IECE Faculty Fellows
Supporting Entrepreneurship Campuswide
The IECE Entrepreneurship Faculty Fellows Program is an initiative that seeks to support faculty from across the University who are interested in integrating an entrepreneurial mindset and related approaches into their specific discipline through curriculum development, teaching, research, commercialization of research or outreach activities. The program is open to full-time faculty members from all academic areas on campus.
Fellows are appointed to work on activities that link their specific discipline to entrepreneurship or are focused on commercializing emerging research. Fellows will receive initial grounding in the discipline of entrepreneurship, learning about the nature of entrepreneurs, entrepreneurial behavior, the fundamental components of the entrepreneurial process, and academic entrepreneurship. Subsequently, the Fellows will participate in informal meetings that include discussions regarding cross-disciplinary applications of entrepreneurship and allow for the interchange of experience and ideas, with an ongoing guidance and support from IECE entrepreneurship faculty. The Fellows will also participate in an annual meeting to share progress and outcomes of the project they are working on and highlight their accomplishments.
Becoming a Fellow
Applications are accepted through June 1, 2020 with initial appointments beginning in June 2020. Applicants must propose a professional initiative that reflects the interface between their own academic discipline and entrepreneurship. Funding of up to $6,100 is available to support the projects.
The potential for interdisciplinary projects is vast, and can include (but is not limited to):
- The Entrepreneurial Educator
- Gender & Minority Entrepreneurship
- Entrepreneurship & Social Change
- Entrepreneurial Communities
- The Entrepreneurial Artist
- Science & Technology Entrepreneurship
- Media & Performing Arts Entrepreneurship
- Anthropology of Entrepreneurship
- Historical Entrepreneurship
- Healthcare Entrepreneurship
- Entrepreneurship & The Criminal Justice System
- The Psychology of Entrepreneurship
- Creativity & Entrepreneurship
- Ethics & Entrepreneurship
- Sustainability & Green Entrepreneurship
- Government Innovation
- Evolutionary Economics & Creative Destruction
- Information Security Entrepreneurship
- Commercialization of Emerging Research
If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Dr. Mike Stull, Director of the Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship (IECE) and Professor of Entrepreneurship, at email@example.com or 909/ 537-3708.
Current and Past Faculty Fellows2019-20