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Price-Babson Symposium for Entrepreneurship Educators

Price-Babson Symposium for Entrepreneurship Educators: Teaching Online

To support educators in this virtual environment, we are very excited to offer a new ONLINE Price-Babson Symposium for Entrepreneurship Educators program that will give you the tools you need to deliver online entrepreneurship education. The program will run from January 11-21, 2021 and will be a blend of self-paced and live virtual learning, including group work and peer to peer interactions. Like many of you, this year our faculty have pivoted to online teaching. They will share their pedagogical approaches to entrepreneurship education in hybrid and online environments.

How To Teach Entrepreneurship

Whether you are an academic professional or an entrepreneur who teaches, you'll find this immersive, intense symposium—that emphasizes how to teach is just as important as what you teach—to be a transformative experience.  Not only will you experience Babson's best practices and teaching methods, you'll learn a one-of-a-kind entrepreneurship framework, Babson's hallmark methodology, Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® (ET&A™). You'll enjoy the benefits of action-based learning as you're given the tools to enhance your teaching of one of the most powerful forces in the world for creating economic and social value. 

In this unique teaching entrepreneurship workshop, you'll learn from the preeminent leader in the field while collaborating with your esteemed peers. This is not only a great opportunity to reimagine how to teach, this is a perfect time to network with education professionals and form long-lasting, mutually beneficial relationships with other top-performing academics like yourself. 

Hear from program faculty and participants.

Who Should Attend This Program? 

• Higher education faculty who teach entrepreneurship.
• Deans and administrators at higher education institutions.
• Center and incubator leaders at higher education institutions.
• Entrepreneurs and practitioners who also teach.

Why Choose This Program? 

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Develop a tight-knit network of inter-     national education specialists that you can leverage to your advantage for years to come.

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Learn best practices, teaching methods, and world-class curricular approaches you can put to immediate use at your institution.

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Enjoy access to Babson's world-renowned entrepre- neurship educators and its Entrepre-  neurial Thought & Action® methodology (ET&A™). 

Participating Faculty: 

Faculty Director:

Heidi Neck - Jeffry A. Timmons Professor of Entrepreneurship, Academic Director Babson Academy, SEE Faculty Director. An award-winning educator and international speaker on entrepreneurship education, she has led the SEE program for over a decade. Neck is the lead author of Teaching Entrepreneurship: A Practice-Based Approach, written to help educators teach entrepreneurship in more experiential and engaging ways. Her award-winning textbook, Entrepreneurship: The Practice and Mindset is now in its second edition. Her latest book, The Ideate Method, guides students through an ideation technique empirically proven to help novice entrepreneurs generate high-potential new venture ideas. Neck is an educator, writer, speaker, consultant, and entrepreneur who believes in the power of entrepreneurship education to change the world and the people who create it. 


Candida Brush - F.W. Olin Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship, Vice Provost of Global Entrepreneurial Leadership

Leslie Charm - Senior Lecturer, Academic Division: Entrepreneurship

Andrew Corbett - Professor of Entrepreneurship, Division Chair at Babson College, Paul T. Babson Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies

Eliana Crosina - Assistant Professor, Academic Division: Entrepreneurship

Phillip Kim - Lewis Family Distinguished Professor in Social Innovation 

Erik Noyes - Associate Professor, Academic Division: Entrepreneurship

Gary Ottley - Senior Lecturer, Academic Division: Marketing

Yasu Yamakawa - Associate Professor, Academic Division: Entrepreneurship

Andrew Zacharakis - John H. Muller, Jr. Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies

*Subject to change