The Makerspace Team
Kat, Jude, Eli, and Mike welcome you to the Hinderlie Hall Makerspace (open 7 days a week)
The Innovative History Podcast
Now in its second season, the Innovative History podcast investigates how emerging technologies influence the study of History. Join Fulton Bryant-Anderson and Dr. Mike Halvorson as they discuss music, augmented reality, and more!Listen
Explore new ideas about innovation, creativity, and design thinking with faculty experts.
Innovation minors come from a variety of backgrounds, including Art, Business, Economics, & Computer Science.
Sustainability and Innovation: An Interview with Mariken Lund
An Innovation Studies student explains how she started ELSK the StudioRead the Story
Creativity for Life
Study how innovation works–then do it!
Courses in the Innovation Studies minor teach fundamental skills like design thinking, collaboration, and building an entrepreneurial mindset. You then form teams and develop your own solutions to contemporary problems and strategic opportunities.
The program also prepares students to tell a unique story about their college experience to future employers. Each course emphasizes critical thinking and the skills that organizations most want from graduates. Think of the minor as a toolkit with essential business and problem-solving skills that will enhance your core proficiencies and apply those skills to the real world.
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