CBSI Faculty Member Assistant Professor June Lee Wins the USF School Management Outstanding Research
June joined USF School of Management as an assistant professor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation. June conducts research Asian female entrepreneurship and innovation in support of USF’s mission. This includes co-authoring with research teams to publish in global peer-reviewed journals on issues related to gender inequity. June is committed to conducting high-quality research through interdisciplinary collaborations.
In the past two years, she has published one journal article, submitted two papers for peer review, presented at five conferences, and received multiple research grants, including one from CBSI annual research fund to study female Asian entrepreneurs in small and medium size firms as part of CBSI's Asia Immigrant Entrepreneur research program commissioned by Nora Wu, a USF trustee and CBSI advisory board co-chair. Congratulations June!