The Liu Idea Lab for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (Lilie) is the home of experiential learning in entrepreneurship at Rice University.
Lilie focuses on teaching both entrepreneurial skills and the entrepreneurial mindset We prepare our students to be entrepreneurs in whatever walk of society they choose, be it a technology startup, government, civic groups, non-profits or large corporations.
Lilie is comprised of a state-of-the-art on-campus lab space, experiential courses, co-curricular opportunities, and an array of resources to support student learning in entrepreneurship.
Our experiential classes engage faculty in business, social science, engineering, and entrepreneurs and innovators from across Houston and beyond. Many courses are cross-listed as part of the curriculum in schools and programs including engineering, social science, global health, and civic leadership. The classes explore and emphasize a combination of entrepreneurial skills and mindset with critical thinking and analytical reasoning at the core.
From the internship program to the incubator, Rice provides opportunities for all aspects of entrepreneurship.
A flexible and modern space for collaboration and learning, the Liu Idea Lab is Rice’s on-campus hub for innovation and entrepreneurship. Here you will find entrepreneurs and experts in residence, mentors, and innovators from fields across campus. The Lab hosts experiential classes and co-curricular events
such as the Lilie Lectures, competitions, and workshops.
The Liu Idea Lab team are faculty and staff dedicated to supporting Rice’s entrepreneurial and innovation community. We are practitioners, researchers, investors, and experienced entrepreneurs who provide support to students as they develop and advance ideas.
4:00 PM - 5:15 PM
Join us as we speak with Nadia Morris who will be discussing innovation and entrepreneurship inside a large organization. Nadia will share how AT&T has innovated beyond a telephone service company, and how various business units work together to keep the company relevant in a wide variety of industries. She share specifically about her work at the AT&T Foundry for Connected Health, a group dedicated to technology solutions that can help improve quality of life through digital health innovations that bridge the clinical care environment with patients' daily lives.
Prior to her post in Houston, Nadia was a Lead Engineer at the Foundry in Palo Alto. She has been awarded over 45 US patents, covering areas such as network security, streaming video, radio networking, and mobile application development.
Cohosted with Bioengineering Department!