Mindee Forman

Mindee Forman works as a consultant in Research & Policy at the Kauffman Foundation, particularly on the Kauffman Emerging Scholars Program. She also assists with metrics collection, writing blog posts, and keeping areas of the website updated. In addition to her work with the Kauffman Foundation, Mindee writes a personal blog and does contract work as a freelance editor, writer, social media consultant, and Web designer. In her former life she worked on television and film sets in Los Angeles as an assistant director.

2017 Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellowships: Top Scholars Wanted

12/02/16
With holiday breaks coming up, this is a great time to nominate a deserving colleague, peer, or friend for the Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellowship in Entrepreneurship Research (KJFF). While the nomination period is open for about a month and a half more, as soon as a nomination is submitted the nominee can begin to work on his or her application. We also check in with some of our Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellows to see what they're up to.
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Growthology Goes to the AEA Annual Meeting

01/13/16
Six of the Growthology Writers traveled to San Francisco for AEA's annual meeting. This post contains an overview of some of their favorite sessions.
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Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellowships: Top Scholars Wanted

12/09/15
With holiday breaks coming up, this is a great time to nominate a deserving colleague, peer, or friend for the Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellowship in Entrepreneurship Research (KJFF). While the nomination period is open for about a month and a half more, as soon as a nomination is submitted the nominee can begin to work on his or her application.
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Helpful Items to List on an Academic CV

11/24/15
A current CV is essential to making sure your academic digital footprint accurately represents you and your work. As someone who looks up scholars’ CVs all the time, there are some things that I find particularly useful on resumes, other than the basics.
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For Researchers Only: Best Ways to Publicize Your Work

11/10/15
How to make sure your academic research is seen by a large audience, both broad and targeted.
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