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Elements to synthesize for CIBM chapter

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Leticia Britos Cavagnaro

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Transcript of Elements to synthesize for CIBM chapter

Student VP
Faculty VP
VP for the school
Application
(and selection)
process
Training:
online /Wiki
in person
Launch
Spotlight
Race to Innovate (title doesn't match)
Team-based approach
Ripple Effect
Agency
Compensation
Community
Strategic Partnerships/
Big Tent
Approach
Building up the faculty component
Bringing student voice to national conversations around education and I&E
Navigating academia requires similar skills to navigating workplace as young hires
participation in I-Corps L: towards a sustainable business model post-NSF grant
2. Pre-Epicenter History/Context: Don’t spend a ton of space on this, but perhaps highlight some early pre-Epicenter programs to train student innovators.
3. Genesis of the Epicenter: Describe the perceived problems or deficits that were motivating establishment of something like the Epicenter (see above). Also, who were the key players, how did they go about getting the money, what was the vision, what were the challenges?

4. How It Works: What is your core work? How did you (do you) go about setting up
programs, recruiting universities and students, convincing deans and professors, doling out grants, providing support and best practices ‐ essentially, how does it work? The program has been going for a few years now ‐ how has it evolved and changed based on things you’ve learned?
5. Examples/Case Studies: Here, it might make sense to provide a couple of case studies,
perhaps look specifically at how UIF has worked (or not worked) at one or two universities. Provide specifics, quote the students, the university administrators, etc. Why was university X motivated to do this, what challenges did X face, who were the champions/leaders/professors/students at X, how were the challenges overcome, what were the accomplishments and positive outcomes? If the UIF was NOT a success at University Y, why was that, what did you learn, how did you apply that?
6. Why It Works/Efficacy/Outcomes/Sustainability: Looking back on the totality of the UIF
program, perhaps you can provide some stats ‐ # of universities, # of students served, $$ handed out, etc. Why do you think it has been effective, what’s the secret sauce? Long‐term sustainability is tough with student‐centric programs, because students graduate and leave. How has UIF addressed this ‐ is UIF having sustained success at its universities (or do your programs struggle once certain students graduate)?
7. The Future of UIF: Where is the program headed? Your vision? Near, medium, long term goals?

Strategic Communications (Brand) and Storytelling as part of the VP for students, faculty and institutions
Meetups: Annual and Regional
(note use language in RFP for regional (unlocking the region), use articles for Annual)
Process/ Journey of the Fellows
What the program empowers students to achieve
Case studies of impact
Business Model
Sagefox EMS data?
How the students
accelerate
institutional change
Opportunities for Growth
Importance of partnership with faculty
Google 4 case studies
Smithsonian original workshop case studies
Secret sauce
Elements of 'Scaling up':
Budhist v Catholic approach
non-prescriptive
Inclusive/Big Tent Approach
Authentic/ Scrappy Real 'Movement' / Transparency
Experiments
Stats over time
Sagefox
1. Powerful Overview
Bigger context/
Epi / STVP / VentureWell
+ UWM (named)
- Lehigh / U-Mich / Stanford (unnamed)

the art of mentoring fellows
-perceived or real abundance of offerings
-non supportive faculty sponsor
-affect of controlling faculty member
-unmotivated students / 'dud' / motivated by the wrong things
pedagogy
global
different types of schools (liberal arts, community college, etc.)
additional institutional / student offerings
immersive silicon valley experience/
cammy abernathy
more diversity among the participating schools and the Fellows themselves (women, HSI and more HBCUs) - need stats

combine efforts with researchers to learn more about what makes Fellows successful as change agents, and sharing learnings more broadly: EMS, other
diversity and inclusion
economies of scale
addressing emerging needs of key stakeholders
learning and sharing learnings
site visit data vs. consider: ask ilya to write short sidebar?
-buy-in from leadership
-supportive faculty sponsor who empowers students
-Fellows from different schools and levels
-
communities of practice; quote B+E white paper (in writing)
HF
HF
LBC
LBC
LBC
HF
HF
LBC
LBC
LBC
HF
HF
LBC
HF
New home
Fundraising
Visible: Entrepreneurial journey and mindsets employed in starting, growing and managaging program.
I think this
*is* the
business model
section. Re-organizing.
Check it the doc.
and, as you can see from the section in process,
this fits nicely in the process/journey of Fellows.
HF/LBC
Student VP
Faculty VP
VP for the school
Application

(and selection)

process
Training:
online /Wiki
in person
Launch
Spotlight
Race to Innovate (title doesn't match)
Team-based approach
at their schools
Compensation
Community
Strategic Partnerships/
Big Tent
Approach
Building up the faculty component:
the art of mentoring fellows
new pedagogy
Bringing student voice to national conversations around education and I&E
Navigating academia requires similar skills to navigating workplace as young hires
participation in I-Corps L: towards a sustainable business model post-NSF grant
2. High-level context, Pre-epicenter; Genesis of the Epicenter: Describe the perceived problems or deficits that were motivating establishment of something like the Epicenter (see above). Also, who were the key players, how did they go about getting the money, what was the vision, what were the challenges?

