NNCE’s Launch Dal program emerged as a result of a SSHRC research study completed by the Centre entitled, “Embracing a Culture of Usefulness: Understanding The Role of Entrepreneurship in Building Effective Networks to Advance Innovation”. The knowledge gained from this research was used to develop new and innovative courses and extra-curricular programming were developed and supported by the NNCE as part of the knowledge mobilization plan to assist individuals in achieving greater entrepreneurial success.
Norman Newman Centre for Entrepreneurship’s (NNCE’s) research activities include:
- collaborative research projects with world-renown entrepreneurship researchers;
- connection to a global network of researchers in entrepreneurship through the Canadian Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (CCSBE) network housed at the NNCE;
- hosting visiting scholars in the field of entrepreneurship;
- hosting entrepreneurship research publication symposiums in collaboration with the Journal for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (JSBE) – Canada’s leading journal in entrepreneurship research;
- applied research measuring the impact of experiential entrepreneurship training;
- hosting the Canadian Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship conference with over 90 paper and workshop submissions in both official languages
- research grant awards
- conference presentations
NNCE staff and faculty from across the campus have conducted Training for researchers and early stage academics in commercialization tools and techniques.