Congratulations to the winners of the 2018 Space Apps Huntsville competition, held at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center Oct. 19-21! Two of these teams advance to the global competition later this year…Read More
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What brought you here?
The Urban Engine team loves this question.
We rarely hear the same answer twice.
After asking hundreds of people how they ended up at Urban Engine we began to realize the dynamic impact our work has on the communities we serve. So, we started to capture the stories of people in our networks and the unique ways our programs and resources have made a difference in their entrepreneurial journey. Thus, The Collective Ambition was born.
The Collective Ambition™ is Urban Engine’s central hub of impact stories. It is our collection of the notable people and ideas that inspire us to spark, fuel and ignite the next generation of visionaries through our community programming. You will find features of founders and their startup stories with a focus on how their professional developments make an impact in their local cities. Experience the waves of transformation these motivational influencers have stormed through their hard work.
This weekend, Huntsville is ‘Mainstage’ for the 2018 NASA Space Apps Challenge. Called Huntsville’s biggest hackathon of the year, the Rocket City is the epicenter of an international effort…Read More
"I love watching team members communicate with each other about their ideas. There's that moment when someone actually latches on to an idea you're trying to communicate and understands where you're going with it, that is truly wonderful," said Sarah Hemmings, the Earth Science Policy Analyst from Global Space Apps Organization Team.Read More
"Space Apps is a great opportunity for NASA Marshall to engage with our local community and we are thrilled Huntsville was chosen as the Mainstage for the event," said Paul McConnaughey, associate director, technical, of NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, and the keynote speaker for the event on Friday, Oct. 19…Read More
Facilitated by Urban Engine of Huntsville and other local sponsors, the event will be held at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center’s Education Training Facility and will also be featured as the Mainstage for the challenge weekend…Read More
An Intuitive Research and Technology team is gearing up for the NASA Space Apps Challenge, the biggest hackathon event in Huntsville this year.
Huntsville was named the main stage city to host this year's challenge for the first time ever. The city will be joined by the Silicon Valley and New York City as the only cities to ever host the event.Read More