Features - Innovation Lab
Through the Honors College Innovation Lab, students are tackling real world problems in meaningful ways through sustainable business concepts and strategies. Below are stories that highlight their creativity, intellectual curiosity, deep collaboration, and impact and engagement in the world.
By Claire Donahue, HC Media Team Lead Features Developer
Sarah Pomeranz ('20, RBS/HC/DRC) has dedicated her time at Rutgers to developing her leadership and entrepreneurship skills, and expanding her knowledge of the world, all to focus on social justice. Following graduation, she'll begin her year as a John Lewis Fellow through the prestigious Humanity in Action Fellowship with a full-time position this fall as a strategy consultant at Accenture in Washington, DC.
By Cynthia Medina | Rutgers Today
As Annie ('19, Bloustein/HC) reflects on her experiences at Rutgers, she believes that the most important takeaway is Merakhi, a company that she created with her fellow Honors College students to develop smart jewelry that prevents sexual assault and saves lives.
By Simran Fernandes ('19, RBS/HC/DRC)
Originally meant to be a wedding gift, one design project turned into an entrepreneurial venture for Yash ('19, RBS/HC). His work developing Entractiv, a smart technology start-up, and leading an interdisciplinary team of students serves as his Honors College Capstone Project.
Team Sulis Shares India Pilot Progress and Finishes First Week at Hult Prize Accelerator Program on a Strong Note
By Team Sulis
Sulis team members Sarah Pomeranz ('20, RBS/HC/DRC), Anurag Modak ('20, SAS/HC), Ari Mendelow ('18, SOE), and Yuki Osumi ('20, SAS/HC) shared an update of their India Pilot Program and news that they ended their first week at the Hult Prize 2018 Accelerator Program in London among the top 6 of 40
Merakhi team participated as the first all undergraduate team in RBS annual business plan competition
By Rutgers Business School
The annual business plan competition at Rutgers Business School ended in an unprecedented first place tie between a pair of app developers and a team with plans to open a restaurant...
By Andrea Alexander | Rutgers Today
The groups hope to follow in the steps of Roshni Rides, the Rutgers team that won the $1 million prize last year
Monday, December 5, 2016 | Rutgers Today, Your Source for University News
Six proposals, from a pacifier that can deliver nutrients to newborns to a Bluetooth device to help prevent sexual assault, are in incubation stage this year
The Honors College Forum culminates in interdisciplinary project-based teams presenting detailed plans for change-making products, services, or initiatives.