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Presentations at Peer Reviewed Conferences / Research Colloquia

 
  • Kenny, B., McGuirk, H., & H.V. Mukesh. (2022). New wine in an old bottle: the discordance between new pedagogy and old assessment practice in entrepreneurship education, presentation at 3E 2022, Dijon, France, May 11-13th. WINNER - Best Paper Award.
  • Murray, T. (2022). How can early childhood educators foster an entrepreneurial mindset amongst pre-school children?, online presentation at the MTU Faculty of Business and Humanities Research Day, February 18th.
  • Buttimer, G. (2022). Business perceptions of engagement with MTU School of Business, online presentation at the MTU Faculty of Business and Humanities Research Day, February 18th.
  • Stoker, S., Stroilia, I., Rossano-Rivera, S., Davis, S., & Wakkee, I. (2021). Towards an Understanding of Inclusive Ecosystems, online presentation at RENT XXXV, Turku, Finland. November 19th.
  • Conway, A. (2021). Awareness and potential of the Silver Economy for enterprises in 8 EU regions, presented at the Age Friendly University Global Conference. November 2nd.
  • O'Leary, N. (2021). The application of innovative evidence based pedagogies in the Erasmus+ funded program New Skills 4 New Artists, online presentation to CPEER, October 19th.
  • Murray, T. & Murphy, L. (2021). Inspiring social entrepreneurship, online presentation to CPEER, October 19th.
  • McGuirk, H., Conway-Lenihan, A., and Lenihan, N. (2020). Firms’ Awareness and Opportunities of an Ageing Population, online presentation at RENT XXXIV, 20th November.
  • Lavelle, C., (2020). Perceptions, Role Models, Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy and Career Intentions: Educating the 21st Century Entrepreneur, online presentation to CPEER, 23rd October.
  • Murphy, L. and McGuirk, H. (2019). Social entrepreneurship: a nice-to-have or a must-have?, presented at RENT XXXIII, Berlin, Germany, 27th-29th November.
  • Davis, S., KennySheehan, B., and ConwayLenihan, A. (2019). Exploring existing entrepreneurial relationships with healthy ageing in older persons, presented at RENT XXXIII, Berlin, Germany, 27th-29th November.
  • Murphy, L., and McGuirk, H. (2019). Social Entrepreneurial Intention - Are we Behind the Curve?, presented at 3E Conference, Gothenburg, 8-10th May.
  • Murphy, L., and McGuirk, H. (2019).  Is Social Entrepreneurship Education a "nice-to-have" or a "must-have" with respect to developing entrepreneurial intention for socially minded students in HEI's?, presented at Enactus Ireland Faculty Advisor Forum, Dublin,13th March.
  • Huskinsson, S., and McGuirk, H, (2018). Innovative Learning: Theoretical Analysis of the Effect of Assessment on Students' Understanding of Micro-Economics in a Large Class Context, presented at the All Ireland Conference on Learning, Teaching and Assessment in Further and Higher Education, Dublin, 30 October.
  • Davis, S., Kenny, B., Conway, A., and Lennon, O. (2018). For Retirement Age and Beyond: Co-Design of Entrepreneurisl Skills Training, paper presented in 3E Conference - ECSB Entrepreneurship Education Conference in Enschede, the Netherlands, 16 - 18 May.
  • Conway, A., and McGuirk, H. (2017). The Economic Impact of the marine Leisure Industry: A Regional Study, paper presented at the Regional Studies Winter International Conference in Cork in London, 14 - 15 November.
  • Kenny, B., and Dooley, L. (2017). The Role of the Business Incubator in Starting and Growing International New Ventures, Paper presented at McGill Conference on International Entrepreneurship NUIG, Galway, Aug 30th-Sept 1st.
  • Kenny, B., and Moylan, T. (2017). Innovative Entrepreneurship Assessment, workshop paper presented at the 3e ECSB Entrepreneurship Education Conference, Cork Institute of Technology, Cork,  May 10 – 12.
  • Kenny, B., and Lavelle, C. (2017). How do Students Construct Gender Based Role Models in an Entrepreneurship Education Setting,  paper presented at the 3e ECSB Entrepreneurship Education Conference, Cork Institute of Technology, Cork, May 10 – 12.
  • Sedlan König, L., Robinson, R., Kenny, B., and Conway, A. (2017). What Employers Want?: A Cross Country Study of Graduate Employability Skills in Croatia and Ireland, paper presented at the 3e ECSB Entrepreneurship Education Conference, Cork Institute of Technology, Cork, May 10 – 12.
  • Davis, S., and Kenny, B. (2016). The Female Survivor of Domestic Abuse: Entrepreneurial Individual or Entrepreneur, Female Entrepreneurship Research Colloquium, DIT Dec 2nd, Dublin, Ireland
  • Lavelle, C., and Kenny, B. (2016). Exploring the Influence of Role models in Entrepreneurship Education, Female Entrepreneurship Research Colloquium, DIT Dec 2nd, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Lavelle, C. and Kenny, B. (2016), Exploring the Influence of  Gender and Role models in Entrepreneurship Education, Doctoral Colloquium, RENT XXX, Nov 16 – 18, Antwerp, Belgium.
  • Davis, S., Kenny, B., Casey, C., and Harrington, T. (2016). Meeting in the Middle: A collaborative and multidisciplinary approach to developing an empowerment programme for women survivors of gender-based violence. Paper presented at CERC – Collaborative European Research Conference, Blackrock Castle, Cork, Sept 23rd.
  • Lavelle, C., and Kenny, B. (2016). The Female Role Model in Entrepreneurship Education: The Student Perspective, Paper presented at CERC – Collaborative European Research Conference, Blackrock Castle, Cork, Sept 23rd.
