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Enterprise & Entrepreneurship Webinar Series

Starting in April 2017, QAA Scotland will be running a series of weekly webinars on enterprise & entrepreneurship education. The webinars will explore a number of topics from developing and implementing strategy for the inclusion of enterprise and entrepreneurship education in the learning and teaching process to showcasing examples, including enterprise & entrepreneurship in specific subject areas, and engaging and supporting staff and students.

Webinar schedule and details

Title Speaker(s) Date / Time
HEInnovate, a self–assessment tool to support the development of entrepreneurship/innovation strategies in HEIs Fiona Godsman, CEO of the Scottish Institute for Enterprise Thursday 20 April

12:30-13:00 GMT
Embedding enterprise & entrepreneurship in the curriculum: Case Study Dr Theo Lim, Associate Professor, Heriot-Watt University Tuesday 25 April

12:30-13:00 GMT
Strategic approaches to embedding enterprise and entrepreneurship Pauline Miller Judd, Dean of Arts & Creative Industries, Edinburgh Napier University



Marie Löwegren, Senior Lecturer, Sten K. Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship, Lund University, Sweden
Friday 5 May

12:30-13:30 GMT
Engaging students from non-STEM subjects Anna Scott, Knowledge Exchange Partnership Manager, Scottish Graduate School of Arts and Humanities (SGSAH)



Dr Dawn Weatherston, Enterprise Adviser (Education), University of Newcastle
Monday 8 May

12:30-13:30 GMT
Embedding enterprise and entrepreneurship across the institution: The Southampton Solent Model Caroline Barfoot, Academic Leader and David Whistance, Employability and Enterprise Programme Adviser, Southampton Solent University Friday 19 May

12:30-13:00 GMT
Opportunities and challenges of engaging staff in enterprise and entrepreneurship Dr Shona Johnston, Head of Careers, Employability & Enterprise, University of Dundee



Gareth Trainer, Assistant Director (Enterprise and Entrepreneurship), University of Newcastle and Dawn Weatherston (Enterprise Advisor),  University of Newcastle 
Thursday 25 May

12:30-13:30 GMT
Using co-curricular activities to promote enterprise and entrepreneurship Alison Gee, Enterprise Development Manager, Launch.Ed, University of Edinburgh Fiona Ireland, Head of Enterprise, University of Strathclyde Thursday 1 June 12:30-13:30 GMT

For more information, please contact Emilia Todorova