Doctoral student appointed BAM Full Time Doctoral Representative
Tue, 24 Feb 2015 16:05:00 GMT
Doctoral student Charlotte Warin has recently been appointed to the British Academy of Management (BAM) Council.
It’s a prestigious appointment for the second year PhD student who is currently researching the area of Responsible Management Education in the department of Strategy and Marketing at the Business School. The Business Management graduate was fast tracked to PhD study through a Scholarship scheme at the University of Huddersfield.
The one year position means Charlotte will be representing the interests of doctoral students across the country and influencing the development and direction of the organisation through attendance at meetings in London and the Annual Conference which is taking place in Portsmouth this year.
“I was delighted to accept and am honoured to help represent all doctoral student members of BAM”, explained Charlotte, “In September of last year I attended the BAM conference in Belfast and had a really wonderful time, it was my first time attending a conference of this nature and it really opened my eyes and fuelled my enthusiasm for academia! I also got involved in the Sustainable and Responsible Business Special Interest Group (SIG) and became a PhD representative for them. Since the conference I’ve kept a keen eye on BAM events and news, attending workshops and developing my knowledge further, so when I discovered that the BAM Council was holding elections for Doctoral representatives I jumped at the chance.”