The Enterprise Education Group for Impact and Research (EEGIR) was launched last September at a 2-day event at Weetwood Hall. EEGIR has been created as a sister-group to LEEN, focussed on research into enterprise education across the University of Leeds.
The first EEGIR official research seminar will take place next month as outlined below, this should be of interest building on Sir Tim Wilson’s policy talk at the M&S Archive in January. If you should be interested in attending and/or being added to the EEGIR event mailing list, please contact email@example.com by Wednesday 13th February.
‘How legitimacy is constructed for the strategic practice of corporate entrepreneurship – a ‘strategy as practice’ perspective on the Entrepreneurial University’
Jeannie Holstein (Nottingham University Business School)
Wednesday 13th March 2013, 3.30-5pm, SR (1.04) Business School Maurice Keyworth.
Jeannie is a final-year PhD student at Nottingham and has conducted in-depth case studies of Russell Group universities (not Leeds!) looking at how enterprise and innovation policy agendas developed amongst senior university staff. LEC have organised this in conduction with the Centre for Technology, Innovation and Enterprise at LUBS, as a joint event with EEGIR.