Academic writing and publishing is a critical aspect of being a successful scholar, with promotion, tenure, and effective teaching relying on publications in leading journals. Reviewing for journals is a crucial related activity. Many academics, in particular at their early stages of the academic career, find academic writing a challenge, for a variety of reasons. This workshop is intended to help overcome this challenge. The knowledge provided during the workshop will guide and inform future reviewing, writing and publishing.
The workshop will nourish and sustain professional development in a range of explicit and implicit ways; it aims to energized participants’ feeling about academic writing, to unveil the apparent mystery of publication process, and help academics make learned decision about their writing on the path to publication.
Facilitator: Professor Yehuda Baruch
Professor Baruch is the author of over 100 refereed journal papers, as well as over 30 book chapters and five books. He is the editor of Group & Organization Management (since 2007), former editor of Career Development International (2004-2007) and associate editor, Journal of Managerial Psychology (2002-2005). He served as the Chair of the Careers Division, the Academy of Management, and as a Track Chair in a number of major conferences.
Time: 2:30pm - 4:30pm
Location: G190c, Grove building, Hendon campus
Further information: This event is open to anyone who wishes to attend and is free. We particularly welcome any member of academic staff, particularly early career researchers and PhD candidates. To register your attendance, please email Elena Karoullas by April 10 E.Karoullas@mdx.ac.uk
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