Please join us at our upcoming Diana International Research Institute's Roundtable, "A Conversation with Award-Winning Researchers." On April 3 from 11 am-12:30 pm EDT, we are featuring our 2022 Diana International Research Conference award-winning scholars who will share key findings of their papers as well as implications for future research and practice. Dr. Amanda Elam and Dr. Candida Brush will be your hosts for this event.
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Best Conceptual / Qualitative Paper
Informing Inclusive Entrepreneurship Education and Training: Criteria and Challenges
Dr. Barbara Orser
Professor of Management in the Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa
Best Empirical Paper
Gritty Women: Entrepreneurial Grit and Funding Outcomes
Doctoral Candidate in Strategic Management at the Joseph Katz School of Business,
University of Pittsburgh
Best Paper Fitting the Conference Theme
How Gender Shapes Role-Based Entrepreneurial Self-Presentation on Twitter
Dr. Bari Bendell
Associate Professor, Management and Entrepreneurship at Suffolk University
Best Paper by Junior Scholar
Inclusion or Exclusion? An Intersectional Analysis of the
Massachusetts Cannabis Industry
Dr. Heather Jean MacNeil
Visiting Faculty in Organizational Behavior at Northeastern University in the D'Amore-McKim School of Business
The Roundtable will take place on Monday, April 3rd at 11:00 am EDT via Zoom. Approximately 30 minutes in, after the speakers have shared their research, we will open it up for audience discussion.
Please note: Registration is required. After registering, your confirmation email will contain the Zoom link and calendar invite. The webinar is free for DIRI members and available for a small fee for other participants
Your participation helps to connect a worldwide community of stakeholders, bringing together the brightest minds conducting, translating, and disseminating rigorous research and data about women's entrepreneurship that can directly impact teaching, policy, and practice.
DIRI Roundtables are designed to bring our community inspiring new research findings, theoretical lenses, methods, and approaches that can lead to new understandings of gender and women's entrepreneurship for teaching, policy and practice. The conversation is designed to be informative and impactful.
This roundtable will be recorded and shared with the DIRI membership community. You can view previous Roundtable topics and speakers HERE.
We look forward to your participation in our discussion.
Franklin W. Olin Professor of Entrepreneurship
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