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The IC² Institute is an interdisciplinary research unit of The University of Texas at Austin which works to advance the theory and practice of entrepreneurial wealth creation.
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The IC² Institute will host a one-day conference on April 5, 2019, to examine the power of STEM education in regional technology policy. More
Training sessions at IC² kick off expansion of programs at the San Antonio community college district. More
So far this year, IC² has engaged with 87 students and 30 faculty in 11 colleges at UT Austin. More
The business and innovation internships will include travel to India, Poland, or Korea. More
Report on the current state of the Belizean educational system and recommendations for reforms. Written under the auspices of the Bridging Disciplines Programs at The University of Texas at Austin with mentor David V. Gibson of the IC² Institute.
Global recessions and structural economic shifts are motivating government and business leaders worldwide to increasingly look to “their” universities to stimulate regional development and to contribute to national competiveness. The challenge is clear and the question is pressing: How will … More
The IC² Institute will host a demo and tech briefing by Take the Wind, a venture in the UTEN-Portugal program. More
Institute is instrumental in creation of new U.S. State Department platform to develop young entrepreneurs More
More than ever, innovative and hard-working Texans need efficient and effective systems that promote economic mobility and opportunity. Currently, Texas faces two major public policy challenges. The first is that many Texans are outside the financial mainstream with subpar credit … More
Education and Work after High School: Recent Findings from the Central Texas Student Futures Project
Any strong regional economy is built on the success of its educational system, both secondary and postsecondary. The Central Texas Student Futures project is providing a new comprehensive, longitudinal study of high school graduates. This project combines surveys of high … More