The Technology and Innovation Management Division is now accepting applications from Ph.D. students for its 2020 Doctoral Student Consortium and 2020 Doctoral Research Development Workshop to be held virtually and synchronously.
You can download the calls from here or read more below.
TIM Virtual Doctoral Student Consortium – Call for applications
When: Friday August 7 2020; 8am-1pm PDT (Vancouver time)
Application Deadline: June 20, 2020
Who should apply: The TIM doctoral consortium is aimed at Ph.D. candidates interested in technology, innovation, and related topics and who are preparing for the tenure-track job market. Preference is given to doctoral candidates at later stages of their PhD.
Description: The consortium is organized around three main events:
(1) Job Market Bootcamp: How should I approach the job market considering the current health and economic situation? How should I prepare for virtual campus visits including job-talks and 1:1 interview? We will also have a panel to share tips about finishing your dissertation and finding a job from home.
(2) Horizon 2025: Congrats, you got the dream job! Now you want to get tenure. We will spend another roundtable on a five-year visioning exercise (2020 + 5 = 2025) where you will forecast your future research statement and then receive detailed feedback from a faculty mentor on how to get there from here.
(3) Research Mentorship: Participants will have the opportunity to pitch their research to a faculty mentor and receive research feedback.
We will have informal networking sessions taking advantage of Zoom’s wonderful breakout rooms, and participants will be invited to the (in person!) reception that the TIM Doctoral Student Consortium will organize during AOM 2021 in Philadelphia.
Finally, we do not want financial constraints to preclude your participation to the consortium, so please let us know if the you require assistance in paying the AOM registration fee.
Faculty mentors: The program will include a keynote speech by Riitta Katila (Stanford University), and mentors come from a range of stages in career and research institutions. Confirmed to date are the following: Callen Anthony (New York University), Raj Choudhury (Harvard Business School), Annamaria Conti (HEC Lausanne), Colleen Cunningham (London Business School), Kenneth Huang (National University of Singpore), Reddi Kotha (Singapore Management University), Abhishek Nagaraj (UC Berkeley), Hakan Ozalp (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam), and Eunhee Sohn (Georgia Tech).
Application Process: Please complete the survey at this link.
The organizers of consortium are: Michaël Bikard (INSEAD) and Mahka Moeen (University of North Carolina). For any questions, please email the organizers at email@example.com.
TIM Virtual Doctoral Research Development Workshop (RDW) – Call for applications
When: Saturday August 8, 2020; 8-10am PDT (Vancouver time)
Application Deadline: June 20, 2020
Who should apply: We welcome applications from students at any stage of a PhD program. Participation in the doctoral consortium does not prohibit you from participating in this workshop.
Description: This Research Development Workshop (RDW) is designed as an idea-, paper-, and dissertation- development feedback meeting for PhD students interested in technology, innovation, creativity, product development, and related topics. Students may be at any stage of a PhD program, and similarly, the ideas brought to the workshop can range from initial ideas of a paper or dissertation to ideas stemming from a fully-developed paper. The workshop will feature extensive time dedicated to virtual round table conversations with faculty mentors about submitted research ideas from doctoral students.
Faculty mentors: Mentors include scholars whose research focuses on TIM areas. Confirmed faculty mentors thus far include (in alphabetical order by last name): Noshir Contractor (Northwestern University), Paola Criscuolo (Imperial College), Giada Di Stefano (Bocconi University), Maryann Feldman (University of North Carolina), Rory McDonald (Harvard Business School), Brian Wu (University of Michigan), with additional faculty mentors pending confirmation. Participation is limited to 30 students.
Application Process: To apply, please visit here and submit a (1) CV and (2) extended abstract (maximum of 3 pages / 1500 words) of your doctoral research.
The organizers of this event are: Cheng Gao (University of Michigan), Holmer Kok (Stockholm School of Economics), Jacqueline Lane (Harvard Business School), and Sruthi Thatchenkery (University College London). For any questions, please email the organizers at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to welcoming you to these events!