The foremost conference focused on entrepreneurship education will showcase innovative entrepreneurship research, teaching cases, teaching exercises and also create a forum for center directors and affiliates to present programs and ask for ideas.
Bring your papers, exercises and experiences, but also bring your towel because when you come to a big conference like USASBE, there are some seriously fun things to do.
Programming Exposé The Programming Exposé Track is designed for those running various programming initiatives at all levels (e.g., those running entrepreneurship centers, incubators, accelerators, non-degree programs, student organizations, makerspaces, and SME training programs). The objective is to share best practice in program creation, building, and management. Programs submitting to this track should have a track-record in order to show measurable outcomes, achievements, lessons learned, and influence and impact on entrepreneurship education.
Programming Challenges and Charrettes* Programming Challenges & Charrettes is for presenters to leverage audience members to resolve conflicts and challenges related to entrepreneurship education programming. Presenters submitting for this track are essentially bringing a challenge to the conference rather than a “solution”. Presenters should be prepared to provide a summary of the problem, and also be prepared to receive feedback on possible solutions or frameworks. Additional follow-up conversations and collaborations may develop around the ideas throughout the conference.
Share and Learn Competitive Experiential Exercises
Emerging Teaching Exercises
Competitive Teaching Cases, Modules,
Courses and Workshops
Present and Discuss
Competitive Research Papers
Emerging Research Papers
Competitive Provocative Research Panels andWorkshops.
Build and Collaborate Programming Exposé
Programming Challenges, Charrettes and Workshop