The lecturers of the Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship are internationally recognised thought-leaders in entrepreneurship. Their areas of expertise cover the many varied aspects that entrepreneurship entails.
Below are the academic teaching staff for the first year of the cohort starting in September 2019.
Academic Director, Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship Programme
Co-Director, The Entrepreneurship Centre
University Senior Lecturer in Operations & Technology Management
Dr Jeremy Hutchison-Krupat is the Academic Director of the Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship Programme and the Co-Director of Cambridge Judge Business School’s Entrepreneurship Centre. Prior to joining Cambridge Judge in 2018, Jeremy was an Assistant Professor at the Darden Graduate School of Business where he was deeply involved with their Batten Institute for Entrepreneurship & Innovation. Jeremy’s research focuses on the management of innovation. His recent work evaluates the effect that different organisational structures, norms, and processes have on their ability to achieve their innovation objectives.
Interim Deputy Director, Master of Studies in Entrepreneurship Programme
Research Associate, Entrepreneurship Centre
Monique’s research includes the study of entrepreneurial teams, entrepreneurship education, entrepreneurship and gender; and the use of sociological approaches to broaden our understanding of entrepreneurial activity. Monique leads the EVER project which is a longitudinal qualitative study of the teams within Accelerator Cambridge. This project aims to understand the strategic decision-making of early ventures and how teams pivot over time. She is also currently working on a project exploring the impact of gender on entrepreneurship in the gaming industry.
Previously, she worked on the design and implementation of a survey-based tool to measure the impact of entrepreneurial education (as part of multiple EU-funded projects) and remains passionate about understanding how research can improve the delivery and impact of entrepreneurship education to educate the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Her original background is in Archaeology having completed a BA and MA in Archaeology at the University of Nottingham and taken part in excavations across Europe. Monique also has a PhD from the University of Cambridge and her thesis focused on applying philosophy to archaeology to look at the nature of knowledge creation of the past. This has given her the opportunity to bring new insights into the field of entrepreneurship and she is particularly interested in issues around gender, social theory and philosophy. Alongside her research, Monique is also a tutor and teaching associate on the Postgraduate Diploma in Entrepreneurship.
Her research interests include entrepreneurial teams, entrepreneurial strategy, gender, entrepreneurship education and application of sociological approaches.