The Entrepreneurial Academic
This one day workshop introduces the role of university engagement with business, industry and communities in the creation of economic, social and cultural benefits. Participants will understand the objectives of engagement and become familiar with relevant models and exemplar case studies in a variety of sectors and countries. Workshop information
Paul chairing the University-Industry Partnerships track on the first afternoon of the conference, with presenters (from left to right) Beryl Morris from University of Queensland, Knut Koschatzsky from Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research, Nur Naha Abu Mansor from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia and Adrian Tootell from Wollongong University.
Accreditation Council for Entrepreneurial & Engaged Universities ACEEU
Paul is the Vice-Chair of the ACEEU Council and co-author of the ACEEU Standards for engaged and entrepreneurial universities. Further information is available at www.aceuu.org
The ACEEU definition of an "engaged university" is one which is oriented towards and strategically positioned to deliver a range of societal contributions, benefits and impacts. The institution undertakes education and research aligned with society and business needs. Education integrates external stakeholders and promotes a wide range of career opportunities, including the private, public and not-for-profit sector. Research and projects are collaborative and mutually beneficial. The priority in third mission activities is engagement and the institution accordingly develops its people, organisational capacity and external collaborations. An engaged university is an influential organisation within the wider ecosystem and is focused on, but not limited to, providing greater social and cultural impacts for the city and region.
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Presentations and Publications
External Engagement and Dual Programs Chairing of conference track at 2017 UIIN annual conference, Dublin, Ireland.
How to enhance university-business collaboration by developing the culture of higher education Presentation in the 2017 UIIN workshops for HE series, Amsterdam. Netherlands.
Chair of the ACEEU Peer Review Team. ACEEU accreditation of the University of Adelaide as an engaged university, Adelaide, Australia.
University Industry Partnerships Chairing of conference track at UIIN Asia Pacific conference, Adelaide, Australia.
University Business Collaboration Review of abstracts for papers and good practice case studies on the theme of university business collaboration for the 2017 UIIN conference, Dublin, Ireland.
University-Industry Linkages Presentation at UNCTAD workshop, "Supporting high-growth entrepreneurship and innovation with universities in Thailand", Bangkok, Thailand.
Accreditation Standards for Engaged Universities
Co-authorship of the accrediation standards for engaged universities on behalf of the ACEEU, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
University Contributions to Societal Impact, presentation at, and chairing of, the Nordic Five Tech Anniversary Conference, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway.
Innovation and University-Industry Nexus panel member at University Industry Innovation Network annual conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
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Business Panel Discussion chairing first panel debate at University Industry Innovation Network annual conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Collaborating for Shared Value, workshop at Developing the Entrepreneurial Mindset, on behalf of the University Industry Innovation Network, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Australian eChallenge Awards, invited guest, University of Adelaide, Australian Embassy, Paris, France.
The Networked Leader Workshop at Coventry University, Coventry, UK.
Changing the culture of an organisation to become more entrepreneurial Presentation at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Melbourne, Australia.
Defining the Entrepreneurial University within a Framework of Innovation and Education Paper (double blind peer reviewed) at the ACERE 2016 Conference, co-sponsored by Griffith University and Queensland University of Technology, Australia.
Celebrating Innovation and Entrepreneurship, invited guest, Flinders University, Australia House, London, UK.
Influencing entrepreneurial culture in universities 2 day workshop for KIC InnoEnergy (with participants from Belgium, Spain, Sweden and UK), ESADE Creapolis, Barcelona, Spain.
University Business Collaboration. Review of abstracts for papers on the theme of University Business Collaboration, for the 2015 University Industry Innovation Conference, Berlin, Germany
Wearing the many hats of the research professor Presentation at Brunel University London, UK.
The Entrepreneurial University Blog on the National Centre for Universities and Business website, UK.
The Entrepreneurial University Article in INFO, the magazine for Anglo-French business, published by the French Chamber of Commerce in Great Britain.
How entrepreneurial leadership can engage university staff in the development of an entrepreneurial culture that supports university-industry interaction Journal Industry and Higher Education. Vol 28, No 4, pp. 263-269.
University-industry collaboration: the organisation, management and leadership challenge. Journal Advances in Higher Education by the SPACE Network for Business Studies and European Languages.
Entrepreneurial Leadership and the development of cooperation between universities, science and business Presentation at the 'Forum of Knowledge Transfer and Innovations and Commercialisation', Kielce University of Technology, Poland.
University Business Collaboration. Review of abstracts for papers on the theme of University Business Collaboration, for the 2014 University Industry Innovation Conference, Barcelona, Spain.
Fostering an Entrepreneurial Culture in Universities to Support University-Industry Interaction Workshop at 'University Industry Interaction Network' conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Supporting Mechanisms in University-Industry Interaction Track Chair at 'University Industry Interaction Network' conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.