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Webinar - Research and an Entrepreneurial Mindset

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A webinar about an Entrepreneurial Mindset, and how it can support postgraduate students in their futures, in and outside of academia.

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In this webinar, you'll be introduced to an entrepreneurial mindset, and its benefits for early stage researchers.

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Entrepreneurial mindset – Darsel Keane, Director Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE)

About the CIE - Judith Marecek, Programme Manager CIE

My journey from PhD to start-up – Isaac Cleland, PhD

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Darsel Keane is the Director in the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) and a PhD student researching entrepreneurial mindset. She leads a team at CIE that operates the Unleash Space and designs and develops programmes to build student and staff entrepreneurial mindset and capability. This results in graduates and staff who are better prepared for the new world of work, or to start and grow their own social and commercial ventures.

Judith Marecek is the Programme Manager at the CIE. In her role Judith and the programme team designing and delivering entrepreneurship programmes and events to support the development of new business ideas and developing people who are daring greatly, while attempting to solve large scale problems.

Isaac Cleland recently completed his PhD at the University of Auckland, researching automation for complex rosters. Isaac since founded RosterLab, a start-up with the aim to support healthcare industries to create better rosters in more efficiently.

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The Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Auckland.

Founded in 1883, Auckland is the country's largest University with over 40,000 students, nearly 10,000 of whom graduate annually. 

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