Mason Weh, a recent Iowa State graduate, founded his own organization to promote self and community change. Mentoring for Change is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide all youth a path to success.
Reed Duncan, has spent the last few months working with international company MaGIC. Duncan joined MaGIC’s Social Innovation team and worked with Malaysian entrepreneurs to grow their social enterprise and related missions.
At the Student Innovation Center, the ISU Gaffer’s Guild, a student-run organization collaborates and partners with Innovate 1858, a student-operated retail store. The two are collectively innovating at the intersection of entrepreneurship and art.
Knudtson is the designer, the innovator and the mastermind behind Rylie Kate’s Clay Designs. What makes up this brand is what makes up Rylie—a college student, a sorority sister, a creator and an entrepreneur.
Tune in for a monthly series presented and hosted by Dr. James Oliver, Director of the Innovation Center. In partnership with the Innovation Circuit Series—immersive sessions where students gain the opportunity to innovate, collaborate and contribute meaningfully—each session will be offered on the second Tuesday of each month.
Are you an international high school student who wants to experience college even before applying to attend? Do you yearn to learn beyond classroom and career constructs alone? To create a legacy of innovation?
Sisterhood, friendship, community, and artistry define Ekern Designs. Miranda Ekern and Mackenzie Ekern are the co-founders of Ekern Designs, a brand that exemplifies who they are—coffee lovers and D.I.Y. doers.
This year’s first Flagship Friday is kicking off on September 10. Industry professionals, Slump and Mistry will share their personal stories of innovation and their perspectives of why innovation is such a critical driver of social and economic progress and sustainability.
"The idea is that when people came to this building, they were transformed going through this space, or they felt a sense of disorientation, a shift in how they see themselves, how they see the world,” Widgery said in an interview with University Museums.
Why cater elsewhere when you can choose a service right in the heart of Iowa State’s campus. Next time you plan a corporate meeting, a social event, a retirement party or a campus tour that needs professional catering, think about SPARKS cafe.