At this conference 83 participants from around the world came to learn from elite faculty members on how to build entrepreneurship programs, instill the entrepreneurial mindset in students, and pedagogical techniques. We had high expectations, based on the reputations of the folks involved, but we were even more impressed at each day’s end. Honestly, we were just floored by the excellence and professionalism of the staff, presenters, and attendees. And we think more people should know about this conference and apply. Therefore we want this post to be a quick rundown of The Experiential Classroom.
Who should attend: Anyone who has been tasked with teaching entrepreneurship, is building an entrepreneurship department, or community-focused entrepreneurial center. These can be deans, faculty, adjunct faculty, directors, and community organizers. But know getting into this that there is a serious academic leaning and tone throughout the conference.