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.
The Kauffman Foundation will award up to seven Junior Faculty Fellowship grants to junior faculty members in the United States whose research has the potential to make significant contributions to the body of literature in entrepreneurship. Each Fellow’s university will receive a grant of $35,000 over two years to support the research activities of the Fellow.
Since 2008, the Kauffman Foundation has awarded 45 Junior Faculty Fellowships to up-and-coming assistant professors in entrepreneurship.
Here are a few recent accomplishments by some of our Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellows:
Is Entrepreneurship the Most Productive Part of our Economy?
The 2016 Mayors Conference in 14 Tweets