Wilson Faculty Fellows: 2020–2021
The Helene T. and Grant M. Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship is thrilled to announce this year's Wilson Faculty Fellows. Each fellow will receive $5,000 to work on a research project that advances the identification and analysis of issues facing nonprofits and social enterprises.
The Helene T. and Grant M. Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship is pleased to announce the 2020–2021 Wilson Faculty Fellows.
Each fellow will receive an award of $5,000 to work on a research project that advances the identification and analysis of immediate issues facing nonprofits and social enterprises. During their fellowship year, each fellow will work on their proposed case study or academic research project while actively engaging current Pace students. The 2020–2021 Wilson Center Faculty Fellows are:
Kimberly Collica-Cox, PhD
Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Security
Richard Kolenda, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Public Administration
Noushi Rahman, PhD
Professor, Management and Management Science
Lubin School of Business
Isaac Vaghefi, PhD
Assistant Professor, Information Technology
Seidenberg School of CSIS
Learn more about the faculty fellows and their proposed research projects.
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