Gamifying Student Engagement
After Georgia State’s Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund and Georgia Tech’s Create-X, the KemNu team is tackling student engagement on campus and online. Read more.
The 12 selected grantees are inspiring young leaders and innovators focused on tackling some of society’s most difficult challenges with responsible products, services, and solutions appealing to individual consumers and corporations. A GSU alum, Dia Davis (B.B.A. ’19) and a GSU student, Nicole Toole (B.B.A. ’22) selected by WBENC – learn more.
When asked, what role does Georgia State play in your entrepreneurial journey? The team responded, by connecting us to local resources and workshops offered by the school. It also let us connect with other likeminded students who may be doing things similar to us so that we can work and find solutions for our industry. Read their full spotlight.
Jennifer Sherer, Director of Entrepreneurship & Innovation Institute shares with the Business RadioX host the details of the second cohort of Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund (MSESF) – listen to the full radio interview.
This fall, Georgia State’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute collaborated with Georgia Tech’s Office of Undergraduate Education for Student Innovation and Research to host a virtual workshop series designed for student and alumni entrepreneurs from both institutions. The sessions were led by experts from Atlanta’s entrepreneurial ecosystem on topics relevant to burgeoning startup entrepreneurs. Read all about the individual workshops.
Georgia State’s Garima Sharma, Ph.D. recently won an ANDE-IDRC grant to study women-led ventures in Latin America and US. Sharma has received this grant in collaboration with several others. Read the full blog post for further details.
The Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers (GCEC) has announced that the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) at Georgia State University has won the 2020 Award for Excellence in Specialty Entrepreneurship Education. The award was presented virtually at the GCEC annual conference on October 30.
More than 300 qualified student entrepreneurs from 151 campuses applied for their chance at $15,000 in seed funding. CEO has selected a total of 110 ventures across 75 campuses to compete. Among the competitors, are three Georgia State student founders. Learn who they are.
On September 22, 2020, ENI held the Failed It, Learned It livestream where attendees were able to hear firsthand stories of failure from three Atlanta entrepreneurs. The entrepreneurs shared how they took their experiences and crafted them into opportunities to improve.