August Virtual Events hosted by the Kauffman Foundation

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Virtual Events Announcement
August Virtual Events hosted by the Kauffman Foundation

AUGUST ENTREPRENEURSHIP ISSUE FORUM
Join us Thursday, August 26 at 10 a.m. CT for the Entrepreneurship Issue Forum, “Accelerators: What do we know about their role in supporting entrepreneurship?”

Research on accelerators has proliferated in recent years, and we are learning more about the impact of accelerators on entrepreneurs and their businesses, as well as on regional economies. In this forum, we will hear from scholars at the forefront of exploring the role of accelerators in entrepreneurial support—examining important issues such as the aspects of accelerator programs that are most valuable for entrepreneurs, who is benefitting from accelerator participation, and what the long-term outcomes of participation are. We will also hear from a panel of individuals running accelerator programs and entrepreneurs who have participated in accelerators about how the experience has shaped their entrepreneurial journeys.

Register for the August Forum here: https://kauffman.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Ea-8ATtzQVOljbu4gh6JEA?timezone_id=America%2FChicago

EARLY-STAGE RESEARCHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES
The next virtual Early-Stage Researcher Professional Development session will take place on Friday, August 28 at 1 p.m. CT with mentors Matt Marx (Cornell University), and Heidi Williams (Stanford University). This series is open to 18 early-stage researchers. It will enable these researchers to connect with research mentors to discuss research approaches, professional development, and the research career trajectory.

Register for the Professional Development Series here: https://form.jotform.com/211516685086157

PLAIN LANGUAGE: EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES WORKSHOP
Have you ever wanted to share your research with experts and decision-makers in a way that grabs their limited attention? This free, virtual Executive Summaries Workshop will share strategies for:
- Defining the target audience(s) for scholarly research.
- Leveraging smart information design to create useable and persuasive documents.
- Applying sentence-level edits to improve the readability of your work.
The virtual workshop will be held on two dates:
10 a.m. CST September 16: Register here: https://georgetown.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMudu6oqj4qG9J3JyjHQAqf_Um6ecbdF6NO
2 p.m. CST November 9: Register here: https://georgetown.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0rc--oqjorHtOBrnmvB0Px_P70jZBlvpnB