Together we can share today’s insights for tomorrow’s entrepreneurs.
The National Survey of Entrepreneurship Education is a research initiative that was created in 1979. The objective of the research is to collect information about all the entrepreneurship education conducted in the U.S. by two- and four-year colleges and universities. Dr. George Solomon has been conducting this research for over 30 years and has produced numerous articles reporting on the dynamic rise of entrepreneurship education in the U.S. The United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) and the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation both support and will share in the data.
By participating in the survey, you and your school would:
- Become part of a valuable, intensive research project now recognized by the Kauffman Foundation;
- Contribute to expanding the knowledge about entrepreneurship education, the pedagogies employed, topics offered, course offerings and articulation strategies being adopted;
- Be listed on all public summary data;
- Have a referent point to compare your school’s current activities to others in the nation and can possibly develop a comprehensive strategy to expand your course and program offerings; and
- Be able to examine current teaching methods and delivery methodologies to enhance student outcomes.
Visit The National Survey of Entrepreneurship Education to take part in this research initiative!
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