The Advisory Board advises the Accreditation Council and the Accreditation Office on the central elements of ACEEU’s activities and the accreditation of entrepreneurial or engaged universities in general.
Mario Cervantes, France Senior Economist, Science and Technology Policy Division, OECD
Mario Cervantes, France
Senior Economist, Science and Technology Policy Division, OECD
Former Economist at Columbia University’s Centre for Tele-Information (C.I.T.I)
Frequently publishes on university-industry interaction, HR in science and technology, patenting, licensing, incubators and open innovation
Dr. Marina Ranga, Belgium CEO and founder of Triple Helix Research Group Inc.
Dr. Marina Ranga, Belgium
CEO and founder of Triple Helix Research Group Inc.
Chair of the EC Advisory Group on H2020 “Spreading Excellence and Widening Participation”
Member of the UN-ECE Team of Experts on Innovation and Competitiveness Policy
Member of the Gender Advisory Board of the UN Commission on Science S&T for Development
Former Senior Researcher at the H-STAR Institute, Stanford University
Former Assistant Professor in Innovation Management at Newcastle University Business School, UK and Groningen University, the Netherlands
Professor Scott Shane, United States A Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurship at Case Western Reserve University
Professor Scott Shane, United States
A Malachi Mixon III Professor of Entrepreneurship at Case Western Reserve University
Author of the bestseller "Illusions of Entrepreneurship"
2009 winner of the Global Award for Entrepreneurship Research
Columnist at Smallbiztrends.com
Active angel investor and limited partner in micro venture capital and accelerator funds
The Advisory Board advises the Accreditation Council and the Accreditation Office. Advise might include but is not limited to:
Adjustments of ACEEU’s standards, guidelines and procedures
Changes in national or international accreditation
Opportunities for ACEEU’s development
Future challenges ACEEU has to face
Potential candidates for ACEEU’s Accreditation Council
The Advisory Board is composed of a chair and a minimum of 6 and a maximum of 12 members. Members of the advisory board can include a variety of stakeholders, including representatives form higher education institutions, intermediaries (such as technology transfer officers or managers of incubators), businesses, governmental organisations or further organisations supporting innovation, entrepreneurship and engagement (e.g. regional development offices or association active in the field). The chair and members of the Advisory Board are appointed by the Accreditation Council.
For more information on the function and structure of the Accreditation Council, please refer to the ACEEU’s Applicants Guidebook.