EMES PhD Committee successfully held a webinar

EMES PhD Committee successfully held a webinar "Let’s get Abstract"

As the deadline for abstract submission for the #9EMESconf is getting closer, our PhD Committee was curious to learn more about topics such as what the scientific committees look for when they analyse the submissions for the conference, how to write a great abstract and get familiar with 9th EMES Conference thematic lines. 

EMES longstanding member and editor in Chief of Social Enterprise Journal, professor  Michael Roy led the online session and let us into some of the secrets of academic writing!
We are grateful to Michael Roy and his colleagues Davorka Vidović, Danijel Baturina and Alex Bignotti for being available to support PhD Community and guide them on their academic journeys.

We would like to remind you that the abstract submission for the 9th EMES International Research Conference: Act locally, change globally: Social enterprises and cooperatives for more resilient economies and societies close in less than a week on Monday, 6 March 2023. This is the final abstract submission deadline, so don’t miss out on this opportunity to showcase your work!  Abstracts are being accepted for paper, poster, and panel proposals.

EMES PhD Committee

Who we are?

The “PhD Community” are a group of PhD students affiliated with the EMES Network that voluntarily work in a collective– almost unstructured–fashion to carry out different
projects to assist other PhD students of the Network. PhD Committee group aim is to provide access to relevant information and PhD advice.

How do we work together?

The whole team “adopts” different functions to carry out specific tasks depending on the project’s demands.
Within each project, some members participate more in the building-up process and others in the delivery of it. Most of them contribute along various stages.
Ultimately, each member’s contribution depends on availability, mostly determined by PhD and work-related responsibilities. This method of collaborative working resulted in very effective overall as a proactive and can-do attitude is very present in all members.

 EMES supports PhD researchers and students as they are essential to the achievement of our mission. This is why we encourage PhD students in the SE field to join the Community and get in touch, exchange information, and propose actions based on self-management and mutual respect. The current elected representative of this Community is Kerryn Krige, so please get in touch with her to learn more about PhDs topics and areas of interest.

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