You are cordially invited to participate in the
2008 SEEC Europe Workshop
2008 SEEC Europe
A workshop for university social entrepreneurship activities
July 8 – 10, 2008
University of Aarhus
University of Aarhus
Aarhus School of Business
NC State University
Entrepreneurship Education Initiative
bases Social e-Challenge
SEEC Workshops are for individuals leading and participating
in university social entrepreneurship activities, competitions,
curriculum and academic research.
The objective of the workshops are to share best practices,
exchange ideas, form collaborations and to develop better
Attendance will be limited to a maximum of 75 participants.
Please register early to secure a place in the workshop.
To register click here.
Further details and information can be found at
http://seecglobal.org/ or contact Lori Palin
Poul Rind Christensen, Gary Palin and Rebeca Hwang
2008 SEEC Europe Co-Chairs
About University of Aarhus
Aarhus School of Business:
Aarhus School of Business, University of Aarhus is a university
which contributes added value to society through research,
education and dialogue on the creation and development of
companies and organizations.
About NC State University
Entrepreneurship Education Initiative:
The goal of the EEI faculty and staff is to assist students
in their development of becoming entrepreneurial thinkers who
can bring value to their living and working environments through
their own personal growth and development and the knowledge
About Stanford University
bases Social e-Challenge:
In furthering its vision of creating the next generation
of entrepreneurs, bases Social e-Challenge competition
promotes the creation and implementation of entrepreneurial
solutions for the most pressing problems in the world by
providing training and funding to innovative student leaders.
The IDEAS Competition provides an opportunity for members
of the MIT community to develop their creative ideas for projects
that make a positive impact in the world. Participants work in teams
to develop designs, plans, strategies, materials and mechanisms
that benefit communities, locally, nationally or internationally.