The purpose of our Symposium is to bring to light the best practices of Entrepreneurship in Higher Education: how it informs and advances our economy, our society, and our lives. The secondary purpose is to have professors and instructors meet like-minded people to network and establish support groups through their research. Finally, since our system of government depends on entrepreneurship remaining free, we need to teach our students that entrepreneurship is a morally good system for living, working and governing. We welcome any and all support in our endeavors.
Presentation Topics Include:
Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship, Leadership in Business, Business Affairs, Internationalizing the Curriculum, Teaching Techniques for Online Courses, Classroom Based Research in the arena of Entrepreneurship, Pedagogy of Entrepreneurship, Evaluation of Entrepreneurship in Textbook Markets, Online Academic Integrity, Use of Internet in Teaching, Assessing Student Learning
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