Doctorate of Business Administration (DBA) students Olatunbosun Junaid and Akin Falade, along with DBA candidates Belinda Gardner and Pauline Bradford, all received scholarships for the Management and Organizational Behavior Teaching Society (MOBTS) 2021 Doctoral Institute (DI) workshop in working with Jennifer L. Schultz, Ph.D., DBA associate professor.
This workshop, to be held virtually this year, will focus on:
- Classroom lessons for new professors
- How to combine research and good teaching to reach tenure
- How to handle difficult conversations in the classroom
- Teaching with technology
- How to negotiate first job terms and salary
These competitive scholarships include:
- The pre-conference workshop registration fee
- General conference registration
- A collaborative Saturday morning presentation, which will be listed in the conference proceedings
- A one-year membership to MOBTS.org
- A one-year subscription to the Journal of Management Education and Management Teaching Review
The mission of MOBTS is to enhance the quality of teaching and learning across the management disciplines.
Photo caption: From left, Olatunbosun Junaid, Akin Falade, Belinda Gardner, and Pauline Bradford