ACERE 2024 Doctoral Consortium (DC)
Are you pursuing a PhD on an entrepreneurship-related topic? Then this is for you!
When: Monday, 5 February 2024, from 9:30am to 5:00pm, including lunch, morning and afternoon tea, followed by an evening social event.
Where: University of Technology Sydney, UTS Business School
The 2024 ACERE Doctoral Consortium is a forum for doctoral students to learn and develop as scholars. Attendees can receive feedback from senior faculty on their research, learn how to develop a publication strategy and broader pathways for impact, and learn how best to prepare for the job market. The Doctoral Consortium is in-person and hosted at the iconic UTS Business School.
- To provide PhD candidates with expert feedback on their research and advice on key challenges in the dissertation process
- To learn how to develop a publication strategy and build impact pathways from early in the PhD project
- To support PhD candidates in developing their research portfolio, emphasising balancing publication outputs and societal impact
- To learn about the academic job market and opportunities in industry and government
- To facilitate and promote networking and meet leading Australian and international entrepreneurship researchers as well as other PhD candidates in an informal setting,
The day is organised as a combination of small group discussions, Q&As, panel sessions and informal opportunities to connect with other participants.
Confirmed Participating Faculty
- Dr. Jan Henrik Gruenhagen, University of Technology Sydney
- A/Prof. Jochen Schweitzer, University of Technology Sydney
- Dr. Saskia De Klerk, University of Sunshine Coast
- Deepa Subhadrammal, University of Technology Sydney
Confirmed Faculty and Mentors:
- Prof. Mathew Grimes, University of Cambridge
- Prof. Sophie Bacq, International Institute for Management Development
- Prof. Per Davidsson, Queensland University of Technology & Jönköping International Business School
- Prof. Karl Wennberg, Stockholm School of Economics
- A/Prof. Dilek Cetindamar Kozanoglu, University of Technology Sydney
*The list will be updated upon confirmation of further faculty and mentors.
Applications open online on 10 November and close on 10 December.
- A summary of your PhD project
- The stage you are at with your PhD project
- Your motivation for participating in the Doctoral Consortium
Registration has been closed.