Posts Tagged ‘mexico’

New Mexico Sate’s Arrowhead Center: Integrating I-Corps with Strategic Doing

The National Science Foundation administers a highly  successful program to accelerate  commercialization of university research. Called  Innovation Corps or I-Corps, the initiative builds a capability on university campuses to move promising research ideas into the market. Based on a methodology called Lean Launchpad, the program guides faculty and students through an intensive process of customer…

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Strategic Doing and I-Corps at New Mexico State

Arrowhead Center—the economic development and technology commercialization arm of New Mexico State University—has implemented Strategic Doing to support its I-Corps teams. From New Mexico State, Lauren Goldstein will be making a presentation on their progress at the Deshpande Symposium for Innovation & Entrepreneurship in Higher Education. Based on her experience with the NMSU I-Corps site, Lauren…

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The Lab Conducts Certification Training in Strategic Doing at New Mexico State University

Last week, we completed a 2 ½ day training with our colleagues at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces.  Our work with New Mexico State began under the National Science Foundation initiative called Pathways to Innovation. The pathways project focused on accelerating the integration of innovation announced partnership education into the undergraduate engineering curriculum…

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