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Whether you are in middle school, high school, an undergraduate, a graduate student, or a corporate executive, Mtech offers a broad array of entrepreneurship and innovation courses tailored for you.
1. Are there any face-to-face meetings?
2. Is there a specific time that we meet online?
3. How does the team interaction happen online?
We will have a combination of individual and team assignments. You may use the online tools of Canvas, to include file sharing, discussion boards, and chat rooms to perform team assignments. You're also free to use Skype or whatever other tools you prefer.
Any more questions? Contact the instructor.
ENES140 fulfills the General Education requirement for Distributive Studies - Scholarship in Practice. ENES140 can also be applied to the Minor in Technology Entrepreneurship.* The 15-credit Minor prepares students for launching successful technology ventures and bringing life-changing products and services to market. Upon successful completion of ENES140, students will need to take an additional 12-credits of Minor eligible courses to earn the Minor. For more information, to see the full schedule of Minor courses, and to apply, please visit www.mtech.umd.edu/educate/minor.
Dr. James V. Green leads the education activities of Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute (Mtech) as the Director of Entrepreneurship Education with responsibilities for designing and teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in entrepreneurship and technology commercialization, leading seed funding programs, and managing residential entrepreneurship programs for students. In 2011, he earned first prize in the 3E Learning Innovative Entrepreneurship Education Competition presented at the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) annual conference to recognize college educators who have created new and challenging learning activities that actively involve students in the entrepreneurial experience. He is the author of "The Opportunity Analysis Canvas", an innovative tool for identifying and analyzing entrepreneurial ideas.
Prior to the University of Maryland, Dr. Green held founder, executive, and operational roles with multiple startups to include WaveCrest Laboratories (an innovator in next-generation electric and hybrid-electric propulsion and drive systems), Cyveillance (a software startup and world leader in cyber intelligence and intelligence-led security), and NetMentors.Org (the first national online career development eMentoring community). Dr. Green earned a Doctor of Management and an MS in Technology Management from the University of Maryland University College, an MBA from the University of Michigan, and a BS in Industrial Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
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