2021 RRBM 博士论文奖学金通知
Do you know of (or are you) an exceptional doctoral student whose research is on various forms of injustice and aligns with the RRBM Principles of Responsible Research?
We are pleased to announce two upcoming information sessions regarding the RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarship. Please encourage eligible doctoral students to join. Both sessions will address the award application and selection process, and also allow time for questions from potential applicants.
- Information Session A: Register
Wednesday, 6 October at 5pm US Pacific Daylight, 8pm US Eastern Daylight，Thursday, 7 October at 8am China, 11am Australian Eastern Daylight See Event Time in Your Location
- Information Session B: Register
Thursday, 7 October at 8am US Pacific, 11am US Eastern Daylight Time, 5pm (17h) Central European Summer Time, 11pm China See Event Time in Your Location
About the RRBM Dare to Care Dissertation Scholarship:
Up to eight scholarships of $10,000 each will be awarded to doctoral students in business schools who are conducting dissertation research aligned with the RRBM Principles of Responsible Research. 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 be accepted beginning November 1, 2021, through December 1, 2021. Award decisions will be announced March 1, 2022.
The eligible applicant is a doctoral candidate at the beginning stage of the dissertation research; is studying in a business school in any of the disciplines as long as the research falls within the domain described above; and is familiar with the RRBM Principles of Responsible Research.
For additional information or to register to receive future communications about the scholarship, please visit www.rrbm.network/daretocare. Inquiries may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anne S. Tsui
Arizona State University and University of Notre Dame, USA
Peking University and Fudan University, China
Professor of Management and Sociology
University of Michigan Ross School of Business