Innovation Summit 2017
Submit Your Idea!
Propose a session to include at the University of Oregon's first Innovation Summit, an all-day, cross-campus event that will take place in Fall 2017. This event is meant to highlight innovation, trends, and entrepreneurship in various areas and disciplines, on campus, and in the community, through speakers, panels, interactive activities, performances, viewings, workshops and other info-sharing formats.

Some of the topical areas to consider are: Environment, Science & Technology, Music, Social Justice, Art & Literature, Media, Global, Sports, Entrepreneurship/Business, Gender & Sexuality, Skill-sharing/Career Prep, Making/Creating (open to other suggestions as well).

This form provides a way for you to communicate to us what content you'd like to contribute. We are keen to include many different sorts of activities and events and welcome all your ideas. Don't hesitate to think outside the box! We are also happy to help you develop your preliminary idea, so be sure to submit the form even if you can't answer all the questions or aren't sure how to move forward.

General questions?
Please contact: Kate Harmon (Lundquist Center for Entrepreneurship) at kharmon2@uoregon.edu

Name
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Email
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Individual(s) / Group Making This Proposal
Are you part of a club, group, department, etc.
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I'd like to be matched with others who have similar ideas.
Name / Topic of Session
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Type of Session
Description of Session
A summary of the content you would like to contribute to the event, including both the subject matter and the manner in which you would deliver the content (max. 1-2 paragraphs). Include names of participants and their roles to the extend that you can
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Ideal Duration
Other information
Any other materials or links to relevant resources that would help us in evaluating your proposal and in understanding the nature of the content that you would be providing.
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