SANTA CLARA, CA – October 3rd, 2019 – Singularity University, a global community with a mission to educate, inspire, and empower leaders to apply exponential technologies to help solve humanity’s grand challenges, has announced the formation of 6 new community Chapters and 28 Chapter renewals. With the addition of Romania, there are now a total of 178 SingularityU Chapters in 73 countries.New SingularityU Chapters have been formed in Bhopal, India; Bucharest, Romania; Calgary, Canada; Galicia, Spain; Mannheim-Heidelberg, Germany; and, Salvador, Brazil.Chapter license renewals have been granted to Athens, Greece; Austin, USA; Bilbao, Spain; Bratislava, Slovakia; Brussels, Belgium; Buenos Aires, Argentina ;Chennai, India; Delhi, India; Guatemala City, Guatemala; Istanbul, Turkey; Kyoto, Japan; Lagos, Nigeria; Lima, Peru; Milan, Italy; Minneapolis-St. Paul, USA; Montreal, Canada; Mumbai, India; Munich, Germany; New York City, USA; Phoenix, USA; San Diego, USA; San Salvador, El Salvador; São Paulo, Brazil; Seattle, USA; Sevilla, Spain; St Louis, USA; Taipei, Taiwan; and Tokyo, Japan.There are now 17 Chapters in Brazil, 10 Chapters in India, 7 Chapters in Spain, 6 Chapters in Canada, and 5 Chapters in Germany.Chapter application and review periods occur quarterly, with the Q4 Chapter application process opening today, October 3rd. Innovators interested in supporting the SU mission by establishing a SingularityU Chapter can learn more by visiting su.org/chapters/apply.“The global network of Chapters at Singularity University hosts events in their local communities to explore and develop skills around the ideas of exponential technology, social impact, and abundance,” said Dharmishta Rood, Singularity University’s Managing Director of Community. “By participating in these events, attendees gain access to a network of impact-driven peers, mentors, and potential collaborators from a wide range of professional experiences including entrepreneurs, policymakers, designers, academics, and business and NGO leaders.”Chapter leadership teams represent a diversity of perspectives and experiences and demonstrate community-building skills that align with overall SingularityU Chapter goals. New Chapter and leadership team information is listed below, and you can read about each Chapter in their team’s own words on the SU Blog.
Akankssha Gupta, Anurag Padmanabhan, Dilip Dubey
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