Online Workshop on Entrepreneurial Universities

Join the UIIN Online Workshop: Entrepreneurial Universities During COVID-19 Crisis
In the face of a global health crisis and an increasing pace of change, universities are under great pressure to contribute more heavily to their region. To achieve this, universities are not only being charged with the responsibility to alter their education and research approach, but also become more entrepreneurial organisations themselves. However, making this shift to a more entrepreneurial university is extremely challenging and requires a strategic approach, commitment and strong university leadership.
Using practical examples from entrepreneurial universities across the globe, this online workshop will highlight what it takes to be an entrepreneurial university. We will be providing a mixture of theory and practical tools as well as hands-on activities to enable staff members to make improvements to their university’s performance.
Working together with the author of ‘Entrepreneurship at Universities’ and the CEO of UIIN, you will be provided with practical steps that will help you make your university more entrepreneurial.
Title:  Entrepreneurial Universities During COVID-19 Crisis
Date:  19th of May, 2020
Time: 10:00-13:00 CET
Format: Live Online Workshop, Limited Capacity
Facilitators: A/Prof. Todd Davey, Arno Meerman


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Meet your facilitators
Prof. Todd Davey
Todd Davey
With over 20 years of experience in business, startups, consulting and academia, A/Prof. Todd Davey offers a wealth of global practical experience. As the author of ‘Entrepreneurship at Universities’ and the co-editor of the ‘Future Universities Thoughtbook’, Todd has a large repertoire of best practices to share with you. He is also a renowned trouble-maker and former professional Australian footballer.
Arno Meerman
Arno Meerman
In his role as CEO of UIIN Arno Meerman has built one of the largest global networks on university-industry interaction. He actively works with the European Commission, European Institute for Innovation and Technology, and other government bodies towards professionalisation of university-industry relationships, entrepreneurial universities and partnerships. Some of Arno’s recent work evolves around the State of University-Business Cooperation in Europe, the Future of Universities Thoughtbook, and the development of a recognition framework for Entrepreneurial Universities.


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