T2U Innovation Series: University of South Florida
NASA’s Technology Transfer University (T2U) program gives undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to work with NASA-developed technology. While it is typically implemented in business courses, it can be applied to engineering, writing, visual design, and other areas of study.
This webinar series features firsthand experiences and best practices from distinguished instructors at colleges and universities around the country. These instructors have valuable perspectives about the educational benefits of working with NASA-developed technology and an understanding of the entrepreneurial value of leveraging these NASA IP resources to start tech-based companies.
Join us for the third installment of this webinar series to hear from Lin Jiang, assistant professor of entrepreneurship at the Muma College of Business, University of South Florida.
Lin Jiang is an assistant professor of entrepreneurship at the Muma College of Business, University of South Florida. She has taught courses across different levels in the past including Strategic Management (undergraduate, doctoral), Creativity and Innovation in Entrepreneurship (undergraduate), and Strategic Market Assessment for New Technologies (master’s).
Her research has focused on emotions and strategic communication in entrepreneurship, as well as firms’ relationships with emerging technologies. Her research has been published in the Academy of Management Journal, Strategic Management Journal, Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, Science Advances, Research Policy, Technovation, and Industrial and Corporate Change. She is the receiver of the 2021 William A. Owens Scholarly Achievement from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
Lin Jiang received a PhD in management from the Scheller College of Business, Georgia Institute of Technology. She holds an MBA/MS in Information Technology Management from the College of Business Administration at Creighton University. She also holds bachelor's degrees in information science and economics from Peking University in China.