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Apply soon for the SAP Doctoral and Early Career Program (ECP) at the AOM Annual Meeting

  • 1.  Apply soon for the SAP Doctoral and Early Career Program (ECP) at the AOM Annual Meeting

    Posted 06-05-2024 12:46

    With the application deadline looming on June 9th, there are still spaces available in the SAP Doctoral and Early Career Program (ECP) on Friday, August 09, 2024 during the 84th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Chicago, Illinois, USA. In this full day event, the Strategizing Activities and Practices Interest Group (SAP IG) offers panels, workshops, roundtables, and networking opportunities designed to foster the development of a supportive academic community.

    Doctoral and early career scholars interested in SAP related topics, methods, and conversations are invited to apply.

    What: SAP Doctoral and Early Career Program (1-day)

    Where: Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Chicago, 2024

    When: Friday, August 09, 2024

    Who: Doctoral students, post-docs, and junior faculty Program: This year's program will include a series of carefully chosen Professional Development Work shops (PDWs) to enhance participants' SAP-related knowledge and provide opportunities for engaging similar minds.

    The day concludes with an exclusive Q&A session with this year's patron Professor Vern Glaser (University of Alberta) and participants have reserved seating at the official SAP Community Dinner. Please note that an application to the program requires the commitment to participate in all the scheduled activities.

    Application: The deadline for the application is June 9th, 2024.

    To apply, please send your application to

    You will be asked to share some information about yourself, including your career stage, your research project and its fit with SAP (if applicable), and why you would like to take part in the program. Space is limited to 20 participants.

    Acceptances will be announced after the deadline for applications has closed.

    Financial Support Available: The SAP IG can provide financial support to individuals experiencing circumstances of financial hardship and/or coming from under-represented groups within the AOM SAP community, including ECP scholars. This initiative aligns with our ongoing commitment to inclusivity and support and is consistent with our efforts in previous years. If you would like to learn more about financial support options and determine your eligibility for any of the schemes, please contact Mustafa Kavas (

    Organizers: Daniel Gäckle, Ashley Hockensmith, Tyson Rallens, Jennifer Sloan, & Verena Timmer

    Tyson Rallens
    DPhil Candidate in Strategic Management 
    Clarendon Scholar
    Saïd Business School
    University of Oxford