Are you chasing one of the January conference submission deadlines? Do you have a paper 'in the drawer' that needs a fresh perspective? Would you benefit from the discussion with someone working in your area? Then sign-up up for the GRONEN writing sprint!
PART I: Short keynotes on the importance of academic writing for our profession and how to find healthy writing habits. Confirmed speakers include Charlotte Cloutier, HEC Montreal, who runs academic writing blog Project Scrib, and Bobby Banerjee, Bayes Business School, and Associate Editor at Business & Society.
PART II: Based on the topic of your paper, we will match you with two other participants. You will receive a friendly review, engage in a writing exercise to improve your paper, and you will have some time to jointly 'sprint' towards the finishing line.
Please note: Part I is open to everyone who registered. Part II is only open for authors who had a paper accepted.
We welcome proposals and submissions in development, but contributions should have a minimum of 2,000 words and focus on organizations and the natural environment. Important: Participants commit to attending the workshop upon acceptance and to reading two other papers in the week prior to the workshop.
DATE & LOCATION: 15 December 2021, 14:00-17:00 CEST, SCOOCS (online)
HOST: Christina Bidmon (Utrecht University), Arijit Paul (University of Graz)
REGISTRATION (open part): Register under https://forms.gle/MsC1mUNvQbarTU948 until Dec 10.
SUBMISSION (closed part): Send your paper to firstname.lastname@example.org by Dec 6.
We look forward to seeing you!
Christina & Arijit