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Many congratulations to the presenters who were awarded Best in Track at IEEC2022. Thank you to sponsor targetconnect from Group GTI., and to our Track Chairs for their support and expertise. 

Track 1: Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education Research
(Chairs: Paul Jones, Breda O’Dwyer, Peter McLuskie)

Insights on increasing engagement with enterprise education in the arts, humanities, and social sciences (an EEUK funded project)
Andrea Macrae, Oxford Brookes University
Mircea Scrob, University of Birmingham
Helen Hook, University of Birmingham

Track 2: Extra and Co-curricular Enterprise Education
(Chairs: Emma Forouzan, Ruth Rowe)

Tentacles of enterprise for the ears! A how to guide on creating or being part of a podcast.
Diana Pasek-Atkinson
Nottingham Trent University

Track 3: Supporting Start-up, Growth and Scale-up
(Chairs: Angus Phillips, Paige Windiate)

Enterprise at the heart of Liverpool City Region – a collaborative approach to creating an ecosystem that supports co-founded start-ups by LJMU and UoL LCR Founders Project
Alison Pountney, University of Liverpool
Susan Trish, Liverpool John Moores University
Waf Njonjo Shaw, Liverpool John Moores University
Isobel Hall, Liverpool John Moores University

Track 4: UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the Role of Enterprise Education
(Chairs: Kelly Smith, Christopher Moon)

Creating a movement: How to mobilise your entrepreneurial community to act on Sustainability
Katherine Horsham, Nina Lanzon
King’s College London

Track 5: Enterprise for the 21st Century Workforce
(Chairs: Jerry Allen, Will Pritchard)

Growing crystals in the classroom: Negative dialectics and the emergent learning of inclusive enterprise
David Atkinson
York St John University

Track 6: Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Teaching and Curriculum
(Chairs: Lauren Davies, Carrianne Wallace)

7 Skills of an Entrepreneurial Mindset: How King’s College is Taking Enterprise Education to the Masses
Rachel Stockey, King’s College London