John H. Johnson Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship

Howard University in District of Columbia

Date Posted February 5, 2014
Type Administrative
Employment Type Full-time

John H. Johnson Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship

Leader, Entrepreneur, Innovator

Howard University is now accepting applications for the John H. Johnson Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship. The endowed chair will strengthen a culture of entrepreneurial activity across all academic programs among students, faculty, alumni and community entrepreneurs. The Johnson Professor will collaborate with other University entities, such as the Communications Entrepreneurship Research and Resource Center, Small Business Development Center and faculty/staff members who have entrepreneurial research interests. John H. Johnson was a major national and international figure whose endeavors included renowned work as a highly successful journalist, entrepreneur, marketer, publicist and mentor. Mr. Johnson is best known for Ebony magazine, the Johnson Publishing Co. and Fashion Fair Cosmetics. The University worked with his daughter, Linda Johnson Rice to establish the endowed chair.


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