Last night Innovation Guelph hosted the first Canadian Global Impact Competition at the Frank Hasenfratz Centre of Excellence. Six finalistspitched their big ideas to a crowd of 150 people and five judges.
Congratulations once again to the six finalists who competed in the first Canadian Global Impact Competition!
After a tough session of deliberation, judge and COO of Innovation Guelph Dr. James Doran, announced Tam Etmannski of Calgary, Alberta as the winner and recipient of a $30,000 scholarship to Singularity University’s Graduate Studies Program.
Tam’s idea, an online thesis archive portal called Stackz, will empower Canadians by making academic journals digestible and accessible.
The Graduate Studies Program is a 10 week immersive learning program limited to 80 participants. The program starts June 14th at Singularity University in the NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley, California.