The University Innovation Fellows program empowers students to become agents of change at their schools. Rebecka Seward, a 2016 Ethos Speaker, has been selected as one of the three fellows of the program. With her colleagues Ann Delaney and Kelly Schut, Rebecka has completed a six week long training course and will represent Boise State at the University Innovation Fellows annual meet-up in March in California’s Silicon Valley.
Boise State University joins 47 other higher education institutions with 155 students as University Innovation Fellows. These fellows aim to create “lasting institutional change and create opportunities for students to engage with innovation, entrepreneurship, design thinking and creativity at their schools.” You can find out more about innovation fellows here.
“Since innovation in higher education stems from any and all stakeholders, I’m excited at the prospect of our students contributing to the innovations occurring within the College of Innovation and Design, for the benefit of Boise State University,” said Gordon Jones, dean of the college.
Congratulations, Rebecka! The Ethos Project can not wait to see what kind of change you bring about campus!