COST co-organized 1st PhD webinar | ZAZ 2021 Map and Compass
The EMES PhD Committee has organized the ZAZ 2021 Map and Compass series specifically aimed at the PhD and Early Career Researchers (ERC) community as part of the COST Action Empower-SE whose goal is precisely to empower the next generation of SE scholars.
The first webinar of the series will, takes place on the 25th of February, 2021 and is dedicated to PhDs and ERCs, to help you to navigate the 8th EMES International Research Conference on Social Enterprise (#8EMESconf) taking place in October 2021 in #Zaragoza. With this webinar, the EMES community wants to give you all the tips and tricks on how to find an appropriate conference stream, how to prepare your presentation – and how to get the most out of the conference experience. The #8EMESconf is an excellent opportunity to showcase your work through a poster or paper presentation, so we would like to support everyone to submit and participate.
To this end, the webinar features two sessions from EMES members, Tracey Coule (Professor of Non-profit Work and Organization in the Department of Management, Sheffield Hallam University) and Benjamin Huybrechts (Associate Professor in Social and Cooperative Entrepreneurship, HEC Liège). In the first session, Tracey, who is also the #8EMESconf co-chair, will give her tips on how to fit the PhD research with the conference themes of the EMES conference in Zaragoza, but also wider issues around developing your academic identity and framing and articulating the PhD work in shorter pieces. The second session by Benjamin will shed light on the do’s and dont’s of presenting your work at the scientific conferences – more specifically, what to do in order to deliver a successful presentation and what pitfalls to look out for.
- The first session by Tracey Coule will talk about fitting your PhD research with the conference themes of the EMES conference in Zaragoza, but also wider issues around developing your academic identity and framing and articulating your PhD work in shorter pieces (conference papers, journal articles, book chapters and so on).
- In the second session, Benjamin Huybrechts will provide the insight into how to submit and present papers at the conferences, take the best out of conference participation in terms of networking and feed-back on your work, and remain connected to an academic community such as EMES.
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