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From Making to Entrepreneurship: The MIT Way


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In this photoessay, we explore how we embrace the MIT motto, "Mens et Manus" - which stands for "Mind and hand" - to make entrepreneurship and making accessible, learnable and fun for all students.

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From Making to Entrepreneurship: The MIT Way

  1. 1. FROM MAKING TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP THE MIT WAY: MENS ET MANUS Elaine Chen, Senior Lecturer and Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship; Founder & MD, ConceptSpring
  2. 2. “It is my senior spring and I want to take classes which allow me to be hands-on and learn skills in areas which I haven't learned through my major.” “I've spent the past 7 semesters learning abstract concepts and writing code, and I want to spend my last semester exploring the physical side of tech while working on hands-on projects that involve integrating physical things with electronics/software.” “During all my academic career, I've focused on simulation and theories. Now I want to learn the core spirit of MIT, Mens and Manus.”
  3. 3. MAKING MAKING NOT SCARY Accessible Learnable Fun
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  9. 9. FUN
  10. 10. THE AAM STORY
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  13. 13. MAKING ENTREPRENEURSHI P NOT SCARY Accessible Learnable Fun
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  15. 15. THANK YOU @chenelaine