Call For Applications
SIM Division Doctoral Student Consortium PDW 2023
The Social Issues in Management (SIM) Division will offer an in-person Doctoral Student Consortium during this year's virtual Academy of Management Meeting. The event will begin with and a Fireside chat with Mollie Painter on Thursday, August 3rd, at 5:30 pm followed by dinner, while the body of the consortium will be held on Friday, August 4th, from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm. Unfortunately, no virtual attendance will be possible this year.
The Doctoral Student Consortium aims to inspire and to inform doctoral students focusing on SIM topics about elements leading to success and impact in their scholarship, teaching, service, and lives as academics. Distinguished SIM scholars (see list below) will share their knowledge, participate in panel debates, and engage with students. Junior SIM faculty will share their recent experiences with their fruitful dissertation process, the job market, and with mastering teaching. The PDW is designed to be informative and interactive. In general, participating students will develop a "survival toolkit" for completing their doctoral program and early professional career, as well as inspiration for making an impact in the world through your work.
The SIM Doctoral Consortium is designed for current PhD students with an interest in Social Issues in Management. We welcome participants from all stages of the PhD program to attend, though students more advanced in their doctoral program will be given priority in the event of over-subscription. SIM will pay the AOM student registration fee for SIM members who are accepted to this Doctoral Student Consortium. The consortium is free of charge.
Applications are due by June 15, 2023. To apply, please fill out this application form. Please do not hesitate to contact the organizers if you have questions.
Jo-Ellen Pozner and Julia Roloff
Co-Organizers of the SIM Doctoral Consortium 2023
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Scheduled Presenters: Lucas Amaral, John Amis, Susana Esper, Michelle Greenwood, Mollie Painter, Nottingham, Colin Higgins, Frank den Hond, Michael Johnson-Cramer, Sarah Ku, Nancy Kurland, Celia Moore, Kam Phung, Anna Roberts, Elizabeth Umphress, Milo Wang, David Wasieleski, Jim Weber.
--------------Sarah Ku, PhD [ she | her | hers ]Assistant Professor of Sustainable Business ManagementSchool of Environmental Sustainability + Quinlan School of BusinessLoyola University Chicagosku@luc.edu+1.404.210.7881www.sarahku.com