITY INNOVATION FELLOWS 20 Minute Mission Now is the time to ideate! How might students enhance economic development in or near your campus and community? How will you take action when you return to your campus? Deliverable: After ideating in small groups, decide on the top two examples to share with the larger group and identify actionable steps you can take upon returning to your campus.

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