Faculty Programs

Faculty Programs

RCIE Faculty Programs

Lex Burton Teaching E&I Certificate ProgramRCIE Innovation and Entrepreneurship Faculty Training Certificate Program

The Innovation & Entrepreneurship Faculty Training Certificate will provide faculty members from across campus with the opportunity to learn new pedagogical methods that will allow for the incorporation of concepts associated with innovation and entrepreneurship into their classes.  The concepts covered will range from basic techniques to increase student’s creativity and idea generation process to more sophisticated techniques such as how to use the business model canvas.  Faculty will be exposed to these techniques through a series of 75 minute workshops that will kick off with a one day boot camp designed to allow faculty to identify a course they are teaching that would benefit from the integration of these principles, identifying the learning objectives they hope to achieve through the addition of the innovation and entrepreneurship activity and creating a proposed implementation plan for the upcoming academic year. 

 View 2018-2019 Faculty Certificate Program Agenda HERE 

 

The program “has definitely given me a new and different way of looking at I&E as well as some tools on incorporating it.” – Chia Chien, Computer Science

For more information on the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Faculty Certifcate Program, please contact:

Dr. Cheryl Bodnar
Assistant Director, Faculty Programs
Rowan Center For Innovation and Entrepreneurship
856-256-5398
 

Faculty Seminar Series

Upcoming Speaker:

Date: October 25
Time: 2-3pm
Location: BUSN 209
 
About the Speaker: Jim Hart is Professor, Director of Arts Entrepreneurship, and Director of the Meadows Artist Bridge, at Southern Methodist University. The highly acclaimed Meadows Artist Bridge connects artistic students with community members looking to hire talent. Hart also serves as co-chair of the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship interest group in Creative and Arts Entrepreneurship. His book, Classroom Exercises for Entrepreneurship (2018), is a must have collection of experiential exercises that can be used to teach elements of entrepreneurship across a variety of disciplines.
 
Main Topic: Jim Hart will discuss his work in the area of Classroom Exercises for Entrepreneurship.  His background is in Creative and Arts Entrepreneurship providing a different perspective on this field from other speakers we have hosted. This seminar will be a great opportunity to learn more about tools that you can leverage to meaningfully integrate innovation and entrepreneurship content into the courses you are currently teaching with minimal additional effort.

Previous Speakers

Speaker Subject Date
Dr. Nathalie Duval-Couetil Entrepreneurship and Engineering Education 11/06/2017
Dr. Christoph Winkler Entreprenurial Masterminds 09/15/2017
Dr. Aileen Huang-Saad Rise of Entrepreneurship 03/09/2017