The ASU Kern Project is pleased to announce the first KEEN Professorship awardees. Recipients submitted proposals targeting the development, implementation and dissemination of entrepreneurial mindset content within their courses, programs or labs. The following awardees were selected from a very competitive application pool.
Casey Ankeny, “Implementing the Entrepreneurial Mindset in an Introductory Biomedical Engineering Laboratory Course”
Michael Caplan, “Development and Assessment of Curiosity, Connections, and Creating Value Mindsets in BME282 and BME417”
Kenneth Mulligan, “How to hustle like 50 Cent. Fueling problem solving and value creation through the entrepreneurial mindset”
Kelvin Ning, “Medical Device Case Studies”
Haolin Zhu, “Instilling Entrepreneurial Mindset into Core Mechanical Engineering Courses”
The ASU Kern Project is a partner in the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network (KEEN), a collaboration of hundreds of engineering faculty nationwide educating engineering students with an entrepreneurial mindset so they can create personal, economic and societal value through a lifetime of meaningful work. In addition to the traditional technical skillset, student learning is enriched with an entrepreneurial mindset that fosters curiosity, connections, and the creation of value — the 3 C’s.
The next call for proposals begins August 17, and the submission deadline is September 6, 2016. The KEEN Professorship is open to all Fulton faculty, including tenured, tenure-track, lecturers and adjunct instructors. To learn more about the grant opportunity and application process, please visit the Startup Center Website.
Questions about the KEEN Professorship? Contact Project Manager Layla Reitmeier at email@example.com.