The 21st and 22nd of October, Engage and Excited hosted the biannual DIKU gathering for The Centres for Excellence in Education Initiative (SFU)
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Gründerbrakka: A great initiative that facilitates the development of knowledge-based business ideas
Since the spring of 2018, Gründerbrakka have been taking in students who have innovating ideas and gives them offices to make their businesses.
In our annual report you can learn more about Engages achievements in 2018, our student community and educators, the research being done in our centre, as well as the impact of Engage.
One of the students from NTNU School of Entrepreneurship, Jonas Aakenes, recently visited the University of Genova to see how they managed the entrepreneurship education at the school.
Students from NSE went to Denmark, to visit the incubator Refugee Entrepreneurs Denmark (RED), KPH Projects, CO:LAB and to do interviews for their master thesis
Engage visited the UK and the goal of the trip was to learn more about how other universities implement a study program in Entrepreneurship, especially a VCP (Venture Creation Program)
Marius Tuft Mathisen at NTNU won The Heizer Dissertation Award for his research within the field of entrepreneurship. .
The project will establish a network of institutions to develop knowledge to improve entrepreneurial education
Iselin Kristine Mauseth, a PhD student at the Engage center at Nord University, started her PhD in August 2017 and got nominated to the best paper award at the 3E-conference in May 2018.
Toscher is teaching a five-week intensive course called entrepreneurship for music, communication and technology.