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02/19/2014

i-lab Resource Spotlight: Expert-in-Residence Program

Roy Ash once said, “An entrepreneur tends to bite off a little more than he can chew hoping he’ll quickly learn how to chew it.”

With the variety of roles an entrepreneur is expected to play within a team—operations, marketing, developer, salesperson—there’s no way to always know what you’re doing. If your figurative entrepreneurial cheeks are more stretched than a hungry hamster’s, the i-lab’s Expert-in-Residence program is an invaluable resource to tap. 

01/24/2014

Entrepreneurship Education: Spring Term Courses

There’s a special time of year that gets everyone excited around here, and it’s coming up (and no, it’s not the Superbowl).  Registration time--that’s right, you heard us.

While much of what happens at the i-lab is extracurricular, many of the ideas being developed start not as passion projects, but class projects, some in our very own classroom.  Each spring and fall term, the i-lab hosts for-credit academic courses taught by Harvard faculty; over 40 courses from 8 Harvard Schools to date.

01/10/2014

The Scoop on the Deans’ Challenges

Welcome back! We hope that the New Year has you all feeling refreshed, recharged and ready to take on a challenge… perhaps one of the upcoming Dean’ Challenges! The i-lab is proud and excited to be hosting three Deans’ Challenges this year. Each challenge has been created to empower entrepreneurs, such as yourselves, to put ideas to practice with the ultimate goal of bringing impact to the world around them.   Below is the scoop on the three Deans’ Challenges. We look forward to your ideas and proposals.
Deans’ Cultural Entrepreneurship Challenge:

11/21/2013

Semester Recap & Coming Up in Health & Sciences at the i-lab

The i-lab has been going full-throttle this semester; it’s been the busiest one to date!  Among the plethora of events hosted by and at the i-lab were a variety of workshops geared towards entrepreneurship in the Health and Sciences.

11/05/2013

i-lab Challenge Workshops to Help You Make an Impact

We're very proud to to be hosting three challenges at the i-lab this year, as it enables you to put ideas to practice with the ultimate goal of bringing impact to the world around them.  To help support and speed that progress, we're hosting supportive programming before the deadline to help you refine your idea.  Read below and register for any of the events that would help turn your idea into a reality.

Joint Challenge Programming

Pitch, Mix, and Match: Form Your Challenge Teams!

10/30/2013

i-lab in the News

Here at the i-lab, it’s possible the only thing more exciting than growing an idea into a venture is sharing the story of how it was done. Several current and former teams have recently gotten awesome news coverage this month, check it out!

07/23/2013

Resident Spotlight: Classroom Media Workshop

In today's digital world, children grow up surrounded by many types of media. It's not uncommon for young children to be able to navigate an iPhone before speaking their first sentence. Schools are responding to this reality by equipping classrooms with the technology to bring them into the 21st Century. However, many educators still need the tools and training to utilize this technology in ways that suit the needs of their individual students.

11/18/2013

Coming up in the i-lab: Social and Cultural Entrepreneurship

While it may look like the weather is getting colder and the semester is starting to come to a close, Social and Cultural Entrepreneurship at the i-lab is just heating up for the year.

11/01/2013

Resident Spotlight: Vaska Technologies

Everyone has experienced that moment of running out of a household essential—sugar, laundry detergent, ahem, toilet paper—and finding that the item that seems pretty inconsequential most of the time shoots up in importance.

09/20/2013

Welcome Back to our Community Partners and Friends!

We’re thrilled to welcome our Community Partners to join us in a third year of collaborative programming aimed at supporting local entrepreneurs.

Our designated small business advisory partners—including the U.S. Small Business Administration, the Center for Women and Enterprise, the Massachusetts Small Business Development Center Network, and SCORE Boston—are small business-focused organizations who host events and services for members of the Boston community.

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