What is the European Entrepreneurship Education Award?
The European Entrepreneurship Award (EEEA) is presented annually at the European Entrepreneurship Education Workshop in Lund, Sweden. The workshop for 2017 will take place April 20-21 - save the date! The award recognizes an individual or an organization that has contributed to the improvement of entrepreneurship education in academia in Europe.
The award is comprised of the honor and a diploma, as well as a sum of 100 000 SEK.
Purpose of the award
The purpose of the Award is threefold.
It is to:
1. highlight the importance of teaching and learning in the area of entrepreneurship in Europe;
2. further stimulate and promote innovative teaching methods within the field;
3. diffuse the state of the art in entrepreneurial education among scholars, policymakers practitioners, and people involved in entrepreneurship education at the university level.
Who is a potential award winner?
The award winner of the EEEA could be a person or an organization active in Europe.
To be considered a nominee for the EEEA the nominee has to have contributed significantly by developing pedagogic perspectives or ways of teaching entrepreneurship, through education, research or outreach activities.
Criteria for evaluation of nominations include: (1) novelty and innovativeness; (2) potential impact and transferability; and (3) relevance for a public beyond academia.
We ask you to submit your nominations for European Entrepreneurship Education Award 2017 before October 16th 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org. The nominations should be in the form of a one page Word or PDF document, including name and address of the nominee as well as a short motivation for your choice.
- Hans Landström, Professor, Sten K. Johnson Centre for Entrepreneurship
- Mats Westerberg, Professor, Luleå University of Technology
- Karin Berglund, Centre Director for Stockholm School of Entrepreneurship
- Magnus Klofsten, Professor, Linköping University
- Mats Lundqvist, Director, Chalmers School of Entrepreneurship