Kristin Burton, DBA

Assistant Professor, Entrepreneurship

Introduction

Kristin Burton is focused on strategies for increasing economic development through entrepreneurship and building networks that support early start-up firms.

Research Overview

Burton’s research evaluates business incubators and their contributions to the production and acceleration of sustainable businesses.

I want to make contributions that are impactful! I believe the skills and ideas taught in entrepreneurship classes can be used in any career path. Exposure to these concepts early allows you to become a creative, resourceful problem solver!

Teaching Focus

Burton’s goal as an entrepreneurship professor is to familiarize students with innovative concepts and ideas and provide new insights and technical resources to help them creatively solve societal problems.

Contact

(219) 989-2440

burto122@pnw.edu

Office Location:

Hammond, ANDR 365

Education

  • D.B.A, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater
  • M.S. in Accounting, Roosevelt University
  • MBA, Illinois Institute of Technology
  • B.S., Jacksonville State University

Areas of Expertise

  • Ecosystem Builder
  • Business Incubation
  • Strategic Management
  • Growth Through Innovation