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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 36 | Submission: 15126 | Sponsor(s): (SIM)
Scheduled: Friday, Aug 10 2018 8:00AM - 4:30PM at Marriott Chicago Downtown - Magnificent Mile in Sheffield
Social Issues in Management Doctoral Student Consortium
SIM Doctoral Consortium

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Chair: Jegoo Lee, Stonehill College
Chair: Naomi A. Gardberg, City U. of New York, Baruch College
Presenter: Bradley R. Agle, Brigham Young U.
Presenter: Michael L. Barnett, Rutgers U.
Presenter: Bruce Barry, Vanderbilt U.
Presenter: Denis Collins, Edgewood College
Presenter: Niki Den Nieuwenboer, U. of Kansas
Presenter: Thomas J. Donaldson, The Wharton School, U. of Pennsylvania
Presenter: Robert Edward Freeman, U. of Virginia
Presenter: Virginia Woods Gerde, Furman U.
Presenter: Michelle Greenwood, Monash U.
Presenter: Jamie R. Hendry, Bucknell U.
Presenter: Irene Henriques, York U.
Presenter: Michael E. Johnson-Cramer, Bucknell U.
Presenter: Emilio Marti, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus U.
Presenter: Barry M. Mitnick, U. of Pittsburgh
Presenter: Katherina Pattit, U. of St. Thomas
Presenter: Robert A. Phillips, Schulich School of Business, YorkU (Canada)
Presenter: Kathleen Rehbein, Marquette U.
Presenter: Thomas J. Roulet, U. of Cambridge
Presenter: Erica Steckler, U. of Massachusetts, Lowell
Presenter: Harry J. Van Buren, U. of New Mexico
Presenter: James F Weber, Duquesne U.
Presenter: Sandra A. Waddock, Boston College
This professional development workshop (PDW) proposal introduces the doctoral student consortium intending to inspire and inform attending doctoral students about how they can be successful in their scholarship, teaching, service and in their lives as academics, especially in the area of Social Issues in Management (SIM). We anticipate considerable faculty involvement beginning with a SIM Division Welcome on Thursday evening, August 9th and finishing with a wrap-up in the afternoon on Friday, August 10th. We will host several notable SIM scholars who will share their knowledge, partake in panel debates and in other ways interact with and engage the doctoral students. The PDW is designed to be informative but will also involve breakout and interactive sessions, in which speakers and attendees will be organized based on their research and personal interests. In addition, we will help the attending doctoral students interact to create a next generation SIM community through dynamic programs held within the two-day schedule.
Pre-registration is required for this session. To register online, please visit Please contact the workshop organizer to obtain the approval code. The deadline to register online is August 9, 2018.
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