Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Courses

During the 2013-2016 term of the Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship project, ISS’ Faculty Fellows taught over 35 different courses that were topically or methodologically related to the project. Of note is a seminar on the themes of the project led by Diane Burton during Fall 2014 that featured Cornell and visiting faculty speakers: Interdisciplinary Doctoral Research Seminar/Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Seminar (ILRID 9400).

Courses Taught by ISS Faculty Fellows (2013-2016)

Basic Social Problems I (on Theorizing and Social Theory) (SOC 5010): Richard Swedberg – Fall 2015

Business Management and Organization (AEM 2220): Aija Leiponen – Fall 2015

Business Organizations (LAW 6131): Charles Whitehead – Fall 2013

Classical Theory (SOC 3750): Richard Swedberg – Spring 2015, Fall 2015

Commercializing University Technology (NBA 6520): Wesley Sine – Fall 2013, Fall 2014

Competing with Social Networks (NBA 5970): Olga Khessina– Spring 2014, Fall 2015

Contemporary Sociological Theory (SOC 3190): David Strang – Fall 2014

Controversies in Science, Technology and Medicine: What They Are and How to Study Them (STS 4041): Trevor Pinch – Spring 2016

Deals: The Economic Structure of Transactions and Contracting (LAW 6292): Charles Whitehead – Fall 2013

Digital Business Strategy (AEM 3220): Aija Leiponen – Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2015

Entrepreneurial Strategy for Technology Ventures (AEM 4380): Michael Roach – Spring 2015, Spring 2016

Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurial Organizations (ILRHR 6611): Diane Burton – Spring 2014, Spring 2015

Event History Analysis (SOC 6660): David Strang – Spring 2015

Executing Successful Corporate Strategy (NBA 5290): Olga Khessina – Spring 2014

Family Business (NBA 5820): Wesley Sine – Fall 2014

Global Innovation and Technology Commercialization (NBA 6180): Wesley Sine – Spring 2015, Spring 2016

Goals, Needs, and Desires (PSYCH 4840): Melissa Ferguson – Spring 2014, Spring 2015, Spring 2016

Inside Technology (STS 6321): Trevor Pinch – Spring 2014, Fall 2015

Interdisciplinary Doctoral Research Seminar/Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Seminar (ILRID 9400): Diane Burton – Fall 2014

Introduction to Economic Sociology (SOC 2190): Richard Swedberg – Spring 2014

Introduction to Organizational Behavior (ILROB 1220): Olga Khessina – Spring 2015, Spring 2016

Introduction to Transactional Lawyering (LAW 6572): Charles Whitehead – Spring 2016

Managing for Creativity (ILROB 4260): Jack Goncalo – Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2015

Managing and Leading in Organizations (NCC 5540) – Olga Khessina – Spring 2014, Fall 2014

Agile Innovation and Financial Technology (NBA 6029): Wesley Sine – Fall 2015, Fall 2016

Agile Innovation and Data Science (NBA 6029): Wesley Sine – Spring 2015

Organizational Research (SOC 5400): David Strang – Spring 2014

Research on Innovation Special Topics in AEM (AEM 6940): Aija Leiponen – Fall 2013

Research Methods in HR/SHRM (ILRHR 9630): Diane Burton – Spring 2016

Securities Regulation (LAW 6821): Charles Whitehead – Spring 2014, Spring 2015, Spring 2016

Social Cognition (PSYCH 3800): Melissa Ferguson – Fall 2015

Social Influence and Persuasion (ILROB 2240): Jack Goncalo – Fall 2013, Fall 2014, Fall 2015

Sociology of Diffusion (SOC 6420): David Strang – Fall 2014

Strategy and Innovation (AEM 4370): Aija Leiponen – Fall 2013

Technology Strategy (AEM 4390): Michael Roach – Spring 2015, Spring 2016

What Is Science? An Introduction to the Social Studies of Science and Technology (SOC 2100/STS 2011): Trevor Pinch – Fall 2014