Salazar-Slide_1 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project Kauffman Project Teams Steering Committee Instruction Team Incubator Team Finance Team.
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Salazar-Slide_1 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project Kauffman Project Teams Steering Committee Instruction Team Incubator Team Finance Team
Salazar-Slide_2 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project Steering Committee Establishes “game plan” for proposal development Coordination and Oversight of other committees Responsible for disseminating information to other committees and stakeholders including President Caldera Responsible for background and general information of proposal (5 pages) Responsible for Hosting 10/10/03 Visit by Kauffman Foundation
Salazar-Slide_3 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project Instruction Team Develops course/workshop syllabi Coordinates curriculum with Center for Entrepreneurial Studies Develops web-based exemplary course Establishes project plan for initiating curriculum, including expense plan Benchmarks coursework from other schools – Stanford, Iowa State, Syracuse,etc. Responsible for Coursework section of proposal (6 pages)
Salazar-Slide_4 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project Incubator Team Develops UNM Incubator business plan Coordinates Seed Funding Plan for Incubator investments Establishes linkages to OVPR, STC, HSC and SOE and other schools with IP generators Responsible for Incubator/Services section of proposal (6 pages)
Salazar-Slide_5 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project Finance Team Develops strategic plan for $15M funding Identifies and contacts government agencies and private foundations for possible contribution commitments Coordinates visits with potential partners by UNM Provost, President, or other cabinet officers in making appeal for contribution. Responsible for Fund Raising section of proposal (3 pages)
Salazar-Slide_6 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project Project Schedule 26 August - Kickoff Meeting - MTTC - 10 September - Reports to Steering Comm 24 September - Reports to Steering Comm (Meeting) (11AM Roberts Room) 8 October - Reports to Steering Comm 10 October - Visit by Kauffman Foundation 22 October - Reports to Steering Comm (9AM Room 226 Scholes Hall Meeting & First Draft of Proposal Due) 5 November - Reports to Steering Committee 12 November - SC Meeting 2PM Roberts Room & Final Draft of Proposal Due) 19 November - SC Meeting 9AM Roberts Room & Final Changes to Proposal - Signoff 21 November - Proposal Submitted to Kauffman Foundation 26 November - SC Meeting 11AM Roberts Room & First Draft of Presentation Due 3 December - SC Meeting 9AM Room 226 & Rehearsal of Presentation Due
Salazar-Slide_7 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project Kauffman Foundation Grant Guidelines How will you make entrepreneurship a common and accessible experience for all students; including your vision for creating “leaps” in how entrepreneurship is currently offered at your institution, over and above what your current program offers. Please include your implementation strategy over a 3-5 year time frame. How will faculty be engaged, across campus, to assure a comprehensive and well-orchestrated initiative; including possible incentives for faculty involvement. How will you measure your success; including program outcomes and individuals responsible for program assessment as well as possible ways of sharing your experience with others in the field. What is your sustainable financial plan; including financial support, leverage of Kauffman support and opportunities to secure “new” sources for funding. Please include a three to five year (proposed) budget.
Salazar-Slide_8 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project Kauffman Grant Project Objectives - Instruction Campus wide – Every student can participate Create “entrepreneurial” culture on campus Visionary and Innovative Program Measure Relevance and Effectiveness of Program Engage Faculty and Administration Sustainability
Salazar-Slide_9 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project Instruction Team Topics Courses for Credit –Main Campus –Branch & CC’s (web-based?) Seminars, Workshops, Talks Games, Contests & Engagement Internships, Mentor Programs
Salazar-Slide_10 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project Market Segments for Training Health Sciences Technology Art, Music & other Fine Arts Professional Services – Law, Architecture, etc Family Businesses
Salazar-Slide_11 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project NM Industry National Labs Government Services Construction Oil and Gas Ranching Tourism Arts and Crafts
Salazar-Slide_12 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project Approaches to Coursework Separate Courses and Programs in Entrepreneurship Integrate Entrepreneurship material into Existing Courses Require a course in entrepreneurship for Freshmen (MGT113 – like course) Offer an entrepreneurship course as option in UNM Core Curriculum Offer an “entrepreneurship” track in every college or school
Salazar-Slide_13 UNM – Kauffman Grant Project Constraints Time – Proposal due November 21 Budget – Every suggested course/training item needs to be budgeted Instruction – Who can be the instructor? Administration – Where is the training item supervised and administered?