The American Councils for International Education is seeking potential partners among ie-scholars to support its new program aimed at developing capacity of entrepreneurship education for engineers at Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia. The program will focus on Case Studies for entrepreneurial thinking.

Other opportunities for collaboration and funding include:

  • Involving expert faculty to participate in an introductory session with a select group of Bauman faculty to assess their current relevant curricular offerings and introduce U.S. entrepreneurship education concepts (especially as it connects to engineers). The session will focus particularly on bringing the Case Study Method as a co-curricular tool for a traditional engineering school.
  • Developing and delivering in-depth Train the Trainer seminar at a U.S. university. Selected Bauman faculty will observe instruction and discuss teaching methods and the development of curricular frameworks, course syllabi, and sample lesson plans.

The Case Studies method will be piloted at Bauman and American Councils will observe and assess its implementation. Funding is available.

If interested, please contact Mr. Adrian Erlinger, Program Manager, Innovation and Capacity Building, American Councils for International Education, at aerlinger@americancouncils.org