The Anderson Center for Entrepreneurship & Innovation has announced a campus-wide competition for entrepreneurial working papers and research proposals.
ACEI will accept applications in four research categories: doctoral student proposals, doctoral student working papers, faculty proposals, and faculty working papers. Awards range from $800 – $5,000.
“Our goal is to provide early stage funding to launch research that helps entrepreneurs, new ventures, innovations, and entrepreneurial ecosystems succeed,” said Rhonda Reger, ACEI Director of Research.
Now in its third consecutive year, this competition aims to promote and reward meaningful research in entrepreneurship and foster a community of scholars who value innovation. To date, this competition has awarded $12,800 to researchers.
For full details on eligibility and abstracts of past winners, click here.