IN I-Corps Hub
University of Pittsburgh

IN I-Corps at
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The University of Pittsburgh is one of the partner institutions that make up the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps Hub: Interior Northeast Region. IN I-Corps aims to expand the nation’s geography of innovation by creating a cohesive innovation ecosystem that delivers inclusive models of education and workforce training designed for and by innovators in rural regions and small cities.

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Upcoming Events

Regional I-Corps Courses and Info Sessions are open to anyone, regardless of University affiliation or geographic location. Courses can be virtual or hybrid, and sometimes are intended for innovators in a specific field. For a list of all upcoming events, please see the IN I-Corps Events page.

News

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NSF Awards Cornell University $15 Million to Lead I-Corps: Interior Northeast Region Hub  2560 1707 I-Corps Hub: Interior Northeast

NSF Awards Cornell University $15 Million to Lead I-Corps: Interior Northeast Region Hub 

The National Science Foundation has awarded Cornell University a $15 million, five-year grant to lead the newest Innovation Corps Hub, I-Corps: Interior Northeast Region.

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Team

Evan Facher

Evan Facher

Vice Chancellor for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

University of Pittsburgh (Pitt)

William Clark

William “Buddy” Clark

Professor

University of Pittsburgh (Pitt)

John Inserra

John Inserra

National Science Foundation Innovation-Corps Program Manager, University of Pittsburgh Innovation Institute

University of Pittsburgh (Pitt)

Paul Petrovich

Paul Petrovich

Assistant Director Business Development

University of Pittsburgh (Pitt)

Peter Allen

Peter Allen

Executive Director, Inventor Engagement and New Ventures

University of Pittsburgh (Pitt)

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