Babson Faculty Research Fund (BFRF)
The mandate of the Babson Faculty Research Fund is to encourage and support a variety of thought leadership and research activities, with the following objectives paramount:
- to sustain, enhance, and renew the intellectual vitality of faculty by supporting the building of intellectual capital through meritorious research;
- and to increase the public visibility and academic reputation of the College and its faculty, regionally, nationally, and internationally.
The Babson Faculty Research Fund is here to serve faculty members in all stages of their research activities. The BFRF, through a competitive process, provides financial support for meritorious faculty research projects.
In addition to supporting individual faculty research projects, the BFRF engages in other activities throughout the year to keep the Babson faculty and staff informed about ongoing research, faculty research publications and presentations, and funding opportunities. The BFRF sponsors programs that feature faculty research presentations, and publishes newsletters, Research@Babson College, Annual Reports, and a Working Paper series.
Breaking NEws - January 12, 2016
In partnership with the Babson Faculty Research Fund (BFRF), the Leonard Schlesinger Fund for Global Healthcare Entrepreneurship will make funds available to support faculty in research related to global health and healthcare entrepreneurship. The Leonard Schlesinger Fund for Global Healthcare Entrepreneurship at Babson College was founded with a commitment to global health and desire to explore the ways in which Babson's methodology of Entrepreneurial Thought and Action® and SEERS can benefit the field.
Topics of interest for the research funding include (but are not limited to):
1. Best practices or challenges in ET&A as applied to healthcare in a low to middle income country (LMIC) setting
2. Using SEERS to examine surgical or medical care in global health context
3. Business and management considerations of any global health problem
4. Social, governmental, political, or environmental considerations of any global health problem
We aim to provide 2 summer stipend awards at $10,000 each ($20,000 total) to be paid in the same fashion as all BFRF funding. Applications will be reviewed by the BFRF and one staff member of the Schlesinger Fund for Global Healthcare Entrepreneurship. Applications should follow the BFRF format and submission procedures. And the deadline coincides with the BFRF deadline of January 27, 2016. Please go to http://www.babson.edu/Academics/teaching-research/bfrf/Pages/proposals.aspx, scroll to the bottom and click on the form "Full Proposal Cover Sheet" to prepare your proposal.
For more information, please see Global Health Entrepreneurhip BFRF
Wiljeana Jackson Glover, Ph.D. | Assistant Professor
Babson College | Technology, Operations, and Information Management Division
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