Welcome to our next Education Café

Welcome to the Education Café on May 25.


RESUMÉ FROM THE CAFÉ: esbribloggen (in Swedish)

In the Fall of 2017, ESBRI and SSES initiated a new seminar series focusing on entrepreneurship education. The seminars are open to researchers and teachers at institutions of higher education.

We are very happy to invite you to the next Education Café on Friday May 25, 10.00–11.30. Associate Professor Phillip Kim, Babson College, USA, will share his thoughts on ”Energizing your Entrepreneurship Curriculum”.

Phillip Kim will talk about common pitfalls of teaching a non-linear topic, such as entrepreneurship, in a traditional linear manner. We will then open up for a discussion about these challenges and ways to overcome them.

We want the “Education Café” to be useful for you as a participant, so please think of issues that you are facing in your entrepreneurship teaching. As a group, we will then brainstorm around these challenges – moderated by Phillip Kim.

Very welcome,
Magnus Aronsson, ESBRI, and Rasmus Rahm, SSES


May 25 - 2018
10:00 - 11:30


ESBRI and SSES offices,
Saltmätargatan 9, Stockholm (4th floor)
T-station: Rådmansgatan


To register, please send an e-mail to: ecafe@esbri.se
Seating is limited and distributed on a first come, first serve basis

About Phillip Kim

Phillip H. Kim, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at Babson College, is an internationally recognized expert on entrepreneurship. He studies, teaches, and advises on different aspects of how entrepreneurial ideas become reality. He has taught entrepreneurship courses at undergraduate, graduate, and professional levels and has significant experience teaching students with business and non-business backgrounds. Dr. Kim has taught both foundational courses and advanced electives in entrepreneurship. He has a special interest in entrepreneurship pedagogy and designs innovative curricula for his students to enable them to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams. He received an Award of Excellence by the University of Wisconsin Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization in recognition for his educational innovations.