Entrepreneurship in Education Series: Graham Henshaw, Historic Traditions Meet Innovative Practice at the College of William & Mary

Nov 30 — Online
1:00 - 2:00 pm ET

  The College of William & Mary is the second oldest institution of higher learning in the United States, chartered in 1693, and it is one of the leading liberal arts universities in the country. Keeping with their tradition of forward-thinking, President Katherine A. Rowe has emphasized entrepreneurial thinking as a core tenet of the school’s goals moving forward. One way they do this is through their Alan B. Miller Entrepreneurship Center, a place designed…

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Entrepreneurship in Education: The Role of Entrepreneurship in Designing the “New Normal” In Organizations and Society with Dr. Alex DeNoble

Jan 12 — Online
1:00 - 2:00 pm ET

This month, Gary is joined by Dr. Alex DeNoble, Executive Director at the Lavin Entrepreneurship Center of San Diego State University and author of the forthcoming book The Entrepreneur Within. In this book, DeNoble explores the intersections between entrepreneurial behavior and strategy and the culture and politics within existing organizations. He also dissects issues individuals face when trying to move their ideas for new businesses and process proposals through the organization’s hierarchy. In this month’s…

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Cultivating Entrepreneurial Mindsets: In Classrooms, Organizations, and Communities—Monthly Webinar Event

Online

Learn how to optimize engagement & unleash potential The world has changed in ways that now require everyone to think like an entrepreneur. After all, entrepreneurs are resilient and resourceful, creative and critical thinkers who possess the 21st-century skills the world now demands. What is an entrepreneurial mindset? Why is it important? And, how can we cultivate it in ourselves and others? In this webinar, internationally recognized thought leader Gary Schoeniger will discuss the entrepreneurial mindset…

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