Sponsorship is a critical element for IdeaFactory initiatives to continue. Team support and product development can range from a few hundred dollars to costs exceeding $100,000.
IdeaFactory is committed to sustainable activities through commercializing the tools emerging. However, to make these tools affordable to educators and other groups and maximize societal impact, the are priced close to cost.
We gratefully acknowledge the following organizations for support:
Program and course partnerships with Chancellor’s Leadership Program, Neeley Leaders Program, Women and Gender Studies Department, Comparative Race and Ethnic Studies Department, and J.V. Roach Honors College
College of Science and Engineering for its early support and incubation for IdeaFactory.
Neeley School of Business for allowing Dr. Grau the time to be the Director of IdeaFactory and the partnership with the Institute of Entrepreneurship & Innovation
TCU has supported IdeaFactory with funds for human resources, student teams, and a space in the Rees-Jones Building.
Dr. Eric Simanek is the Robert A. Welch Professor of Chemistry, a position provides him time to pursue IdeaFactory initiatives.
The National Science Foundation provided Dr. Simanek with funds to advance education initiatives that are ultimately realized in the Pangea Mat & Cutter, Dance of the Continents and Plate Detective.