First Annual Teaching and Learning Innovation in STEAM (TALIS) Keynote by Dr. Derek Lidow

First Annual Teaching and Learning Innovation in STEAM (TALIS) Keynote by Dr. Derek Lidow

Date: Friday, Jan. 18, 2019 at 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
Location: José Milton Leadership Hall McArthur Engineering Addition Room 202

About: Derek Lidow teaches entrepreneurship, leadership, and innovation
at Princeton University’s Keller Center. Before joining Princeton’s faculty in 2011, Derek was one of the few successful New York Stock Exchange CEOs who went on to found a new company from scratch– with unequivocal success. He left International Rectifier, a large global semiconductor company to found and lead iSuppli, a leading global market research firm. When iSuppli was sold in 2010 Derek was invited to teach entrepreneurship at Princeton, initially as the James Wei Visiting Professor in Entrepreneurship and thereafter permanently. Derek is the creator of two popular classes: Entrepreneurial Leadership and Creativity, Innovation, and Design. In 2013 Dr. Lidow launched Princeton’s successful design thinking program, which now includes introductory and advanced classes as well as a vibrant co-curricular program known as The Tiger Challenge. He is the author of two books: Startup Leadership, and Building on Bedrock and is a frequent contributor to publications such as Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Wall Street Journal, and Entrepreneur. Derek is also a sought after speaker and adviser on innovation and leadership. He has a BSE degree from Princeton University and he received a PhD in Applied Physics from Stanford University as a Hertz Foundation Fellow.

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Event open to all faculty and teaching assistants in the College of Engineering and the College of Arts and Sciences. For further inquires contact Renee Evans at

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