Thinc. at UGA

Thinc. Week 2015
March 23 - 27


Students from all backgrounds will have the opportunity to learn how to create engaging products and experiences with the latest technology including Makey Makey, littleBits, 3D printers and more!

Rapid Prototyping with Emerging Technologies + Open House

March 24 • 5:00 - 8:00pm

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How can UGA/Athens become a better ecosystem for startups? Give us your ideas about how to create a better entrepreneurial community at UGA and in Athens. We will have snacks and drinks and Design Thinking tools to help you!

UGA/Athens Startup Ecosystem Design Thinking Session

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March 25 • 2:00 - 4:00pm


A workshop led by Stanford University dance instructor Aleta Hayes, who uses dance and free movement to increase leadership and collaboration.

Learning Social Entrepreneurship Through Movement

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March 26 • 11:00am - 12:15pm


Donate to help Thinc. offer $1000 “Thinc. Starter Grants” that will help students develop entrepreneurial skills and ideas.

Students with project and business ideas can apply for these grants in order to pay travel, legal or prototyping expenses, or to fund mentorship resources.

Thinc. Starter Grants

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Thinc. is a university-wide initiative designed to encourage UGA students, faculty and staff to see the world of opportunities both local and global, and to start something in response.  That “something” might be a new for-profit company or a not-for-profit social venture. It might change something in your own neighborhood or community, or it might change the world.

Thinc. fosters and promotes the spirit of entrepreneurship, broadly defined.

See a problem – solve it.

See an opportunity – seize it.

Free your potential – start something.

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