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ENTREP 473: NUvention: Media

Quarter Offered

Fall: Wednesdays, 1 – 3:50 p.m.

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites, but prior Farley coursework or practical experience in a relevant field is encouraged. An application is required.

Description

NUvention: Media (ENTREP 473, JOUR 390, JOUR 435) brings together students from across Northwestern schools who are interested in the future of media and want to learn a process for creating new ventures in the media industry, broadly considered. In this class, the instructors will assign student teams a problem space to engage with over the course of the quarter, which will anchor team projects. Along the way, students will learn a process of innovation and venture development that can be applied in multiple contexts, and will have the opportunity to engage with industry veterans who may provide feedback on their projects. The quarter will culminate in a final pitch event.

Faculty

Hayes Ferguson
Jeremy Gilbert
Tran Ha

 

 

 

 

Course Details

Requirements that this course satisfies: Serves as the experiential course for the Farley undergraduate and graduate minors in entrepreneurship. 

Duration: 3 hours, once per week

Class size: 35-40 students

Apply Now

To apply for a seat in the Fall 2022 section of this class, please submit this application by 11:59 p.m. CT on May 22. Questions about the application process can be directed to farley@northwestern.edu.

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Who Should Enroll

Open to all Northwestern undergraduate and graduate students interested in venture creation in the media industry.

Advisers

NUvention advisers are industry experts who bring real world experience into the classroom on a regular basis. They collaborate with the faculty and mentor students, providing feedback as the students innovate. Students often cite their advisers as playing a crucial role in their student journey.

Network of Experts

The Farley Center connects students with a robust network of innovation and entrepreneurship experts. These experts serve as guest judges, attend pitch events, and give talks and seminars.

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