Prof. James Theroux 

James Theroux 
 

Flavin Family Chair in Entrepreneurship

Director, Center for Entrepreneurship


Telephone: 413-545-5677

Email: theroux@isenberg.umass.edu

Office: Isenberg 307B

Personal web site: people.umass.edu/theroux

 

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Education:

Ed.D., University of Massachusetts

M.B.A., Harvard University

B.A., University of Wisconsin 

Research/Teaching Interests:

Entrepreneurship


Publications/Presentations: 

Theroux, J The Real-Time Case Method: Analysis of the Second Implementation. Journal of Education for Business. Vol. 84:6, July/August 2009.

 

Theroux, J. What It Takes to Innovate:  The Experience of Producing an Online, Real-time Case Study.  Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, Vol. 8:4. 2008.

 

Theroux, J  The Real-Time Case Method: Analysis of the Second Implementation. Journal of Education for Business. In press.

 

A New Way to Engage Students, in J. Bourne and J. C. Moore (eds.), Elements of Quality Online Education: Engaging Communities, Volume 6 in the Sloan-C Series. Needham, MA: Sloan-C, 2005.

 

Innovations in the Case Method.  Price-Babson Symposium for Entrepreneurship Educators.  June, 2005

 

Theroux, J; Kilbane, C. The Real-Time Case Method: A New Approach to an Old Tradition, Journal of Education for Business Vol. 79:3, January/February 2004

 

Kilbane, C.; Theroux, J.; Sulej, J. The Real-Time Case Method: Description and Analysis of the First Implementation.  Innovative Higher Education Vol. 29:2, Winter, 2004.

 

Theroux, J.; Kilbane, C.; Carpenter, C. Experimental Online Case Study Aims for a Breakthrough in Student Engagement and Learning.  Journal of the Asynchronous Learning Networks Vol. 8:3.  2004

 

A Method for Engaging Students.  Sloan-C Conference.  Sept. 2004

 

The Real-Time Case Study:  A New Approach to an Old Method.  USASBE.  Jan., 2004


Grants:

Grinspoon Foundation, 2004,2005.2006,2007,2008   $10,000 per year to support SOM    entrepreneurship activities

Coleman Foundation, 2004.  $25,000 for the Real-Time Case Study

Kauffman Foundation, 2004.  $62,500 for the Real-Time Case Study