Loyola University Maryland

Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship

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Spring Hackathon

When: Thursday, February 21, 5-9 p.m.

Where: Loyola University Evergreen Campus, Lange Innovation Lounge

Students, alumni, faculty, staff, and community members are invited to participate in a facilitated exercise in user-centered design. The focus will be on co-creating alongside our community partner, Rebuilding Together, to develop a "hack" that addresses a social problem in Baltimore. 

Join us for pizza and icebreakers from 5-6 p.m.; the Hack will start promptly at 6 p.m.  The event is free and open to the public.  Registration is required and participation is limited.

Register

Student Office Hours 

Are you interested in meeting with CI&E Director Wendy Bolger to review your project and learn how to get involved with the Center?  Visit our Bookings page to view the calendar and pick a date.  If you can't find a time that works with your schedule, email hhenson@loyola.edu to discuss options.

Student Steering Committee

All students are eligible to apply to be considered for a position on the CI&E Steering Committee. The committee meets for an hour 1-2 times/month to provide input and feedback on the direction of the Center. In keeping with the student-led approach of the Center, each member is also responsible for taking the lead on developing and executing a Center activity.

Check back in April 2019 for applications for committee membership for the fall.

Meet Our Steering Committee

Greyhound Group Consulting

The new Greyhound Group Consulting group is accepting interested student consultants for engagements with startups and social ventures. Are you a company or nonprofit in need of expertise? Loyola students and faculty are here to provide timely, expert advice. Email your inquiry to innovation@loyola.edu.

Innovation Meetup

Join us for a regular afternoon meet up in the Hug Lounge to meet other innovators, talk about your ideas, ask questions, and make connections.  Will feature local experts, alumni, your favorite faculty, and other special guests.  Watch this space for time and dates.

Pitch your idea at Building a Better World Through Business

Loyola presents "Building a Better World Through Business," an annual series of events designed to celebrate the good that business does for society as it works to transform the world through sustainable economic and social development. Undergraduate and graduate students from all schools and disciplines are invited to submit proposals for the annual poster and pitch competition. Students participating in the pitch competition are encouraged to attend two workshops to receive training and guidance from faculty and professionals as to how to come up with an idea, how to prepare a poster that captures an idea and proposed solution, and how to successfully pitch/communicate your idea. For more information, visit the Building a Better World through Business website.

Be a Maker

Explore, create, learn, and invent with fellow members of the Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University communities at the LNDL Makerspace. There’s something here for everyone to get creative For more information and to sign up for training, visit LNDL's Makerspace website. More information coming soon about an additional makerspace in the dorms, Lange Innovation Lounge.

Join an I & E Club

Club Description Contact
Blogging Club  Provides support of the start-up and the upkeep of a blog and/or website.  Including; online content creation, social media engagement, and monetisation and self-branding.  Mitchell Tropin 
Cyber Security Club  This club aims to educate students about cyber security.  Sibren Isaacman 
Makers’ Club  Educating students interested in engineering and design about the proper use of machining tools, and applying knowledge to hands-on projects.  Yanko Kranov

Robotics Club

Encouraging students and faculty to discuss, prototype, and test robots that they choose to create on their own or with others. David Hoe
Women in Technology Club  Creating a community for women who have educational and career goals in technology, as they are underrepresented in the computing fields.  Building interest in computing and fostering passion and learning within the field for a younger generation of women.  Dawn Lawrie;
Megan Olsen 
York Road Students Association (YRSA)  Actively engaging students in the wider community along the York Road Corridor, developing a sense of community.  Marie McSweeney Anderson 


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