The Mandela Washington Fellowship for Young African Leaders offers an opportunity for young leaders (ages 25-35) from Sub-Saharan Africa to hone their skills at a U.S. college or university and continuing professional development support upon returning home.
The Great Minds Initiative offers 3-6 month internships held at an IBM Research lab in Zurich, Nairobi, or Johannesburg. Internships are open to full-time Master's degree students from central and eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
The Graduate Entrepreneurship Fund (GEF) encourages Nigerian youth to pursue entrepreneurship and business ventures, offering capacity building and financial support for bankable business ideas.
The Global Innovation Exchange Design Competition aims to foster innovative and inclusive solutions to global challenges. Every year addresses a different field is in which innovation and development is necessary.
The Fulbright Foreign Student Program enables graduate students and young professionals from over 160+ countries to perform research in the United States each year.
The following poster template from the UBORA design competition demonstrates how to structure a design competition poster submission.
The following source by North Carolina State University provides both a tutorial and learning assessment on the essentials of active learning.
The following self-assessment is intended to help Higher Education Institutions gauge their own performance and identify areas to improve support for research & innovation structures.
The following resource serves as an example of an invention disclosure form, usually submitted as a starting point to begin a patent on a resource or technology.
This work package for instructors accompanies the AHEAD Innovation Management in Low- and Middle-Income Countries module.