The Public Interest Section and Gender Issues and Work Life Issues Sections are sponsoring the Doctoral Student and Early Scholar Consortium in conjunction with Joint Conference held March 27-28, 2020 in Washington, DC. We would like to thank the University of Central Florida’s Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting for thier generous sponsorship of the consortium.
The Consortium will be held Friday morning prior to the start of the conference. Breakfast will be provided during the consortium. The purpose of the Consortium is to stimulate students' and early scholars’ awareness of public interest research in accounting by providing a forum for discussion and opportunities for networking with other PhD students and early scholars interested in public interest, gender issues and worklife balance related topics.
Consortium participants will have the opportunity to discuss their research with peers and accounting scholars, and to receive personalized, constructive feedback and advice from leading Public Interest scholars:
- Natalie Churyk, University of Northern Illinois
- Amy Hageman, Kansas State University
- Marsha Huber, Youngstown State University
For the Consortium, please send a CV and a long abstract (or working paper not to exceed 12,000 words) to Charlie Cullinan (email@example.com) by February 28, 2020. Along with your submission, please indicate your school affiliation, year of PhD or years since completion of PhD, and topical research interests. Notification of acceptance will be sent early March. Participants will be expected to provide the final version of their working paper (not to exceed 12,000 words) by March 15, 2020.
Doctoral Student and Early Scholar Eligibility
Participation in the Consortium is open to PhD students who are in their final years of completing a PhD or scholars who obtained their degree between 2017 and 2019. Participants may have been trained in any functional area and in any research methodology.
We also invite doctoral students in their initial years of the program who have a desire to learn more about public interest research in accounting and auditing to attend the meeting as observers.
Doctoral Student and Early Scholar Registration Information
Thanks to a generous sponsorship from the University of Central Florida’s Kenneth G. Dixon School of Accounting, the Public Interest Section Doctoral Student and Early Scholar Consortium is free to selected participants. Both participants and observers must register for the Consortium.
For those who would also like to attend the Public Interest Section Midyear Meeting that follows the Consortium, the Midyear Meeting registration fee for students is $100 for early scholars it is $295.
Doctoral Student Scholarships
We will offer $500 travel stipend to two doctoral students who are participating in the consortium and attending the midyear meeting, based on financial need. Requests should be sent to Charlie Cullinan. Note: We cannot provide financial assistance for visa processing; however, we can provide a letter with the date and location of the Consortium once your application has been accepted.
Meeting Cancellation Policy
There is expected to be a wait list for participants in the consortium, so please cancel your registration if you are not able to attend. This will allow another who is wait-listed to attend the Consortium. Email your cancellation to the AAA Info@aaahq.org) and firstname.lastname@example.org. Cancellation requests received after February 24 will incur a $50 cancellation charge. No refunds will be available for cancellations after March 18, or for no-shows.
Doctoral Student and Early Scholar Consortium Schedule (Tentative)
|7:30 am-8:00 am
|8:00 am-9:00 am
||Introductions & panel discussion of the role of Public Interest and Gender Issues research in a research career
|9:00 am-10:15 am
||Breakout sessions, review of participants' research (submitted in advance)
|10:30 am-11:00 am
|11:00 am-11:40 am
||Navigating the editorial process: Responding to reviewer comments