Wednesday 6th March saw 40 University of Leeds students volunteer with local community projects: The Growing Zone, Holbeck in Bloom, and Wyke Beck Valley Project, planting trees, painting walls and fences, potting plants, and collecting rubbish as part of the Leeds Enterprise Centre’s CSR in Action project.
On Thursday 10th January, Leeds Enterprise Centre played host to Sir Tim Wilson, author of the recent Review of Business-University Collaboration, and Prof. Andy Penaluna, who was instrumental in developing the new QAA guidelines for Enterprise Education in HE.
We are pleased to announce that Dr Sarah Underwood, Director of Learning and Teaching for the Leeds Enterprise Centre and a Lecturer in Enterprise here at Leeds University Business School, has been awarded a Full University Student Education Fellowship.
Do you have a business idea? Have you already started your business and now want to take it to the next level? Applications are now open for the Leeds University Business Plan Competition 2013.
Well done to Nick Howard, Founder of Limehouse Films, and Enterprise Ambassador at the Leeds Enterprise Centre, who won Young Entrepreneur of the year Award at last week’s Yorkshire Post Awards.
Leeds University Business School is part of a successful ESRC bid investigating how high growth entrepreneurs grow their business by looking at entrepreneurial cognition (gazelle thinking).
Students from the University of Leeds volunteered their time in March 2012 to work in local community projects. This was part of the Leeds Enterprise Centre’s CSR in Action project, sponsored by Santander.
We are very happy to welcome Dr Matt MacDonald, Teaching Fellow in Enterprise, to Leeds Enterprise Centre. Dr Matt MacDonald, BEd (Hons), MA, PhD (Lancaster) is an experienced enterprise academic, social entrepreneur and manager.