Intellectual/Social (I/S) Entrepreneurship in Academia. Liora Bresler, U of Illinois College of Education, Professor. Academy of Entrepreneurial Leadership, Fellow. School of Music, Fine and Applied Arts, Affiliate. Campus Honors Program, Faculty. Two inter-related goals.
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Liora Bresler, U of Illinois
Specifically, the course will address the following:
Focus on possibility
Focus on venture.
Focus on Resources
Scripted procedures, bureaucratic
Focus on organization.Entrepreneurs vs. Administrators
Students reported having gained an expanded vision of what they could do as entrepreneurs.
Overall, positive evaluation of the course (rated as “excellent”).
From my perspective, this served as an exploratory work. Next stages will include in-depth study of 4-5 intellectual/social academics, and larger survey information.Course goals met