Twelve faculty members are recipients of the 2022 Louis H. Zalaznick Teaching Assistantships and will receive funding between $1,500 and $3,000 to support course development or expansion and additional teaching assistants.
Programs managed by Entrepreneurship at Cornellwas established in 1993 by Cornell University trustee David W. Zalaznick ’76 and his wife Barbara ’76 to honor David’s father, Louis. The award will allow faculty members affiliated with Cornell University’s Entrepreneurship to expand their ability to work with students by providing courses and assistants to assist with course development.
Zaraznik Award winners and their projects:
- Celia BigonesHe is an associate clinical law professor at Cornell Law School and director of the Entrepreneurship Law Clinic.
- John CallisterHarvey Kinzelberg Director of Engineering Entrepreneurship Hires Entrepreneurship Class Assistants for His Engineers.
- Jorge ColonA senior lecturer at Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine, will use the funds to support his course, Agile Innovation, as well as other entrepreneurship courses on his roster.
- Brooke HollisExecutive Director of the Cornell Institute for Healthy Futures and Sloan Program Instructor in Health Care is hiring a teaching assistant for two courses.
- Robert KarpmanAdjunct professors at the Samuel Curtis Johnson School of Management will use the funds to support assistants in their fall and spring classes.
- Matt Marks, the Dean of Entrepreneurship at Cornell University, will use the funds to support two entrepreneurship classes focused on the dilemmas of founding a new venture. One is for MBA students and the other is for undergraduates.
- Greg RayA visiting lecturer at the Samuel Curtis Johnson School of Management will use the funds to support his bio-entrepreneurship practice course.
- wes signSC Johnson Administration and Organizational Professors will use the funds to support two classes of teaching assistants.
- Brad Treat When Ken Rothera student business accelerator, eLab instructors will use funds to support teaching assistants.
- Daniel van der Fleet The president of the Smith Family Business Institute will use the funds to create the first Cornell Case Competition on Family Ownership and to fund a teaching assistant for his course, “Leaders in Family Enterprise.” Offers.
- Chuck Whiteheada professor of business law at Cornell Law School, plans to hire a teaching assistant to work on a securities regulation casebook.
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