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Date: 30 March 2020

Hal Gregersen shares why questions are the real catalyst for innovative, disruptive change.

Date: 4 February 2020

What can universities do to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship among their students? In this webinar, Claude Grunitzky, MIT alum, entrepreneur, and founder of TRACE and TRUE Africa, discusses several case studies from MIT that provide lessons that can be applied to other universities and contexts outside of the United States.

Content Author:
Gene Keselman
Date: 29 October 2019

Gene Keselman shares what the MIT Innovation Initiative builds in terms of innovation infrastructure and how they look at innovation as an infrastructure layer at MIT.

Content Author:
Sara Monteabaro, Nadine Gaab
Date: 29 October 2019

In this interactive and action-driven session, hear from social entrepreneurs whose innovative solutions are addressing early childhood education around the world.

Content Author:
Phil Budden
Date: 28 October 2019

Phil Budden discusses stakeholders, systems, and strategies to assess the innovation ecosystem and entrepreneurship in Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program (REAP) teams around the world.

Content Author:
Thomas Luly
Date: 28 October 2019

Thomas Luly, the Senior Program Manager at the MIT Innovation Initiative, leads a conversation about building a university innovation infrastructure.

Content Author:
Maria Martha Passadore, Josefina Maisonnave, Haitham Ahmed
Date: 28 October 2019

Maria Martha Passadore and Josefina Masionnave from the Universidad de Montevideo and Haitham Ahmed from King Abdulaziz University present their plans and strategies for innovation ecosystems at their universities. 

Content Author:
Joost Bonsen
Date: 28 October 2019

Joost Bonson offers a clear understanding of the MIT Innovation Ecosystem and discusses the importance of entrepreneurship in technological innovations. 

Content Author:
Sanjay Sarma
Date: 28 October 2019

One of our October 2019 J-WEL Week introductory sessions with MIT Vice President for Open Learning Professor Sanjay Sarma. Sarma invites the audience to brainstorm about innovation in education, education as innovation, and local innovation as research projects around the world.

Content Author:
Rebecca Winthrop
Date: 15 July 2019

In this excerpt from Dr. Rebecca Winthrop's LINC 2019 keynote address, she explains what it means to leapfrog education using an example from Brazil, where innovative techniques are being used to help kids access education in remote jungle areas.

Content Author:
Rebecca Winthrop
Date: 18 June 2019

In the MIT LINC Conference 2019 Keynote address, Dr. Rebecca Winthrop discusses the possibility of leapfrogging—harnessing innovation to rapidly accelerate educational progress—to ensure that all young people develop the skills they need for a fast-changing world.

Content Author:
George Westerman, Rachel Mohammed, Mark Cousino
Date: 2 April 2019

George Westerman discusses the future of the Chief Learning Officers in corporate environments, and the learning and development functioning in companies.