Call for Applications
2014 New Faculty Development Consortium
October 23, 2014
Mark Peterson, Florida Atlantic University
Tom Lenartowicz, Florida Atlantic University
Submission Deadline: August 20, 2014
For the first time ever, AIB-SE is pleased to offer a new faculty consortium. The New Faculty Development Consortium is targeted towards faculty who are in the early stages of their academic careers and who would like to gain insights about teaching, research, publishing and professional development from a panel of experienced and successful faculty.
The New Faculty Development workshop provides a forum for interaction for new and junior faculty with senior faculty about how to prosper in their academic career. The workshop will focus on strategies for effective teaching, research, and overall career strategies for developing your career path in academia. You will have a chance to interact with an exciting team of faculty colleagues through experiential discussions and informal conversations, and to develop your network.
We are also pleased to announce that Dr. Jim Robins will lead a special seminar on survey research. The seminar will introduce the participants into the entire process of primary data collection, including research design, survey instrument design, sampling, data collection, and data cleaning. The seminar serves as a natural lead-in to the PLS-SEM seminar offered by Dr. Joe Hair during the afternoon.
The consortium will be held on Thursday, October 23, 2014 from 8:00 am to 12:15 p.m., as part of the AIB-SE conference. Although each participant will be required to register for the 2014 AIB-SE Annual Meeting, there are no additional fees for participating in this consortium.
7:30-8:00 – Continental breakfast
8:00-9:00 – Career management panel
9:00-10:00 – Teaching and Research Strategies
10:00-10:15 – Break
10:15-12:15 – Survey research seminar with Dr. Jim Robins, editor of Long Range Planning
12:15-13:15 – Networking lunch
13:15-17:30 – PLS Seminar with Dr. Joe Hair (this is optional and separate registration is required)
To facilitate close personal engagement, space for this workshop is limited and participation is by application only. We expect about 20 new faculty participants. We also invite deans, department chairs, former workshop alumni and other faculty to encourage their new faculty to apply.
Please apply to the consortium through the AIB-SE 2014 Online Submission System.
This is the submission system that you used to submit a regular paper to the conference (if you submitted one). Please select interactive in submission type and Junior Faculty Consortium in track.
Then you are forced to fill the boxes and complete all checks, even though these are not completely relevant for your consortium submission. For example, the submission is not supposed to be anonymous, but you must check that it is.
Application Content Requirements:
- Your curriculum vitae
- A short BIO
Please combine all material into one pdf file.
AIB-SE is one of the largest and most active regional divisions of the Academy of International Business’s 18 worldwide chapters. AIB-SE’s annual conference centers on the presentation of the newest ideas in international business to an international audience of academic scholars and business practitioners. The conference is characterized by a strong developmental focus, providing participants with a supportive and collegial platform to discuss and develop ideas, and mentoring and helping authors enhance their papers for publication.
Over the past three years, AIB-SE (www.aibse.org) has experienced a significant transformation and growth. AIB-SE has established itself as a valuable brand in the International Business community and the conference has become the preferred academic meeting of choice for almost 300 participants from nearly 40 countries.
About the Chairs
Dr. Tom Lenartowicz
Dr. Tomasz Lenartowicz earned his PhD degree at the University of South Carolina. He is Professor of International Business at the College of Business of Florida Atlantic University. His research interests are cross-cultural studies in IB. He has published in Journal of International Business Studies, Management International Review, Journal of World Business, and International Journal of Human Resource Management. He is on the Editorial Boards of three major IB journals.
Dr. Mark F. Peterson
Dr. Mark Peterson is a Professor of International Management at Florida Atlantic University and holds the Hofstede Chair in Cultural Diversity at Maastricht University. His principal interests are in culture and organization studies. He is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Organizational Behavior, and a Consulting Editor for the Journal of International Business Studies. He has recently joined David Thomas in completing a third edition of Cross Cultural Management: Essential Concepts (Sage Press, 2015), is co-editing with Mikael Soendergaard a focused issue of the Management International Review about geographic boundaries around cultural groups, and is editing a four-volume book set about Culture throughout the social sciences for Sage Press.