Edited by Charles H. Matthews and Eric W. Liguori
Chapter 28: Capacity building for innovation and entrepreneurship on campus through a faculty certificate program
Faculty development programs allow faculty to learn new content and gain insights from like-minded faculty. This article describes an Innovation and Entrepreneurship Faculty Certificate program that leverages a community of practice model to allow faculty members to integrate content related to entrepreneurial mindset into their classes. The certificate program takes place during the academic year and covers topics including creativity, ideation, business model canvas, innovation canvas, and teaching resources. Through a partnership with the Faculty Center this certificate program has been able to provide recognition to faculty members that is valuable as part of their tenure and recontracting process.
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