Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 16 | Submission: 14654 | Sponsor(s): (ONE)
Virtual session type: Real-time Open
Organizations and the Natural Environment Doctoral Consortium Part 1
ONE Doctoral Consortium Part 1

Organizer: Steven Kennedy, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus U.
Organizer: Sara B. Soderstrom, U. of Michigan
Participant: Joel Gehman, U. of Alberta
Participant: Minna Halme, Aalto U. School of Business
Participant: W Chad Carlos, Brigham Young U.
Participant: Daniel Nyberg, U. of Newcastle
Participant: Anna Kim, McGill U.
Participant: Jean-Pascal Gond, City, U. of London
Participant: Dror Etzion, McGill U.
Participant: Nardia Haigh, U. of Massachusetts
Participant: Garima Sharma, Georgia State U.
Participant: Matthew Lee, New York U.
Participant: Sukhbir Kaur Sandhu, U. of South Australia
Participant: Valentina De Marchi, Department of Economics and Management, U. of Padova
Digital Session Chair: P Devereaux Jennings, Alberta School of Business
The ONE Doctoral Consortium aims to offer a networking, learning, and research reflection opportunity to doctoral students engaged in organizations and the natural environment (ONE) research. In addition to doctoral students with a primary interest in environmental research, this doctoral consortium is designed for doctoral students whose focus research area is outside of ONE but who also focus on environmental issues in their work. A maximum number of 24 doctoral students will be selected based on their research quality and representation of a diversity of academic institutions, geographic interests, and research topics. The aim of the doctoral consortium is to provide doctoral students the opportunity to have faculty members reflect on their work, to integrate them in international research networks, and to create new networks of their own. The consortium will be cross-disciplinary and open to different theoretical perspectives and the faculty members involved come from different cultural and research backgrounds. The format of the doctoral consortium is informal and open, but doctoral students will come well-prepared to optimize the interaction with other doctoral students and faculty. The format will be a combination of dynamic sessions with the group as a whole as well as small roundtable sessions to ensure that doctoral students are able to get profound advice, learn about the work of others, and get to know each other. In this way, doctoral students will get to know and engage in dialogue with senior and junior ONE faculty from various parts of the world who will share their knowledge and experiences from their research, teaching, and careers.
The Organizations and the Natural Environment Doctoral Consortium is strictly invitation only and limited spaces are available. Doctoral students wishing to attend may contact the organizers Steve Kennedy and Sara Soderstrom for the approval code.
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