Best Practices Award

Best Practices may include-but are not limited to: New entrepreneurial curriculum; New or innovative classroom delivery; Innovations in attracting and maintaining clients; Promoting entrepreneurship across the curriculum; Superior outcomes from existing programs, etc..


Infusing inclusion throughout the student consulting project process

Maria Yates, Aquesha Daniels, and Whitney Peake; Western Kentucky University


Student Start-Ups as an SBI Pipeline

Dennis Barber III & Micheal Harris, East Carolina


Capitalizing on Wondering Minds - Using Recycled Materials to Create Interactive

Mind Mapping Approach to Motivate Service Learning in Entrepreneurship

Chyi Lyi (Kathleen) Liang, North Carolina A&T State University


Tearing Down Silos
Ken Klotz, Bradley University

Building a Collaborative Effort of Training and Education 
in Sustainable Food System for the 22nd Century through Urban Agriculture Programs
Chyi Lyi (Kathleen) Liang, North Carolina A&T State University

Systems Thinking in Entrepreneurship: Changing our Thinking and 
Improving Buy-In for Entrepreneurship Courses in the General Education Curriculum
Whitney Peake, Western Kentucky University

S.T.E.L.L.A.R.: Student Entrepreneur Learning Lab & Research
Dawn Bolton, Western Kentucky University

The Nonprofit Bootcamp
Patrick Walker, Lindenwood University

Teens Reaching Youth (TRY) for Food Systems
Kathleen Liang, University of Vermont

Dollar Enterprise
Kathleen Liang, University of Vermont

Programmatic Research with Students
Shawn M. Carraher, Indiana Wesleyan University


Shawn Carraher, Indiana Wesleyan University

Creative Cross-Disciplinary Entrepreneurship
Dianne H.B. Welsh, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Masters of Science in Strategic Business Transitions
William A. Andrews, Stetson University

Minding Our Business: An Effective Summer Program for Urban Preadolescents
Sigfredo Hernandez, Rider University



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