Faculty, Students, and Alumni advance the next generation of inventors in latest “Technology and Innovation” Journal

Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Technology and Innovation: Invention Education

Faculty, students, and alumni have authored much of the current edition of Technology and Innovation (Vol. 20, No. 3). This issue explores the interdisciplinary topic of “Invention Education,” and seeks to remedy a lack of attention on active support for developing young inventors by focusing on the structure, execution and results of local and national invention education efforts from primary school through higher education. It also, as described in the alumni-authored opening editorial, “explores ways educators are designing and making available to diverse groups of people opportunities to learn the processes, practices, and ways of thinking like inventors.” Learn more about the “Invention Education” edition of Technology and Innovation here.

Articles by Gevirtz School related authors are as follows: 

Technology and Innovation, edited and published by the National Academy of Inventors, is a forum for presenting information encompassing the entire field of applied sciences, with a focus on transformative technology and academic innovation.

[Authors in this issue are available for interviews; contact Kelsi Elliott at 805-893-3346.]