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Creative Flow: The Nile Project and Social Entrepreneurship
Wed, April 26, 2017, 5:00 PM – 6:00 PM EDT
Artist Talk—Creative Flow: The Nile Project and Social Entrepreneurship
Mina Girgis, CEO of the Nile Project and Jamie Coughlin, Director of Entrepreneurship at Dartmouth examine how an innovative music collective re-imagines international water sustainability.
Co-sponsored by DEN and the Hopkins Center for the Arts
Wednesday 26 April 2017, 5:00PM - 6:00PM
Networking immediately following
For more information call the Hopkins Center for the Arts at 603-646-2010.
Mina Girgis, CEO of the Nile Project, and Jamie Coughlin, Director of Entrepreneurship at Dartmouth, examine how an innovative music collective reimagines international water sustainability.
Mina Girgis is an ethnomusicologist with background in hospitality experience design, Mina explores new ways to cultivate environments conducive to learning, making, and experiencing music. He specializes in curating and producing innovative musical collaborations across diverse styles. Mina earned his bachelor in Hospitality Administration from Florida State University.
For information about the Nile Project please link to http://nileproject.org/
The DEN fosters and promotes entrepreneurship. The DEN includes over 50,000 people and 6 chapter cities, offering courses, workshops, speaker series, startup competitions and networking activities. Founded in 2000, the DEN is a core component the Office of Entrepreneurship and Technology Transfer at Dartmouth.
In the heart of the Arts and Innovation District in Hanover, the DEN Innovation Center is part of the Office of the Provost.
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