DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM: 29 November - 1 December
SUCCESSFULLY NAVIGATING THE WINDS OF CHANGE
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The Doctoral Colloquium will take place from 29 November - 1 December. It will be followed by the main conference on 2 - 4 December 2019.
The ANZMAC Doctoral Colloquium is for students at all stages of their doctoral research. Consistent with the overall theme of ANZMAC 2019 (Winds of Change), the colloquium aims to provide doctoral students with an understanding of the contemporary challenges in marketing and an opportunity to question existing paradigms.
The colloquium will connect students with peers, leading marketing academics and mentors. The programme will encourage students to engage in lively discourse, helping them improve their skills and further their research in order to navigate the ‘winds of change’ in increasingly unsettling times.
To apply for the DC, students need to provide a 750-1000 word (excluding references) extended abstract about their chosen topic. Early stage students should focus on the research question they would like to address, the significance of the problem, and their proposed methodology. Later stage students should look to present (preliminary) findings and contribution to theory and practice. Early stage students are typically those who are yet to defend their research proposal or complete a related milestone. DC attendees may also choose to present their research at the main ANZMAC conference but there is an expectation that they will present a different facet of their research at the Doctoral Colloquium (different types of audience).
Students will be informed of their acceptance into the DC on the basis of the submitted extended abstract. Accepted students are then required to submit a more in-depth document by November 1st. The purpose of this document is to provide mentors with a reasonable overview of your work, and for you to highlight two or three aspects of your research in particular on which you would like feedback and discussion. The word limit is 3000-6000 words (excluding references). It may be less depending on the nature of the research and the aspects on which you would like to focus. The assigned mentors will provide feedback on the work at the DC presentation. All submissions should be sent directly to: [email protected].
DC KEY DATES:
27 May 2019
Extended abstract due:
Submissions are now closed
28 August 2019
Full Paper due:
1 November 2019
29 November - 1 December 2019
Grants & awards
The following grants and awards are offered to participants in the Doctoral Collquium.
ANZMAC DC Travel Grants (4 x AUD $1000) SUBMISSIONS HAVE CLOSED
The travel award is available to assist a full-time doctoral student who wishes to attend the Colloquium and needs funding to do so. Applicants must be studying at an institution that holds Institutional Membership of ANZMAC. Submissions require a one- page justification for why funding is required to be included with the proposal submitted. Selection will be based on proposal merit and justification of funding needs.
ANZMAC DC ‘Best Paper’ Award (1 x NZD $1500)
Participating in the Colloquium offers the opportunity to win the ANZMAC DC ‘Best Paper’ Award.
ANZMAC DC ‘Best Paper’ for Social Impact (1 x NZD $500)
Participating in the Colloquium offers the opportunity to win the ANZMAC DC ‘Best Paper for Social Impact’ Award.
Students wishing to attend the Doctoral Colloquium are required to send the following material to [email protected] before 15 July 2019:
1. An extended abstract of your research topic (750-1000 words, excluding references). Early stage students should focus on the research question they would like to address, the significance of their problem, and their proposed methodology. Later stage students should look to present (potentially early) findings in their extended abstract. Click the button further below for an example. The extended abstract should follow the following formatting guidelines:
- Font: Times New Roman 12pt
- Margins: 2.5cm all sides
- Spacing: Single Spaced, with one blank line between paragraphs.
- Referencing style: Australasian Marketing Journal format
2. Your submission should also contain a one paragraph (max 200 words) Motivation Statement that discusses why you want to attend the Doctoral Colloquium and what you would like to get out of it. Please be as specific as you can, i.e. what areas in your thesis do you wish to receive feedback on whilst at the ANZMAC Doctoral Colloquium. Include this paragraph on the cover page.
3. Your submission should also contain a 1 – 1 ½ half page cover page that includes the following information:
- Student’s name, affiliation, and contact details.
- Supervisor’(s’) name(s) and affiliation
- Short Abstract (no more than 200 words)
- 4-6 keywords about your research
- Motivation Statement (no more than 200 words)
- The cover page should follow the following formatting guidelines:
- Font: Times New Roman 12pt
- Margins: 2.5cm all sides
- Spacing: Single Spaced, with one blank line between paragraphs
Doctoral Colloquium Costs
|All prices include GST||Early Bird Registration|
(Until 3 October)
(From 4 October)
|Institutional Member||NZ $300||NZ $350|
|Non-Institutional Member||NZ $350||NZ $400|
Registration includes: participation in the doctoral colloquium, coffee breaks and lunches, welcome drinks & nibbles on Friday night (29 November 2019), and dinner on Saturday night (30 November 2019). The Doctoral Colloquium is primarily designed for current PhD students but recent HDR graduates are welcome to register so that they may engage with the seminars and discussions on offer.
The Doctoral Colloquium takes place at the main conference venue, Rutherford House, Pipitea Campus, Victoria University of Wellington. Please see the conference venue page for further information. To view a map, click here.