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Entrepreneurial University of the Year Award

Institutional-level

The Award recognises an institution that has designed and delivered an exceptional approach to embed entrepreneurship throughout the university. The institution has developed its own unique understanding of what it means to the institution to be entrepreneurial, aligned with the environment the institution operatives in. Entrepreneurship is at the heart of the institution not only nurtured among staff and students, but the institution itself also acts entrepreneurially and positively impacts a wide range of stakeholders.

Shortlisted entries:

The University of Auckland

New Zealand

The University of Adelaide

Australia

University of Technology Sydney

Australia

Management & Science University

Malaysia

Tel Aviv University

Israel

 

 

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Engaged University of the Year Award

Institutional-level

The Award recognises an institution that has designed and implemented its own engagement approach to create greater value for the community. Deeply engaged with a variety of stakeholders, the institution can demonstrate a university-wide approach of community engagement and exceptional social impacts created through the approach taken.

Shortlisted entries:

Assam Don Bosco University

India

Australian Catholic University

Australia

Fuzhou Melbourne Polytechnic

China

Swinburne University of Technology

Australia

University of the Sunshine Coast

Australia

 

 

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Green University of the Year Award

Institutional-level

The Award recognises a university that is highly committed to the protection of the environment. The commitment is evident in the institution’s resource planning and usage. Being a central element of the institution’s values, environmental protection is part of the institution’s culture and promoted among staff and students.

Shortlisted entries:

Chiba University of Commerce

Japan

La Trobe University

Australia

Ozyegin University

Turkey

Dr. Rajendra Prasad Central Agricultural University

India

IIT Guwahati

India

 

 

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Entrepreneurial Leader of the Year Award

Individual-level

The Award recognises an individual who has demonstrated an outstanding leadership performance in the development of an institution’s or (academic or support) unit‘s entrepreneurial profile. Entries are encouraged at all leadership levels, including but not limited to university, faculty, school, department, research unit, and support unit level.

Shortlisted entries:

Murray Hurps

University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Hasmukh Lal

Pacific Technical and Further Education (Pacific TAFE), The University of the South Pacific, Fiji

Nik Maheran Binti Nik Muhammad

UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA KELANTAN, Malaysia

Wendy Kerr

The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Angelito Calma

University of Melbourne, Australia

 

 

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Lifetime Achievement in Entrepreneurship Award

Individual-level

The Award recognises an outstanding individual who has dedicated his or her life towards the promotion of entrepreneurship in higher education.

Shortlisted entries:

Mohd Shukri Ab Yajid

Management & Science University, Malaysia

Noel John Lindsay

University of Adelaide, Australia

Calum John Drummond

RMIT University, Australia

Edi Noersasongko

Universitas Dian Nuswantoro, Indonesia

Balvinder Shukla

Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India

 

 

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Entrepreneurship Educator of the Year Award

Individual-level

The Award recognises an individual who has demonstrated an outstanding performance in the design and delivery of an entrepreneurship course. Passionate about entrepreneurship, the awardee inspires students to pursue an entrepreneurial career and shape the future through the creation of innovative solutions. Entries from faculty of all levels (e.g. professor, lecturer) are welcomed.

Shortlisted entries:

Prakash Koirala

Medhavi College, Nepal

Trina Myers

James Cook University, Australia

Ruari Baroona Elkington

Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Martin J. Bliemel

University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Muhammad Ashlyzan Bin Razik

UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA KELANTAN, Malaysia

 

 

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Engagement Leader of the Year Award

Individual-level

The Award recognises an individual who has demonstrated an outstanding leadership performance in the development of an institution’s or (academic or support) unit‘s engagement profile, with a focus on social and cultural impacts. Entries are encouraged at all leadership levels, including but not limited to university, faculty, school, department, research unit, and support unit level.

Shortlisted entries:

Ehud Keinan

Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

Maria Parappilly

Flinders University, Australia

Lesley Hughes

Macquarie University, Australia

Norby Roque-Salonga

De La Salle University Manila & University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines

Stephen Mavely

Assam Don Bosco University, India

 

 

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Innovation and Collaboration Space of the Year Award

Various levels

The Award recognises a space that has made a significant contribution to a higher education institution in terms of innovation and collaboration. Spaces may include but are not limited to design thinking labs, maker spaces, co-creation spaces, incubators, accelerators, science and technology parks, and innovative designs of work spaces. We are looking forward to be surprised and amazed by the spaces you submit.

Shortlisted entries:

Ozyegin University

Turkey

Swinburne University of Technology

Australia

The University of Western Australia

Australia

Caspian State University of Technology and Engineering after named S. Yessenov

Kazakhstan

The University of Auckland

New Zealand

 

 

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Innovation Challenge of the Year Award

Project-level

The Award recognises an Innovation Challenge that has shown an outstanding performance in motivating and empowering students or other university stakeholders (such as companies) to challenge the status quo and deliver innovative solutions to a particular problem.

Shortlisted entries:

Swinburne University

Australia

Tianjin University

China

Deakin University

Australia

Chitkara University,Punjab.

India

University of Adelaide

Australia

 

 

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Innovation and Entrepreneurship Support of the Year Award

Various levels

The Award recognises support that has shown an outstanding performance in facilitating innovation and entrepreneurship activity and outcomes. Entries might be submitted on different levels, such as a unit (e.g. an entrepreneurship centre), an initiative (e.g. an innovation acceleration week) or a particular support offer (e.g. an innovative way to identify academic research that has the potential to be commercialised). The entries shall not be focused on individuals, but on the actual support offering that has been designed and delivered.

Shortlisted entries:

University of Adelaide, MIE Lab and Sony

Australia

UNSW Founders

Australia

Institute for Technology and Innovation Management, Mahidol University

Thailand

Chitkara University,Punjab.

India

Society for Innovation & Entrepreneurship, IIT Bombay

India

 

 

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Community Engagement Initiative of the Year Award

Project-level

The Award recognises an initiative that significantly differs from standard practice and created exceptional results for the wider community, with a focus on societal impacts. The initiative stands out from the crowd as it either addresses a difficult problem that was not satisfactorily resolved before, or it has been scaled and makes a far-reaching impact.

Shortlisted entries:

University of Nicosia

Cyprus

Faculty of Science, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

Charles Sturt University

Australia

Ozyegin University

Turkey

Southern Cross University

Australia

 

 

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Student-driven Sustainability Project of the Year Award

Project-level

The Award recognises an outstanding sustainability project that has been led by a faculty member and implemented by students. The project highlights how the power of science and student dedication can lead to positive impacts, optimally addressing two or even all three dimensions of the sustainability triangle (social, economic, environmental). Entries need to be submitted by the faculty member that led the project.

Shortlisted entries:

UNIVERSITI MALAYSIA KELANTAN

Malaysia

JSS ACADEMY OF HIGHER EDUCATION & RESEARCH

India

NATIONAL ILAN UNIVERSITY

Taiwan

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, BHUBANESWAR

India

Management & Science University

Malaysia

 

 

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