TEDxWakeForestU is February 20!
The fifth annual TEDxWakeForestU will be held on February 20, 2016 in Wait Chapel. Click here to register and learn more about this year's speakers!
Austin Evers, Executive Director ofAustin Evers is a senior BEM major and Entrepreneurship and Social Enterprise minor from Atlanta, Georgia. Evers explains, "Through TEDx, I have learned what it means to engage students, faculty, staff, and community members in meaningful dialogue and to encourage them to think beyond the walls of our campus and city limits.”
Apply for a Summer Entrepreneurial Fellows Grant!
Don't pass up a great internship opportunity just because it is unpaid! The ICE Summer Entrepreneurial Fellows Program has a limited number of grants available (up to $3,000) to all current undergraduate students. Click here for information and the application. Applications due April 11, 2016!
Loopey Laces Featured in Her CampusTommy Worcester and Tim Collis, the founders of the newest Greek accessory to hit Wake Forest's campus, were recently featured in a Her Campus article about the origins of the sorority shoelace. Read more here.
February 9, 2016
By Allison Pennington, Communications Intern, Center for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship “Our vision for SHS is to have a presence in all areas where there is an economic disparity. We will expand our efforts to identify sources of gently-used materials that are being discarded simply because there is not an efficient way to find a… Read more »
Ed McLaughlin, author of The Purpose is Profit, Answers Students’ Biggest Questions about Becoming an Entrepreneur
February 8, 2016
By Allison Pennington, Communications Intern, Center for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship On February 2, 2016, Ed McLaughlin, a successful entrepreneur, executive, author, and investor visited Wake Forest to host an E-Lab entitled “Becoming an Entrepreneur.” During his presentation, McLaughlin answered many questions that young entrepreneurs face, including: Why do people become entrepreneurs? When is the… Read more »
February 5, 2016
By Allison Pennington, Communications Intern, Center for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship Thanks to the help of Dr. Angéla Kóczé and the students in her Women and Entrepreneurship: Innovation, Sustainability, and Social Responsibility class, El Buen Pastor Latino Community Services was recently awarded a grant for $24,500 from The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem. During the 2015… Read more »
February 3, 2016
By Allison Pennington, Communications Intern, Center for Innovation, Creativity and Entrepreneurship In 2012, Wake Forest senior Lucy Lan organized the first TEDxWakeForestU conference in an effort to promote technology entrepreneurship here at Wake Forest. In the last five years, the annual conference has brought dozens of renowned speakers to campus to share their knowledge and… Read more »
January 29, 2016
By Allison Pennington, Communications Intern, Center for Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship “I believe that everyone is an entrepreneur – it’s just not often made conscious or encouraged in the classroom. My goal is to release the inner entrepreneur within each of my students through this class.” –Dr. Ulrike Wiethaus, Professor, Department for the Study of… Read more »