Xiaohong He, of Cheshire, a professor of international business in the School of Business at Quinnipiac University, won the Journal of Entrepreneurship and Public Policy and the University of Central Arkansas College of Business Best Paper in Public Policy Award at the U.S. Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Conference in San Francisco Jan. 10.
She and her co-author won the award for their research paper “Conceptualization and Practice of Cluster Evolution in Developing Economies: Underlying Logics that Transform Survival or Subsistent Entrepreneurship Cluster.”
She has a doctorate in international management studies and master’s degrees in finance and international business from the University of Texas-Dallas, and an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from the Jilin University in China.
Weisman AmeriCares Free Clinic of Bridgeport was recently awarded a $30,000 grant by The Fairfield County Community Foundation. The grant supports operating expenses and will help the clinic provide free, high-quality health care to low-income patients without health insurance. Patients receive primary and specialty care, including medications, lab work and diagnostic testing, at no cost.