The Hunter Hub for Entrepreneurial Thinking

The Hunter Hub is the University of Calgary’s new initiative to engage and immerse the campus community in a culture of entrepreneurial thinking, challenging them with a new and bold approach to teaching, learning, discovery and knowledge-sharing.

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What does the Hunter Hub do?
The Hunter Hub is an initiative that creates and delivers programming that advances the principles of entrepreneurial thinking.

Enabling this is our collision space – a space devoted to seeding creativity and increasing entrepreneurial thinking on campus. Hunter Hub programming is for students, faculty, staff, postdoctoral scholars, alumni and the community.


Innovative, thought-provoking programming that advances the principles of entrepreneurial thinking.

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Weekly, monthly, and annual events in the Collision Space serving students (undergraduate and graduate) , as well as postdocs, staff and faculty.

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Collision space

A fully interactive space with mobile seating and flexible setup for up to 120 people. Available for Hub activities and bookings related to entrepreneurial thinking.

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For students, faculty and staff undertaking activities and co-curricular initiatives in the innovation and entrepreneurial thinking spaces.

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A hub and connector connecting the campus community with resources, opportunities and the external innovation community.

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Innovation isn't just about technology and it isn't just a buzzword. With the right guidance, tools and mindset, almost anyone can learn to be creative, innovative and entrepreneurial. And, in today's increasingly globalized, competitive, knowledge-based world, we need out young people to do just that.

Alex Bruton
senior instructor
Schulich School of Engineering

Entrepreneurial thinking is essential to enriching lives and advancing society.







I studied biomedical engineering – a field that combines medicine and engineering to help others live longer, healthier, happier lives. Now, I’m a researcher developing new ways to detect and treat breast cancer. Our programs are designed to help you take advantage of the endless possibilities engineering offers.

Kristina Rinker
Professor, Biomedical Engineering Researcher

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Have questions about the Hunter Hub? Email us at [email protected]

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