CSU students will soon have the opportunity to show off their invention ideas to ABC’s Shark Tank winner, Andrew Ward. Ward will be on campus April 17th to hear students’ ideas and offer feedback. The event is organized by CSU’s Advancing Commercialization of University Research program.
This is a fantastic opportunity for CSU students to get some real-world feedback on their invention ideas. And who better to give feedback than someone who has actually been on Shark Tank and knows what it takes to get an invention off the ground? If you’re a CSU student with an invention idea, make sure to sign up for the event. It could be the first step in making your invention a reality.
CSU students will have the opportunity to present their invention ideas to Shark Tank winner, Daymond John. The event will take place on April 18th from 6:00pm-8:00pm in the Lory Student Center Theater.
This is a fantastic opportunity for our students to get some feedback and advice from one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the world. If you have an invention idea that you've been working on, make sure to sign up and participate in this unique event.
The students are going to present their ideas to Tim Ferriss, who is the author of "The 4-Hour Work Week" and an investor on the ABC show "Shark Tank." This should be a great opportunity for them to get some feedback and maybe even some funding for their ideas.
In his latest blog post, Tim Ferriss talks about his search for "disruptive" ideas that can make a difference in the world. He writes that he's looking for ideas that have the potential to change the status quo and improve people's lives.
Ferriss says that he's particularly interested in ideas that can help solve global problems like climate change, poverty, and hunger. He's also looking for ideas that can make a difference in people's everyday lives, such as improving education or healthcare.
If you have an idea that you think Ferriss should know about, he invites you to share it with him. You can reach him via email at [email protected].
The students have been working on their ideas for months, and they will have a chance to pitch them to Ferriss in person. This is a great opportunity for the students to get feedback from Ferriss, and potentially get their ideas exposure to a larger audience.
The Make School Product Academy is excited to announce a new partnership with Apple. As part of the partnership, Apple will be providing funding and resources to support student-led product development at Make School.
This is a great opportunity for the students to get feedback on their ideas and potentially get funding to bring them to fruition. The Make School team is committed to helping the students succeed and we are grateful to have Apple's support in this endeavor.