Read about the START-UP BootCamp Blast!

This fun, interactive session covered topics such as how to recognize an opportunity, how to put together a venture model, how to figure out the financials, and how to promote your product or service.

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Be Inspired... to Solve Societal Problems

Wake Forest law student Lhens Vilson is dedicated to increasing the quality of living in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Read more about his venture here!

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Be Inspired...to Make a Difference

Brittani Chavious, MDiv '15, created a venture that changes the way young girls see themselves. HerSpace, Inc. provides programming that builds self-esteem, self-awareness and leadership skills.

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Be Inspired... Cool Stuff

What happens when a biology professor and a computer science professor link up? What happens when nature inspires innovation? What happens when a team of people think creatively about how to solve a problem? COOL STUFF.

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Be Inspired...Think outside the box!

If you could change one thing on this campus what would it be? Do you hate standing in line at the Gym? Sophomore Tommy Vater identified a pain point on the Wake Forest campus and is working on an app to fix it!

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ICE Program Offers Practical Resources and Support

“Entrepreneurship at Wake Forest was basically living and walking the path of Pro Humanitate with practical feet . . . That’s what Wake Forest offers through the ICE program, the practical resources and also the emotional support and encouragement that allows students to connect their passion, skills and a vision to something that can support and elevate the communities they are a part of.” -- Rosita Najmi, ‘04

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WFU students will be graded for staging music festival

DashPop – whose name is derived from the famous dash that united Winston with Salem – is the creation of a new yearlong entrepreneurship class at WFU that challenges students to put on an actual music festival. Professor Len Neighbors said the festival, slated for March 27-29, will feature a variety of artists of various genres. Folk/country and R&B/Hip-Hop will be most emphasized. The acts will perform at outdoor stages and inside downtown clubs. The festival will be free, though there will be a small fee for after-hours events.

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WFU Alum and Mother co-author Children's Book

Laura Bullins Lough (‘07) along with her Mother-in-Law Dianne Lough (WFU Stores and Education Department) are excited to announce the upcoming publication of their illustrated children’s book, The Story of the Unique Sheep.

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Follow CICE on Instagram!

CICE is now on Instagram! Follow for exciting events and opportunities! Username: cice_wfu.

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Celebrating 10 Years of Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship

This is a year of celebration as it marks the 10th year of Wake Forest University’s commitment to education and opportunities in innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship to all students. This 10-year milestone provides the occasion to highlight the achievements of the past and to envision the potential of the future. Throughout the year we will be hosting events that shine a light on our accomplished students and faculty. Homecoming provided the first opportunity to celebrate!

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Be Inspired...to Improve People's Lives

Junior Jake Teitelbaum's venture delivers local, quality food to customers' doorsteps. Read more about Teitelbaum's mission to make the local food movement more accessible.

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Students Put Pro Humanitate into Practice

Computer Science students develop a device that allows a physically challenged man to live his dream.

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New Entrepreneurship Scholarship Available!

NEW SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLE to an undergraduate students beginning in 2015! Orton Merit Fund for Entrepreneurship In Recognition of Wake Forest’s ongoing commitment to provide educational opportunities in entrepreneurship to all students, the Program for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship is pleased to announce the Orton Merit Fund for Entrepreneurship. Thanks to the generosity of Lisa and David Orton, this Scholarship carries a value of $10,000 per year for two years and will be awarded in recognition of a student’s outstanding leadership in entrepreneurship. Click the photo for more information.

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Ideas Worth Spreading! THIS WEEKEND!

Check out the TedXWakeForestU teaser video and join us on Saturday!

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ICE News  

#WhatIsDashPop

What if you had the responsibility of putting on a multi-day event that would draw people from your entire community and beyond? How about a music festival? Sounds incredible, right? Well, a group of Wake Forest students is prepared to tackle the unimaginable. Len Neighbors’ year-long ESE 301: Arts Entrepreneurship trial course has one goal: Put on a music festival that honors and represents the history of Wi
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Design Thinking: The Future of Academia

Groundbreaking sculpture professor, David Finn, is building new ways to tie together entrepreneurship and the arts here at Wake Forest. “We do design work that involves design thinking and iterations of plans, prototypes, drawings and schemes,” Finn explains. He is currently in the development process of two brand new design courses being offered in spring 2016. These innovative art courses, which will be
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TedX is this Weekend!

For more information on speakers and tickets, please click here.
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What You Didn’t Know About Becoming an Entrepreneur

Nancy Lublin, the founder of Dress for Success  and DoSomething.org, brought her wit and humor to an audience of aspiring entrepreneurs on Feb. 3. Lublin created Dress for Success in her New York City apartment as a means to help people get started in this country and reclaim their destinies. She encourages everyone to take risks when young, such as seeking out Donald Trump for advice and marching up to his apar
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