Kauffman Project Teams Steering Committee Instruction Team Incubator

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Kauffman Project Teams • • Steering Committee Instruction Team Incubator Team Finance Team

Kauffman Project Teams • • Steering Committee Instruction Team Incubator Team Finance Team

Steering Committee • Establishes “game plan” for proposal development • Coordination and Oversight of

Steering Committee • Establishes “game plan” for proposal development • Coordination and Oversight of other committees • Responsible for disseminating information to other committees and stakeholders including President Caldera • Responsible for background and general information of proposal (5 pages) • Responsible for Hosting 10/10/03 Visit by Kauffman Foundation

Instruction Team • Develops course/workshop syllabi • Coordinates curriculum with Center for Entrepreneurial Studies

Instruction Team • Develops course/workshop syllabi • Coordinates curriculum with Center for Entrepreneurial Studies • Develops web-based exemplary course • Establishes project plan for initiating curriculum, including expense plan • Benchmarks coursework from other schools – Stanford, Iowa State, Syracuse, etc. • Responsible for Coursework section of proposal (6 pages)

Incubator Team • Develops UNM Incubator business plan • Coordinates Seed Funding Plan for

Incubator Team • Develops UNM Incubator business plan • Coordinates Seed Funding Plan for Incubator investments • Establishes linkages to OVPR, STC, HSC and SOE and other schools with IP generators • Responsible for Incubator/Services section of proposal (6 pages)

Finance Team • Develops strategic plan for $15 M funding • Identifies and contacts

Finance Team • Develops strategic plan for $15 M funding • Identifies and contacts government agencies and private foundations for possible contribution commitments • Coordinates visits with potential partners by UNM Provost, President, or other cabinet officers in making appeal for contribution. • Responsible for Fund Raising section of proposal (3 pages)

Project Schedule • • • 26 August - Kickoff Meeting - MTTC 10 September

Project Schedule • • • 26 August - Kickoff Meeting - MTTC 10 September - Reports to Steering Comm 24 September - Reports to Steering Comm (Meeting) (11 AM Roberts Room) 8 October - Reports to Steering Comm 10 October - Visit by Kauffman Foundation 22 October - Reports to Steering Comm (9 AM Room 226 Scholes Hall Meeting & First Draft of Proposal Due) 5 November - Reports to Steering Committee 12 November - SC Meeting 2 PM Roberts Room & Final Draft of Proposal Due) 19 November - SC Meeting 9 AM Roberts Room & Final Changes to Proposal Signoff 21 November - Proposal Submitted to Kauffman Foundation 26 November - SC Meeting 11 AM Roberts Room & First Draft of Presentation Due 3 December - SC Meeting 9 AM Room 226 & Rehearsal of Presentation Due

Kauffman Foundation Grant Guidelines • • · How will you make entrepreneurship a common

Kauffman Foundation Grant Guidelines • • · How will you make entrepreneurship a common and accessible experience for all students; including your vision for creating “leaps” in how entrepreneurship is currently offered at your institution, over and above what your current program offers. Please include your implementation strategy over a 3 -5 year time frame. · How will faculty be engaged, across campus, to assure a comprehensive and well-orchestrated initiative; including possible incentives for faculty involvement. · How will you measure your success; including program outcomes and individuals responsible for program assessment as well as possible ways of sharing your experience with others in the field. · What is your sustainable financial plan; including financial support, leverage of Kauffman support and opportunities to secure “new” sources for funding. Please include a three to five year (proposed) budget.

Kauffman Grant Project Objectives - Instruction • • Campus wide – Every student can

Kauffman Grant Project Objectives - Instruction • • Campus wide – Every student can participate Create “entrepreneurial” culture on campus Visionary and Innovative Program Measure Relevance and Effectiveness of Program • Engage Faculty and Administration • Sustainability

Instruction Team Topics • Courses for Credit – Main Campus – Branch & CC’s

Instruction Team Topics • Courses for Credit – Main Campus – Branch & CC’s (web-based? ) • Seminars, Workshops, Talks • Games, Contests & Engagement • Internships, Mentor Programs

Market Segments for Training • • Health Sciences Technology Art, Music & other Fine

Market Segments for Training • • Health Sciences Technology Art, Music & other Fine Arts Professional Services – Law, Architecture, etc • Family Businesses

NM Industry • • National Labs Government Services Construction Oil and Gas Ranching Tourism

NM Industry • • National Labs Government Services Construction Oil and Gas Ranching Tourism Arts and Crafts

Approaches to Coursework • Separate Courses and Programs in Entrepreneurship • Integrate Entrepreneurship material

Approaches to Coursework • Separate Courses and Programs in Entrepreneurship • Integrate Entrepreneurship material into Existing Courses • Require a course in entrepreneurship for Freshmen (MGT 113 – like course) • Offer an entrepreneurship course as option in UNM Core Curriculum • Offer an “entrepreneurship” track in every college or school

Constraints • Time – Proposal due November 21 • Budget – Every suggested course/training

Constraints • Time – Proposal due November 21 • Budget – Every suggested course/training item needs to be budgeted • Instruction – Who can be the instructor? • Administration – Where is the training item supervised and administered?