Congratulations to Dr. Mary Foster, associate professor in the Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management, who was accepted as a 2018/2019 Entrepreneurship Teaching and Learning Scholar by United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) after participating in a very competitive international selection process. Dr. Foster is one of 16 scholars the USASBE selected to participate in an eight-month program to build the next generation of global leaders in teaching and learning for entrepreneurship.
For nearly a year, each scholar participating in the program will work to design, implement, test, and share outcomes of an innovative curricular or co-curricular project that provides a significant learning experience for entrepreneurs in their communities. The program seeks to accomplish this goal by creating and growing a thriving community of educators.
The USASBE is the world’s largest independent, professional, academic organization dedicated to advancing the discipline of entrepreneurship. With nearly 1000 members from universities and colleges, for-profit businesses, nonprofit organizations, and the public sector, USASBE is a diverse mix of professionals that share a common commitment to fostering entrepreneurial attitudes and behaviors through entrepreneurship education and research.