March 2013

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The Way Entrepreneurs Learn: Migration of a 30-Second Elevator Pitch Exercise from Instructor-Led Delivery to Blended Learning Technology
Dan Suhr, inXsol, LLC; Sharon Ballard, EnableVentures, Inc.; Ricardo Gomez and Angela Shartrand, NCIIA, Henry Ryng, inXsol, LLC

Intellectual Property Policies; WHat Are Universities Saying?
La Royce Batchelor, University of North Dakota

Nifty Assignments III
Clif Kussmaul and Trexler Proffitt, Muhlenberg College; Michael Lehman, Lehigh University

From Aha!! to Exit©
Arizona State University College of Technology and Innovation

Open 2013 Conference Papers

Friday March 22 — Morning

A New Creativity Tool: Visual Function Mapping

9:00 am — Room 16

Rebeca BĂ©liard & Darrell Kleinke

University of Detroit Mercy

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Cross-Pollinating: Increasing Innovation by Blending Arts and Sciences Disciplines with Engineering and Entrepreneurship

9:00 am — Room 15

Charles M. Wood, Ph.D.

University of Tulsa

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Engineering and Nursing Collaboration Yields Significant Social Impact and Marketable Product Designs

11:00 am — Room 15

Darrell Kleinke and Molly McClelland

University of Detroit Mercy Colleges of Engineering and Health Professions

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Best Practices for Team-Based Assistive Technology Design Courses

11:00 am — Room 15

Mary Goldberg, MEd and Jonathan Pearlman, PhD

Department of Rehabilitation Science and Technology, University of Pittsburgh

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A Course in Environmental Sustainability

11:00 am — Rooms 8 & 9

Elaine Feldman

La Salle University

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Friday March 22 — Afternoon

Course Development and Sequencing for Interdisciplinary Entrepreneurship Education

3:30 pm — Room 15

Cory Hixson, Marie Paretti, Jack Lesko, Lisa McNair

College of Engineering and Department of Engineering Education Virginia Tech

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The Experience of Simplifying and Packaging Creative Engineering K-12 Education into Innovative Products

3:30 pm — Room 15

Brian P. O’Connell and Katarina A. Morowsky

Tufts University

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Saturday March 23 — Morning

The Significance of Implementation Strategy for Scaling-Up Base of Pyramid Ventures

9:00 am — Rooms 8 & 9

Siri Maley, Amanda Perez, Khanjan Mehta

Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship (HESE) Program The Pennsylvania State University

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The Entrepreneurial Method: A New Paradigm in Entrepreneurship Education

11:00 am — Rooms 8 & 9

Thomas N. Duening and Gregory N. Stock

University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

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Workshop: Process-Oriented Guided Inquiry Learning (POGIL) for Entrepreneurship

11:00 am — Room 16

Clifton Kussmaul

Muhlenberg College

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A Course Developed to Teach Entrepreneurship for High Technology Ventures

11:00 am — Room 15

Marsha Wender Timmerman

La Salle University

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Innovation Commercialization and Licensing in Entrepreneurial Business Education

11:00 am — Rooms 8 & 9

Darian Unger, Ph.D.

Howard University

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Spreading the Fire: Broadening Faculty Support for the Entrepreneurial Mindset

11:00 am — Room 15

JD Yoder, Ohio Northern University
Don Carpenter, Lawrence Technological University
Cynthia Fry, Baylor University
Robert Kleine, Ohio Northern University

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Creativity is Not a Purple Dragon

11:00 am — Rooms 8 & 9

Sarah Zappe, Irene Mena, Thomas Litzinger

Pennsylvania State University

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Saturday March 23 — Afternoon

Innovation in Context™ (I₂C): Roadmap Planning for Science and Technology Based Entrepreneurs

2:30 pm — Rooms 10 & 11

Sharon C. Ballard, EnableVentures
Jonathan Levie, Univ. of Strathclyde
Jussi Nukari and Juha Saukkonen, JAMK University of Applied Sciences
Dan Suhr, inXsol, LLC

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Business Strategies for Agricultural Technology Commercialization

2:30 pm — Room 16

Amy Copley, Curtis Eckard, Arianna De Reus, Khanjan Mehta

Humanitarian Engineering and Social Entrepreneurship (HESE) Program The Pennsylvania State University

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Developing Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Rural Southeastern North Carolina: An Update

2:30 pm — Room 15

Dr. Michael L. Menefee, Dr. Leonard D. Holmes, Floyd L. Inman III

The University of North Carolina at Pembroke

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Efficacy of the Guest Speaker-Learner Interface in Entrepreneurship Instruction: A Suggested New Approach

2:30 pm — Rooms 10 & 11

Thomas N. Duening and Shawna Markiewicz

University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

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Examining the Role of Inquiry-Based Learning in Entrepreneurship Education

2:30 pm — Rooms 10 & 11

Xaver Neumeyer

Northwestern University

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