The Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division and McGraw Hill present an annual award ($1500) to the person(s) who develops and implements an innovation in entrepreneurship pedagogy for either graduate or undergraduate education. The innovation must be a full course that is focused on entrepreneurship. (Although innovations in a program of courses or in individual exercises are certainly valuable, they will not be considered for this award.)
The purpose of the award is to encourage not only innovations in pedagogy, but also the dissemination of such innovations. Criteria for evaluation of nominations include (1.) the innovativeness and novelty of the content and pedagogical process; (2.) the demonstrated and potential impact and transferability; and (3.) the course's relevance (e.g., actionable lessons for entrepreneurs, addresses a social need).
Self-nominated proposals are encouraged! Nominations should include the following materials:
Nominations and supporting exhibits should be submitted electronically to the Award Chair, so they can be shared with the Award Committee. Please submit all materials as a single PDF document. Optional – Submit a short video (max. length 2 minutes, attached to the same email as your PDF nomination) explaining the unique contribution of your course. The video should address why your pedagogical innovation is novel, impactful, and relevant.
Submissions must be received by May 31, 2018. The winner will be notified by the end of June. The award winner must attend the annual Academy of Management Conference to receive their award at the Entrepreneurship Division Business Meeting. The winning nomination will be posted on the Entrepreneurship Division website and a notice will appear in the Division Newsletter.
Please direct nominations and questions to:
Noam Wasserman – Award Chair
University of Southern California
Ana Naia (University of Lisbon)
Andrew Maxwell (York University)
Charlotte Ren (Temple University)
Christine Mooney (Northern Illinois University)
Craig Armstrong (University of Alabama)
Ethan Mollick (Wharton, UPenn)
Jennifer Walske (Haas School of Business, Berkeley)
Linda Sama (St. John's University)
Michela Loi (University of Cagliari, Italy)
Rachida Justo (IE Business School, Madrid)
Sid Vedula (Babson College)
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