April 9, 2018
Ten students from the Bachelor of International Development program participated in a Research Roundtable on March 22, 2018. The Roundtable focused on gender inequities in entrepreneurship in Indonesia. Working with Kent Schroeder, the Principal Investigator for an ARI funded research project on the topic, the students collaboratively developed a draft research framework for the study. The draft framework will be taken to Indonesia in May where faculty and students from six universities will finalize it for the Indonesian cultural context and assist with data collection and analysis. Ultimately, the research results will be used by the Indonesian universities to revise their applied entrepreneurship curriculum to better address the needs of women-owned micro-enterprises.