This doctoral seminar in the broader field of entrepreneurship and innovation will be held by our currently appointed Fulbright Professor Mark Johnson and focuses on discussing research ideas and opportunities and well as on going research projects.
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This course is addressed to all doctoral and PhD students, who would like to:
- develop their own ideas for research
- discuss their current challenges and develop strategies to cope with
- present their research ideas to fellow doctoral and PhD students
- enhance their knowledge about developing a research proposal
After successfully completing the course, students will be able to:
- position a study in a stream of literature
- embed the research proposal in a currently relevant theoretical discussion
- develop and write a research proposal with more precision
Attendance: In order to successfully pass this course, you have to sign in for at least 1 one-o-one meeting.
Available appointments are attached - please contact Prof. Johnson per mail to fix your individual time slot.
Students will discuss their proposal/research in one-o-one meetings. The provided feedback should be incorporated into the final research proposal/research project.
The final grade of the course will depend on:
- 50% participation in discussion
- 50% individual presentation of research
In order to pass the class, all of these performance indicators have to be positive!
Fulbright Professor Mark Johnson: email@example.com