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Idea Olympics Shared from Kent State LaunchNet's Idea Olympics   On Thursday October 22, Luke Leyden (junior, computer engineering technology) found himself pitching his entrepreneurial venture, Trolder, to a panel of judges via Zoom in the Entrepreneurship Education Consortium's annual IdeaLabs competition. Leyden, impressing the judges with his knowledge and...

Luke Leyden On Thursday October 22, Luke Leyden (junior, computer engineering technology) found himself pitching his entrepreneurial venture, Trolder, to a panel of judges via Zoom in the Entrepreneurship Education Consortium's annual IdeaLabs competition. Leyden, impressing the judges with his knowledge and passion, placed 3rd, taking home $1,000. ...

Idea Olympics participants from 2018 Have a great idea for a new product, service, app, or way to solve a problem? Kent State students across campus will be able to present their ideas for the chance to win money and bragging rights for their college at LaunchNET’s IDEA OLYMPICS.  “Qualifiers” Potential Olympians submit a short description of their idea via a 30-90 second...

Senior BA Design student Jack McCormick traveled to Trondheim, Norway and presented to the conference As part of a special topics interaction design class called Dynamic Interplay, School of Visual Communication Design (VCD) students from the College of Communication and Information took part in the International Conference for Interaction Design and Children (IDC) 2018, participating in the Research & Design competition. Children from all...