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How do you keep your hungry students (and yourself) engaged in class? Include these food-related activities that incorporate the entrepreneurial mindset!
The entrepreneurial mindset can help us address why so many people needlessly live in a state of hunger and basic need.
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By Michael Johnson, Michael Johnson Thor Misko Thor Misko
Trying to share something from ASEE or are entering a card into the ASEE Best Card Competition? Use this card as a guide.Start by writing for other faculty. Why should they care? What is the big idea or concept that you are sharing? Next, share how this card connects to entrepreneurial mindset. You can check boxes related to the 3C's of entrepreneurial mindset (curiosity, connections, and creating value) within your card, but adding this to the description allows you to elaborate on how you are instilling this mindset. After that, provide details of your paper or poster. Do you have a session description? Is there other supplemental context that others should know? (look at the example cards linked below for how others have done this)That leads to the final tip: tease out resources that are linked below by referencing them within the description. This gives other faculty an incentive to scroll down and download the resources you are sharing. The evaluation rubric is linked below.Here are the details for the 2020 ASEE Best Card Competition:ASEE Best Card Competition sponsored by Engineering UnleashedWin $500, a trophy, recognition in ASEE Prism, and promotion of your resources to more than 10,000 engineering faculty, department heads, and deans. This exclusive opportunity is open to those presenting posters or papers at ASEE's Virtual Conference. This national competition will take approximately one hour to enter and allows you to share relevant resources with a broad community of faculty on EngineeringUnleashed.com. Here’s how to participate: Log in to EngineeringUnleashed.com Publish your entry as a card Include your session title, a link to your paper/poster, and any other supplemental resources you want to share on the card. (Use this card as a guide)Share your card on the 2020 ASEE Best Card Competition Forum on or before June 30, 2020 All cards submitted will be reviewed by the awards committee, and winners will be announced on August 14. Cards will be reviewed using this rubric. One grand-prize winner will receive $500 and a trophy. Two honorable mentions will receive $250 and a plaque. All three will be highlighted in an issue of ASEE Prism and promoted to the entire EngineeringUnleashed.com community. Comment below with any questions.
A Top 10 of resourceful people and cards on Engineering Unleashed that faculty found most helpful.
Technology cannot be developed in a vacuum; the context of the social systems in which the technology is deployed is critical to whether or not there will be successful outcomes.
Junior engineering faculty who have gone above and beyond to help instill an entrepreneurial mindset in everyone they encounter.
"The idea that you can have unexpected emergent behaviors from local interactions fascinates me. It's like the Connection piece in the entrepreneurial mindset that can lead to insights that wouldn't have happened without the interacting components. This leads to greater value creation."