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  • 4 Common Principles of Entrepreneurship Education Programs and Activities Educate next-generation entrepreneurial leaders Teach skills and inspire innovation Build networks within our own universities Create relationships with industry Develop sustainable programs within our schools
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    • 1. Aligning Teaching, Research, and Outreach GVL Meeting at UC Berkeley November 19, 2009 Professor Tom Byers
    • 2. Part of WEF’s Global Education Initiative
    • 3. Definitions Entrepreneur  Entrepreneur ship  Entrepreneur ial  Entrepreneur ial Ecosystem  Individual Process Attitudes, Skills, Behaviors Role of Society
    • 4. Entrepreneurial Ecosystem “ Champions” Foundations NGOs
        • National
        • Regional
        • Local
        • Entrepreneurs
        • Growth companies & SMEs
        • Large companies and MNCs
      • Business
      • Engineering
      • Science
      • Design
      • Medicine
      • Others
      Universities Business Government Funding and support Importance of outreach Importance of partnerships Changing role of the university
    • 5.  
    • 6. Entrepreneurship Education’s Driving Forces #4 Planet’s 21st-century Major Crises #3 School’s Competitive Advantage #2 Region’s Economic Development #1 Student’s Skill Development
    • 7. Teaching
    • 8. Research
    • 9. http//:ecorner.stanford.edu
    • 10. 2009 Roundtables on Entrepreneurship Education http://ree.stanford.edu
    • 11. Complementary, however … Technology Transfer Entrepreneurship Education
    • 12. Source: Nelson and Byers   Technology Transfer Entrepreneurship Education Goals and Mission Commercialize inventions; generate income Develop leadership skills; integrate courses and disciplines; provide the foundation for new businesses; forge links between academic and business groups; promote university tech transfer Influence of Market Conditions Significant Less Time Horizon 0-10 years 0-40 years Assessment Straightforward: inventions commercialized; licenses executed; revenue Difficult: student enrollment and evaluations; correlations with later behavior Providers and Constituency Administrators and firms (that may involve faculty and/or students) Faculty and students

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