Adam Bock, lecturer in the Management and Human Resources department teaching entrepreneurship classes, recently won the 3E-Learning Competition at the Annual US Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Conference.
The 3E-Learning Project, short for Entrepreneurial Experiential Education, “strives to establish more and better use of entrepreneurial experiential learning exercises and games used as teaching tools to assist educators in teaching entrepreneurship, small business, and new venture development. Each year, the Annual U.S. Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) Conference hosts the 3E-Learning Competition and invites 10 finalists to present their ideas at the conference.”
Adam won 1st place at this year’s 3E-Learning Competition for his experiential learning exercise, “Innovation Marketplace.” Adam’s exercise teaches students about the human and social nature of entrepreneurial action by demonstrating how and why the best innovations are not guaranteed market entry or success.
Join us in congratulating Adam on his achievement!
Learn more about the 3E-Learning Project here.
Learn more about the US Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) here.