The following Programs are affiliated with the iLAB
Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship
Founded in 2000 at the Shidler College of Business, the Pacific Asian Center for Entrepreneurship (PACE) is the home for a set of experiential entrepreneurship programs at the University of Hawaii (UH). The Center’s 20+ programs offer mentorship, training and resources to all UH students and faculty, and are designed to encourage entrepreneurial thinking across disciplines and inspire entrepreneurs to move their ideas from conceptualization to commercialization.
Medical Innovation and Design (MIND)
MIND Hawaii is a program associated with the University of Hawaii whose mission is to bring together students and faculty from various fields such as Business, Medicine, Engineering, Law, and Marketing to develop solutions to challenging medical problems. MIND Hawaii provides education, mentorship, and networking opportunities. The program culminates in a year-end competition for additional funding to support the next step in the innovation lifecycle.
Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE)
CTE supports improvement, development and enhancement of university teaching and the highlighting and rewarding of excellent teaching at UH Mānoa.
The FabLab is a maker space designed for students to fabricate their designs and collaborate. This is a self-sustaining lab - lab managers and students teach other students how to properly use the equipment and software. Once taught, students should be able to teach others.