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Deadline extension SIM-ONE Junior Faculty Consortium/ Funding available

  • 1.  Deadline extension SIM-ONE Junior Faculty Consortium/ Funding available

    Posted 30 days ago
    Academy of Management
    SIM-ONE Divisions' 2021 Junior Faculty Consortium
    "Reimagining SIM-ONE Scholarship" 


    The SIM-ONE Junior Faculty Consortium is an annual event that provides an opportunity for early career faculty members and postdocs who are members of the Social Issues in Management (SIM) and/or Organizations and the Natural Environment (ONE) divisions to network with senior faculty members, learn and develop their research ideas.

    The SIM-ONE Junior Faculty Consortium will take place on August 4th, 2021 and is scheduled for a 3h synchronous meeting and 1h asynchronous research discussion.

    We extend the application deadline to June 4th, 2021 and invite applicants to register for the online SIM-ONE Junior Faculty Consortium "Reimagining SIM-ONE Scholarship". The 2021 Annual Meeting's theme "Bringing the Manager into Management" invites us to rethink how our research and teaching are called on to shape what managers do on a day-to-day basis, especially in the highly uncertain context of the global pandemic and the social unrest that we currently face. In this year's consortium, we invite you to reimagine and rethink the distinctiveness of SIM-ONE's junior scholarly profile. We propose to delve into the discussion of our potential for contributing to meaningful and impactful research and teaching so that together we facilitate society's betterment much more than ever.

    The following group of esteemed senior faculty members has already agreed to participate in the virtual SIM-ONE Junior Faculty Consortium:

    • Sophie Bacq (Kelley School of Business, Indiana University)
    • Bobby Banerjee (City University London)
    • Hari Bapuji (University of Melbourne)
    • Jill Brown (Bentley University)
    • Maoliang Bu (Nanjing University; Ivey Business School)
    • Frank de Bakker (IESEG School of Management)
    • Dror Etzion (McGill University)
    • Caroline Flammer (Boston University)
    • Ed Freeman (Darden School of Business, University of Virginia)
    • Michelle Greenwood (Monash University)
    • Nardia Haigh (University of Massachusetts Boston)
    • Ralph Hamann (University of Capetown)
    • Minna Halme (Aalto University)
    • Andrew Hoffman (University of Michigan)
    • Nien-He Hsieh (Harvard Business School)
    • Bryan Husted (EGADE Business School)
    • Charlotte Karam (American University of Beirut)
    • Johanna Mair (Hertie School of Business, Stanford University)
    • Kathleen Rehbein (College of Business Administration, Marquette University)
    • Juliane Reinecke (King's College London)

     Now, all we need is you! The event is oversubscribed each year. We encourage you to apply early. We also invite Deans, Department Chairs, and other senior or junior faculty members to nominate their colleagues. The application process looks the following:

    • You must be in the first five years of your employment as a faculty member or a postdoctoral position.
    • Your application must include a short CV and an extended abstract of a working paper (not more than 5 pages). Please also indicate the two preferred senior scholars you would like to discuss your research with.
    • Please send your application to Sylvia Grewatsch sgrewatsch@brocku.ca (cc: Susana Esper, s.esper@ieseg.fr) by June 4, 2021.
    • We have a capacity for 30 participants. We will inform all applicants about the outcome of their application by June 15th, 2021.

    Please note that the SIM and ONE divisions have generously agreed to sponsor the registration fee of SIM or ONE members facing financial restrictions at their home institution as a result of the pandemic.

    The organizers for this year's consortium are Sylvia Grewatsch (ONE), Amanda Williams (ONE), Susana Esper (SIM), Vivek Soundararajan (SIM).

    The lead sponsor this year is the ONE Division. Please email any questions and comments to Sylvia Grewatsch sgrewatsch@brocku.ca (cc: Amanda Williams, awilliams@ethz.ch).

    We look forward to meeting you virtually!
    Sylvia, Amanda, Susana, and Vivek



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    Sylvia Grewatsch,
    Assistant Professor for Strategy,
    Goodman School of Business, Brock University

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