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2010 NPHD WORKSHOP: STRUCTURING A COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE FOR DOCTORAL EDUCATION


BRUSSELS, FEBRUARY 11-12, 2010
CHAIR

This workshop series is chaired by Professor Paul COUGHLAN, Trinity College Dublin and EIASM Board Member.

NPHD TASK FORCE

The EIASM - NPhD (Network of PhD Directors) Task Force is composed of the following members:

Professor Pierre BATTEAU, Directeur Ecole Doctorale de Sciences Economiques et de Gestion, Aix-Marseille, France; President of EDAMBA and Vice-President EIASM
Professor Paul COUGHLAN, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, and Board Member EIASM (Chair)
Professor Marie-Laure DJELIC, ESSEC Business School , France, and Board Member EIASM
Dr.Thomas JORGENSEN,  Head of Unit, EUA-Council for Doctoral Education, Belgium
Professor Colin PILBEAM,Director PhD Programme, Cranfield School of Management, UK
Mrs. Gerry VAN DYCK, Secetary General EIASM, Belgium

PANEL MEMBERS

We are happy to announce that the following experts will be joining us for the panel discussions:

Professor Dimitris ASSIMAKOPOULOS, DBA Director of the Joint Degree with the University of Newcastle, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France and Secretary-General EDAMBA
Mrs. Judith FRY, Deputy Director - Academic Affairs, London Business School, UK (TBC)
Professor Kerstin SAHLIN, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Uppsala University, Sweden
Professor Paul STONEMAN, Associate Dean -Doctoral Programme, Warwick Business School, UK
Professor Raymond Alain THIETART, Director of Doctoral and PhD Programmes, ESSEC Business School, France
Professor Marleen WILLEKENS, Academic Coordinator PhD Programmes in Applied Economics, KuLeuven, Belgium
 

BACKGROUND

EIASM continues to host a number of special events on the developments and the future of Doctoral Education in Management in Europe.  The EIASM - Academic Council Meeting in Helsinki in September 2009 provided an opportunity to discuss the theme "Network creation for doctoral Education".  The contributions focused particularly on implications for mobility, engagement, recognition and continuity.

We are pleased to announce the first 2010 event in this series.  This time the workshop will take place at EIASM in Brussels, Belgium on 11-12 February 2010. It is organised with the support of the EUA-Council for Doctoral Education and EDAMBA.  The theme of the workshop is: Structuring a Community of Practice for Doctoral Education.
Contributions will relate to implications for forms of organisation, recruitement, curriculum, supervision and ethics.

This meeting will be of particular interest to those institutions that are new to the doctoral education or are contemplating launching a doctoral programme.

Members of the EIASM - NPhD Task Force, as well as external experts and representatives of the Academic Council Members and the European Associations involved in Doctoral Education, will share their ideas and experiences during this workshop.

PROGRAMME AND PRESENTATIONS

For a detailed programme outline, please click here

Presentations made by Panel Members:

          Judith FRY, Deputy Director - Academic Affairs, London Business School, UK

         Paul STONEMAN, Associate Dean -Doctoral Programme, Warwick Business School, UK

        Raymond-Alain THIETART, Director of Doctoral and PhD Programmes, ESSEC Business
        School, France

         Marleen WILLEKENS, Academic Coordinator PhD Programmes in Applied Economics, KuLeuven, Belgium,

       Dimitris ASSIMAKOPOULOS,, Director of the Joint Degree with the University of Newcastle, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France, and Secretary General EDAMBA 

       Paul COUGHLAN, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland & Past-President and Board Member of  EIASM 

       Kerstin SAHLIN, Deputy vice-Chancellor, Uppsala University, Sweden
 

 Plenary Presentation:

 "Doctoral Programmes for the European Knowledge Society – The Salzburg Principles " 

Thomas JORGENSEN, Head of Unit, EUA Council for Doctoral Education, Belgium

PRACTICALITIES

LOCATION :

The whole workshop will take place in the Hotel Métropole in which the EIASM premises are located (Place De Brouckère-plein 31, 1000 Brussels, Belgium).

The Hotel Métropole is marvelously well located right in the historical centre of Brussels, just a few steps away from the “Grand-Place”, the “Bourse” and the “Theatre de la Monnaie” and close to the central and north railway stations, that each have direct connections to Brussels International airport.

ACCOMMODATION :

Participants are directly in charge of their own hotel bookings. We can make a few suggestions of places very conveniently located vis-à-vis EIASM:

* Hotel Métropole ***** (conference location) PLEASE BOOK AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
Place de Brouckère 31 - 1000 Bruxelles
http://www.metropolehotel.com

During the week :
Superior Single room at € 155 ,-/ night
Superior Double room at € 185,-/night
including buffet breakfast and all taxes !!!

During the week-end :
Superior Single room at € 140 ,-/ night
Superior Double room at € 140,-/night
including buffet breakfast and all taxes !!!

To take advantage of these special rates, please mention “EIASM” when making your reservation.

Contact : Mr.Chafik HABIB
Tel. : + 32 2 214 24 25 or + 32 2 214 24 26 or + 32 2 2142424
Fax : 32 2 2180240
Email : info@metropolehotel.be

* Hotel NH Atlanta (next door) ****
Boulevard Adolph Max 7
1000 Brussels

Special rate (single or double room) 155 EUR (including breakfast)
Tel 00800 0115 0116 (free of charge) - reservations@nh-hotels.com
Please mention "EIASM " when making your reservation.

RESOTEL can also help you to find a room at a competitive price : info@resotel.be
The search system of the company RESOTEL can be found on: http://www.belgium-hospitality.com/

PARTICIPATION FEE :

This fee includes participation in the workshop, luncheons, the dinner, coffee breaks and refreshments.
 

Fees will be posted shortly

Payments should be made by :

  • The following credit cards: Visa or Eurocard/Mastercard/Access

ADMINISTRATION

Ms. Gerry Van Dyck - EIASM Conference Manager
EIASM - PASSAGE DU NORD - 19 - 1000 BRUSSELS - BELGIUM
Tel: +32 2 226 66 66 - Fax: +32 2 512 19 29
Email: vandyck@eiasm.be