Twelve college customers are recipients of 2022 Louis H. Zalaznick Instructing Assistantships, getting cash of $1,500 to $3,000 to assistance create or expand courses and include instructing assistants.
The method, administered by Entrepreneurship at Cornell, was established in 1993 by David W. Zalaznick ’76, a Cornell trustee, and his wife, Barbara ’76, to honor David’s father, Louis. The awards allow for college affiliated with Entrepreneurship at Cornell to lengthen their potential to function with learners by delivering assistants to aid with their classes and/or course improvement.
Zalaznick award winners and their tasks:
- Celia Bigoness, affiliate scientific professor of legislation and director of the Entrepreneurship Regulation Clinic at Cornell Law Faculty, will use the funding to retain the services of an adjunct professor to help in the Entrepreneurship Legal Clinic
- John Callister, the Harvey Kinzelberg Director of Entrepreneurship in Engineering, will use an assistant for his Entrepreneurship for Engineers course
- Jorge Colon, senior lecturer at the Cornell Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, will use the funding to aid his system, Agile Innovation, as well as other entrepreneurship classes on his roster
- Brooke Hollis, government director of the Cornell Institute for Nutritious Futures and a lecturer in the Sloan System in Wellbeing Administration, will employ training assistants for two classes
- Robert Karpman, an adjunct professor in Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate University of Management, will use the funds to support assistants in his fall and spring classes
- Matt Marx, college director of Entrepreneurship at Cornell, will use the funding to aid two entrepreneurship classes centered on dilemmas in founding new ventures, one particular for MBA learners and just one for undergraduates
- Greg Ray, traveling to lecturer at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate Faculty of Management, will use the money to support his bioentrepreneurship practicum program
- Wes Sine, professor of administration and companies at SC Johnson, will use the resources to assistance educating assistants in two courses
- Brad Address and Ken Rother, lecturers for eLab, the student business accelerator, will use the money to assistance a educating assistant
- Daniel Van Der Vliet, director of the Smith Household Company Institute, will use the funding to build the first Cornell Scenario Competition for Loved ones Possession and fund a training assistant for his training course, Leaders in Family Business
- Chuck Whitehead, professor of business enterprise legislation at Cornell Regulation Faculty, will employ a teaching assistant to do the job on a securities regulation casebook.