ProjectsOngoing projects at Engage
Kvinneprosjektet wants to inspire more women to pursue an entrepreneurial career.
Engage project wins funding from the Research Council of Norway’s International Partnerships for Excellent Education and Research (INTPART) funding stream
A project bringing together world-class education institutions and practitioners from Norway, USA and India to develop knowledge that improves entrepreneurial education and its impact on society has been awarded funding through the INTPART program of the Research...
Professor Steve Barr is coming to Trondheim next weekend to attend the VCP-conference. --We teach teams of graduate MBAs and masters and doctoral STEM students in all disciplines how to create high tech, high growth new business startups, says Barr with excitement....
For the third year in a row NTNU and Engage will be hosting the Journey, Europe's largest summer school for sustainable business ideas. During two weeks at NTNU, about 40 international students will get lectures and workshops in business development, design thinking,...
High school students are invited to build an underwater vehicle based on a design from NTNU during a two week summer school.
Training teaching faculty is a key activity for Engage. Engages wants to train university teachers from all diciplines.
SPIR Idélab is the new space for student entrepreneurship at Nord University.
Engage has ambitions to disseminate Engage teaching methods also outside the university context.
The Norwegian Refugee Council approached NTNU for support in setting up an Entrepreneurship-Hub (E-Hub) in the refugee camp in Kakuma, Kenya.