Gene Luczkiw's ideas and connections led to the formulation of Entreplexity(r) - his word for the complex face of entrepreneurial thought. He was a contagion of curiosity who addressed his own questions and with the twist of a word or idea showed a creative dexterity that infected all those in his world. His professional and academic life cast him as a crusader for personal empowerment through teaching individuals to assume responsibility for their own life and to act in ways that were beneficial to themselves and others. He accomplished this and found ways to touch the lives of all he encountered. This volume begins with practice by chronicling the development and implementation of an Enterprise focus in a Bachelor of Education degree program. The second part of this book provides a deep and thoughtful grasp of academic and business theory grounding Gene's approach to learning, teaching and life, in general. This work of an exceptional individual who adopted and developed entrepreneurial thought early on merits serious consideration in a changing world.