The Entrepreneurship Division's Practitioner-Scholars Committee focuses on ensuring there is a strong connection between practice (industry) and theory (scholarship/research) in the academy in a variety of ways. Members of this committee serve as mentors to other entrepreneurs entering an academic career, develop and share teaching methods and resources unique to entrepreneurial practice, perform research that explores issues surrounding career paths from the practice world to the academy, and conduct workshops at Academy conferences to share teaching resources, career advice and research findings.
In addition, if you are attending the AoM Annual Meeting in Seattle, you are invited to attend the Committee's Professional Development Workshop, The Scholar Practitioner's Role in the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem As We Emerge from Covid-19 Constraints -- Becoming an Entrepreneurship Scholar Practitioner, on Saturday afternoon, from 4-6pm in the Hyatt Regency.
If you are interested in bridging the gaps between research, teaching and practice, you should find the work of this committee to be of interest. If you would like to be considered as a member of the committee or would like to find out more, please contact the committee chair, Dr Ken Grant, at email@example.com.
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