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WAM Doctoral Student and Junior Faculty Consortia Applications now available

  • 1.  WAM Doctoral Student and Junior Faculty Consortia Applications now available

    Posted 17 days ago

    2023 Western Academy of Management Conference - Junior Faculty and Doctoral Student Consortia

    Wednesday, March 22nd 3:00pm through Thursday, March 23rd through 4:00pm

    Apply by January 31st, 2023

    The Junior Faculty Consortium and the Doctoral Student Consortium hosted by the Western Academy of Management (WAM) will be held Wednesday through Thursday, March 22-23rd, 2023, in-person in Reno, Nevada, along with the WAM Annual conference and meeting. We invite doctoral students at all stages in their program to apply for the Doctoral Consortium and all junior faculty to apply for the Junior Faculty Consortium. We especially welcome newcomers to the WAM conference!

    The aim of the consortium is to build a supportive community of scholars at all stages of the profession. The consortia program will offer panels, presentations and small group discussions about research, publishing, teaching, and other career-related issues. There will be opportunities to network with scholars, journal editors, JMI career award winners, award winning ascendant scholars, past WAM presidents, and other conference attendees. Attendees must commit to attending the full session, and plan to join the included networking dinner on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2022 evening.


    Please apply to be considered for attending the consortium by using the appropriate link below.

    WAM Doctoral Student Consortium Application Link

    WAM Junior Faculty Consortium Application Link 


    Applications must be received by January January 31st, 2023. Apply early as space is limited. Applications will be processed on a first-come, first-serve basis. All doctoral students and junior faculty registered for WAM are eligible to attend the consortium at no extra cost.


    For any questions regarding this, please contact the consortium organizers: Dr. Chris Bradshaw (cbradshaw3@csustan.edu) and Dr. Kyle Emich (kemich@udel.edu). We hope to see you in Reno!

    About WAM

    WAM began in 1960 as an independent affiliate of the Academy of Management, to foster the general advancement of knowledge in the theory and practice of management in its domestic and international, and public and private, applications. It supports educational and research activities in the field of management and works to improve the teaching of management and promote professionalism in the practice of management.​​ For more information, go to: https://www.wamonline.org/what-we-do

    Alex Bolinger
    Idaho State University
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