ANZMAC Doctoral Colloquium Award: Participating in the Colloquium offers the opportunity to win the ANZMAC Doctoral Colloquium Award. The best paperat the Doctoral Colloquium will receive sponsorship from ANZMAC valued at $5,000 to attend the June 2013 EMAC Doctoral Colloquium (being held in Istanbul). Selection of the best paper will be based on the quality of the submitted proposal and the students’ presentation during the Colloquium. For more information please see the ANZMAC website.
Submission Guidelines for Colloquium
Students wishing to attend the Colloquium are asked to submit the following between the 1st June and 15th July 2012:
- A full research proposal of their study for those wishing to enter the Late Track (10 to 20 pages maximum).
- An extended abstract of their study for those wishing to enter the Early Track (maximum 5 pages).
- A one page cover sheet briefly answering the following questions:
- Title of Thesis
- Overall Research Objective
- List of Research Questions
- Methodology (Quant or Qual and main analytic technique if known)
- Three key concerns or questions you would like reviewers to consider when they critique your proposal.
- A one-page application for the $1,000 travel grant (only first time Colloquium participants are eligible to apply).
Please collate the cover sheet, proposal and application for the travel grant (should you wish to apply) into one document and follow the ‘Submit your paper’ link at the top of this page.
Participants will be advised by 31st August 2012 whether their submission has been successful and offered a position at the Colloquium
Note the successful student must be enrolled in a PhD program at an ANZMAC Institutional Member University preferably in at least their second year of full time studies (or equivalent part time).
The recipient of the award is determined by academics participating in the colloquium including ANZMAC Fellows and the Colloquium organizers. As the scholarship is intended to cover the costs of conference registration, accommodation and travel, it is expected that the successful student will receive support from his/her own university to cover any additional costs associated with attending the EMAC Doctoral Colloquium. If a suitable candidate is not identified, the award will not be made
- 2013, Abi Badejo, Griffith University
- 2012 Ana Mocanu, University of South Australia
- 2011 Angela Cruz, University of Auckland Business School, presenting “Acculturation as Performance: Southeast Asian Immigrant Consumers in New Zealand.”
- 2010 Jo En Yap, University of Melbourne, presenting “Doing Privacy”: Exploring the Nature of Consumer Privacy and the Strategies to Achieve Privacy”