Conventional wisdom tells us that only a select few are born with the skills to think entrepreneurially. And that only those people come up with truly great ideas that change the world. But what if we could teach those abilities to all students?
Professions such as social work and health care aren't traditionally associated with entrepreneurial thinking, but UCalgary faculty members across campus are incorporating that mindset into their disciplines.
What do we mean by "entrepreneurial thinking"? Why is it important? Leaders from across the University of Calgary share what this skillset means to them and why it's a crucial way for any discipline to look at the world.
Join University of Calgary President and Vice-Chancellor Elizabeth Cannon as she shares her experiences incorporating entrepreneurial thinking into the strategy and operations of one of Canada’s leading public research universities, and proposes how other institutions can do the same.
Learn about how an entrepreneurial thinker looks at the world, get some resources to help you embark on your entrepreneurial journey, and read a case study in how one CEO was able to incorporate principles of entrepreneurial thinking into his daily operations.
Join this webinar to understand why entrepreneurial thinking is important across all disciplines. Learn how anyone can leverage the entrepreneurial mindset, whether it's creative ways of addressing social challenges, designing more sustainable communities, pushing boundaries in the arts, or re-inventing a career or business after an economic downturn.
Thanks to a new dual degree program, UCalgary students can get business and engineering degrees in as little as five years.
The acclaimed 'high-impact innovation network' will see its first cohort start program in fall 2017.
A UCalgary master’s student’s Hult Prize team offers a creative solution to refugee housing.
With support from entrepreneurial competitions and programs, a UCalgary biomedical engineering student turns his invention into an entrepreneurial endeavour.
In an attempt to end the cycle of poverty affecting low-income families, a UCalgary student and her classmates opened doors to more learning opportunities.
A UCalgary grad student in economics turns favours for her friends into a cosmetics business.
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