Thursday 23rd

Friday 24th

Saturday 25th

 

7 a.m.-5 p.m. Conference registration

7:30 a.m.-9 a.m. Continental breakfast in the Ballroom

7:30 a.m.-8:30 a.m. Breakfast meeting: Primarily Undergraduate Institutions (PUI) (Salon A & B)
At last year's NCIIA Annual Meeting, a group of faculty and staff from Primarily Undergraduate Institutions (PUIs) connected to discuss entrepreneurship education at their institutions. A subgroup is continuing that work, and invites the participation of others. The intent of this working breakfast is to grow the network of PUI participants, share ideas and best practices, and further strengthen the efforts to institutionalize entrepreneurship education at PUIs. If you are affiliated with a PUI, please join our discussion! For more information, see Susannah Howe or Clif Kussmaul.

9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Breakout sessions

 

Teaming track Papers: (8A1) Interdisciplinary Teams, (8A2) Active Induction of First-Year Students at the University of Chile, (8A3) Understanding the Work Process of the Creative Fields to Improve Innovation in New Technology and Product Development, (8A4) The Future Classroom

(Moderator: Ken Vickers, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville)

Salon A & B
Product Development and Marketing track Workshop: (8B) From Lab to License Salon C &D
Strengthening Student Outcomes track Panel: (8C) Tapping into NCIIA Resources to Strengthen Student, Faculty, and Institutional Outcomes Salon G & H
Curricular Leadership track Workshop: (8D) Teaching a Brand of Ethics Specific to Entrepreneurship Salon I

The Power of Networks track Papers: (8E1) Making Invention and Innovation Work for the Poor, (8E2) Understanding How the Environment and Tools Affect Effective Collaboration in Higher Education, (8E3) Effective Models in Building Industry-University Networks for Technology Transfer, (8E4) Creating Commercialization Partnerships and New Venture Opportunities at the University of Central Florida

(Moderator: Kathleen Allen, University of Southern California)

Eugene
 
10:30 a.m.-11 a.m. Break
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Breakout sessions
 
Teaming track Workshop: (9A) Fostering Collaboration in Heterogenous Teams Salon A & B

Product Development and Marketing track Papers: (9B1) Applying the Fuzzy Front-End Model to Social Entrepreneurship, (9B2) Innovation Timing and Product Renewal, (9B3) Converting Coconuts into Value-Added Products to Provide Economic Development in Third World Countries, (9B4) Visionary Engineering Innovation for Entrepreneurs

(Moderator: Sandra Beccue, University of Wisconsin- Whitewater)

Salon C &D
Strengthening Student Outcomes track Workshop: (9C) Creative Thinking Salon G &H

Curricular Leadership track Papers: (9D1) Do Differing Motivations Lead to Variation in the Innovation Process Between Academic and Industry Innovators? (9D2) Entrepreneurship Integration in the Mechanical Engineering Curriculum, (9D3) Taking Engineering Entrepreneurship to the Next Level with Systems Engineering Entrepreneurship at Florida Tech, (9D4) Motivating Engineering Educators to Engage in Entrepreneurship Pedagogy

(Moderator: John Ochs, Lehigh University)

Salon I

The Power of Networks track Panel: (9E) Invention to Venture 2006:What’s happening now and what the future holds

(Moderator: Phil Weilerstein, NCIIA)

Eugene
 
12:30 p.m.-2 p.m.
Luncheon plenary with featured speaker Gil Friend, Natural Logic
Ballroom
2 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Breakout sessions
 
Teaming track Panel: (10A) Collegiality and Collaboration in an Age of Exclusivity Salon A & B
Product Development and Marketing track Workshop: (10B) Markets Mean Money Salon C & D

Strengthening Student Outcomes track Papers: (10C1) Effective Recruitment and Retention of African-Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans as Entrepreneurial Engineering Innovators, (10C2) Project-Based Learning and New Venture Creation, (10C3) Merging Entrepreneurship into Mechanical Engineering, (10C4) Using Rich Media to Engage Students

(Moderator: Barbara Olds, National Science Foundation)

Salon G & H
Curricular Leadership track Panel: (10D) Where are They Now? E-Team success stories Salon I
Undergraduate and Smaller Institutions track Panel: (10E) Institutionalizing Entrepreneurship at Primarily Undergraduate Institutions Eugene
 
3:30 p.m.-4 p.m. Break
4 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Breakout sessions
 
Teaming track Workshop: (11A) Creativity, Teamwork, and Successful Students Salon A & B
Product Development and Marketing track Workshop: (11B) Student and Educator Perspectives on Multidisciplinary Education Salon C & D
Strengthening Student Outcomes track Workshop: (11C) Learning from the Most Common Mistakes in New Venture Creation Salon G & H

Curricular Leadership track Panel: (11D) Building High Performance Communities through Technology Entrepreneurship

(Moderator: Kathleen Allen, University of Southern California)

Salon I

Undergraduate and Smaller Institutions track Papers: (11E1) Urban Studies, Entrepreneurship, and Technology, (11E2) Where to Begin and What to Do Next? (11E3) Innovative Student Recruiting Approaches for Smaller and Liberal Arts Institutions, (11E4) Invention and Innovation in Non-Research 1 Schools

(Moderator: Lauren Way, Hampshire College)

Eugene
   
6:15 p.m.-9:30 p.m.
March Madness for the Mind Reception and E-Team Exhibition
at the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)

 

<<View Thursday's schedule | View Saturday's schedule >>

 

Home Home  

NATIONAL COLLEGIATE INVENTORS AND INNOVATORS ALLIANCE
100 Venture Way, Hadley MA 01035
• Tel: 1.413.587.2172 • Fax: 1.413.587.2175 • Email: info@nciia.org