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Read stories from the Engineering Unleashed community that demonstrate exceptional use of the entrepreneurial mindset! Generate and adapt ideas for your own classes and communities, and download resources the story authors provide.
Use these interactive icebreakers and warm up activities to kick off class or get students excited about a topic!
Help your students more routinely recognize opportunities, generate a wide array of possible concepts, and select the most promising concept for further development with the Ideation Toolkit.
Community projects work well as co-op experiences. Students in the field identify gaps and new challenges, and these cycle into projects for the following year.
Creating value is any engineer's most important credential. When you focus on creating value, you'll connect to a passion and to people you might not have as you pursue valuable work.
Generate better student-employer matches that lead to long-term success by ensuring students are adding concrete value and employers understand the breadth and depth of that value.
In addition to entrepreneurial mindset-infused course work, engineering students can take advantage of a living learning community (E2LLC) where they can build a portfolio of work that leads to recognition during graduation.
Intrapreneurs must be able to recognize organizational pitfalls that could impede or derail their efforts. Help students connect the importance of the human element in the creative enterprise to effectively innovate.
My experiences with KEEN have helped evolve my teaching philosophy and have provided me opportunities for professional development, scholarship, and professional networking.
Think of context as ‘the messy human condition.’ Context includes politics, financial pressures, social stratification, gender and identity issues, and so on. Helping engineering students increase their social awareness enhances their ability to be empathetic and to make smart decisions.
Each year, through a committee of engineering leaders and a nomination process, KEEN has rock-and-roll themed awards for its “rising stars,” junior faculty who elevate themselves as educators with extraordinary impact on their students and colleagues.
I knew what I wanted to be: A philanthropist, a leader, an entrepreneur. In other words, an engineer.
How do you keep your hungry students (and yourself) engaged in class? Include these food-related activities that incorporate the entrepreneurial mindset!tly food-related, it might smooth over the inclusion of otherwise incongruous anecdotes - lunchtime camouflage, if you will. Engineering Unleashed has plenty of cards that could work!
UNC proposed a collaborative program to establish mutual support for integrating new engineering programs with entrepreneurially minded learning.
This starter pack will help you apply, infuse, and adapt the entrepreneurial mindset in different contexts.
The Ohio State University’s goal is to embed entrepreneurial mindset (EM) at scale, starting with first year engineering students.
Each year, through a committee of engineering leaders and a nomination process, KEEN has rock-and-roll themed awards for its “rising stars,” junior faculty who elevate themselves as educators with extraordinary impact on their students and colleagues.
Students can tell the difference between a professor who is not answering questions "for your own good" and one who genuinely doesn't know the answer but is curious to find out more with them.
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.
The course helps students understand that as individuals, they do not know everything and never will – they need to make connections with others in technology, government and in the global community.