Prior Session: 110 students from 8 colleges and universities.  See below for more photos.

WHAT. A number of progressive schools have collaborated to push the educational envelope beyond theory to experiential learning in entrepreneurship.

 

WHEN.  The accelerated course is offered in the  Spring.

 

WHERE. Preparatory work will take place at each participating school.  All students will then meet in central locations to form interdisciplinary teams to refine the most promising concepts during three Saturday sessions.

 

ELIGIBILITY. Students from any discipline (business, engineering, science, design, liberal arts, medicine, and law) attending a Connecticut college or university.

Concept Ideation and Team Formation

 

Preliminary classroom work will guide students through the processes of IDEATION and FEASIBILITY ANALYSIS:  the art and science of identifying problems and creating sustainable solutions.  

 

Any students may present a concept for a new product or business to be developed during the course.  

 

Students from all participating schools will join forces on three Saturday sessions to form interdisciplinary teams to work on ideas as selected by consensus.

 

See 2-minute Video for professor comments. 

 

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