Babson Fellows Program for Entrepreneurship Researchers

Babson Fellows Program for Entrepreneurship Researchers

September 27–October 15, 2021

LIVE ONLINE

Entrepreneurship research fuels entrepreneurial activity and helps educators make a lasting impact on the field.

Published research is the backbone of academic careers, and publishing in top journals helps elevate both individual and departmental impact. The Babson Fellows Program for Entrepreneurship Researchers is an immersive online academic writing workshop for all entrepreneurship scholars to gain a profound understanding of entrepreneurship research.

This program will help entrepreneurship scholars gain a better understanding of the landscape of entrepreneurship research including the history, methodology, and research opportunities. Over three weeks, you will receive coaching and mentoring from top entrepreneurship faculty and peers, and you will leave with a six-month work plan that will enable you to submit a finished paper to a journal for consideration.

Submit your application before July 31, 2021, to join this program.

Nurture Your Writing Skills

Are you an entrepreneurship educator wishing to publish articles based on your dissertation research or hoping to develop a secondary research stream? Do you value mentorship and peer-to-peer collaboration in developing your research agenda and publishing your work? Babson’s entrepreneurship faculty has published extensively in top journals, edited numerous book chapters, and knows the ins and outs of navigating the challenges of getting published.

This program teaches you to plan your publication process well, covering everything from the writing process to navigating institutional pressures to selecting co-authors to finding the right mentoring and support to managing your time and resources all the way to getting your paper published. Get a taste of what Professors Candida Brush and William Gartner will teach you by watching their video with tips for success in the publishing process.

Steps to a Published Paper

Understand the Intricacies of the Publishing Process

This is much more than an academic writing workshop. Throughout these three weeks, you will be coached as a writer while receiving invaluable feedback from an esteemed panel of peers, editors, faculty members, and world-renowned experts culminating in a concrete, actionable six-month plan to have your written article ready for submission. 

Elevate your dissertation research, develop a secondary research stream, prepare conference proposals, and build a strong portfolio of academic publications while growing your network in the field. There also will be a 30-day follow-up to encourage continued momentum.

Identify and clear roadblocks in your research career

Publishing research in top journals and getting it in front of the most relevant audiences requires careful planning and hard work. Knowing your strengths and weaknesses in navigating the process, seeking out help from peers, and learning from top faculty in the field will help you narrow your focus and equip you with the knowledge and mindset needed to elevate your scholarship.

Expert Faculty

Taught by two leading entrepreneurship researchers with decades of experience in the field.

Fully Online

Learn alongside global peers during live online sessions, and benefit from weekly office hours with faculty.

A Road Map for Success

Develop an action-oriented six-month plan that will result in your article submission to a scholarly journal.

Who Should Attend?

This academic writing workshop is designed for:

  • Entrepreneurship educators and researchers who want to elevate their research and get published in refereed scholarly journals 
  • Entrepreneurship educators looking to develop a secondary research stream
  • Individuals who value mentorship and peer-to-peer collaboration when developing your research agenda and publishing your work

At a Glance

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Next Date

September 27-​October 15, 2021

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Format

Live Online

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Duration/​Time Commitment

3 weeks/​9 total hours

What You Need to Know

The program consists of a series of live sessions over the course of three weeks,* optional weekly office hours with the faculty, and asynchronous collaboration. There will also be a 30-day follow-up to encourage continued momentum.

Live Online Sessions:

  • Monday, September 27, 9–10:30 a.m. EDT
  • Thursday, September 30, 9–10 a.m. EDT
  • Monday, October 4, 9–10:30 a.m. EDT
  • Thursday, October 7, 9–10 a.m. EDT
  • Monday, October 11, 9–10:30 a.m. EDT
  • Thursday, October 14, 9–10 a.m. EDT
  • Friday, October 15, 9–10:30 a.m. EDT
*Schedule subject to change

Participating Faculty Members 

Faculty Co-Directors

Professor Candida Brush

Candida Brush, Professor

F.W. Olin Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship, Vice Provost of Global Entrepreneurial Leadership

Renowned entrepreneurship professor Candida Brush is a pioneering entrepreneurship researcher. She has co-authored reports for the OECD, the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, and the Goldman Sachs Foundation, and presented her work at the World Economic Forum in Davos and to the US Department of Commerce. She has authored more than 160 publications including 13 books, and is one of the most highly-cited researchers in the field.

William B. Gartner

William Gartner, Professor

Bertarelli Foundation Distinguished Professor of Family Entrepreneurship

William B. Gartner is recognized as a leading scholar in the field of entrepreneurship. His expertise spans a wide array of topics in the entrepreneurship field, including entrepreneurship as practice, the social construction of the future, varieties of value creation and appropriation, “translating entrepreneurship” across cultures and countries, the demographics of entrepreneurial families, and, the nature of legacy in family entrepreneurship.

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