The Engineering-Entrepreneurship Residential Initiative (Res. Inc.) seeks to foster innovation and entrepreneurship by creating a residential community of engineering students interested in starting a business venture. Res. Inc., promotes experimentation and entrepreneurial thinking by establishing an environment for students to share ideas, develop programs and products, identify potential markets, and promote their ideas. The residence hall setting enables immersive learning and entrepreneurial collaboration. Res. Inc. provides its students with access to faculty and professionals in the fields that they are working on, entrepreneurship training, and internship opportunities to help further their projects and career goals.
Res Inc. Students will be competing in Fast Pitch and the Columbia Venture Competition:
- Fast Pitch will take place on November 18, 2014. SAVE THE DATE!
- Stay tuned for the submission deadlines and guidelines for the 2015 Columbia Venture Competition!
The Living-Learning Center
Located within the Living-Learning Center (LLC) housed in Hartley and Wallach Halls, 45 first-year students and 28-upper classmen residents will have the opportunity to participate in this unique program. For more information about the LLC, please visit: http://www.studentaffairs.columbia.edu/resprograms/llc