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The Inventors Program empowers you and a team of fellow STEM undergraduates to turn scientific discovery into societal impact.

Learn about and join the Inventors Program in Fall 2023

Are you wondering if you should become an Inventor? Please watch this video HERE from some of our past students explaining how they became Inventors! Spoiler Alert: You will make a great Inventor! : )

Here are our Fall 2023 practicums:

Scientific Ventures: Turning Research into Reality

| Unique ID: NSC 325 47565 | T & TH | 2:00pm - 3:30pm |

This practicum teaches students lean startup and product design and exposes them to real-world customers, users, and problems.

This course introduces the pathway from scientific research to real-world innovations. Learners will delve into methodologies such as the lean startup, explore professional communication, team dynamics, and career readiness in the entrepreneurial context. Guest speakers will provide insights into the entrepreneurial ecosystem, supplemented with reflections on intellectual property and its role in scientific innovations.

Cybersecurity Practicum - Work with Experts from Trend Micro

| Unique ID: NSC 325 48020 | T & TH | 12:30pm - 2:00pm |

Partner with cybersecurity experts from Trend Micro tackling security issues from a broad range of use cases.

Previous Semesters . . .

Take your Fall 2022/Spring 2023 Inventors research the next step!

Inventors Spring Networking Event, April 14th

Present your project to a large and varied audience! Win prizes! This networking event is part of the CNS Undergraduate Research Forum, so complete their registration process (deadline extended until March 10th).

Inventors Summer Fellowships

  • 8 competitive fellowships
  • $4000 stipend
  • Further develop your practicum project (Fall 2022/Spring 2023)
  • 30 to 40 hours per week
  • June 1 to July 31
  • Applications due
  • Apply now!

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