The Cornelson Faculty Innovator in Residence position at the Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation & Entrepreneurship was established by the estate of George H. Cornelson ’53 and provides one faculty member a year-long appointment and a $15,000 grant to support their work with the Hurt Hub.
Cornelson was a leader in the textile industry, serving as CEO of Clinton Mills, Inc. He also led the Bailey Foundation, devoting his time to improving the lives for his neighbors in Clinton, South Carolina. He served on a host of boards and committees, including a term as a Davidson College trustee.
The Cornelson Faculty Innovator in Residence has the following responsibilities:
2022-2023: Steve Kaliski ’07, Writing and Theatre. Read more about Steve’s involvement with the Hurt Hub.
Applications Open annually in January; Appointments begin Fall Semester each academic year. Please direct all questions to Liz Brigham (firstname.lastname@example.org), W. Spencer Mitchem ‘59 Director of Innovation & Entrepreneurship at the Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation & Entrepreneurship at Davidson College.
Sebastian Charmot (’22) + Oğuzhan Çölkesen (’22)
Emre Koc (’20) + Altan Tutar (’20) + Huseyin Altinisik (’21)
Mariem Bchir (’20)
Nathan Engstrom (’21) + Zane Libke (’21)
Kim Bako (’21) + Patrick Sullivan (’21)
Lorena James (’21)
Andrew Wright (’20) + Jackson Miller (’20)
Arianna Montero-Colbert (’19)
Houston Downes (’18)
Charlie Goldberg (’19)
Get it Poppin’ Clothing Line
Peter (Andy) Baay (’17)
Data Engineer at Tresata, Armfield Capital Management, LLC
Violet Degnan (’17)
Scott Cunningham (16’)
Tori Mayernick (’14)
Hives for Lives
Jared Blakney (’14)
Generations Tee Shirt Co.