Presentation on theme: "CJBE 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP: REACHING ACROSS CAMPUS Presentation for CJBE Conference Gonzaga University July 28, 2006 Paul F. Buller, Ph.D. Hogan Entrepreneurial."— Presentation transcript:
CJBE 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP: REACHING ACROSS CAMPUS Presentation for CJBE Conference Gonzaga University July 28, 2006 Paul F. Buller, Ph.D. Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program Gonzaga University Spokane, WA
CJBE 2006 Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program Gonzaga University Context: Gonzaga is a comprehensive university with emphasis on teaching and research Hogan Program distinguishing features: –University-wide undergraduate program –Honors program model –4-year Concentration with any major (18-26 credit hours) –Intensive, integrated co-curriculum –Based on Jesuit educational values
CJBE 2006 Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program Mission Statement The Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program is a four-year undergraduate Concentration founded on the Jesuit educational philosophy of educating the whole person. Its purpose is to prepare students to create new ventures that make a positive difference in society. This student-centered Program is designed for promising individuals who demonstrate academic excellence, leadership, creativity, and a commitment to serve others. The Hogan Program embraces students from all academic majors, tailoring the entrepreneurial curriculum and co-curriculum to complement the students major fields of study, and providing them with the concepts, tools, and experiences to responsibly create successful new commercial and social enterprises.
CJBE 2006 ENTREPRENEURSHIP: CREATING VALUE Entrepreneurs use limited resources to identify opportunities and create economic, social, and/or cultural value. Entrepreneurial leaders use their unique entrepreneurial talents and gifts to create value and contribute to the common good.
CJBE 2006 Dimensions of Work (Cornwall & Naughton, 2003) WORKER WORK SUBJECTIVEOBJECTIVE Self Things People
CJBE 2006 Components of Authentic Entrepreneurial Success (Cornwall & Naughton, 2003) The Good of Being Technically Competent The Good of the Individual The Good of the Community
CJBE 2006 Keys to Reaching Across Campus Develop a compelling vision – build on university mission, goals, values Secure support from the top – report to President or AVP Establish advisory board that includes university and community leaders (including President and Deans) Create student leadership structure that includes students from across majors Establish faculty advisory committee of opinion leaders from across campus Develop curriculum and co-curriculum that serves majors across campus
CJBE 2006 Keys to Reaching Across Campus (cont.) Collaborate with other academic departments on curriculum (e.g., senior design projects in engineering) Add value through joint projects that benefit the whole institution or community –Proactive collaboration with admissions, registrar, university relations, and other key university departments –Connect students and faculty with the community – add value through internships and projects –Guest speakers and networking events –New venture lab or incubator –Business plan competitions –Community service projects –Facilitate technology transfer and commercialization
CJBE 2006 Experiences of Students and Faculty John Hofland, Assoc. Professor, Communication Arts/Theater Arts Christie Anne Hofland (Class of 2005), Art Major Taylor Black (Class of 2007), Philosophy Major