Parallel Sessions

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Session 1 (Thursday, 09.30) | Session 2 (Thursday, 10.30) | Session 3 (Thursday, 14.40)| Session 4 (Thursday, 15.40)| Session 5 (Friday, 09.40)| Session 6 (Friday, 10.40)

Session 1 (Thursday, 09.30)

Engaging the unusual suspects

Claire Renwick, SOAS, University of London; Rhiannon Horsley, StudentHubs


Postgraduate Enterprise Education: The Case of the Situated Learner

Colin Jones, University of Tasmania


Effectual Entrepreneurship – app based approach

Natalie Norton, University of Winchester; Tim Vorley, University of Sheffield


Using live projects and experiential learning to enhance employability and enterprise skills in undergraduates

Charles Dobson, University of Cumbria


Encouraging institution-wide engagement with enterprise education through a week-long festival of events and activities

Anna Nibbs, Samantha Deakin, University of Sheffield


From Archaeology to Zoology; an A-Z of enterprise in the curriculum

Neil Coles, Cardiff University

Session 2 (Thursday, 10.30)

Challenging Enterprising Students

Philip Johnson, University Centre Blackburn College; Nick Hall, Blackburn College; Chris Bates Keagan, Evans Finch


Competitive, practical enterprise training – Is Engineering YES the real entrepreneurial experience your researchers need?

Jo Gilman, Loughborough University


Student perceptions of curriculum ‘embedded – enterprise’ at The University of Sheffield

Chrissie Elliott, Alison Riley, Maria Barluenga, University of Sheffield


Enterprise Networks for Graduate Start-Ups – A Yorkshire perspective (Pt1, Pt2, Pt3, Pt4, Pt5)

Stephen Griffiths, Leeds Metropolitan University; Kairen Skelley, Leeds University; Jenny Hall, York St John University


Size doesn’t matter – enterprise education strategy at the shallow end

Lyn Batchelor, David Cooper, University of Chichester


Teaching Entrepreneurship with the Use of a Simulated Business Game

Vassiliki Bamiatzi, University of Leeds

Session 3 (Thursday, 14.40)

Enterprise Education Through Civic Engagement

Carolyn Butterworth, Leo Care, University of Sheffield


Hits, misses and surprises – experiments in post graduate enterprise education at the Royal College of Art

John Bound, Elizabeth Gossling, Royal College of Art


How am I doing? Providing a means to gauge student start-up performance

Karen Bill, University of Wolverhampton


From shopping trollies to space shuttles – unleashing your inner designer

Gordon Macrae, Gripple Ltd; Sheila Quairney, Sheffield Hallam University


The Welsh Enterprise Support Programme as a Change Agent (No Slides Available)

David Willis, University of South Wales; Tony Orme, Aberystwyth University; Chris Walker, Bangor University; Iheanyi Ibe, Cardiff University


Entrepreneurship education in Finnish teacher training – creative problem solving in action

Tiina Rytkölö, Riikka Kuusisto, Kerhokeskus (Centre for school clubs)

Session 4 (Thursday, 15.40)

Celebrating the Exceptional – Developing Participative – Evaluative Frameworks for Social Enterprise and Social Innovation Projects

David Clemson, Yuliana Seymour, London South Bank University


Research to Reality: encouraging entrepreneurship among postgraduate researchers

Lisa Faulkner, University of Warwick


Using Social Media and Gamification to build enterprise co-education

Jamie Muir, James Gudgeon, James Intriligator, Lowri Owen, Bangor University


“Bringing the work in” – co-creating and co-working in an assessed enterprise space (No Slides Available)

Liz Cable, Graham Roberts, Leeds Trinity University


Working with EnterprisING students

Dave Jarman, University of Bristol; Fiona Ellison, National Union of Students


The effective use of Poster Presentations as a part of a blended assessment method for Enterprise and Entrepreneurship modules

David Wick, Coventry University

Session 5 (Friday, 09.40)

Creating the Next Generation of Postgraduate Enterprise Training (Pt1, Pt2)

Katie Wray, Marek Tokarski, Newcastle University


The Creative Graduate

Richard Sant, Southampton Solent University; Natalie Norton, University of Winchester


12 flowers, 4 schools and a blooming contention! Enterprise by Design and the MUD (BASE) prototypology (No Slides Available)

Andy Goodman, Lestyn Pierce, Lowri Owen, Bangor University


So what is an Entrepreneurial University?

Kelly Smith, University of Huddersfield; Parmjit Dhugga, University of Nottingham; Tom Williamson, Coventry University; David Gibson, Queen’s University of Belfast; Nigel Culkin, University of Hertfordshire


Enterprise and Creativity – Learning by Doing

Bonnie Hacking, University of St. Andrews

Session 6 (Friday, 10.40)

Can Enterprise Education across a globally dispersed university promote Student Employability? A case focus on teaching in Botswana

Rob Moon, Vic Curtis, University of Derby


Enterprise Training in Masters Education: Lessons from Psychology and Marketing

James Intriligator, Bangor University; Gareth Harvey, Glyndwr University


Tapping into the growth potential of our young entrepreneurs

Ben Dellot, The RSA; Dave Jarman, University of Bristol


Digital Stories: Enterprise

Annette Naudin, Nayan Patel, Birmingham City University


Two faculty-wide project weeks: a spiral curriculum approach to enterprise and project-based learning

Trish Murray, Rachel Horn, University of Sheffield