Theirs were among 41 projects selected this year for Discovery Awards. Each project team can apply for up to $100,000 to explore a new area of collaborative work with an emphasis on preparing for an externally funded large-scale grant or cooperative agreement.
Ni’s specialty is empirical and theoretical analysis of the health care, pharmaceutical, financial services, environmental and energy, and technology industries, as well as emerging markets. The Catalyst Award provides each of this year’s 36 recipients with a $75,000 grant, mentoring opportunities, and institutional recognition.
Introduced in 2015, the Discovery and Catalyst award programs have annually recognized at least two members of the Carey Business School faculty.