Consideration all College of San Diego scholar entrepreneurs! Do you’ve got an concept that’s worthy of additional pursuit? One that may deal with a standard or complicated drawback? One that you just’d wish to share with business leaders of San Diego? Have an thought you suppose might earn you a slice of $45,000 in scholarship cash?
If that’s the case, the deadline to submit your thought for the second annual Fowler Enterprise Idea Problem is Friday, Sept. 25.
Hosted by the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Catalyzer on the College of San Diego College of Enterprise and supported generously by Ron and Alexis Fowler, the FBCC is a major alternative for all college students — graduate, regulation and undergraduate — to leap into this type of expertise of taking a enterprise thought and rising it.
“The Fowler Enterprise Idea Problem is an early stage, entry-level seed competitors to ignite the fervour inside you to be an entrepreneur. As an early-stage competitors, we deal with sowing the seeds of entrepreneurship and energizing the entrepreneurial spirit of USD college students from throughout the campus. We encourage college students to establish and discover their entrepreneurship potential and construct their aptitude, perspective, abilities, and data to make a constructive distinction on the planet,” states the FBCC data information and suggestions booklet put collectively by The Catalyzer.
Final week, The Catalyzer hosted an FBCC Submission Coaching for entrepreneurship hopefuls. To view it, click on right here after which enter the passcode: 56n&1qOz.
The highest winners within the inaugural FBCC final November have been two worldwide college students of their first 12 months of USD’s full-time MBA program, Bria d’Amours from Canada and Carl Dumesle of Haiti, for his or her thought referred to as HUGS (Housing for Undergraduate and Graduate College students). Their thought, which earned them $15,000 in scholarships ($7,500 every), was to develop a greater approach for worldwide and out-of-state college students to safe housing whereas attending faculty.
The 2 proceed to work on HUGS and have been featured entrepreneurs who shared recommendation and answered questions on the 2020 USD Legacy Entrepreneurship Convention.
View this video for highlights of the 2019 Fowler Enterprise Idea Problem. If in case you have any questions previous to submitting your FBCC thought, e-mail [email protected]
USD Acknowledges California Native American Day with Alumnus Discuss Occasion
The USD Native Alumni Community is co-sponsoring a digital speak as we speak from double alumnus Ethan Banegas ’09 (BA), ’17 (MA) from 12:30 to 2 p.m., in the future earlier than the California Native American Day vacation is acknowledged.
California Native American Day, celebrated the fourth Friday in September (Sept. 25 in 2020), was established as an official state vacation in 1998. The day celebrates the cultures, histories, and contributions of California tribal nations to the state and the nation. In San Diego County, the Indigenous individuals embrace the Kumeyaay, Luiseño, Cupeño, and Cahuilla tribal nations.
Banegas is a member of the Luiseño and Kumeyaay bands of Native People and grew up on the Barona Reservation in San Diego County. He acquired BAs in Historical past, Theology and Non secular Research, and Political Science and an MA in Historical past at USD.
At the moment, he’s the proprietor and operator of Kumeyaay.com, teaches historical past programs at Grossmont/Cuyamaca Faculty and Kumeyaay Faculty, and serves on the Board of Administrators for the Barona Museum and Cultural Middle. As an unbiased contractor for the San Diego Historical past Middle and Barona Museum, he’s additionally engaged on the Kumeyaay Oral Historical past Challenge. The oral historical past challenge is a community-based analysis challenge working to gather 31 private interviews, video oral histories, and images from San Diego’s First Individuals.
To register for this free speak, click on right here. An e-mail with a Zoom hyperlink for the occasion will observe.
Weekly Take care of Our Frequent Residence Digital Collection Begins Sept. 29
Focusing every week on a specific theme — Water, Power, Meals, Extinction — USD college audio system from the humanities, humanities, sciences, and social sciences will mirror on environmental problems with rapid and long-term concern, mannequin various approaches to the local weather disaster and the pressing challenges it poses to our civilizations, and share concepts on how we will adapt to the modifications in an more and more turbulent world.
This four-part collection, which is introduced by USD Humanities Middle, is named Take care of Our Frequent Residence: Environmental Justice and Sustainability Throughout Disciplines. It can happen from 4-5:30 p.m. just about on Zoom on Sept. 29 (Water), Oct. 6 (Power), Oct. 13 (Meals) and Oct. 20 (Extinction).
The Sept. 29 speak will function Kate Boersma, PhD (Biology) and Andy Tirrell, PhD, JD (Political Science); Oct. 6 dialogue affords Meaghan Weatherdon, PhD (Theology and Non secular Research) and Hannah Holtzman, PhD (Humanities Middle); Oct. 13 options Aaron Gross, PhD (Theology and Non secular Research) and Michel Boudrias, PhD (Environmental and Ocean Sciences); and the Oct. 20 finale has Ursula Heise, PhD, the Marcia H. Howard Chair of Literary Research within the Division of English and Institute of the Surroundings and Sustainability at UCLA, and Jeffrey Stuker, MFA, an artist and filmmaker.
Register for these free occasions by way of EventBrite.com
— Compiled by Ryan T. Blystone
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