Workshop on shaping entrepreneurial engineers

Jan 3 - Jan 4

Join SM CEO, Terry Swack, at the KEEN Faculty Workshop where she'll be teaching a module on greener product innovation. This workshop is made possible by The Kern Family Foundation, who created the Kern Entrepreneurship Education Network (KEEN)

in 2005 as a collegiate initiative to complement efforts at the K-12 level to increase the quantity and quality of U.S. engineering talent. KEEN's mission is to graduate engineers equipped with an action-oriented entrepreneurial mindset who will contribute to business success and transform the U.S. workforce.

The long-term goal is for these new engineers to catalyze a transformation in the workforce and to build economic and technical commerce in their communities. This focus on entrepreneurial leaders is increasingly important as the U.S. competes to maintain its economic position in a global marketplace based on innovation.

This faculty short course has been developed for faculty members who fully accept that entrepreneurial education should be incorporated into the undergraduate engineering and technical curriculum.

To register, please email Karen Cartwright,