Fostering Entrepreneurship Education in Europe

The EEE Project promotes sustainable relationships among universities and other key actors in the regional ecosystem to embed entrepreneurship education in higher education curriculum.

When

20th June 2018
at 14.30

Where

The Mermaid Theatre, London
UK

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WHY YOU SHOULDN'T MISS THIS EVENT
Key reasons to join

Meet professionals

who would like to establish transnational cooperations, and explore and co-develop new approaches to embedding entrepreneurship education.




Engage

in lively discussions participated by experts from three continents, with their unique perspectives in embedding entrepreneurship education during the global experiences panel.

Explore

our EEE project outputs during the showcasing session, including practical tools to establish regional alliances, and promote and teach entrepreneurship.




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Speakers

Our line-up

Daniel
Worch

Chief Executive of Univations GmbH

Daniel Worch

Daniel has more than 10 years of experience of working in business, enterprise and economic development, and now serves as the Chief Executive of Univations GmbH. Daniel joined the company in 2010 after his first steps in industry and as project manager in the chamber of crafts Halle-Dessau. Daniel has excellent contacts to national and international investors and is a very experienced coach for start-ups.

Thorsten
Kliewe

UIIN / ACEEU / S2BMRC

Thorsten Kliewe

Co-founder of UIIN, Thorsten focuses on activities that aim to connect university and business representatives in an open innovation environment. Thorsten is affiliated with the Science-to-Business Marketing Research Centre (S2BMRC) in Germany, where he is the Deputy-Managing Director. In this role, he lectures and conducts research and industry projects at the intersection of innovation, entrepreneurship and marketing.

Ingrid
Wakkee

Professor of Entrepreneurship at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Ingrid Wakkee

Ingrid Wakkee is the AUAS Professor of Entrepreneurship and is responsible for the university-wide entrepreneurship research and student-entrepreneurship support program. Her research focuses on topics like (learning from) entrepreneurial failure and recovery, collaborative entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship education. Her work has been published in various international peer reviewed journals and collected volumes in the field of entrepreneurship.

Rodney
Ridley

Executive Director of the Allan P. Kirby Center for Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship

Rodney Ridley

Rodney serves as the Executive Director of the Allan P. Kirby Center for Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship and the Allan P. Kirby Jr. Distinguished Professor of Free Enterprise and Entrepreneurship. Rodney is a co-founder of the center’s business mentor program. Ridley also teaches courses in the Jay S. Sidhu School of Business and Leadership and the College of Science and Engineering at Wilkes University.

Silvia
McCormack

Academic Coordinator Coursework at La Trobe University

Silvia McCormack

Silvia is the Academic Coordinator Coursework at La Trobe University in the College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce. She is strongly committed to the success of the University and its students and to the student experience. Her role involves the development, promotion, implementation and evaluation of strategies to foster high-quality and innovative approaches to curriculum design, course development and learning and teaching.

Szabolcs
Prónay

Assistant Professor at the University of Szeged

Szabolcs Prónay

Szabolcs was born in Hungary and graduated as economist at the University of Szeged. He received PhD degree in 2011 on the topic of brand symbolism and brand loyalty. Currently he works as an assistant professor at the University of Szeged in the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. Szabolcs Prónay is a regular presenter at international conferences, and the member of EMAC (European Marketing Academy), and EAIE (European Association for International Education).

Florian
Bratzke

Senior Project Manager at Univations

Florian Bratzke

Florian is a Senior Project Manager at Univations - Institute of Technology and Knowledge Transfer at M.-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, where he leads all international activities the company is involved in. He specialises in market research, entrepreneurship education as well as policy consultancy - fields he has worked in as an academic and consultant on regional, national and European level.

Event Schedule - June 20, 2018

Join the discussion

14:15

Welcome address

The EEE workshop is a stand-alone event within the University-Industry Interaction Conference. All participants will be welcomed by the organisers before moving into the workshop rooms.

14:30

Entrepreneurship Education in Higher Education - Global Experiences


Ingrid Wakkee
Professor of Entrepreneurship at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands

Rodney Ridley
Executive Director & Distinguished Professor, Allan P. Kirby Center for Free Enterprise & Entrepreneurship at Wilkes University, USA

Silvia McCormack
Acting Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor at La Trobe University, Australia

Moderated by:
Hacer Tercanli
UIIN

15:30

EEE Project Introduction & Showcasing of Results

Florian Bratzke
Univations GmbH

16:00

Networking & Coffee Break

16:30

WORKSHOP:

Fostering Entrepreneurship Education in Higher Education
EEE team

In this session, we will identify current challenges in the promotion of entrepreneurship education in higher education. Smaller groups will then work on proposing solutions on how to tackle these challenges: either through the development of ideas for funding proposals or the creation of simple-to-implement instruments.

17:45

Wrap up


Thorsten Kliewe
UIIN




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Location and Venue

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The event will be held at the The Mermaid Theatre, London, UK

Venue
The Mermaid London
Puddle Dock
London EC4V 3DB
United Kingdom

The Mermaid Theatre is a 1 minute walk from Blackfriars over- and underground station, serving the Circle and District Line.