Enter UW-Madison’s undergraduate invention competitions! Don’t have any ideas? Don’t worry. We’ll teach you how to find them. All you need is a desire to learn. Learn how to analyze problems, vet ideas, form a solution and then develop a device or process and create a prototype. We’ll teach you about intellectual property rights to protect your ideas. Learn how to be an entrepreneur!
For the past two decades, the Innovation Days competitions have provided the means and the venue for hundreds of UW-Madison undergraduates to express their ingenuity. Each year, students amaze competition audiences with their unique ideas, outstanding prototypes and excellent presentation skills.
Registration deadline for 2014 is Oct. 15, 2013.
Please join us at the competition February 13-14, 2014.
QUESTIONS? Alicia Hazen, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Schoofs Prize provides a platform whereby undergraduate students are encouraged to explore/conduct self-directed research, outside the classroom environment. Students are encouraged to exploit, on their own and with complete freedom, the array of talent and resources that are so readily available to them. The intent is to awaken students to the potential embedded in their own talent, and thereby encourage creativity and entrepreneurship.