Mid-year Doctoral Colloquium 2017
GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY, SOUTH BANK CAMPUS, BRISBANE
22-23 June 2017
CALL FOR PAPERS
The 2017 ANZMAC Mid-Year Doctoral Colloquium, hosted by Griffith Business School, is open to enrolled doctoral students who are at any stage of their doctoral training. Entry will be a competitive process as the colloquium will be limited to 30 student participants. Doctoral students will submit and present aspects of their doctoral work and receive feedback and mentoring from senior researchers. This doctoral colloquium will also feature presentations by leading world-class scholars including Professor Mark Uncles (University of New South Wales), Professor Sharyn Rundle-Thiele (Griffith University), and Visiting Associate Professor Sameer Deshpande (Department of Communications and New Media at the National University of Singapore).
The co-chairs of the Doctoral Colloquium are Associate Professor Krzysztof Kubacki and Dr. Denni Arli.
Participation is based on how far you are into your candidature: Students will be divided into two tracks to allow sessions to be tailored to students at different stages of completion:
Feedback from established scholars in your area of research: Participants’ proposal will be reviewed by two scholars within their field (or as close as possible) and feedback will be provided following the presentation at the Doctoral Colloquium. Participants will each be given 15 minutes for their presentation and 15 minutes for feedback, questions and discussion.
Partake in peer review and build your network: Participants will be placed into peer groups based on similarity of topics or research methods to be able to participate in relevant presentations and discussions. This is designed to enhance peer-review skills and facilitate networking.
Participate in workshops: Several presentations and discussions will be held by world class academics covering topics such as advancing your early career, juggling work and leisure and living a creative, fun and sustained academic life and working outside academia.
Paper submissions open : 27th February 2017
Papers submissions close : 14th April 2017
Authors notified of paper outcome : 8th May 2017
Doctoral Colloquium held from : 22nd – 23rd June 2017
Submissions are invited via email: email@example.com
Students wishing to attend the Mid-Year Doctoral Colloquium are asked to submit the following before 14th April 2017:
ANZMAC CONFERENCE TRAVEL AWARDS FOR DOCTORAL STUDENTS:
ANZMAC Conference Travel Awards for Doctoral Students are offered to participants in the Doctoral Colloquium. Up to four awards are available to assist full-time doctoral students who wish to attend the Mid-Year Colloquium and need funding to do so. Applicants must be studying at an institution that holds Institutional Membership of ANZMAC. Submissions require a one-page justification for why and how much funding is required to be included with the submitted proposal. Selection will be based on proposal merit and justification of funding needs.
ANZMAC MID-YEAR DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM BEST PAPER AWARD:
Participating in the Colloquium offers the opportunity to win the ANZMAC Mid-Year Doctoral Colloquium Best Paper Award. The selection for the ANZMAC Doctoral Colloquium Best Paper Award is based on the quality of the submitted proposal and the students' presentation during the Colloquium.
DOCTORAL COLLOQUIM COSTS:
Early Bird registration (up to 31st May 2017) - AUS$ 150 (includes GST)
Full Registration (1st June 2017 onwards) - AUS$ 180 (includes GST)
The Doctoral Colloquium fees will cover coffee/tea breaks and lunches, entry into parallel sessions, keynote speeches, and the Colloquium Dinner.
Griffith University, Southbank Campus. Griffith's South Bank Campus is ideally located in Brisbane's picturesque South Bank Parklands. The campus is only a 10-minute walk from the Brisbane CBD and is adjacent to the Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, the State Library, Museum, Performing Arts Complex and the Brisbane Exhibition and Convention Centre. Address: 226 Grey Street, South Bank, Qld 4101.
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2017 ANZMAC Membership
ANZMAC is pleased to welcome the following institutional members who have renewed for 2017:
Institutional membership entitles your organisation's staff and students to be nominated for ANZMAC awards, provides staff and student discounts at the 2017 ANZMAC conference, and offers you opportunities to become more involved in our community.