RIF Innovation Fellowship undergoes rebrand, calls for 2018 applicants

THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION has begun accepting applications for $600,000 in seed grants through its 2018 Carter Fellowships for Entrepreneurial Innovation initiative. (L-R) Foundation CEO Neil D. Steinberg, 2017 fellowship recipients Ditra Edwards and Donna Childs and Foundation Senior Vice President Jessica David are pictured at the announcement of the fellowships that were awarded earlier this year./ COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
THE RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION has begun accepting applications for $600,000 in seed grants through its 2018 Carter Fellowships for Entrepreneurial Innovation initiative. (L-R) Foundation CEO Neil D. Steinberg, 2017 fellowship recipients Ditra Edwards and Donna Childs and Foundation Senior Vice President Jessica David are pictured at the announcement of the fellowships that were awarded earlier this year. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND FOUNDATION
PROVIDENCE – As it approaches its seventh year, the Rhode Island Foundation’s Innovation Fellowship, one of the most prestigious entrepreneurial awards in the state, will undergo multiple changes, according to the foundation. Among the largest alterations to what are colloquially known as “genius grants,” is a name change. The award will henceforth be called the…

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