MMA Doctoral Student Competition; Deadline 14 Jun 2021
Author: Lauren Beitelspacher
2021 Annual Outstanding Teacher-Scholar Doctoral Student Competition – Call for Submissions
MMA Fall Educators’ Conference Online: October 13-15, 2021
The Marketing Management Association (MMA) is delighted to announce the 2021 annual. The competition is open to all marketing doctoral students to recognize achievement and future promise in student learning and scholarship. Applicants must be currently enrolled in a doctoral program in Marketing and do not expect to graduate until December 2021 or later. The submission deadline is Monday, June 14, 2021. Please note that your submission indicates your intention to register and attend the conference if selected as a finalist. A complete submission must contain three PDFs, as noted below, submitted to the MMA Fall Conference submission portal:
- A member of your doctoral committee or senior faculty member’s letter of recommendation addressing your scholarly record, potential for future scholarship and your ability to foster student learning in and outside the classroom,
- A condensed curriculum vita (two pages, double-spaced, 12-point font) highlighting your scholarly and student learning achievements, and
- A teaching statement (three pages, double-spaced, 12-point font) describing your ability to engage and foster student learning, including any supporting
The judges will select three finalists who will present a 15-minute demonstration that best communicates their approach to student learning in any marketing area of their choosing at the 2021 MMA Fall Educators’ Conference. The competition judges will then select a winner based on each finalist’s demonstration, with all three recognized for their achievement during the conference. The winner will receive a $500 prize, and the two runners-up will each receive a $250 prize.
If you have any questions, please contact Lauren Beitelspacher, Competition Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Stefanie Boyer, Professor of Marketing, Bryant University
Adam Mills, Assistant Professor of Marketing, Loyola University New Orleans
Obinna O. Obilo, Assistant Professor of Marketing, Central Michigan University