Event Resources

HEEG Annual Conference 2016

Amy Pyle, London South Bank University Endorsing and Supporting Tier 1 Graduate Entrepreneur Visas – The challenges and successes

 

Nigel Page, Kingston University A Bright Idea: Embedding and Promoting Enterprise to Bioscience Students Through the Curriculum and Engagement Through an Extracurricular Activity

 

Peter Clarke, World Experience Exchange Learning and Making a Difference in the World

 

Philip Ely, University of Portsmouth Applying Design Thinking To Entrepreneurial Programmes and Services

 

Dr Dale Heywood, University of Liverpool Introducing Performance Based Assessments for Large Cohorts

 

Nona McDuff and Ula Ojiaku, Kingston University Integrated, Inclusive and Excellence-based: The Kingston Story

 

Linsey Cole and Lea Anderson-McCollin, London South Bank University Harnessing the Power of the Student Voice
Charles Oham, University of Greenwich Resourcing the Social Entrepreneur: A Case Study on the Capital Literacy for Social Enterprise Project

 

Sara Underwood, University of Leeds The Leeds Entrepreneurial Ecosystem; Building and Maintaining Quality
Nicola Steuer, School for Social Entrepreneurs The Future of Enterprise Education
Henry Jinman, Crowdfund Campus The End of Business Planning in Enterprise Education video
Professor Fred Deakin, University of Arts London Seeding entrepreneurship and exploring cross-disciplinary collaborations in the digital space

Financial Literacy for Entrepreneurship: What to teach, and how?

Lionel Bunting Lights, Camera, Action!
Stephen Brown Reducing the Nascent Entrepreneur’s ‘Perceived Risk Factor’
John Forgan The Parsimonious Approach to Enterprise – An adaptable case study approach to teaching enterprise management
Dr Samuel Mwaura Teaching Practical Financial Management and Forecasting to Future Entrepreneurs : Blending scenario-based learning with substantive consulting
Jane Chang Embedding Crowdfunding into Entrepreneurship Models
Gaynor Wood Using Lego Serious Place in the Classroom: Connect – Construct – Contemplate- Continue

Demystifying Intellectual Property (IP): embedding IP education in the student experience

Prof. Brian Tanner IP awareness in the whole student body experience: reaching parts that others can’t reach
Andy Penaluna Let’s get curious: Why is IP so important in entrepreneurial education?
Linsey Cole and Syeda Rahimunnessa Igniting the IP spark: Embedding IP in the LSBU student experience
Liz Choonara and Jeremy Holmes IP Wise Up: Creating Student IP Ambassadors
Silvia Baumgart Own-It

Social Enterprise Solidarity – learning from each other, 18 November 2015

Don Macdonald Social Enterprise: Why do some fail and others succeed?
Charles Oham Raising Finance Through Social Innovation – a case study on using local resources to increase social impact
Nickala Torkington Supporting Women Social Entrepreneurs to Start Up and Thrive
Chris Durkin Developing a Curriculum for the Real World
Martha Mador Getting Started in Social Enterprise

HEEG Annual Conference 2015

Alexandra Symonds

Staying novel and out of trouble

Amy Pyle

Using markets to engage students and staff in enterprise

Begona Rodriguez

Bridging the gap – Employability and Entrepreneurial skills in the translation curriculum

Dr Beryl Jones & Neeta Barot

Enhancing placement opportunities and overcoming barriers for BME Computer Science Students

Charles Oham

Resourcing the Social Entrepreneur: A case study on the Capital Literacy Project

Dr Christina Butler

Learning through doing: Developing Entrepreneurial Leadership

Christine Fountain & Stephen Brown

Innovative Engagement with the Small Business Charter Growth Voucher Programme at Southampton Solent Business School

Prof. Dave Cooper

Access to European funding through your local LEP: insights from Coast to Capital

David Moxon

Can final year undergraduates activate entrepreneurship through use of Business Model Canvas

Fintan Clear

The contribution of theatric methods to the development of student enterprise

Johnny Luk

The evolution of the student entrepreneur – A ‘users’ prospective

Lesley Strachan

Clubs, Pubs, Sleep or Study: How can we engage with students better

Dr Lyn Batchelor

Embedding Enterprise in Sports Programmes at the University of Chichester

Suzanne Dixon, Steven Henderson & Matt Weet

5×5 Impact of Student Interventions

Solent LEP

European Structural and Investment Fund Strategy

Stephen Brown

Enterprise Education Provision for Ex-offenders as a means to reduce recidivism: Towards an effective paradigm

Prof. Steven Henderson & Susan Patrick

European Intensive Programme Collaboration: Social Entrepreneurship in Europe

Syeda Rahimunnessa

Raising Intellectual Property Awareness

Dr Martha Mador

Measuring our Impact workshop

Fiona Reid

Keynote

Yuwei Lin

Archives and Enterprise Education

Dr Anne Kirketerp

VIA university college & Aarhus University

Tom Saunders

The use of metaphors and stories in enterprise education

Chris Locke

Building an ecosystem for student entrepreneurship to flourish

Technology enhanced Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Education, 15th April 2015

Peter Bond Using Collaboration Platforms to Create Knowledge Sharing and Learning Infrastructures
John Bound In person or online? Technologies to reach a 24/7 art & design audience at the Royal College of Art
Peter Harrington & Lesley Strachan How latest simulation technology has been designed to meet the challenges of teaching entrepreneurship and business within higher education
Emilee Simmons Moving Beyond the Flipped Classroom Creating a Global Classroom

Social Enterprise education – can we learn from each other? 20th November 2014

Charles Oham Using your ideas to make a difference
Chris Durkin Partnerships are key to success
Martha Mador Change Agents
Zain Miah UnLtd
Caroline Bucklow How can early career researchers exploit their ideas and research through social enterprise
Peter Clarke Social Enterpreneurship as a platform for learning

From Freshers to Freelancers 7th Oct 2014

Anna Faherty Self-starters! For ‘freelance’ read ‘enterprise’
Dr Alison Baverstock How beneficial to students and institutionally valued is the freelance and professional experience of university staff
Gradlancer Gradlancer
Stephen Beddoe Student Enterprise and Employability

HEEG Annual Conference 2014

Adele Roberts-Hunt & Mario Sobczak Kingston RISE
Alex Barton The crowdsourcing platform owner’s perspective
Ali Riley & Maria Barluenga Enterprise modules, not business planning modules
Prof. Angus Laing Beyond producing corporate executives: The small Business Charter and the entrepreneurial business school 
Anna Faherty Experimenting with enterprise pedagogy
Charlie Ball Where are graduates starting up new businesses, and in what sectors?
Frances Brown Creative enterprise education…next steps
Judith Reynolds
Keith Burnley The Entrepreneurial University
Maureen Tibby Enhancing employability through enterprise education
Amy Watson & Katrina Hau Fostering student innovation and entrepreneurship
Peter Ptashko The socially entrepreneurial institution UnLtd’s five years in HE
Alan Schechner, Phil Ellis & Sarah Bennett Embedding enterprise, supporting local arts organisations and graduate retention
Robert Blackburn Student entrepreneurial intentions: an analysis of baseline survey evidence and implications for entrepreneurship education
Kingston Squidpreneur  How to take an idea to market workshop
Tom Williamson The impending student pipeline: impacts on enterprise educators
Theresa Nash & Teresa Rooney Nursing Entrepreneurism and sustainability- a match made in heaven? 
Tim Bedford The Entrepreneurial University