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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27
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all-day FastTrac TechVenture Program @ Emory University
FastTrac TechVenture Program @ Emory University
Mar 27 – May 8 all-day
 FastTrac TechVenture Program @ Emory University
The Georgia Small Business Development Corporation (SBDC), in cooperation with Kaufmann Foundation, will present FastTrac TechVenture Program, a seven-week course on maximizing the potential of [...]
Apr
24
Thu
all-day Athens Small Business Summit @ The Classic Center
Athens Small Business Summit @ The Classic Center
Apr 24 all-day
Athens Small Business Summit @ The Classic Center | Athens | Georgia | United States
Education, resources, networking and job fair. Agenda: 8:00am – Registration 9:30am – Welcome & Keynote 11:00am – Small Business Resource Fair 11:30am – Breakout Session [...]
Apr
25
Fri
5:30 pm Athens Startup Weekend @ Four Athens
Athens Startup Weekend @ Four Athens
Apr 25 @ 5:30 pm – Apr 27 @ 9:00 pm
Athens Startup Weekend @ Four Athens | Athens | Georgia | United States
Startup Weekend is a global grassroots movement of active and empowered entrepreneurs who are learning the basics of founding startups and launching successful ventures. It [...]

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Engineering lab blends science with creativity

To walk through the University of Georgia's College of Engineering Medical Robotics Laboratory is to witness the inventive and synergistic play of the very, very bright. It is also a chance to witness "scenius," a term coined by Brian Eno for the blending of creativity and science.

UGA Programs focus on innovation, entrepreneurship

Innovation is anything but business as usual. That's the spirit behind a spate of offerings at UGA that are providing students with fresh approaches to business learning. From groundbreaking competitions to pioneering courses, students are finding out just how far out-of-the-box they can go.

UGA offers Social Entrepreneurship in the Arts and Sciences

In Spring semester 2014, the UGA Franklin College of Arts and Sciences will offer an innovative new course for residents of Rutherford Hall. The course, Social Entrepreneurship in the Arts and Sciences: FCID 3700S, call number 43-114, will be co-taught by Franklin College Dean Alan Dorsey and Dr. Paul Matthews, assistant director of the UGA Office of Service Learning.

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