Since 2009, BEO has administered grants to Brown graduate students through the Hazeltine Fellowship for entrepreneurship. The Hazeltine Fellowship funds dissertation-related research and provides seed funds for initiating a new topic of research with a faculty member. This year’s awardees include Rui Carvalho, Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology; A. Nicole Kreisberg, Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology; and Kristen McNeill, Ph.D. Candidate in Sociology.
This research investigates topics that range from how race and racism influence migration outcomes, to the role of loan officers as gatekeepers to credit for microentrepreneurs in Columbia. Learn more about their research topics here.
During this event, the graduate student fellows will share their research in entrepreneurship, and guests will have the opportunity to ask questions. The discussion will be moderated by Jennifer Nazareno.
This event is co-sponsored by the Nelson Center for Entrepreneurship and BEO.