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About The Jim Moran Institute Faculty Fellows Program
The Jim Moran Institute Faculty Fellows Program is named after automobile industry legend Jim Moran who established a legacy of entrepreneurial success that spanned more than seven decades. The purpose of the Fellows Program is to stimulate scholarly activities that advance research, teaching, and service in entrepreneurship. The Program supports research by gifted and ambitious entrepreneurship scholars at The Florida State University, who in turn, share their knowledge and success with students in the entrepreneurship program and other academic scholars as well as aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners in the local community. The Jim Moran Institute Fellows are united by a set of values and shared commitment to student success and to programs that support applied research in entrepreneurship and the development of entrepreneurial leaders in the community. The program provides financial support and encouragement to faculty in the core disciplines who show capacity for great distinction in areas of entrepreneurial research, teaching and service. Success is measured by each Fellows activity and expertise and is at the core of our ability to achieve our lofty goals for our students at Florida State University.
For more information about The Jim Moran Institute Fellows Program, including candidate eligibility and selection criteria, please contact us at JimMoranInstitute@fsu.edu or (850) 644-3372.
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