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KEEN Talk Session 2 – EM@Work Within Faculty
Updated: 10/28/2019 8:10 AM by Becky Benishek
Description
KEEN Talks are short talks (about 10 minutes) focused on action, impact, and a personal story. For context, think TED Talks geared for KEEN and entrepreneurially minded learning.

The talks will be delivered by Gene Wright (MSOE), Prashanth Asuri (Santa Clara), and John Ochs (Lehigh). At the conclusion of the talks, Joe Tranquillo (Bucknell) will moderating a panel discussion and live Q&A with the speakers. 

Connections
  • Integrate information from many sources to gain insight
Creating Value
  • Identify unexpected opportunities to create extraordinary value
  • Persist through and learn from failure
Design
  • Determine Design Requirements
  • Develop New Technologies
Opportunity
  • Identify Opportunity
  • Evaluate Tech Feasibility, Customer Value, Societal Benefits & Economic Viability
  • Investigate Market
  • Test Concepts via Customer Engagement
  • Create Preliminary Business Model
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Engineering Management
  • Health Sciences & Medical
Folders
Description
--The mom test | Gene Wright
--Addressing the gap between industry needs & educational outcomes | Prashath Asuri
--Students can learn by launching | John Ochs
--KEEN National Conference 2019: Panel Q&A #2
Title Type Ext Date Size
Gene Wright: KEEN Talk Video 10/24/2019 -
Prashath Asuri: KEEN Talk Video 10/24/2019 -
John Ochs: KEEN Talk Video 10/28/2019 -
Panel with Joe Tranquillo Video 10/25/2019 -