may, 2020

tue05may11:0012:00EFMD Doctoral Community WebinarSupporting business school doctoral programmes during the pandemic and post lockdown11:00 - 12:00 CEST Location: on-line

Event Details

How are you continuing to support students and supervisors remotely?

What are the implications for communications, communities, research training and conferences and formal record keeping?

What is happening about fieldwork, assessments and vivas, mental, physical, emotional and financial health, inequities, student progress and motivation, international and mature students, registrations, and contingency funding?

How is the crisis affecting student employability, new admissions and the way we do research post the lock down, especially in ethnography and sharing our research in workshops?

This webinar is an opportunity for you to network and discuss key issues arising to support doctoral students in business and management education during and post the current crisis.

Target group:

All faculty in charge of doctoral supervision.

Registration

Register here

Speakers for this event

  • Elena Braccia

    Elena Braccia

    PhD Programs Manager, Stockholm School of Economics, SE

    PhD Programs Manager, Stockholm School of Economics, SE

  • Julie Davies

    Julie Davies

    Reader, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

    Reader, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK

  • Karen Clegg

    Karen Clegg

    Head of Research Excellence Training, University of York, UK

    Head of Research Excellence Training, University of York, UK

  • Mark Smith

    Mark Smith

    Dean of Faculty, Grenoble Ecole de Management, FR

    Dean of Faculty, Grenoble Ecole de Management, FR

  • Nicola Palmer

    Nicola Palmer

    Head of Doctoral Training, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

    Head of Doctoral Training, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

Location

on-line

Time

(Tuesday) 11:00 - 12:00 CEST

Address

online event