Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Funding and Awards

Faculty fellows and graduate students of the Creativity, Innovation and Entrepreneurship project have received over $2,255,737 in external funding and fellowship awards since the start of their project’s term.


Pinch, Trevor. Society for Social Studies of Science (4S) 2018 John Desmond Bernal Prize.


Cho, Jae Beum. “Social Capital, the Missing Link: Three Essays on the Importance of Social Processes in Entrepreneurial Ecosystems,” Dissertation Fellowship, Kauffman Foundation, 2016, $20,000.


Pinch, Trevor. “Re-articulating The Voice – Vocal Correction Technology in Design and Practice,” Dissertation Improvement Grant, Owen Marshall, National Science Foundation, 2015, $14,944.


Ferguson, Melissa. “How National Cues Increase Prejudice among Intra-national Racial Groups: Testing Behavioral Implications, Boundaries, and Mechanisms,” National Science Foundation, 2013-2015, $272,828.

Ferguson, Melissa. “The Casual Role of Implicit Evaluation in Self-Regulation,” National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Aging, 2013-2015, $160,000.

Leiponen, Aija. “Impact of ICT on European Businesses,” European Institute of Innovation and Technology, Information and Communication Technology Labs, 2013, £71,169/$109,832.

Leiponen, Aija. “Catalysing Economic Growth – Releasing the Value of Big Data,” Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (UK), 2013-2015, £915,681/$1,412,895.

Roach, Michael, Sauermann, Henry. “The Initial Career Transitions of Science and Engineering PhDs,” National Science Foundation, 2013-2015, $285,238.

(Updated: March 2018)