iSchool Entrepreneurship and Innovation Kingma, Bruce R.
Webcast sponsored by the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre and hosted by the School of Library, Archival, and Information Studies (SLAIS). What do iSchool programs in entrepreneurship and innovation look like? From 2007-2012, there was a transformative shift in education at Syracuse University and in the iSchool at SU. Entrepreneurship and innovation became a signature of the campus and the iSchool. During this period 165 programs in entrepreneurship and innovation were developed including new curriculum, centers, corporate and community partnerships, and support services for students, faculty, veterans, and community members. Programs emphasized experiential education by helping students to start new for-profit or nonprofit ventures, or by enabling students to innovate at their job or internship. Professor Kingma’s talk will explore the programs in entrepreneurship and innovation education in the iSchool at Syracuse University.
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