In total, the United States is projected to spend $581 billion in 2019 on research and development of STEM companies and products. However, certain states have been known to spend more of the projected total based on how innovative specific state-based companies are. Wallethub, in response, ranked all 50 states and the District of Columbia based on 24 key indicators to see which states would be the most and least innovative in 2019. Kristin Hiemstra, an adjunct lecturer of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship in the Poole College of Management, weighed in on how policymakers can influence their state’s ranking. “They should figure out a way to provide health care,” said Hiemstra. “Many of our most innovative minds are locked into jobs because of health insurance needs.” Read more on WalletHub.
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Nine Poole College Faculty Receive Summer Research Awards 2019
The NC State Poole College of Management announces the third faculty cohort to receive the Poole College Summer Research Awards. The awards recognize outstanding research productivity of tenured and tenure-track faculty in top tier journals from 2017 to 2018. The nine faculty scholars will receive a monetary reward and the title of Poole Advisory Board Scholar for the 2019-20 academic year.
Jacob Diehl Brings Digital Production to Poole Communications Team
Jason Diehl to support the college's strategic goals with compelling digital content.