Nifty Assignments in Entrepreneurship Education II
NCIIA meetings are a great place to learn about assignments and activities that work for other people and could be adapted to other situations. However, many such nifty assignments (NAs) aren't presented at conferences or in formal publications. Thus, this panel session is an opportunity to share NAs with each other. The NA session at the 2011 NCIIA conference was popular and lively, and NA sessions have been popular at other education conferences for a decade. A great NA is easy to adopt and adapt, relevant in many settings, thought-provoking, and fun for students and teachers. For each NA, there will be a brief (~5 min) presentation and a few minutes for questions. Each NA will be summarized in a simple template and the collected templates will be available as handouts or downloads. If time permits, we will welcome spur-of-the-moment NAs from anyone attending the session and general discussion.http://nciia.org/network/conference/2011/nifty_assignments
Trish Boyles is an Assistant Professor of Business and the Miers Chair in Entrepreneurial Studies at Muhlenberg College. Prior to joining Muhlenberg, she was the sole proprietor of a web design and consulting company focusing on e-commerce web sites for the small business market. She has a PhD in Management from Virginia Tech, an MBA from Western Carolina University, and bachelors degrees in Philosophy and English Literature from Appalachian State. Her professional interests include the... Read More →
Clif Kussmaul is Associate Professor of Computer Science at Muhlenberg College. Previously he was Visiting Fulbright-Nehru Scholar at the University of Kerala, India; Chief Technology Officer for Elegance Technologies, Inc.; Senior Member of Technical Staff with NeST Technologies; and Assistant Professor of CS at Moravian College. He has a PhD in Computer Science from the University of California, Davis, master\'s degrees in CS and Electro-acoustic Music from Dartmouth College, and bachelor\'s... Read More →
Thursday March 22, 2012 2:00pm - 3:30pm
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