Professor of Entrepreneurship | School of Information Studies | Whitman School of Management | former Provost for Entrepreneurship and Innovation
316 Hinds Hall
Bruce Kingma is a leading educator and researcher in entrepreneurship, economic development, online education, and the economics of information, library science, and nonprofit management. He is a Professor of Entrepreneurship with joint appointments in the School of Information Studies (iSchool) and Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University. He is the former Associate Provost for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (2007-13) and the former Associate Dean of the iSchool (2000-07). Professor Kingma has held academic appointments at Syracuse University, the University of Texas at El Paso, Victoria University of Wellington, The University of British Columbia, Case Western Reserve University, The University at Albany, and Texas A&M University.
Professor Kingma is the founder of the award winning Syracuse Student Sandbox, an incubator, accelerator, and curriculum that helps students in Upstate New York start ventures. He is founder of the Global Sandbox, an innovative partnership between universities in China, India, Kenya, Ukraine, and Syracuse University that supports students from around the world starting global micro-multinational ventures.
Provost Kingma transformed entrepreneurship education at Syracuse University to focus on helping students, veterans, faculty, and community members start ventures. He worked with faculty across campus to create experiential, discipline-focused programs in entrepreneurship education. This Syracuse Model of experiential-focused entrepreneurship education increased annual enrollments in e-courses to over 7,500 students; raised over $30m in funding; resulted in over 100 new student ventures annually; and a top-ten national ranking in entrepreneurship education in Forbes, US News, The Princeton Review, Entrepreneur Magazine, Bloomberg, and Businessweek.
Provost Kingma led the Syracuse University Scholarship in Action initiatives connecting the campus to the community in economic development. Scholarship in Action programs raised over $350m in funding for The Near West Side Initiative, The Connective Corridor, and South Side Innovation Center ($100m+) helping residents revitalize disadvantaged neighborhoods; The Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems Innovation ($100m+) stimulating clean startups; The Institute for Veterans and Military Families ($100m+) and its award winning Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans; The Kauffman Campus Initiative ($30m+) supporting student starups; and The JP Morgan Chase Partnership ($30m) innovative research and curriculum in global enterprise technology.
Professor Kingma started The WISE—the first international consortium of universities in online education. In 2002, Syracuse University and 12 other universities from around the globe came together to share online courses, pedagogy, and training for online education in information science.
Professor Kingma has received numerous awards including
· The Deshpande Foundation Award for Excellence in Curriculum Innovation in Entrepreneurship
· The Leavey Award for Excellence in Free Enterprise Education from the Freedoms Foundation
· The Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers Award for Entrepreneurial Leadership
· The Community Entrepreneurial Leadership Award from Syracuse University
· The Excellence in Distance Education Award from the American Distance Education Consortium
· The Excellence in Online Education Award from the Sloan Foundation
· Academy of Management Innovation in Entrepreneurship Pedagogy Award (finalist).
Nine faculty and staff members that were part of Provost Kingma’s team received The Syracuse University Chancellor’s Citation for Excellence.
Professor Kingma has a PhD in economics from the University of Rochester and a BA in economics from the University of Chicago. His research includes publications on the economics of information, libraries, and technology; entrepreneurship; and online education.
“University-wide Entrepreneurship Education.” Advances in the Study of Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic Growth. Edited by Sherry Hoskinson and Donald Kuratko. (2014) (with Natalie Antal, Duncan Moore, and Deborah Streeter)
“Creating a Dynamic Campus-Community Entrepreneurial Ecosystem: Key Characteristics of Success.”Advances in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth: Academic Entrepreneurship, Creating an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem. Edited by Andrew C Corbett, Jerome A Katz, and Donald S Siegel. (2014).
“Religion, Entrepreneurship, Income and Employment.” International Journal of Social Sciences and Management. Vol. 1: 1 (2014). (with Ryan Yeung)
“Lib-Value: Values, Outcomes, and Return on Investment of Academic Libraries, Phase III: ROI of the Syracuse University Library.” College & Research Libraries (forthcoming 2014). (with Kathleen McClure)
“The Kauffman Campuses Initiative Impact in Central New York: Building the Campus-Community Entrepreneurial Ecosystem through Scholarship in Action.” Entrepreneurship Education Comes of Age on Campus. (2013). http://www.kauffman.org/uploadedfiles/KCI_Syracuse.pdf (with Nancy Cantor)
EDA University Center Summit for Supporting Student Startups. Syracuse, New York. (June 2012).
“Web-Based Information Science Education: Leveraging the Power of the Network to Re-Define the Global Classroom.” Higher Education, Emerging Technologies, and Community Partnerships: Concepts, Models and Practices. Edited by Melody Bowdon and Russell G. Carpenter. (2011) 164-181. IGI Global. (with Kathleen Schisa, Anne McKinney, Debbie Faires, Rae Anne Montague, Linda C. Smith, and Marianne Sterna)
“WISE Economics: ROI of Quality and Consortiums.” Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. Vol. 51:1 (2010): 43- (with Kathleen Schisa).
EDA University Center Summit for Supporting Student Startups. Edited. Syracuse, New
York. (June 2012).
Academic Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement. Edited. Northampton,
Massachusetts: Edward Elgar Publishing Inc. (August 2011).
“WISE Economics: ROI of Quality and Consortiums.” Journal of Education for Library
and Information Science. Vol. 51:1 (2010): 43- (with Kathleen Schisa).
“The Economics of Digital Access: The Early Canadiana Online Project.” Economics and
usage of digital libraries: byting the bullet. Edited by Jeffrey K. MacKie-Mason
and Wendy Pradt Lougee (2008). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
“The Economics of Learner Centered Online Education.” World Library and Information
Congress: 74th IFLA General Conference and Council. (2008) http://www.ifla.org/IV/ifla74/papers/163-Kingma_Schisa-en.pdf (with Kathleen Schisa)
“An Analysis of the Virtual Classroom: Does Size Matter? Do Residencies Make a
Difference? Should you Hire that Instructional Designer?” Journal of Education for Library and Information Science. Vol. 47:2 (2006): 127-143 (with Stacey Keefe).
Assessing Interlibrary Loan Document Delivery Services. With Mary Jackson, Tom
Delany. Washington, D.C.: Association of Research Libraries (2004).
The Economics of Information: A Guide to Economics and Cost-Benefit Analysis for
Information Professionals. Second Edition. Englewood, Colorado: Libraries Unlimited, Inc. (January 2001).
"An Accurate Measurement of the Crowd Out Effect, Income Effect and Price Effect for
Charitable Contributions." Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 97:5 (October 1989): 1197-1207.
Professional Issues in Information Management (IST466)
Information Reporting and Presentation (IST444)
Effective Collaboration in a Globally Distributed Environment (GET234)
Entrepreneurial Leadership (EEE400)
Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship (EEE110)
2000- Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Kingma Inc. has provided consulting on entrepreneurship education (Kingma Consulting) to over 50 universities and interior design services (Kingma Interiors) to over 100 clients.
2011-2013 Founder and President, Syracuse Ideas Inc. an umbrella organization for faculty and student ventures.
2002-2007 Founder and Director, Web-based Information Science Education.
1995-2000 Founder and Director, Guilderland Youth Basketball Club, a community nonprofit organization serving over 300 children ages 5-13.
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