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Former ACE postdoc wins research award

Former ACE researcher Rene Bakker, now an Assistant Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship at Indiana University, has won the 2016 Kelley School of Business Research Award. The award recognizes Rene’s research performance over the past year, culminating in a set of publications in the leading management journals. The award is in…

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Position opportunity at QUT Brisbane, Australia

The School of Management at Queensland University of Technology’s triple accredited Business School is recruiting an Associate Professor in Entrepreneurship. We are seeking a research active academic leader and teacher. We are looking for someone who engages in impactful entrepreneurship research, works collaboratively and can lead inter…

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Funding Success

ACE has just received $100,000 funding from the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science to conduct the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) project in 2016. Now into its 17th year, the GEM project is the largest study of entrepreneurship in the world, benchmarking entrepreneurship activity, attitudes and aspirations of over…

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Policy and Media Engagement

The intensified engagement with various government department and agencies that we reported about in the last Newsletter has continued. This has included three visits to Canberra and two delegations visiting ACE from Canberra. This engagement concerns a variety of issues like Innovation and Science Australia’s audit of the innovation…

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Farewell

After two years with ACE Professor Tõnis Mets’ will return home to Estonia as his Marie Curie Fellowship from the EU runs out. At ACE Tõnis has worked on a range of issues and particularly on entrepreneurial process in the high technology small firms, and published a dozen work including five journal articles, six book chapters, and a…

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Breaking the Barriers to Student Entrepreneurship

Republished with the permission of the authorTim Hui, President of Fellowship of Medical Engineers & Student Ambassador at QUT.  Photography credit to Marvin Fox Photography. May 31 saw a close to the Startup Hatch program, with a finale Showcase Event. Startup Hatch was a program planned over a period of 4.5 months, that kicked off on…

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Stepping Towards an Enterprising Future

Entrepreneurship is buzzing at Queensland University of Technology, and its not just world class research. Increasingly our students are engaging in many activities linked to their formal studies and outside to develop their enterprising self. For those of you I have not yet met, my name is Colin Jones and I have just joined the School…

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