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U429·SUNDAY WORKSHOP: How to Disseminate Entrepreneurially Minded Best Teaching Practices Through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Workshop Industrial Engineering Division (IND)
Sun. June 25, 2023 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Room 309, Baltimore Convention Center
Session Description

Free ticketed event
This interactive workshop focuses on supporting engineering educators to augment their promotion and tenure objectives with Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SOTL) opportunities. Engineering educators will receive the information and structure they need to implement innovative curriculum interventions aimed at integrating the entrepreneurial mindset.
SOTL is a powerful tool for disseminating knowledge that describes innovative curriculum interventions, and lessons learned from implementing these interventions. Equipped with SOTL tools and know-how, faculty can simultaneously elevate student learning and satisfaction while advancing their professional and academic career goals.
With the transdisciplinary nature of entrepreneurship in mind, this training will use the context of entrepreneurially minded learning to showcase innovative curriculum interventions. Participants will learn how to develop and implement curriculum interventions via SOTL, and critically reflect on and share lessons learned.
Participants will receive:
(1) strategies for developing and implementing teaching and learning interventions integrating the entrepreneurial mindset,
(2) a framework for conducting SOTL,
(3) a list of SOTL-friendly dissemination outlets including conferences and journals,
(4) a how-to guide for creating virtual writing groups supporting publication and dissemination of SOTL, and
(5) information about applying for a SOTL-focused paid professional development opportunity.

  1. Dr. Lisa Bosman
    Purdue University at West Lafayette (PPI)

    Dr. Lisa Bosman, PhD in Industrial Engineering, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Technology Leadership and Innovation at Purdue University. Her desire to increase STEM education accessibility and attainment have resulted in her founding of the Purdue University iAGREE Labs ( Dr. Bosman has authored over 80 publications, obtained over $2M USD in research funding as a PI, has been an invited speaker and workshop facilitator for over twenty national and international engagements, and currently serves as an engineering councilor for the Council of Undergraduate Research (3-year commitment, 2020-2023), and as a division officer for the American Society of Engineering Education (5-year commitment, 2018-2023). In addition, she has recently authored two texts: “Teaching the Entrepreneurial Mindset Across the University: An Integrative Approach” (Springer-Verlag GmbH, 2021) and “Teaching the Entrepreneurial Mindset to Engineers” (Springer-Verlag GmbH, 2018).

  2. Dr. Katey Shirey

    Dr. Katey Shirey is the Founder of eduKatey, LLC which delivers STEAM education services to K-16 educators worldwide. Dr. Shirey earned her BA in physics, BA in studio arts, and MT in secondary science education at the University of Virginia, followed by her PhD in science teaching, learning, policy, and leadership at the University of Maryland. She is a certified STEAM education specialist, certified by The Institute for Arts Integration and STEAM. Building on her background in physics, sculpture, art history, and high-school physics teaching, Dr. Shirey helps educators bring the arts, engineering, science, technology, and math together so their students can learn to grapple with complex problems in novel ways. She is passionate about using integrative-STEAM education to engage more students in STEM through the inclusion of art practices and awareness.

  3. Karoline Jarr
    Jarr Consulting

    Karoline Jarr, Ph.D. is an education and career consultant that helps the education sector maintain relevance by aligning student interests to workforce needs, and workforce needs to student learning. She is a national leader who consults for forward-thinking companies and social ventures in the areas of STEM and career-focused training, program development, and evaluation. Before consulting, Dr. Jarr led industry advisory panels and instructional strategy for Project Lead The Way where her work impacted tens of thousands of teachers and over one million students. She is an experienced researcher, evaluator, and classroom teacher and has presented nationally and internationally on education topics. She holds a doctorate in Psychological and Quantitative Foundations.