Thursday 23rd

Friday 24th

Saturday 25th

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

8 a.m.-9 a.m. Opening plenary session in the Ballroom (ComedySportz)
Please join in this lighthearted experience of team-building and cooperation.
In this opening workshop you will get acquainted with fellow conference participants,
set goals for your own learning, and brainstorm ideas for the next ten
years of innovative education in the U.S. and beyond.

9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Breakout sessions
 

New and Emerging Programs track Papers:(2A1) The Impact of Entrepreneurship on Engineering Curricula, (2A2) Empowering Emerging Entrepreneurs Using the Web-based New Venture Readiness Assessment Diagnostic (2A3) Core Competencies of Entrepreneurship

(Moderator: Tom Porter, NCIIA)

Salon A & B
Sustainability track Workshop: (2B) Economically, Ethically, and Environmentally Sustainable Entrepreneurship Salon C & D

Design and Creativity track Papers:(2C1)The IDeaLab, (2C2) M.A.S.H. (2C3) Understanding the Role of Aesthetics and Emotion in Innovative Product Development, (2C4) Creative Industrial Design Education

(Moderator: Larry Richards, University of Virginia)

Salon G & H
IP and Technology Transfer track Panel: (2D) From E-Team Funding to Venture Capital Salon I
10:30 a.m.-11 a.m. Break
11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Breakout sessions
 
New and Emerging Programs track Workshop: (3A) OPBP for Engineering and Science Students Salon A & B

Sustainability track Papers: (3B1) Design for Sustainable Communities, (3B2) Engaging Learners through Design that Matters, (3B3) Sustainability, Product Development, and Marketing, (3B4) Appropriate Organizational Design

(Moderator: Robin Anderson, University of Portland)

Salon C & D
Design and Creativity track Workshop: (3C) Stimulating Creativity Salon G & H

IP and Technology Transfer track Papers:(3D1) Organizational Modularity and Intra-University Relationships between Entrepreneurship Education and Technology Transfers, (3D2) The Effects of University Intellectual Property Policy on Engineering Capstone Design Courses and Entrepreneurism, (3D3) The Evolution of an Entrepreneurship Curriculum Based on Experience and Best Practices, (3D4) Knowledge Integration Communities: A case study of an innovative university-industry knowledge exchange program

(Moderator: R. Keith Stanfill, University of Florida)

Salon I
 

12:30 p.m.-2 p.m. Luncheon plenary session in the Ballroom
Featured speaker Paul Polak, International Development Enterprises,
Design for the Other Ninety Percent

2 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Breakout sessions
 
New and Emerging Programs track Panel: (5A) NCIIA Grants and Other Funding Opportunities Salon A & B

Sustainability track Panel: (5B) Innovating for Emerging Markets

(Moderator: Nirmal Sethia, CalPoly Pomona)

Salon C & D
Design and Creativity track Workshop: (5C) Integrating Entrepreneurship in Design Education Salon G & H
IP and Technology Transfer track Workshop: (5D) Unleashing a New Technology-Based Economy Salon I
Creativity and Problem Solving track Workshop: (5E) Inventing: A successful model of learning science Eugene
3:30 p.m.-4 p.m. Break

4 p.m.-5:30 p.m. Plenary panel discussion in the Ballroom
Corporate Perspectives on Innovation in a Global Context

(Moderator: Iqbal Z. Quadir, Harvard Center for Business and Government)

5:30 p.m.-9 p.m (Ballroom)
Opening reception and banquet: Olympus Innovation Awards,
Featured speaker: Michael Schrage, MIT Media Lab

 

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