Dr. Nikolai Wenzel, chair of the L.V. Hackley Chair for the Study of Capitalism and Free Enterprise in the Broadwell College of Business and Economics (BCBE) at Fayetteville State University, will continue the Hackley Research Series.
Dr. Nikolai Wenzel, chair of the L.V. Hackley Chair for the Study of Capitalism and Free Enterprise in the Broadwell College of Business and Economics (BCBE) at Fayetteville State University, will continue the Hackley Research Series. The fall 2019 series will be held on October 24 and November 14, 2019, from 3:45 to 5 p.m. in Room 247 of the BCBE.
The purpose of the Hackley Research Series is to support research by untenured faculty, and as the program grows, to expand the visibility of the College and the University by including junior faculty from neighboring universities. Untenured faculty in all departments at FSU may submit a proposal. Performances, poetry/fiction or exhibits, cannot be accommodated, only research projects leading to academic journal submission. Tenure-track faculty may submit an unpublished paper (with abstract), or an abstract showing that the unpublished paper is ready for presentation.
Applications are due two weeks before the seminar dates - October 10 for the October 23 seminar and October 31 for the November 14 seminar. Submit applications to: L.V. Hackley Chair, Dr. Nikolai G. Wenzel via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following: (1) a title, (2) an abstract, and (3) one or two suggested discussants (senior faculty in the relevant field).
On an ad hoc basis and depending on the number and academic disciplines of submissions, a selection committee will be formed to include members from the relevant FSU colleges. Papers will be selected according to quality, with consideration given to balance of disciplines, past participation, and fit with the goals of the Hackley Endowment. Three papers will be selected for each seminar. Each will have a formal discussant, followed by audience feedback. Selected professors will receive a $1,000 grant for professional development, upon presentation at a Hackley Research seminar and participation in one other seminar.
Any questions, suggestions, or proposals may be directed to Wenzel, email@example.com.
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