Lilie is pleased to announce the launch of the Lilie Fellows, an undergraduate student innovation collective.
The Fellowship program builds from the insights and enthusiasm of student leaders across campus. The Lilie Fellowship is designed to cultivate meaningful dialogue among students engaged in entrepreneurial, innovative, and experiential project-based learning both within and at the boundaries of different fields of study at Rice. The Fellowship is designed to enrich the student learning experience, and to engage a conversation and undertakings that will help sustain and enliven an innovation and learning community within the Liu Idea Lab and across Rice in the months and years to come. The Lilie Fellows will have the opportunity to engage in a curricular option as part of the Fellowship through the Thinking Differently series, offered through the Department of Social Sciences.
Check back for applications for 2019-2020 cohort.
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Date to be determined – February 2019
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
We've all heard the grim statistics on startup failure rates. Make sure you've found the "right it" by testing your hypothesis before investing countless dollars and hours pursuing your idea. Pretotyping and prototyping offer many ways to test a product or service with minimal build-out, use of resources, or emotional attachment.
Work with Kara to ensure that you are addressing the problem with the best solution possible.
Kara Palamountain is a professor at the Kellogg School of Management and the president of the Northwestern Global Health Foundation. She has managed over 50 Kellogg field research teams conducting market entry analysis for medical technologies in over a dozen countries in Africa, Asia and South America. Prior to her work at the Northwestern Global Health Foundation and at Kellogg, Kara worked as a management consultant in Deloitte's Healthcare practice for over six years.