  • Lavelle, C., and Kenny B. (2016). The Influence of the Female Role Model in Entrepreneurship Education: Insights from Second Level Students, Paper presented at The Irish Academy of Management doctoral colloquium, Dublin (Ireland), August 31st.
  • Lavelle, C., and Kenny, B. (2016). The Influence of the Female Role Model in Entrepreneurship Education: A Research Agenda, Paper presented at Faculty of Business and Humanities Research Seminar, Cork Institute of Technology, May 9th.
  • Rossiter, I. (2016). Supporting the Entrepreneurship Educator in a Digitally Enhanced Learning Environment, paper presented at 3E conference (ECSB Entrepreneurship Education conference), Leeds, United Kingdom, May 9 – 11th.
  • Lavelle, C., and Kenny, B. (2015). Gender, Role Models and Entrepreneurship Education. Paper presented at the Irish Academy of Management doctoral colloquium, Galway (Ireland), September 2nd 2015.
  • Kenny, B., and O’Donovan, G. (2015). Entrepreneurship education in a multi-cultural multidisciplinary setting: can social media help?, 3E conference (ECSB Entrepreneurship Education conference), Leuneburg, Germany, April 23- 24th.
  • Rossiter, I. (2015). Is PR important? Assessing the importance of public relations for early stage start-up businesses. Paper presented at the Irish Academy of Management (IAM) 2015 conference, Galway (Ireland), 3-4 September  2015.
  • Kenny, B., and Rossiter. I. (2014). Determinants of firm growth for incubator supported SMEs, RENT XXVIII Entrepreneurial endeavours: a profusion of research, policy and practitioner practices”, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg, Nov 19-21st.
  • O’Donovan, G., and Kenny, B. (2014). Exploring the role of Facebook as a collaborative tool for entrepreneurship education in a multi-cultural context, Irish Academy of Management Conference, University of Limerick, Ireland,  Sept 3-5th.
  • Kenny, B., and Dooley, L. (2014). Research Collaboration and Commercialization Among PhD Students: The Role Of Entrepreneurial Capability and University Supports, 59th Annual Conference ICSB World conference on Entrepreneurship June 11- 14th, Dublin, Ireland.
  • O’Donovan, G., and Kenny, B. (2014). The Impact of a Multi-Disciplinary, Multi-cultural Enterprise Programme on Entrepreneurial Self Efficacy of Lecturers and Students, 59th Annual Conference ICSB World conference on Entrepreneurship, Dublin, Ireland.,  June 11- 14th.
  • Kenny, B., and Lavelle, C. (2014). Female Entrepreneurship Programmes: A change agent or a stepping stone?  3E conference (ECSB Entrepreneurship Education conference), Turku (Finland), April 10 – 11th. 
  • Kenny, B., and Dooley, L. (2014). Supporting Entrepreneurship and Commercialization of Research among the PhD Community, 3E conference (ECSB Entrepreneurship Education conference), Turku (Finland), April 10 – 11th. Shortlisted for overall Best Paper Award.
  • Kenny, B., Dooley, L., and Barrett, G. (2013). Stimulating Innovation While Dealing With Constraints: The Case of Ireland against the Backdrop of the Global Financial Crisis, RENT XXVII Entrepreneurship, Institutions and Competitiveness, ISM University of Management and Economics, Vilnius, Lithuania, November 20-22.
  • Visser, V., Bleimann, U., and Kenny, B. (2013). The role of Technological Innovation in Strategic Human Resource Management, paper presented at the Collaborative European Research Conference (CERC): Celebrating Excellence in Research, Cork, Oct 16-18.
  • Dooley, L., Kenny, B., Barrett, G., and Lupton, G. (2013). Organisational Innovation Practice: Assessing the impact of the global financial crisis, paper presented at the R & D Management conference: Skills for future Innovation – Implications for R and D Management, Manchester, United Kingdom, June 26-28th.
  • Kenny, B. (2013). Educating Sports Entrepreneurs: What Professional Athletes and Entrepreneurship Educators can learn from each other?, paper presented at the 3E conference (ECSB Entrepreneurship Education conference), Aarhus (Denmark),  May 29-31st.
  • Kenny, B., and Dooley, L. (2013). International Collaboration on Innovation: A Research Agenda, paper presented at The Academy of International Business (UK and Ireland Chapter) 40th Annual Conference, Aston Business School, March 21-23rd.
  • Kenny, B., and Dooley, L. (2012). Entrepreneurial Networks and Commercialization of Research within the PhD Community, paper presented at the ISBE Conference, DCU, Dublin, Ireland, Nov 6-8th.
  • Kenny, B. (2012). Internationalisation of High Technology Services: The Case of Surecom, at the Irish Innovation Showcase, Dell Campus, Limerick, Oct 4th.
  • Dooley, L., Reedy, E., and Kenny, B. (2012). Collaborative Innovation in Ireland: Have we embraced the fifth generation model?, paper presented at the InterTrade Ireland All-Island Innovation  Annual Conference:  Exploiting Industry and University Research, Development and Innovation: Why it Matters,NUI Galway, June 12/13th.
  • Dooley, L., Reedy, E., and Kenny, B. (2012). The Innovation Process: Is Collaboration Happening?, paper presented at the R & D Management conference: Creating & Capturing Value through R&D Management and Innovation, Grenoble, France, May 23-25th.
  • Dooley, L., and Kenny, B. (2012).  Entrepreneurial capability within the doctoral research community: Building the future Entrepreneurial University, paper presented at the R & D Management conference: Creating & Capturing Value through R&D Management and Innovation, Grenoble, France, May 23-25th.

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