Elementary Students Inspired By Inventionland Founder and CEO

What happens when the nurse gets sick? Inventionland Founder and CEO Mr. George Davison recently spoke to a group of 120 local fifth-grade elementary school students to create a solution to notifying the school if the nurse is not in her office. The eager students first learned about Inventionland and the start-to-finish process of creating[…]

Inventionland Kicks Off 2017 by Joining Steelers, Chevron to Award $16,000 in Innovation Gifts to Classroom Leaders!

The Pittsburgh Steelers are used to being champions on the field; but, the team recently shared the spotlight with 16 area educators as part of the team’s “Leaders in the Classroom” program, an initiative also sponsored by Inventionland and the Chevron Corporation. The 16 Leaders in the Classroom were recognized at Heinz Field at the[…]

Bringing Transformational Value to Students & Teachers Alike

At the core beginning of Inventionland, CEO and founder Mr. George Davison set out to transform the ordinary work environment by creating a unique space that would inspire. As we fast forward to present day, Inventionland has become the hub for what now serves as a source for not only forward-thinking ideas and innovation, but[…]

DuBois Business College Students Complete Inventing Curriculum with Innovative Presentations!

Our creative design facility is always bursting with new designs, prototypes and products; but, last week, two groups of students from the DuBois Business College brought a little extra innovation to Inventionland. As part of our interactive, 9-step inventing course developed out of our Education Division, the groups began their journey into real-world inventing at our creative space. After a[…]

One Innovative Kiski School Space Inspires Another!

When The Kiski School in Saltsburg, Pennsylvania reached out to us last summer for some help in creating a custom creative haven for their students, our founder and CEO George Davison, who also happens to be a proud Kiski alum, couldn’t have been happier to lend his creative expertise! The result of our collaboration with The Kiski[…]

Pittsburgh Publications are Buzzing about our Project-Based Curriculum!

A Pittsburgh-based publication is helping to spread the word about the region’s latest project-based inventing curriculum that also promotes STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) education. Trib Total Media contributing writer Joyce Hanz recently published “Inventionland helps build new products, entrepreneurs,” where she explored our CEO and founder’s inventing history, our creative design warehouse[…]