Pillsbury Institute’s Entrepreneurs in Residence
Location: Pillsbury Institute (289 Statler Hall)
The Pillsbury Institute’s Entrepreneur in Residence (EinR) program will be hosting 20 entrepreneursand innovators in the hospitality industry this academic year. Entrepreneurs will be available in the Pillsbury Institute to talk with students one-on-one about business ideas and plans, career experience and guidance, and more. If you are interested in setting up a time to meet with an entrepreneur, please visit the sign-up page. In addition to office hours, EinRs are also available to speak in classes. Interested in hosting an EinR in your class, email Kristen Ciferri at firstname.lastname@example.org for availability. See below for upcoming dates or to learn more about each entrepreneur and who will be visiting the institute in the near future, click here.
- Monday, September 26: Steven Kay ’94, Owner, Mel’s Burger Bar
- Tuesday, September 27: Allison Goldberg ’88, Owner, New England Cranberry Brands
- Thursday, September 29: Kubs Lalchandani ’99, JD ’04, Co-founder and Partner, Lalchandani Simon PL
- Monday, October 3 and Wednesday, October 5: Joe Lavin ’75, Owner, HarborStone Hospitality
- Thursday, October 6: Jules Sieburgh ’72, MBA ’74, Principal, Jules A. Sieburgh, LLC
Open to: All Students
Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans
Location: Cornell University, School of Hotel Administration
Time: October 01, 2016 – October 09, 2016 All day
The annual Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities is quickly approaching! Veterans will be arriving next Friday and Saturday and will be welcomed to campus Saturday evening at the opening ceremony in Park Atrium. This year marks the fifth edition of the program with veterans from all across the globe and from all branches of the military. They will be on campus for the week to learn how to start a business in the food and beverage industry. The bootcamp will conclude with a graduation ceremony and dinner at Schoellkopf Memorial Hall on Saturday, October 1st. Faculty interested in attending either the opening or graduation dinners or learning more about the program, please email Program Manager, Kristen Ciferri, email@example.com. For more information about EBV,sha.cornell.edu/ebv.
Open to: EBV
What Makes a Great Business – Oxford IC2 Workshop
Location: Oxford Academy and Central School
Time: Tuesday, October 04, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Entrepreneurs-In-Residence: Brad Treat & Ariana Blossom
The Oxford IC2 is a community initiative led by the Oxford school for the purpose of connecting students, education, and citizens to innovation and entrepreneurship. The Innovation Series is an educational and networking program designed to inspire ideas, fuel creativity, and promote innovative activities in our community.
Open to: All
Kessler Fellows Symposium
Location: Bard 140
Time: Wednesday, October 05, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
What’s it like to work in a real startup for the summer? And, what’s the benefit to you and to the startup? Come learn about each Kessler Fellow’s experience in their company, incubator, accelerator, working on their own idea, etc. – what it’s like, what they did, lessons learned and what advice they have for you! Wednesdays through November 2nd. Click here for full schedule and locations.
7pm: TJ Famighetti, ISST, CodeX
8pm: Blake Goodwyn, CS/MechE, OpenROV
Open To: All Students
End Human Trafficking
Location: New York City at Cornell Tech
Time: October 07, 08 and 09
This hackathon is focused on Sex and Labor trafficking in New York City. Problem statements, requirements, and more will be provided to students participating in the event. They will be available in advance and sent directly to participants, they will not be made public on the event website. Healthy meals are provided Friday lunch & dinner, Saturday breakfast, lunch, & dinner, Sunday breakfast and lunch. Snacks and unlimited beverages are available throughout the weekend. Mentors are present throughout the weekend representing: industry, corporate, government, & nonprofits, from a variety of backgrounds including data science, law, business, tech, advocacy, and more. Transportation and housing are the responsibility of participants, stipends are not available. Roundtrip bus transportation to/from Ithaca/NYC is available for $50 via the event site. Click here for more information.
Open to: All students, in any major or degree program, any year in school
Women Redefining Entrepreneurship 2016 – Registration now open!
Location: Rev: Ithaca Startup Works
Time: Saturday, October 22, 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
As a part of Women Entrepreneurship Week, Rev’s Passenger to Pilot program will be hosting the second annual Women Redefining Entrepreneurship conference. We invite you to join us as we discuss and work towards answers to the question: How are women entrepreneurs helping to solve major global challenges? This conference focuses on the unique intersection of women, entrepreneurship, and global challenges. We’ll explore how women are making a difference through their businesses. Please join us for an inspiring and informative conversation about how women are changing the world.
Register for the event here!
Open to: All
Opportunities and Challenges of the Connected World Partnership Forum
Location: Biotechnology Building, Room G10
Time: November 17, Full-Day Event
Join the Center for Technology Licensing (CTL), industrial colleagues, thought leaders, researchers, aligned investors and start-up companies to explore challenges and opportunities to enable the next generation of smart, secure sensors that will fuel a 10-fold increase of data on the internet. Hear the latest thinking around which underlying technologies, MEMS 2.0 or Silicon Photonics, are best positioned to scale into this new market, and connect with faculty building deep technical and scientific expertise in the space.
For more information and to register, visit ctl.cornell.edu/events/occw.
Open to: All – Advanced registration is required.