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USABSE LOCAL events are structured to be short and impactful, between 2-3 hours, with an expert in the field, innovator in the community, or educator on campus delivering a trending topic that you can take back for immediate impact in your classroom. USASBE LOCAL champions help refine the format, topic, speaker, and venue. Events are customized by the LOCAL site champions who have first-hand knowledge of the region and important issues relevant to your location/campus. USASBE helps provide connections and resources to aid the LOCAL site champion execute a massively successful event.


USASBE LOCAL aims to connect cross-disciplined, research-minded educators to USASBE through a convenient, low barrier, and focused event with an opportunity to connect with regional colleagues with similar interests in teaching, scholarship, and practice.  These regional events will provide a compelling opportunity to form an immediate, identifiable group of colleagues to build connections faster and on a local and colleague level.


Pilot Event Locations:


November 2, 2017 University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

Hosted by Ted Zoller, USASBE Past President and Kris Hergert

Featuring Guest Speaker Jim Clifton, CEO from Gallup


View photos of the pilot event here!


December 2, 2017 Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York

Funding by the Associated Colleges of the St. Lawrence

Co-hosted by Clarkson University, St. Lawrence University, SUNY Canton and SUNY Potsdam

Featuring Guest Speaker and USASBE President Heidi Neck


View photos of LOCAL at Clarkson University here!


If you’re considering adding innovation or entrepreneurship topics to your established courses, USASBE LOCAL is the ideal event to attend.  You’ll find a welcome group of similar minded colleagues and educators that have found and will share ways to infuse entrepreneurship models and frameworks into their pedagogy.  And with the informal structure of LOCAL you’ll have plenty of opportunity to reconnect with colleagues and make new connections.


If you’re considering how to better market and share what you/your campus/program/center is doing within the community, USASBE LOCAL can provide a topical medium to highlight your accomplishments.  Hosting a LOCAL event involves defining a format, topic, speaker, and venue – and USASBE HQ will be able to assist you to invite current USASBE members, help with sponsorship, and other logistical matters to ensure a successful event.


To find out more information about LOCAL, please contact Bonnie Nolan


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