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. We are happy to announce that this year, our event will be held hybrid so that everyone can participate, face-to-face in Seattle or virtually!
We would like to invite applicants to register for the hybrid SIM-ONE Junior Faculty Consortium. The event will take place on Friday, August 5th, 2022, from 8 am to 12 pm (Seattle time). Save the date!
Under the subject "How SIM-ONE scholarship can contribute to the creation of a better world", and echoing the annual meeting theme "Creating a better world together", the consortium will delve into a discussion of our potential for contributing to meaningful and impactful research amid grand societal challenges that evolve at an unpredicted pace and scale, such as COVID-19, social unrest, and climate change.
The following esteemed senior faculty members have agreed to participate in the virtual SIM-ONE Junior Faculty Consortium:
Now, all we need is you! We encourage you to apply early because the event is oversubscribed each year. We also invite deans, department chairs, and other senior or junior faculty members to nominate their colleagues. The application process is the following:
The organizers for this year's consortium are Susana Esper (SIM), Jason Pattit (SIM), Amanda Williams (ONE), and Ju Young Lee (ONE).
The lead sponsor this year is the SIM Division. Please email any questions and comments to Susana Esper at email@example.com (cc: Jason Pattit, firstname.lastname@example.org).
We look forward to meeting you in Seattle (both face-to-face and virtually)!
Susana, Jason, Amanda, and Ju Young