Doctoral Internationalization Consortia
The Doctoral Internationalization Consortia are a series of consortia in the functional areas of business sponsored by the Centers for International Business Education and Research at Duke University
, Purdue University
, University of California - Los Angeles
, University of Michigan
, University of Pennsylvania
, University of Texas at Austin
, and the University of Washington
. The purpose of these consortia is to provide doctoral students in all functional areas of business an international perspective regarding the major issues and research questions that are related to their disciplines. The consortia will bring doctoral students together with prominent faculty whose traditional areas or research has not been international in scope, but who have recently internationalized their work. Students will attend talks conducted by faculty members as well as participate in group discussion sessions in which international research agendas are develop
Twenty-four students from quality institutions are selected to participate in the Consortium.* Those selected will be outstanding students who have not concentrated on the international dimensions of the subject. To qualify, students should be at an intermediate stage of their doctoral program, (i.e., beyond the first year, but not yet at the dissertation stage). Students will be selected on the basis of two major criteria:
- Academic qualifications and recommendations, and
- Major areas of interest within the discipline.
* Hotel accommodations and most meal costs are covered by the sponsoring institution; students or their home universities will pay for transportation expenses.
University of Washington, Information Systems, June 16-18, 2011
2011 Consortium Agenda • Faculty Mentor Bios • Student Presentation Groups
The 2011 Doctoral Internationalization Consortium Workshop in Information Systems, will be hosted by the University of Washington Foster School of Business in Seattle, WA.
The main purpose of the consortium is to stimulate long term research and teaching interests in international Information System topics among doctoral students from leading business schools and universities across the United States.
The consortium will bring together about 20 doctoral students from leading universities in the United States to attend talks and sessions conducted by faculty, and to participate in group discussions about the research agenda in global topics in Information Systems. Participants will hear presentations from—as well as engage in detailed research discussions with—leading information systems researchers, such as Professor Vallabhajosyula Sambamurthy from Michigan State University, Professor Amit Basu from Southern Methodist University, Professor Ramnath Chellappa from Emory University, Professor Karthik Kannan from Purdue University and Professors Debabrata Dey and Atanu Lahiri from University of Washington.
University of Pennsylvania, International Accounting, June 2010
Univeristy of Michigan, International Cultural Management/Org. Behavior, Spring 2009
University of Texas at Austin, International Marketing, Fall 2008
Duke University, Managing Strategic Change & Global Organization Design, May 2008
UCLA, International Finance, TBD
University of Washington, Information Systems, June 2008
Purdue University, International Operations Management, October 2007
University of Michigan, International Cultural Management/Organizational Behavior, Spring 2007
Sponsored by the Centers for International Business Education and Research:
University of California - Los Angeles
University of Michigan
University of Pennsylvania
University of Texas at Austin
University of Washington