Want to see the next big things in technology and innovation? Don’t miss Innovation Showcase 2014!

Thursday, May 1, 2014
3–6:30 p.m.
Sun Devil Fitness Complex, Polytechnic campus

Innovation Showcase enables creators to produce, refine and develop new inventions, new methodologies, new creations and new ideas. Innovation Showcase provides an arena in which students can tackle real problems, push the envelope, collaborate across lines, learn from failure, cultivate imagination and curiosity, experience new possibilities, participate in an overarching entrepreneurial energy, and change perceptions. Innovation Showcase fosters the process of invention, creation and revolution, creating generations of intentional innovators as well as generations of cutting-edge innovations.

What Exactly Is Innovation Showcase?
Innovation Showcase is a massive exhibit of student-produced projects, demonstrating how ASU students solve real-world problems with innovative and imaginative solutions. Collaborating with industry partners both in the greater metropolitan area and the world over, students work on creating solutions to meet tangible industry and societal needs.

The Evolution of Innovation
Innovation Showcase 2014 reveals the evolution and continual process of innovation, highlighting diverse high school, undergraduate, graduate and faculty projects. From a very first creative venture to a complex solution to a provoking problem, Innovation Showcase presents and explores the intersections of disciplines, solutions and passions from a variety of viewpoints.

How You Can Get Involved

  • Volunteer
    Get a look behind the scenes at Innovation Showcase and volunteer to help out with the event. Volunteer opportunities are immensely diverse and rewarding, running the gamut from helping set up projects to assisting secondary students learn about process of innovation. For more details, please contact Megan Workmon, Student Engagement Specialist, at megan.workmon@asu.edu.
  • Sponsorship Opportunities
    Innovation Showcase offers multiple ways for organizations, companies and industry leaders to foster and support student-designed projects and scholarships. Through these avenues, businesses have the opportunity to promote greater learning, inspire students to make progressive advancements within their field, and connect with the ASU community of scholars. Sponsorship opportunities are available for this event. For more details, please contact The Collaboratory at collaboratory@asu.edu.

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