UNC selected for esteemed national Innovation Corps program


The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has been selected as a National Science Foundation Innovation Corps site, part of a larger effort to scale the national innovation network to rapidly advance solutions that benefit society. The I-Corps program represents a major nationally accredited designation in entrepreneurial leadership for UNC. (UNC.edu)

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UNC selected for esteemed national Innovation Corps program


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