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The associate director of the H.J. Russell Center for Entrepreneurship, Dr. Isabelle Monlouis participated in Hillsborough Community College’s 9th Annual Veterans Entrepreneurship Training Symposium. Along with her (virtually) was a current student, Michael Lopez Rios from her ENI 3103 course. Read how the event reached over 200 attendees and awarded $13,000 in pitch prizes to six veteran-owned businesses.
Cathy Yang Liu, Ph.D., Professor and Chair, Department of Public Management and Policy in the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at Georgia State University was awarded as an Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management (APPAM) Entrepreneurship Policy Fellowship Faculty. This is a joint effort between APPAM and the Kauffman Foundation to promote entrepreneurship research in the policy community and it’s in the first year. Read awards article.
The ICSB Global Awards in Entrepreneurship Education Excellence were created to recognize excellence in entrepreneurship education at the programmatic level. Recently, the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Institute (ENI) faculty member, Dr. Isabelle Monlouis was named one of five finalists for this prestigious award on behalf of WomenLead in Entrepreneurship and Innovation.
The internet has the power to connect people all over the world, but it can also manipulate and change a digital creator’s work with little to no consequence. GSU/CMII’s Elizabeth Strickler recently spoke at TEDxAtlanta, explaining the power of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) for digital artists and the future of digital art and media. Read more.
A student and professor from Georgia State University are among the winning teams in an international competition to promote innovative ways to help kindergarten through 12th-grade students get back on track with learning in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn more.
When undergraduate student, Angela Praseuth talks about the Atlanta spa shootings, she begins to visibly shake. On the same day and at the same time of the attacks, she and her sister were at a spa in another Atlanta suburb. What upsets her equally is how quickly the media moved on to the next story. Read more.
Georgia State’s Garima Sharma, Ph.D. recently won an ANDE-IDRC grant to study women-led ventures in Latin America and US. Sharma has received this grant in collaboration with several others. Read the full blog post for further details.
This year, the WomenLead Program piloted a new signature experience focused on addressing food insecurity on college campuses. Led by WomenLead faculty member and ENI Associate Director of the H. J. Russell Center for Entrepreneurship Dr. Isabelle Monlouis – read the full article.
When Ray Charles recorded his cover of the popular song ‘Georgia on My Mind’ back in 1960 – which went on to become the state’s official song – it’s unlikely that he was singing about his hopeful prospects to become an Atlantan franchisee. Read more…