Babson College Professor William Gartner was honored with a Justin G. Longnecker Fellow Award by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) at its annual conference.
Gartner, the Bertarelli Foundation Distinguished Professor of Family Entrepreneurship at Babson, was one of four recipients named a Longnecker Fellow, the highest recognition that USASBE gives to individuals who have made an outstanding contribution to the development, furtherance, and benefit of small and medium businesses.
Also at the USASBE conference, Heidi Neck was named the prestigious USASBE Entrepreneurship Educator of the Year. Read more about Neck’s honor and her impact on entrepreneurship education.
The USASBE honor was just one of several recent noteworthy accolades for Gartner:
- Neck and Gartner also recently were noted as two of the most “inspiring” entrepreneurship education educators in a research-based article in Academy of Management Learning and Education, the top journal in management pedagogy.
- One of the papers that Gartner co-authored for the Journal of Small Business Management was listed as one of its top 10 most-read papers for 2021.
Also, Neck and Andrew Corbett co-authored the top-cited paper—”The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Entrepreneurship”—in Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy, the only entrepreneurship journal focused on pedagogy.
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