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									                 Welcome!
          7th   Annual REE USA




                      Co-Chairs:
                Tom Byers & Tina Seelig
                  Stanford University
                 October 27-29, 2004

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      Special Thanks to REE USA Sponsors




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             A Word About Your Hosts …

                 We believe engineers and scientists need
            entrepreneurial skills to be successful at all levels
           within their organizations. Our center is dedicated to
              accelerating high-technology entrepreneurship
               education and creating scholarly research on
             technology-based firms. We prepare students for
            leadership positions in industry, universities, and
          society, and we disseminate our research and teaching
                     knowledge throughout the world.


                  http://stvp.stanford.edu

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                                  • 1,000 Resources
                                  • Video Clips
                                  • Case Studies
                                  • Curriculum
                                  • Slide Decks
                                  • Web links
                                  • Free (No Charge)




          http://edcorner.stanford.edu
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                         REE Objectives
             Create a forum for college educators to discuss
              the strategic and organizational issues of educating
              engineers and scientists about high-technology
              entrepreneurship.


             Share experiences, best practices, and plans for
              teaching, research and outreach in a productive
              and relaxed setting.


             Establish and strengthen relationships that often lead to
              future interaction and opportunities; formulate ideas for
              future gatherings.


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             December 10-12 in Brazil

             Universidade de São Paulo

          2004 Location: Santiago (PUC)
                   November 24-26

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              July 29-20 in Singapore

              40 people from 11 countries


          2005 Location: Korea (KAIST)


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             September 9–11 in Lausanne

             40 people from 16 countries


          2005 Location: Stockholm (KTH)


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             Growth of REE USA

            1998   1999   2000   2001   2002   2003


  US         14     21     23     30     34     50


  Intl.+
             2      3      9      6      8      18
  Service


  People     21     36     45     60     71     78




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           REE USA 2004 By the Numbers

    Institutions
           52 US Universities and Colleges
           20 International Universities & Supporters

    95 Total Attendees
    17 of Top 20 Engineering Schools (US News)
    7 of Top 10 “Number of Engineering Degrees”
     Granted in 2004 (ASEE)



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                 REE USA
           Steering Committee

              Terry Blum, Georgia Tech
               Jerry Engel, UC Berkeley
           John Jaquette, Cornell University
               Steve Nichols, UT Austin
              Mark Rice, Babson College
           Ed Zschau, Princeton University



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           Noteworthy Organizations
                in Attendance


             Judith Cone      Phil Weilerstein,
            Vice President   Executive Director




           Liz Kisenwether     Don Kuratko
              Penn State     Indiana University
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   Who Are We … Show of Hands
  1. What geographic area are you from (time zone)?
           • Eastern? Central/Mountain? Pacific? International?
  2. What is your primary role or position?
           • Tenure-line Faculty? Part-time Adjunct? Senior Staff?
  3. What is your primary campus affiliation?
           • Science/Engineering School? Business School? Other?
  4. What stage of development is your program?
           • New? Emerging? Established?
  5. Have you attended a REE before?

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                     12:45 - 1:15 PM
                     KICK OFF SPEAKER
           Agenda:   "The Art of the Start"
                     - Guy Kawasaki, Garage Technology Ventures
   Wednesday
   October 27        1:15 - 2:00 PM
                     WELCOME AND CONFERENCE GOALS
                     - Tom Byers and Tina Seelig, Stanford University

                     2:00 - 3:30 PM
                     BEST PRACTICES PRESENTATIONS: From Course to Campus

                     Session A: COURSES AND CURRICULUM
                     •What to Do Before Your Business Plan Course?
                     - John Mullins, London Business School
                     •Student Projects for Technology Companies: Successful
                     Experiences with Nokia
                     - Peter Kelly, Finland
                     •Development of an Entrepreneurship Minor and Other
                     Programs: Entrepreneurship Education for all Engineers
                     - Tom Mason, Rose Hulman University

                     Session B: PROGRAMS AND CENTERS
                     •Team-Based Entrepreneurship Programs
                     - Jose Antonio Lerosa de Siqueira , Brazil
                     •Partnerships Between Academia and Industry
                     - Ofer Amit, Florida International University
                     •Clinical Model to Promote Entrepreneurship to Engineers
                     - Mark Weaver and Anthony Marchese, Rowan University



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           Agenda   Session C: CROSS-CAMPUS INITIATIVES
                    •Kauffman Campus Initiative
   Wednesday        - Alan Carsrud, Florida International University
   October 27       •Cross Campus activities at MIT
                    - Jose Pacheco and Bob Ayan, MIT
                    •Collaboration Between Engineering, Science,
                    Management, and Law Schools
                    - Marie Thursby, Georgia Tech

                    3:30 - 4:30 PM
                    BREAK AND SCENIC WALK ACROSS CAMPUS

                    4:30 - 5:30 PM
                    ENTREPRENEURIAL THOUGHT LEADER LECTURE
                    - Bob Sutton, Stanford University

                    7:00 - 9:00 PM
                    DINNER AT MACARTHUR PARK, PALO ALTO




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                    8:30 - 9:00 AM
           Agenda   BREAKFAST
                    9:00 - 10:00 AM
     Thursday
                    KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Geoffrey Moore, The Chasm Group
     October 28
                    10:00 - 10:30 AM
                    BREAK & POSTER SESSION : Download Slide Template
                    10:30 - 12:00 AM
                    WORKSHOPS: ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN ACTION

                    Session D:
                    •Student Entrepreneurship
                    - MODERATOR: Steve Nichols, UT, Austin

                    Session E:
                    •Multi-University Collaboration
                    - MODERATOR: Steve Currall, Rice

                    Session F :
                    •Technology Commercialization and Faculty
                    Entrepreneurship
                    - MODERATOR: Krisztina Holly, MIT

                    12:00 - 1:15 PM
                    LUNCH

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                    1:15 - 2:45 PM
           Agenda   WORKSHOPS: COLLABORATION OPPORTUNITIES
                    Session G :
     Thursday
                    •Preparing Entrepreneurs to Teach
     October 28     - MODERATOR: Randy Komisar, Stanford

                    Session H :
                    •Assessing and Evaluating Entrepreneurship Education
                    - MODERATOR: Lisa Getzler-Linn, Lehigh

                    Session I :
                    •Integrating Research into Entrepreneurship Programs
                    - MODERATOR: Kathy Eisenhardt and Riitta Katila, Stanford

                    2:45 - 3:00 PM
                    Break

                    3:00 PM - 4:00PM
                    SHORT REPORTS FROM WORKSHOPS (5 minutes each)

                    5:30 - 9:00 PM
                    DINNER AND BOCCE BALL AT CAMPO DI BOCCE IN LOS GATOS;
                    ANNOUNCE THE PRICE INNOVATIVE EDUCATORS AWARD



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           Agenda   8:30 AM - 9:00 AM
                    BREAKFAST
      Friday
    October 29
                    9:00 - 10:30 AM
                    GROUP SESSION:
                    Exploration of the Structural & Financial Models of
                    Entrepreneurship Centers
                    - Tina Seelig, Stanford

                    10:30 - 11:00 AM
                    BREAK

                    11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
                    SUMMARY AND NEXT STEPS for REE USA
                    - Tom Byers, Stanford

                    12:00 PM
                    ADJOURN

                    1:00 - 3:00 PM
                    OPTIONAL EXCURSION TO THE STANFORD LINEAR
                    ACCELERATOR



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               All session notes
                   archived @
           http://ree.stanford.edu




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                   REE USA
           In Memory of Gloria Appel
                 (1924-2001)




                Price Foundation
                 New York, NY



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