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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 286 | Submission: 10836 | Sponsor(s): (ENT)
Scheduled: Saturday, Aug 11 2018 10:00AM - 12:00PM at Hyatt Regency Chicago in Toronto
ENT Late Career Consortium
ENT Late Career Consortium
TeachingPracticeInternationalTheme: Improving LivesResearch

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Organizer: Jerome Katz, Saint Louis U.
Presenter: Zoltan Acs, George Mason U.
Presenter: Barbara Jean Bird, American U.
Presenter: Candida G Brush, Babson College
Presenter: Kimberly A. Eddleston, Northeastern U.
Presenter: Robert C. Ford, UCF & Roy E. Crummer School of Business, Rollins College
Presenter: William B. Gartner, Babson College
Presenter: Ralph Hanke, Bowling Green State U.
Presenter: Jerome Katz, Saint Louis U.
Presenter: Roland E. Kidwell, Florida Atlantic U.
Presenter: Scott R. Safranski, Saint Louis U.
Facilitator: Kelly G. Shaver, College of Charleston
Facilitator: Julio O. De Castro, IE Business School
Facilitator: Linda F. Edelman, Bentley U.
Facilitator: Maribel Guerrero, Newcastle Business School
Facilitator: David Ahlstrom, Chinese U. of Hong Kong
Facilitator: Jill R. Kickul, USC Marshall School of Business
Facilitator: Andrew Lewis Maxwell, York U.
Facilitator: Sibin Wu, U. of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Facilitator: Lorraine Marie Uhlaner, EDHEC Business School
The Entrepreneurship Division has historically improved the lives of its members through providing career-stage PDWs such as the Doctoral Consortium, the Junion Faculty Consortium, and the Mid- Career Consortium. A number of senior members of the Division suggested extending this to senior faculty with a consortium focused on their needs. The session at the 2017 AOM Meeting in Atlanta was generally viewed as a success, and provided useful feedback for future efforts, so we are proposing another late- career session for the 2018 meeting. This year’s effort will be structured along the lines of a room-full of breakout sessions, with each table set with one presenter, who can introduce a topic and engage in Q&A with fellow participants. These sessions are scheduled to last 20 minutes, so that participants can get a broad range of thoughts during the event. Our aim is to bring together Division members from a broad range of perspectives and institutions to share insights with late career faculty on the following nine topics: (1) Decisions that allow the self to thrive: Making the most of late careers, (2) The Boomers Retire from Academe, (3) Aging Faculty in the Digital World, (4) Writing for books and the web, (5) The Last Great Work? Musings on Ways to Climb Everest, (6) What’s a CASS and Why Senior Scholars Should Care, (7) An Entrepreneurial Approach to Designing your Later Stage Career, (8) Making an Impact Through Community Engagement, (9) Changing Tracks: Moving to Administrative Work in Your Career and Beyond .
Pre-registration is required for this session. To register online, please visit The deadline to register online is August 9, 2018.
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