North­eastern Uni­ver­sity wants your answer to the ques­tion: “How would you use tech­nology to solve a problem you face every day?” And they want you to scribe that answer on the side of a truck.

On Thursday, the university’s D’Amore-McKim School of Busi­ness will be announcing its White­board Inno­va­tion Chal­lenge at BostInno’s State of Inno­va­tion Forum, set to take place at the Westin Water­front begin­ning at 1 p.m.

The con­test coin­cides with the launch of Northeastern’s new Master of Sci­ence in Inno­va­tion, a one-​​year, part-​​time pro­gram designed specif­i­cally with working pro­fes­sionals in mind. With an emphasis on cor­po­rate inno­va­tion, the pro­gram is intended to pro­vide stu­dents with the skill set they need to advance in their career, whether that be at a tech­nology com­pany boasting five or 5,000 employees.

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