Please share widely with your PhD students that we extended the call for applicants for the AOM ONE Doctoral Consortium.The new deadline for applications is May 31st, 2019.
The ONE Doctoral Consortium offers networking, learning, and research reflection opportunity to doctoral students engaged in organizations and the natural environment (ONE) research. In addition to students with a primary interest in environmental research, this doctoral consortium is also open for those who even if their research focuses in a field outside of ONE, their work somehow studies environmental issues.
The consortium allows doctoral students at various stages of their program to engage with other like-minded students, and gain valuable mentorship from junior and senior faculty in their field. Doctoral students will have the opportunity to network with colleagues, ask candid questions to faculty, and discuss their research projects in an open environment.
These dialogues take place in small groups to maximize the interaction and engagement between all the students and faculty members. The program will include a session on future career opportunities and the ONE network as well as a session on creating impact hosted by Gail Whiteman. It will conclude with a reception that will include faculty participating in the doctoral consortium and other leading ONE researchers.
The ONE division will provide three scholarships (up to $1000) for applicants with financial need. Preference will be given to applicants from developing countries, from countries that are under-represented in the membership of the ONE Division, as well as to applicants that have no other opportunity to receive funding for attendance of the annual meeting. Should you wish to apply for one of these limited scholarships, please include a short statement in your application regarding your financial need and how this bursary could help you support your participation in the workshop and the AOM conference.
The ONE Doctoral Consortium will be held Friday, August 9th 2019 from 11:30 to 4:30pm followed by a social event for PhDs and faculty members (complete agenda is subject to change).
The ONE faculty members that will be there to exchange ideas include:
Applications are due by May 31st, 2019. However, we will be doing rolling admissions, so earlier applications are highly encouraged as the number of participants is limited. Once accepted, PhD students need to send a 10-page extended abstract of a paper prior to the conference
Looking forward to hearing from you!
With best regards,
Sylvia Grewatsch & Steve Kennedy
Chairs, ONE Division Doctoral Consortium