Tag Archives: Idea Platform
During March 23-25, 2017 I participated in Open 2017 (VentureWell conference) with a group of other professor of the UPRM Pathways to Innovation group. We were also joined by Blue Horizon a start-up from UPRM that participated of the Open … Continue reading
This weekend I spent it between Hackers, Hustlers, and Hipsters in the H3 Conference. This is a conference started in Puerto Rico and expanding to other parts of the world, which aims to join the three H’s for the sake … Continue reading
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Effort, dedication, innovation and entrepreneurship among students of UPR- Mayagüez
By: Dr. Mari Luz Ramos Zapata.
The University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus celebrated the first Weekend Design Challenge … Continue reading
This post is a summary from the point of view of the students of what happened in the Weekend Design Challenge, part of the New Venture Design Experience. Student Sergio Marrero, an avid photographer and Idea Platform member, volunteer to … Continue reading
Want to learn the design thinking methodology in one weekend?
WEEKEND DESIGN CHALLENGE
The Weekend Design Challenge (WDC) is a event composed of seminars and hands on workshops that will guide students through the design thinking methodology from idea to product in … Continue reading
¡TEDx llega a UPRM!
Me alegra grandemente anunciar que la Universidad de Puerto Rico – Mayagüez (UPRM) tendrá su primer evento TEDxUPRM en Noviembre 2015.
¿Que es una conferencia TEDx?
La conferencia TED es un evento que junta personas extraordinarias en el espíritu … Continue reading
On a Saturday morning (May 2, 2015) students and general public attended the Elicit-innovation Mega Event by Idea Platform. Presenters share with the audience their personal story of their ventures. Like all entrepreneurs, they spoke with great passion about their … Continue reading
The New Venture Design Experience (TNVDE) info-session was packed with students curious about the program.
The presentation started with a short exercise in which students spoke their minds about how they envision the program, what they wanted from it? And they … Continue reading