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Call for Abstracts: Racial Equity in Technology Entrepreneurship (RETE) Workshop

  • 1.  Call for Abstracts: Racial Equity in Technology Entrepreneurship (RETE) Workshop

    Posted 17 days ago
    The Program Committee for the 2023 Racial Equity in Technology Entrepreneurship (RETE) Workshop invites individuals to submit abstracts for consideration. We are soliciting individual abstracts to be combined into sessions on questions related to issues of race and ethnicity in the context of high-technology industry entrepreneurship. The RETE Workshop will cover travel and hotel expenses, and meals for individuals whose abstracts are accepted. Small prizes will be awarded to the best presentations given by a doctoral student ($500) and an early career scholar (pre-tenure or equivalent - $1,000).

    2023 Workshop Details

    Dates: June 20-22, 2023

    Location: New York, NY (and online)

    Host: Berkley Center for Entrepreneurship – NYU Stern School of Business

    Submission Details

    Deadline: February 20th, 2023

    Abstract length: 500 words or less (1 to 2 double-spaced pages)

    About the RETE Workshop

    The RETE Workshop exists to expand the body of research across academic disciplines at the intersection of race, technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship. It convenes scholars to present and gain feedback on their research, to learn about ongoing research on this topic, to network with other scholars and practitioners across the entrepreneurship ecosystem that foster future research and research collaborations. The RETE Workshop is housed within the Center for Critical Race and Digital Studies at New York University and has been generously funded by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.



    Follow this link for more information or to submit an abstract: https://sites.google.com/nyu.edu/rete-workshop/call-for-abstracts-2023?authuser=0


    Thanks for your consideration, 
    Rachel Marie Brooks Atkins



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    Rachel Marie Brooks Atkins
    Assistant Professor
    Tobin College of Business
    St John's University
    Jamaica, NY
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