440 Stokely Management Center
Becca Arwine’s research investigates entrepreneurial experiences through psychological lenses, specifically looking at identity, cognition, and well-being, and how these are managed intrapsychically by entrepreneurs as well as through interpersonal interactions. Further, her research spans levels of analysis, from individual founder experiences to those of communities of entrepreneurs. She leverages both qualitative and quantitative methods to explore how psychological phenomena influence and are influenced by entrepreneurial behaviors. Becca earned her Bachelor of Science in business from Miami University. Prior to entering the doctoral program, she worked as an assistant director in the Institute for Entrepreneurship at Miami University, and as a data analytics consultant for the Nielsen Company.