As unanimously approved by our membership during our last annual meeting, we are excited to launch our pilot certificate and micro-credential programs this fall. Our first program is the new Venture Makers ”Collision” short course on Creating Value in a Rapidly Changing World.
Led by Western Sydney University, this program will hopefully lead to agreements in which Alliance institutions can eventually offer formal certificates or credit programs which fellow members might choose to accept as part of their curriculum.
The Secretariat Office wishes to especially recognize and thank Inu Rana for generously developing this project. Inu Rana works with Launch Pad, Western Sydney University's tech business incubator, and her work portfolio ranges from managing businesses, advising start-ups and working with the manufacturing.
Thankful for the generosity of our colleagues at Western Sydney University, this course is being offered at no cost to our GISU Alliance member universities.