The RRBM Community is pleased to invite doctoral students to join upcoming information sessions regarding two opportunities:
I. Philosophical Foundations of Responsible Research Doctoral Course
The Philosophical Foundations of Responsible Research doctoral course is an introduction to scientific research on business and management. It focuses on the philosophical foundations of empirical science. These foundational issues are central to the work of a scientist in constructing understanding and explanation of important phenomena in our natural and social world.
The highly interactive course will be offered virtually in the second half of 2023. Click here to review this year's course options, a sample syllabus, and testimonials from past participants; and use the links below to register for one of the two information sessions. Prospective applicants to the 2024 RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarship are especially encouraged to consider participating in this course.
- Information Session for the course offered by RRBM: Register here
Tuesday, 6 June at 9am US Pacific Daylight Time
- Information Session for the course offered by Hong Kong Baptist University: Register here
Wednesday, 7 June at 11am Hong Kong Time
Read "How to Apply" on this webpage for course application guidelines. Email the required current CV and one-page statement of interest (including pledge to fulfill course requirements) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be received by June 23, 2023. You will receive the decision of acceptance into the course on June 30, 2023.
II. RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarships
The 2024 RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarships will be awarded to select doctoral students in business schools who are conducting dissertation research aligned with the RRBM Principles of Responsible Research. Scholarship recipients receive financial support in the form of a scholarship of up to $10,000 USD as well as intellectual support from among the community of RRBM scholars, according to need. Eligible research topics will focus on economic inequality, racial, gender or other forms of social justice in organizations, thereby contributing to meeting one or more of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals. Applications will only be considered if the proposed research can provide actionable knowledge or ideas that firms or managers can use to develop policies or practices aimed at reducing economic and social injustice.
The eligible applicant is a doctoral candidate at the beginning stage of the dissertation research; is studying in a business school in any discipline (such as management, marketing, or operations) as long as the research falls within the domain described above; and is committed to the RRBM Principles of Responsible Research.
Prospective applicants are encouraged to consider attending one of the following information sessions:
· Scholarship Information Session A:
Wednesday, 7 June at 9am US Pacific Daylight Time: Register here
· Scholarship Information Session B:
Wednesday, 7 June at 6pm US Pacific Daylight Time: Register here
Applications will be accepted beginning January 1, 2024 through February 1, 2024. Award decisions will be announced May 1, 2024.
Application Guidelines and additional information, as well as a link to register to receive future communications about the scholarship, and frequently asked questions are available at www.rrbm.network/daretocare. Inquiries may be directed to email@example.com.
Anne S. Tsui
Emerita Professor Arizona State University, USA
Visiting Prof, Fudan University and Peking University
Past AOM President; Past AMJ Editor
Founding President, IACMR; Founding EiC, MOR
Co-founder, RRBM; AAAS Fellow