ICA-Edu Colloquium 2021 Programme

 Action to keep the entrepreneurial genie out of the bottle! 
Engaging students with sustainable entrepreneurial education in your curriculum

was held online each morning from Wednesday 26 May to Friday 28 May 2021

Supported by: the University of Copenhagen (UCPH),
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU), and
Wageningen University (WU)

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The Online Colloquium programme is structured around three sessions. In each session there are keynote presentations, followed by “roundtable discussions” of 12 to 15 persons and a moderator in an online Zoom breakout room. At the end of the session there will be a report back from each of the breakout rooms to the whole Colloquium.

SESSION 1 Wednesday 26 May 9.00 - 12.00 CET

Curriculum models for the development of students’ entrepreneurial sustainable competences

Keywords: Students’ sustainable entrepreneurial competences, and support for reflection and validation of curriculum models

Chair: Lisa Ploum, Academic Coordinator Entrepreneurship, Corporate Value Creation, Wageningen University, NL

9.00 Welcome and Introduction to the Session
 9.10 Keynote: Making an Entrepreneurial Difference: new approaches to entrepreneurial learning in Life Sciences Education
Lisa Ploum, Academic Coordinator Entrepreneurship, Corporate Value Creation, Wageningen University, NL
 9.30 Keynote: eLearning course Ecosystem Services Entrepreneurship: from ideas to business
Davide Pettenella, University of Padova, IT
 9.50 Keynote: CASE project: the curriculum of the MSc Sustainability-driven Entrepreneurship
Michael Ambros, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU), AT
 10.10 Coffee break
 10.30 Roundtable discussions groups (Zoom breakout rooms)
The discussion will evaluate the sustainable entrepreneurship competence model developed by Wageningen University and the experience of dedicated entrepreneurial programmes to address the challenge of embedding sustainable entrepreneurship across the curriculum in discipline specific degree programmes.  See the summary of the ICA-Edu Colloquium 2019 as preparation for this session.
11.15 Report Back from group discussions
11.45 Closure

 

SESSION 2 Thursday 27 May 9.00 - 12.30 CET

The role and implementation of Student Innovation Hubs

Keywords:
What are the criteria for the success of a student incubator hub– proof of principle, proof of concept and customer validation. Students IPR. Credits for students. Involvement of Faculty

Chair: Carsten Nico Hjortsø, Associate Professor, Unit of Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management, Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen

9.00 Welcome and Introduction to the Session
9.10

Virtual visit to the SCIENCE Innovation Hub - a student startup incubator at the University of Copenhagen

Keynote: Science Innovation HUB
Frederik Nygaard, Head of the UCPH Science Innovation Hub

An introduction to working with curricular and extra-curricular programs. The virtual visit will focus on the continuing effort of introducing entrepreneurship into the curricula, with special emphasis on the project oriented courses at the Faculty of SCIENCE.

Subsequently two students, Liam Joseph McGill and Hjalte Jørgensen, from startups will tell about their experiences and how they feel the University of Copenhagen helps develop their entrepreneurial competencies.

10.00

Keynote: DTU Skylab – Lessons learned from building an innovation hub
Mikkel Sørensen, Head of DTU SkyLab, Danish Technical University, DK

10.20

Keynote: The evolution of the StartHub Wageningen
Gitte Schober, Wageningen University and Research (WUR), NL

10.40  Coffee break
11.00 Roundtable discussions groups (Zoom breakout rooms)
11.45 Report Back from group discussions
12.30 Closure

 

SESSION 3 Friday 28 May 9.00 - 12.00 CET

Approaches to validating the success in developing my students' entrepreneurial competences.

Keywords: Reflection on my success in developing my students' entrepreneurial competences. Alternative forms of assessment to measure my students' entrepreneurial sustainable competences. Developing students' capacity to reflect on their achievements and develop actions for further development of those skills.

Chair: Marije Lesterhuis, Comproved/ University of Antwerp, Antwerp, BE

9.00 Welcome and Introduction to the Session
9.10 Keynote: Comparative judgement: an alternative approach for the assessment of students' entrepreneurial competences
Marije Lesterhuis, Comproved/ University of Antwerp, Antwerp, BE
9.30 Keynote: Retrospective pretest-posttests as reflection exercises
Kåre Moberg, The Danish Foundation for Entrepreneurship, Odense, DK
9.50 Keynote: Capturing the development of entrepreneurial competence: practical experiences from situational judgment tests and storyline approaches
Thomas Lans, Senior Manager Research, National Centre of Expertise in Vocational Education and Training in the Netherlands (ECBO), 's-Hertogenbosch, NL
10.10 Coffee Break
10.30 Roundtable discussions groups (Zoom breakout rooms)
11.15 Report back from group discussions
11.45 Closure
   
   

12.00

ICA-Edu General Assembly (including elections)

13.30 Closure of the ICA-Edu General Assembly

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