Institutionalizing the Entrepreneurial Mindset
Hosted by Ohio State KEEN
10:00 am - 11:00 am Keynote
11:00 am - 1:00 pm Discussion & Networking Lunch
Online with remote lunch social networking
(Grubhub lunch voucher provided)
Join us on reading day for an energizing discussion centered around ways we can grow the important engineering traits of curiosity, connections, and creating value in our engineering students.
DeAnna Leitzke, associate vice president of academic excellence at the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE), will discuss how her KEEN institution integrated Entrepreneurial Mindset (EM) development throughout their curricula. This interactive session will focus on lessons learned that can be applied at Ohio State at both a course- and program-level to help us move the needle towards our goal of infusing EM development within our College of Engineering.
Following the keynote address, join us in an open discussion on EM efforts at Ohio State and identify key take-aways from MSOE’s experience incorporating EM into their curriculum. We will continue the conversation over lunch where you can connect with other that have implemented EM into their courses.
Join the growing number of Ohio State KEEN faculty and graduate students embracing the CoE commitment in joining the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network (KEEN) and approaching teaching with EM.
Limited spots available | Registration ends 12/07/2021
About the Keynote Speaker
DeAnna Leitzke is the associate vice president of academic excellence at MSOE and has been a member of the faculty since 2006. Leitzke served as the Pieper Family Endowed Chair for Servant Leadership for five years. Now as a member of the Academic Leadership Team, she is also responsible for developing and implementing strategies for the CREATE Institute to enhance MSOE’s mission. Leitzke is currently completing her doctorate in Leadership for Advancement of Service and Learning in Higher Education.
Questions? Email Josh Pingel, KEEN project coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.