NUvention: Web + Media
NUvention: Web + Media 2017 applications are now closed.
NUvention: Web + Media is a two-quarter capstone course in which students work across disciplines and Northwestern schools to design, plan, and run web-based businesses. Project areas include iPad/Tablet App, Mobile Applications, New Media, Social Gaming, Twitter or Facebook Apps, eCommerce/Deals, Analytics, Cloud, Big Data or ideas from students in the program.
Teams are able to continue to work on their projects after the completion of the course. Past NUvention: Web + Media teams have gone on to make TechCrunch, PCMag, Rolling Stone and GigaOM headlines and join incubators, while others are bootstrapping and building their businesses to this day.
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Information Session Slides
View and download the PowerPoint slides presented at our NUvention: Web + Media's October '17 information sessions. These slides include information about past projects, the course timeline and a course overview.
Since NUvention: Web + Media (formerly NUvention: Web) began in Winter 2010, students have brought business ideas to life involving social-network advertising, photo-sharing, professional career tracking software and much more. Explore the projects seeded in the course.
*Plus, view our tweetable recap of the NUvention: Web Final Pitches in June 2014
One student called this course life-changing and the best decision made at Northwestern, but don't take our word for it. Take a look at honest feedback from former NUvention: Web + Media students.
The NUvention: Web + Media Advisory Board is made up of dynamic professionals, including founders, serial entrepreneurs, and capital advisors. View bios and profiles of the NUvention: Web + Media board members.