The third prep session for the EPIC Ideas Showcase, come learn the ins and outs of filling out your application for the competition. Learn how to organize, develop and refine your application to earn the best chance of acceptance. If you are not able to attend but still would like assistance, email email@example.com to get a time set up!
A big ol’ rant fest to discuss things that simply suck or are broken and need to be fixed ASAP. At this informal ideation session we’ll bitch and moan and then translate our frustrations into solutions for the problems that bug you the most.
From design fails to climate change, bring your anger and with a little ambition, we’ll come up with solutions that could make life easier for everyone! See you there, doors at 4 p.m. at the Innovation Factory on the second floor of the UC above the Bookstore.
This lecture will teach students how to recognize the traits of their fellow team members, and how to work together cohesively in light of those traits. Snacks and plastic-free water will be provided. Doors open at 3:50 at the Innovation Factory on the second floor of the UC above the Bookstore. See you there!
Come meet with Benjamin Ferencz, the founder of FairEnds a sustainable hat and clothing company. This is an incredible opportunity to engage with the founder of a local business that has gone global with its products in under 10 years. We will be meeting in the Innovation Factory on the second floor of the UC at 3 p.m.
FairEnds was born in 2011 out of simplicity, with no logos, no eccentricities and no preciousness. Ben and Martin wanted to make a line of colorful hats that were both urban and western, a nod to their cross-country locations. Instead of “limited-edition” and “exclusive”, they wanted “something for everyone.”
FairEnds hats are made in California and can now be found at stores around the world. And keep an eye out for the FairEnds empire to keep expanding, with new product launches and collaborations planned.
Nationally known singer-songwriters from across the country will descend upon the University of Montana to co-headline the Grizzly Songwriters Showcase at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13, in the Dennison Theatre.
Tom Catmull “Sail On Gone,” John Floridis “Musician’s Spotlight,” Susan Gibson “Wide Open Spaces,” Kostas “Timber, I’m Falling In Love,” and John Pierce “Sweet Annie,” will share their lyrics and stories behind them, which have been made famous by artists such as the Zac Brown Band, Dixie Chicks, Dwight Yoakam, and George Strait, among others. All five artists have ties to the University of Montana and have called Montana home.
Ticket prices for this remarkable event start at $10 for Students, $30 General Admission, and $50 for a limited VIP ticket, which includes a private Q&A session and meet & greet. Tickets are on sale now at http://bit.ly/2lTJ3Mm.