Erik Winslow, professor of management, has been named a Wilford White Fellow by the International Council for Small Business.
“It’s a great honor to be recognized by colleagues,” said Winslow.
The distinction – the council’s highest recognition – goes to individuals who have shown leadership and commitment to the growth and development of small- and medium-sized entrepreneurial enterprises (SMEs) around the world.
The duties of the White fellows are to advocate for and mentor SMEs, and continue to do research in the field.
“Erik Winslow caps a brilliant career dedicated to helping students, colleagues and policy leaders gain greater appreciation of the importance of small and medium enterprises world wide with his selection as a Wilford White,” said George Solomon, associate professor of management and past ICSB president.
ICSB promotes research, writing, policy development and counseling for SMEs.
For more about the fellowships, go here.
Posted by gwsb on July 2, 2013 | Filed under: GWSB News.