Emory Continuing Education and The Hatchery Offering Winter Break Learning Opportunities

Lifelong learning begins as a student and continues long after leaving campus. Wherever life-long learners are in their journey, Emory provides opportunities to build knowledge and skills. Emory Continuing Education (ECE) in partnership with multiple departments within Emory College and the Laney Graduate School, Emory Libraries, the Emory Career Center, and the Emory Center for Innovation, The Hatchery, is giving lifelong learners an opportunity to take advantage of the winter break by enrolling in an academic or professional skills course through Eagle Essentials.

The Hatchery is pleased to be contributing two courses to the Eagle Essentials Catalog:

Move Fast and Make Stuff

Move Fast and Make Stuff is part course, part hack-a-thon for learning how to design and execute experiments to develop innovative solutions. We will be exploring Human-Centered Design and Lean Startup approaches to rapid prototyping by running a design challenge throughout the course to create The Hatchery's next mascot.

What Kind Of Innovator Are You?

What Kind of Innovator are You? helps students explore the wide usage of innovation across multiple industries and the methods of innovation used in these industries. This learning is accomplished through real-life case studies and reflection. Students also develop their own personal Innovation Manifesto to articulate a problem that matters to them and the way they want to solve that problem.

Click the course links above to learn more and register!

To learn more about The Hatchery visit Hatchery.emory.edu or email The Hatchery staff at thehatchery@emory.edu. The Hatchery is a unit of Emory University Academic Innovation.

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