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UNC Chapel Hill is part of the SEC & ACC Virtual Career Fair. This is a wonderful opportunity for job seeking students to take advantage of and will be a platform that UCS begins to use more frequently to complement its traditional fairs going forward. Registration details for Students, Alumni, and Employers can be found here:Find out more »
The UNC graduate women in computer science (GWiCS) group is currently planning the 6th Annual Women in Computing Research Symposium and we want to continue to include participants from other universities and computing-related departments. This year we are holding a virtual research symposium on Thursday, April 2.
Our goal with the symposium is to introduce undergraduate students to various research areas and encourage students, especially women, to explore the opportunities they have for...Find out more »
Dear Innovation Enthusiast!
We suspect that you have seen a number of communications around cancelations with respect to COVID-19. The Carolinas PDMA board with CDC guidance has decided to cancel events through the end of April 2020.
As innovators, we would like to continue to support the student innovation competition in a new, virtual format that will model the in-person event. We would like to offer all teams an extension for full submissions.
The City of Raleigh places a priority on helping entrepreneurs and small businesses start, stay and grow in Raleigh. With the Impact Partner Grant, the City of Raleigh provides funding to community stakeholders to enhance or execute new programs and resources to underrepresented entrepreneurs.
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AfroPix is a daylong event that will include workshops, seminars, a case competition, and a concert as well as feature a keynote speaker! Join us in this inaugural annual event to uplift people of color interested in tech. ALL majors are welcome and encouraged to attend! NO coding experience isFind out more »
Join us at this two half-day workshop covering the details of an NIH STTR proposal,
including potential conflicts of interest, budgets, key team players and post award
management. Hear from experts in these areas as well as a panel of faculty who
successfully secured STTR funding. Great prep for the September submission date!
Sponsored by InnovateFind out more »
The X-Force Program is an opportunity for technologists and entrepreneurs to serve their country by solving real-world
national security problems in collaboration with the United States military.
NSIN currently offers two versions of the X-Force program:
X-Force Fellowship: a full-time, in-person, paid summer fellowship program
X-Force Remote: a part-time, remote, volunteer opportunity
For more information, visit the
Next Gen HQ is an award-winning business hub, energizing young entrepreneurs to create meaningful businesses. As we work with the top universities across the country I’d like to speak with you about inviting members of your student entrepreneurial community to our flagship event,