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This presentation was delivered by Humera Fasihuddin, Greg WIlson (UGA), Lucas Arzola (UC Davis and Betaversity) and Jared Karp (UC Berkeley) at the inaugural HBCU Innovation Summit held at......

This presentation was delivered by Humera Fasihuddin, Greg WIlson (UGA), Lucas Arzola (UC Davis and Betaversity) and Jared Karp (UC Berkeley) at the inaugural HBCU Innovation Summit held at Stanford University on Friday, November 1st, 2013.

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  • 1. Student Engagement HBCU Innovation Summit Stanford University November 1, 2013 Project start date: Fall 2011 Grant number DUE-1125457
  • 2. Student Engagement Strategy: Laying the foundation for a movement Student Focused Institution Focused • Massive Open Online Courses, Modules and other Web-based Content • University Innovation Fellows • UI Fellow Networks “Student Communities” 2
  • 3. Engineering students want more entrepreneurship education than they get epicenter.stanford.edu 3
  • 4. Students’ Attitudes about Entrepreneurship Education NO ENTREP COURSES ENTREP COURSES Entrepreneurship education can broaden my career prospects and choices 82 69 I would like to learn about entrepreneurship in my engineering courses 78 60 Students are encouraged to develop entrepreneurial skills * Aspirations and perceived impact * 35 28 Entrepreneurship is presented as a worthwhile career option 28 23 Offerings and opportunities 27 Faculty discuss entrepreneurship 19 Students are encouraged to take entrepreneurship courses 27 * 26 * 13 Students are taught entrepreneurial skills 18 0 20 40 60 80 100 % agreement with statement Data source: Duval-Couetil, N., T. Reed-Rhoads, & Haghighi, S. (2011). Engineering Students and Entrepreneurship Education: Involvement, Attitudes and Outcomes,International Journal of Engineering Education, in press. Sample: 501 engineering students enrolled in senior-level capstone design courses at three large public universities with 4 established entrepreneurship programs.
  • 5. Prioritizing Innovation via Many Challenges Facing Academia epicenter.stanford.edu 5
  • 6. Activating Students For Rapid Impact Focus students on the task of enhancing the Innovation Ecosystem with the goal of creating lasting institutional impact. Pictured Above: UI Fellows at Stanford E-Week February 2013 epicenter.stanford.edu 6
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  • 41. National Network, Breadth of Institutions ’12 - ’13 Berkeley | Bucknell | Central Florida | Cooper Union | Duke | Eastern Kentucky Florida International | Johns Hopkins | Lehigh | Mercer | MIT | NC State | Ohio State Penn State | Pitt | Purdue | RIT | Rose-Hulman | Southern Illinois | Stanford | Tufts U Michigan | UC Davis | UCSD | University of Colorado | University of Georgia UT Austin | UT Southwestern | VCU | Wake Forest Washington St. Louis | Washington State epicenter.stanford.edu 61
  • 42. Students Deploy Diverse Strategies Epicenter: Student Ambassador Program Evaluation – Spring ’13, Page 6 SageFox Consulting Group 62
  • 43. 200 of 351 Engineering Schools in 3 Years 63
  • 44. One-Hour Facetime. Presentations. epicenter.stanford.edu 64
  • 45. Rapid Activation epicenter.stanford.edu 65
  • 46. Highly Experiential Training: Landscape Canvas epicenter.stanford.edu 66
  • 47. Get into the weeds epicenter.stanford.edu 67
  • 48. Develop 2-3 Year Plan epicenter.stanford.edu 68
  • 49. Coalition Campus Stakeholders epicenter.stanford.edu 69
  • 50. Ongoing Teams, Coaching • Team Awareness • Team Skill Building • Team Eureka • Team Venture Forth epicenter.stanford.edu 70
  • 51. ‘Feel Part of a Movement’ OPEN 2014, March 20-21, San Jose. epicenter.stanford.edu 71
  • 52. Wiki Launch Monday, November 4th universityinnovation.org 72 dreamdesigndeliver.org
  • 53. How do I sign up? SUBMIT … 1. Student application 2. Faculty letter of support 3. Institutional sponsorship of $2,000 BY FEBRUARY 10th, 2014 TRAINING: Week of February 24 – April 4th (with travel to OPEN, March 18-22) http://www.dreamdesigndeliver.org epicenter.stanford.edu 73
  • 54. Thank you! epicenter.stanford.edu 74