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The Hatchery Announces Micro-Grantees

August 4, 2021 - Decaturish.com | The Hatchery, Center for Innovation at Emory University has chosen its latest cohort of Inspiration Micro-Grant recipients for summer semester, empowering these students to pursue their innovation and entrepreneurship passions that offer solutions to real world problems, a press release announced.

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Innovation Inspiration: The Hatchery’s Micro-Grant Success Stories

August 2, 2021 - Waste Advantage Magazine | While summertime might mean vacations or working a traditional seasonal job such as lifeguarding or being a nanny (all noble pursuits) for some young adults, a select group of Emory University scholars are spending their summer tackling complex societal issues including homelessness, human trafficking and healthcare inequality.

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Innovation Ecosystem: The Hatchery, a new center for student innovation, joins Emory's thriving environment of creativity and discovery

January 30, 2020 - Emory News Center | Students named it, and now they are encouraged to lay claim to it as The Hatchery, Emory’s new student innovation and creativity space, opens its doors at The Point.

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Emory launches new innovation space, The Hatchery; names director

December 10, 2019 - Emory News Center | Emory University has launched The Hatchery, the university’s newest space for student ideation and innovation, drawing on the strengths of Emory’s broad array of academic programs to facilitate meaningful connections at the university and across the innovation landscape in Atlanta and beyond.

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Innovating for Humans with Brian McGrath Davis

July 7, 2021 - The Hatchery | What happens at the intersection of deep human concern and highly scalable start-ups? The Hatchery invited Laney Ph.D. alum, Brian McGrath Davis, to Emory Innovators to share some of the answers he has found through his fascinating career.

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Curiosity Drives Innovation with Jeremy Gilbertson

Why is Atlanta the innovation capital of the Southeast? “Might Could: Stories of Innovation in the ATL,” is a new series from The Hatchery, Emory Center for Innovation, that seeks to answer that question in conversation with innovation thought leaders and disruptors in non-profits, higher education, and industry who are making Atlanta a city of the future.

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Founder Innovating What it Means to "Have it All"

What do you do when you have achieved all your goals and you realize you aren't happy? What happens when your dream job is leaving you miserable? What comes next? These questions propelled Kacie Let Gordon to found a new company and she shared some of the answers she discovered in her own journey last week at Might Could: Stories of Innovation from the ATL.

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Fundraising for Your Innovation a Peer to Peer Master Class with Adway Gopakumar

Fundraising: it is one of the most mysterious and intimidating aspects of any kind of innovation work. Whether you are trying to ask individual donors for contributions to support your work or making a case to institutional investors, few things can bring on stage fright like making the ask. Given these hurdles, The Hatchery was thrilled to be joined by Adway Gopakumar (23BS) as he shared from his experience raising funds for Liberation Through Education.

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Introducing The Hatchery's Innovation for All Conference

Next week The Hatchery, Emory Center for Innovation, will be hosting its first-ever conference: Innovation for All. Not just a conference about innovation, Innovation for All aims to be an innovative conference. The presenters are all student innovators and represent the diversity of Emory's schools and students. Plus, the conference will take place on Instagram and Discord.

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