TIM Junior Faculty Consortium 2023
Call for Applicants
If you are an Assistant Professor (or post-doc) and teach or conduct research in the domain of Technology and Innovation Management, the TIM Junior Faculty Consortium is for you! The TIM Junior Faculty Consortium will be held at the 2023 Academy of Management meeting and is organized by the Technology and Innovation Management division of the Academy.
The Consortium will provide insights that you need to thrive in the increasingly challenging academic environment. It focuses on strategies for building a career and increasing impact as a scholar and teacher. It will feature outstanding senior faculty members with proven research and teaching records, who will lead interactive discussions about how to balance the competing pressures of teaching, research and service. They will provide first-hand and detailed advice about how to build a successful academic career in a range of different institutional settings. Most importantly, participants will receive feedback on their "research trajectory" from their peers and senior faculty.
To qualify applicants must be at least starting as an assistant professor (or post-doc) in an academic institution in the Fall of 2023 and have no more than six years of experience by August 2023.
The Consortium is tentatively scheduled for Saturday August 5th (though this is subject to change).
To apply, please complete the registration form (https://forms.gle/5mBNPrycPKygHVC19). Our deadline is June 15th, 2023, however we encourage you to apply early. We will take applications on a rolling basis until enrollment is full. Accepted participants will be required to submit a write-up of their research trajectory with tenure requirements at their respective universities for the Research Trajectory Exercise by July 16, 2023. Details on that will be sent out to accepted applicants in early July.
For any questions, please email the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
2023 TIM Junior Faculty Consortium Co-Chairs
Colleen Cunningham (Univ. of Utah, Eccles School of Business) and Maria Roche (Harvard Business School)
Harvard Business Schoolmroche@hbs.edu