In a dynamic and interconnected world, it's important for undergraduate engineering schools to teach technical skills while fostering curiosity, connections, and creating value. But it's not always obvious how to incorporate this mindset in classroom curricula and culture.
That's where KEEN can help. KEEN is a partnership of more than 50 colleges and universities across the United States. The schools in the Network focus on one mission: To reach all of their undergraduate engineering students with an entrepreneurial mindset (EM) so they can create personal, economic, and societal value through a lifetime of meaningful work.
Using a shared language and framework, KEEN fosters collaboration among administration, faculty, and institutions to implement entrepreneurially minded learning in a variety of contexts. The Network also provides numerous tools and resources to make adoption of these ideas easy and impactful.
KEEN institutions are doing great work around the nation. Get inspired to start transforming your own classes and campuses:
KEEN seeks to represent the larger engineering education landscape, showing that the entrepreneurial mindset benefits students regardless of institution type, size, or location. The Network continues to set its goals, direction, and priorities through the KEEN Leadership Council.