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Fall Feedback F.A.Q.
Q: What is Fall Feedback? A: Fall Feedback is a component of the competition where teams submit a grant proposal. This submission will be reviewed by Innoventure directors to ensure teams are meeting the requirements of each component. Teams selected to advance to the next stage of the competition will be given critical feedback that will assist them in fully developing their product and company for the final competition. Q: Is it mandatory? A: Fall Feedback is mandatory. Innoventure directors will determine if teams are invited to the final competition based on their Fall Feedback submission. This change has been made to ensure that students are not leaving their entire project for the final month before the final competition and to raise the bar on the quality of projects that are at the final competition. Q: When is Fall Feedback due? A: Fall Feedback is due on October 30, 2009 by 5:00pm.
Q: What should be included in Fall Feedback? A: In one document you need to upload the following: -Cover Letter -Executive Summary -Proposal Data -Issue -Project -Implications -Background -Project -Personnel -Proof of Innovation -Program Activities -Products -Budget
Q: I know what I have to submit, but I dont know what it all means. Help! A: You can access the Fall Feedback template by clicking on the Guidebook & Templates tab. The template will give you specifics on each component of Fall Feedback. If there are words or concepts that you dont understand you can ask your advisor, your mentor, or the Innoventure Director. Q: What types of documents are accepted? A: Unfortunately, we can only accept the following file types : *.jpg, *.gif, *.png, *.doc, *.xls, *.pdf, *.ppt, *.rtf, *.docx, *.xlsx, *.pptx, *.mov, *.wmv, *.avi If you are using the template uploaded from the Innoventure Network there shouldnt be any file complications.