Wednesday, March 21, 2018 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Are you interested in learning how to take an idea from conceptualization to innovation?

Join Dr. Ronald DeMara – professor of electrical and computer engineering and recent winner of the second Marchioli Collective Impact Innovation Award – as he shares the strategies used to create his college-wide testing and tutoring center, the Evaluation and Proficiency Center (EPC), that’s helping students learn better.

This is the second of six events in this series, where each Marchioli Collective Impact Innovation Award recipient shares his or her tips and strategies for building partnerships, securing funding, gaining national recognition, and documenting outcomes and impact for successful projects or programs.

Half of each session is reserved for faculty and staff to ask questions, share ideas, and receive feedback from peers in an open discussion on how our institution can foster even more innovation for greater collective impact.

Open to UCF faculty and staff only. To attend this event, please register on our Eventbrite listing.

Light refreshments will be provided.

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Harris Corporation Engineering Center: 101


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