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Spring 2018 Review

This past semester has been a busy one for the Ain Center! From competitions to community workshops, we have expanded our offerings and enjoyed every minute.

Read more about our favorite moments from Spring 2018 here.

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Fulbright-RAF Scholar’s Experience at U of R

Each fall, the Ain Center welcomes visiting faculty from Romania to explore entrepreneurship. Vladimir Tanasiev, a member of the 2017 cohort, explains how his time at the University of Rochester inspired new ideas and fruitful partnerships.

Read the blog post here.

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Talent Nyumbani: A Social-Driven Project to Grow Africa’s Talent

In 2016, undergrad Joshua “Dewey” Bazirake ’20 founded Talent Nyumbani, a social non-profit organization in Kampala, Uganda.  Talent Nyumbani aims to highlight and develop youth talent, while also promoting innovations in the arts and sciences.

Read more about Dewey’s experiences here.

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Experiencing

Meliora

Each fall, the Ain Center welcomes visiting faculty from Romania to explore entrepreneurship. Anca Nicolau, a member of the 2017 cohort, shares the three distinct facets of her semester in the United States at the University of Rochester.

Read the blog post here.

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Growing in the US, Changing Mindsets in Romania

Each fall, the Ain Center welcomes visiting faculty from Romania to explore entrepreneurship. Mihai Dragomir, a member of the 2017 cohort, relates how his semester in the US kickstarted his drive to grow entrepreneurship in Romania.

Read the blog post here.

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Introducing the Entrepreneur Connector

We want to help you find your team, so we created the Entrepreneur Connector wall outside our office!

Learn more here.

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Meliora: A New Idea for Romanian Entrepreneurs

Each fall, the Ain Center welcomes visiting faculty from Romania to explore entrepreneurship. Dragos Vintila, a member of the 2017 cohort, talks about his time in the states and the relationship between formal education and learning via experience.

Read the blog post here.