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DBA Info Session: Meet the alumni!

Register: Monday, May 23 at 5 pm CEST

Register: Thursday, June 2 at 5 pm CEST

Care to learn about how a doctorate transformed the lives of our alumni? Want to learn how some pivoted from a corporate career to a strategic role in elite consulting, or how others moved into the field of academia as valued practitioner-scholars? Finally, do you want to learn about how these ambitious individuals survived and thrived in a part-time doctorate to exert a powerful impact in their communities and fields of practice?

Come to our “Meet the DBA Alumni” Panel on Monday, May 23 or Thursday, June 2 at 5 pm Paris time (8 am PDT, 11 am EDT). 

This great networking opportunity is open to both future and current students alike!


Miss our recent webinars? Check out the recordings:

How to Identify your Research Topic
February 14, 2022, Speaker: Dr. Pierre-Yves Sanséau
View the webinar

Developing your Research Topic for Organizational and Societal Impact
March 10, 2022, Dr. Michelle Mielly
View the webinar

The Supervisor-Student Relationship
March 17, 2022, Dr. Jie YAN
View the webinar

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DBA Research Enrichment Webinar Series

The DBA Research Enrichment Webinar Series consists of highly interactive virtual workshops designed to keep your research skills sharp and fresh. Complementary to the compulsory workshops and seminars of the DBA program, these webinars are available to current DBA students and DBA alumni when space is available.

Contact us to register!

June

Ethical Issues in Academic Research
• June 7, 2022, 5pm-7pm (Paris-time)

Instructor: Dima Louis

Available to current students and alumni
Registration opens May 10

In this introductory course, we will use an online interactive game in order to examine some of the ethical issues in conducting academic research. These include, but are not limited to, issues related to co-authorship, confidentiality, data collection, data analysis, and plagiarism.

June

Ontology and Epistemology
•  June 27, 5pm-7pm (Paris-time)

Instructor: Taran Patel

Available to current students only
Registration opens June 8

This 2-hour webinar on Ontology, Epistemology aims to revisit the basic concepts in social science research and demystify some of the confusing terms you hear and read about on a regular basis in research literature.

Updated on 09 May 2022 at 6h03 pm