To our understanding, the main challenge in an academic career is balancing personal passions and preferences on the one hand and the needs of and pressures from various parties on the other while sustaining a meaningful career over time. How do we manage these conflicting demands, and how do we achieve impact and relevance in our careers? These questions nag any academic, let alone early career scholars, so we aim to create a space for their discussion.
In 2023, the pre-Colloquium Post-Doctoral and Early Career Scholars Workshop will focus on presentations, discussions, and small-group workshops dedicated to:
Our workshop will be hybrid, this means, it will be possible to attend our workshop either onsite or online. Plenary talks and panels will be streamed, and for the interactive discussions, we will designate online participants to an online roundtable.
For the initial submission of your application, you will be asked to provide information about your preferred mode of participation, should your application be accepted.
To be considered for participation in the pre-Colloquium Post-Doctoral and Early Career Scholars Workshop 2023, applicants should have completed their doctoral dissertation within the last five academic years (excluding maternity leave or similar).
For ASSIOA members, Post-Doctoral and Early Career Scholars Workshop 2023 application will require two obligatory steps:
Please apply for admission to the workshop by Tuesday, January 10, 2023, at the latest, and upload a single PDF file that contains the following information:
For more information visit EGOS website