If you are a current client, click the button above to schedule with your advisor and an online meeting link will be included in your confirmation email. If you haven't met with a LaunchNET advisor yet, you can sign up at ksulaunch.net/apply
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many pivots in coursework, events/activities, and our day-to-day lives. To assist in these pivots, LaunchNET is offering a limited microgrant opportunity (Spring 2021).
Applications will be reviewed and awarded on a rolling basis through March 26, 2021.
Funding is limited and not guaranteed through the deadline.
Spring Semester 2021 the Design Innovation Hub will open for individual use to the Kent State Community including students, faculty, staff and employees. Be one of the first to register for a DI Hub Membership!
Orientation sessions follow the Flashes Save Seven guidelines and are held in small groups of 5 or less. DI Hub Memberships and Orientation Sessions are currently reserved for the KSU community.
WIN ONE OF OUR $1,000 SCHOLARSHIPS APPLICATION ACCESS FOR 2021/22 SCHOLARSHIPS University Libraries is pleased to announce the Eighth Annual Student Scholarship Competition. Eligible students include Kent Campus students in good standing with the University, who will be Sophomores, Juniors or Seniors in the 2022-2023 academic year.
The Build Sprint is an opportunity for intense focus on your startup or side-project for a specific period of time. For existing startups, this may involve a push towards launching a specific feature or reaching a certain milestone. For new founders, this is an opportunity to take the plunge and begin work on a project that excites you.
Innovators pitch your own business plans and act as investors in other teams, choosing who you think will advance. Each finalist has a 25% chance to win at least $2,500. Committed to conscious capitalism
We invite educators, administrators, content specialists, and curriculum supervisors for K-12 schools and school districts to apply for the inaugural cohort of The 1619 Project Education Network.
As part of this paid, virtual program, a cohort of 40 education professionals will receive grants of $5,000 each to support exploration of key questions of racial justice and other pressing issues in a community that also includes award-winning journalists and the Pulitzer Center education team.