The Res.Inc. program at Columbia University provides a platform for undergraduate students to build and launch companies. Each year a group of two dozen students is competitively selected to form teams and pursue the launch of a new business with the support of Columbia faculty and industry professionals.
As part of the Living and Learning Center, Res.Inc. students live and work together in a community focused on entrepreneurship and the cultivation of innovative ideas. Students participate in weekly seminars led by various professionals within the Columbia network centered around Lean Launchpad approaches to developing a product that customers want.
What is the Res.Inc. community up to? Read the blog where you will find articles, event listings, and reflections. http://resinc.engineering.columbia.edu
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
The Living-Learning Center (LLC) is housed in Hartley and Wallach Halls, where undergraduates and upper classmen residents will have the opportunity to participate in a number of programs. To learn more about the LLC, visit: http://www.studentaffairs.columbia.edu/resprograms/llc