Webinar Announcement: How to Develop Research Topics: From idea generation to project completion. — by Dr. Rajesh Bhargave
AMA DocSIG invites you to a webinar by Dr.Rajesh Bhargave, Associate Professor of Marketing at Imperial College Business School. This webinar is directed toward helping doctoral students understand the journey of research projects as they proactively develop their research pipeline for the job market.
Dr. Rajesh Bhargave’s webinar will be conducted at 2.00 pm CST (8.00 pm UK time) on Tuesday, 1 February 2022, for tentatively 60 minutes.
Dr. Bhargave will share her insights the following topics:
- How to spark the research idea?
- How to find your Research Niche?
- Daily Practicalities of a Research Pipeline: slow multitasking when juggling different projects.
- How to fail fast?
- How to create and manage a sufficient research pipeline?
So lets think about research ideas with Dr. Rajesh Bhargave on Feb 1, 2022 02:00 PM Central Time (8.00PM UK time) by saving the zoom link below.
Meeting ID: 949 1473 5109
Please sign up for the session: https://leedsubs.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4OYHTU3OpIlx5wW
Please note, this webinar is exclusive to AMA DocSIG members who sign up with AMA Doctoral SIG. Students who are not AMA DocSIG members need to have an AMA Registration, and then sign up for AMA DocSIG.
Webinar Announcement: Networking in Academia! — by Dr. Ryan Hamilton
AMA DocSIG invites you to a webinar by Dr. Ryan Hamilton, Associate Professor of Marketing at Goizueta Business School, Emory University. This webinar aims to help doctoral students understand the importance of networking in academia and how to leverage the network.
Dr. Hamilton’s webinar will be conducted at 2.00 pm -3.00pm CST on Tuesday, 25 January 2022, for tentatively 60 minutes. Dr. Hamilton will share his insights on how to network in academia leveraging his experience collaborating with other academics and consulting with big brands such as Walmart, FedEx Caterpillar, Visa and many more.
He will provide his perspectives on the following topics:
- Networking in academia. Why is it important?
- Networking as a Ph.D. student. When and how?
- Collaborating with other academics
- Collaborating with industry
- How to approach collaborations. What you should not do!
Please sign up for the session and leave any question you would like Dr. Hamilton to answer, using the survey link provided and save the zoom link given: https://leedsubs.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6qTvMvVqfEYaQxo
Please save the zoom link to attend the webinar.
Meeting ID: 910 2139 5442 Passcode: 062767
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