4. How It Works: What is your core work? How did you (do you) go about setting up
programs, recruiting universities and students, convincing deans and professors, doling out grants, providing support and best practices ‐ essentially, how does it work? The program has been going for a few years now ‐ how has it evolved and changed based on things you’ve learned?
The Future of UIF: Where is the program headed? Your vision? Near, medium, long term goals?

Strategic Communications (Brand) and Storytelling as part of the VP for students, faculty and institutions
Meetups: Annual and Regional
(note use language in RFP for regional (unlocking the region), use articles for Annual)
3. Journey to become a Fellow and the growth of the program
Business Model
Elements of 'Scaling up':
Budhist v Catholic approach
non-prescriptive
Authentic/ Scrappy Real 'Movement' / Transparency
Experiments
Stats on activation
Stats on growth;
# of universities, # of students served,
1. world is changing (tech, etc.), uncertain future, Record unemployment amongst college students, a degree is no longer guarantee of employment
2. future graduate need new mindsets and skills
3. Innovation and entrepreneurship provide those mindsets and skills
4. they are desired by students and industry
5. but education system is slow to change
6. students can and should lead this revolution
7. they are the perfect change agents because (a), (b) and (c), and the results are better than previous efforts
8. In this chapter we will tell you about a program that empowers students as change agents. We will tell you how it got started, how it works, and its impact.


1. [Bigger context/..]
global
different types of schools (liberal arts, community college, etc.)
additional institutional / student offerings:
immersive silicon valley experience (cammy abernathy's idea)
more diversity among the participating schools and the Fellows themselves (women, HSI and more HBCUs) - need stats

combine efforts with researchers to learn more about what makes Fellows successful as change agents, and sharing learnings more broadly: EMS, other
diversity and inclusion
economies of scale
addressing emerging needs of key stakeholders
learning and sharing learnings
communities of practice;
quote B+E white paper (in writing)
HF
HF
LBC
LBC
LBC
HF
HF
LBC
HF
New home
Fundraising
Visible: Entrepreneurial journey and mindsets employed in starting, growing and managaging program.
HF/LBC
challenges
- role of faculty, acheiving a delicate balance
-institutions with an abundance of resources
-institutional resistance
-institutional politics
- sustaing a Fellows' project (handoff)
2. The Genesis and Evolution of Epicenter and the University Innovation Fellows Program
4. What the Program Empowers Students to Achieve
5. Delighting Multiple Stakeholders: Arriving at a Program Model That Works

Stats on what they achieve
6. Opportunities for Growth
LBC
Authentic/ Scrappy Real 'Movement' / Transparency/ Experiments
Strategic Partnerships/
Big Tent
Approach
Intro
The Genesis and Evolution of Epicenter and the University Innovation Fellows Program
draft v.1 and edits
Call, vision and team
The starting point: listening, experimenting, learning
Call, vision and team
Students As Change Agents: A Paradigm Shift
Achieving Scale By Leveraging Online Training
Developing Students as Strategic Thinkers (note: this describes the LC)
An Open Source Platform for Sharing Strategies
An Inclusive Approach Towards Frameworks and Partners
Training as a Screening Process
Fellows for Life
Leveraging Silicon Valley
A Shared Funding Strategy
The Journey to Become a Fellow
How Students Effect Change At Their Schools and Beyond
Creating Environments that Nurture Student Innovators
Reimagining Learning Experiences
Reaching All Students
Engaging Community and Alumni
Bringing The Student Voice To National Conversations About Education and I&E
(note: including #uifresh)

From School To The Real World
Belonging To A Community of Practice
A Program Model That Works
Student Value Proposition
Faculty Value Proposition
Institutional Value Proposition
Storytelling
Ripple Effect
Compensation and Program Funding
Team-based Approach
Challenges
To Infinity... And Beyond
(removed demand from different schools and needs of faculty)
Audra asked to condense
Audra: distill these sections into a ~300-word section describing the various growth strategies ("Scaling Up and Searching for Sustainability")
red: cut from edited
green: asked to condense
The University Innovation Fellows: The Making of a Movement
cut paragraph on broadening of disciplines
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