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Faculty Entrepreneur Connect

A Joint Project from the Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship, Brown Technology Innovations, Advance RI-CTR

Is your lab developing the next great innovation to solve an unmet need? Are you curious about how to create a start-up? Brown Technology Innovations, Advance RI-CTR and the Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship present Faculty Entrepreneur Connect, a group designed to allow faculty inventors to meet and network with other entrepreneurially-minded faculty at Brown. If you have started a company, are thinking about starting a company, or just want to learn about entrepreneurship at Brown, we encourage you to participate!

GET INVOLVED

If you are interested in joining us, we’d love to have you! FEC sessions take place monthly during the academic year and we meet in the Liz Lange Lecture Hall (2nd Floor of the Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship at 1 Euclid Ave). Graduate students, post-docs, and faculty are especially encouraged, though we welcome anyone with an interest in translational entrepreneurship. To join our email list please reach out to Melissa Simon (melissa_j_simon@brown.edu). We look forward to seeing you!

Past and Upcoming Events

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Faculty Entrepreneurship Connect: Faculty Roles at Spinout Companies with Jason Harry

1 Euclid Avenue, Providence, RI 1 Euclid Ave, Room 210, Providence, United States

Jason Harry, Hugh W. Pearson '58 Professor of the Practice of Technology and Entrepreneurship, is speaking about the variety roles that faculty can play in a spinout company. Jason will also be moderating a faculty panel that includes Derek Stein, Associate Professor of Physics and CEO of Adept Materials, and Edith Mathiowitz, Professor of Medical […]

Faculty Entrepreneurship Connect: See, Solve, Scale with Danny Warshay ’87

1 Euclid Avenue, Providence, RI 1 Euclid Ave, Room 210, Providence, United States

In this session, Executive Director of the Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship, Danny Warshay, will discuss the entrepreneurial process covered in his popular ENGN1010 course and his book See-Solve-Scale: How Anyone Can Turn an Unsolved Problem into a Breakthrough Success.