University of Utah (Lassonde Studios) looks forward to hosting the 7th annual Entrepreneurial Living-Learning Community Roundtable May 22-23, 2018
Lassonde Studios: University of Utah, 1701 Student Life Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84112
This program was created in 2012 by the Innovation Living-Learning Community at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in order to give leaders of ELLCs the opportunity to gather in one spot for shared discussion and networking opportunities. Staff from campuses that are considering starting ELLCs are also welcome and encouraged to join us! The content of the Roundtable is very participant-driven, with lots of opportunities to explore program successes and help answer each other’s questions.
Registration fee is $200 to attend this event, which includes light breakfasts & lunches but participants are responsible for providing their own transportation, accommodations and one dinner. This conference is open to University administration, faculty and staff.
2018 Roundtable Agenda
Full agenda TBA to include programming for the whole day May 22 and through lunch on May 23. Topics will be developed based on interest expressed on registration, but will include a student entrepreneur panel discussion, an established program panel discussion, a tour of the Lassonde Studios, and networking opportunities.
University Guest House and Conference Center
110 South Fort Douglas Blvd.
Salt Lake City, UT 84113-5036
Ask for the ELLC Conference rooms
Price is $120/night
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Host a Future ELLC Roundtable
Would your school like to consider hosting the Entrepreneurial Living-Learning Community Roundtable for a future summer? Please contact Jennifer Bechtel (217)244-4850 email@example.com for more information on this opportunity to showcase your school's unique program and resources. Past hosts include University of Illinois, University of Florida, Georgia Institue of Technology and University of Wisconsin, and University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Event support offered to the host school through the Technology Entrepreneur Center (TEC) and the Innovation Living-Learning Community at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.