Remaining Relevant in IB Education: Perspectives for an Impactful Academic Career through Teaching and Research
In the world of academia, in which the rule ‘publish or perish’ seem to prevail, teaching frequently remains in the backstage. In this webinar, we discuss with senior scholars who managed to pursue remarkable careers as International Business (IB) researchers, educators, and institution builders. Moreover, the seniority of this panel participants did not prevent them from staying relevant and interesting for their always-young audience in the volatile and disruptively transforming global environment.
Join us on June 9th, 2022 at 11 am EST, to explore self-development practices for sustainable career as an IB educator.
• How to find time and motivation to renew teaching materials and content when pressure for publications consumes most of the time?
• How to avoid sleeping on the laurels once your courses start receiving top evaluations and there seem to be no more scope to improve or change?
• How to maintain connections with the business world and their realities, when developing full-time career in academia? How to translate business realities to IB students in this context?
• How to select interesting cases and materials when generation differences are increasing?
• How to avoid losing credibility in the eyes of tech-generation when approaching seniority?
Jun 9, 2022
11:00 AM Eastern Time
About the Speakers:
Maria Tereza Fleury
Maria Tereza Leme Fleury is full professor of International Management at both Fundação Getulio Vargas. She is President elected and Fellow of the Academy of International Business At FGV, she leads the Center for International Competitiveness FGV CEI. She was dean of the FGV School of Business Administration (2008 -2015) and USP -School of Economics and Business Administration (2002- 2006). She was a Research Fellow at the Institute for Manufacturing at Cambridge University, UK at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, UK, Institute for Development Economics, Japan, and Visiting Professor at ESSEC – France.
Antonella Zucchella is professor of Marketing and of Circular entrepreneurship at the University of Pavia in Italy. She has been vising professor in various universities in Europe and the US and visiting researcher at Harvard Business School in 2019. Her research interests are in international entrepreneurship, small business management, sustainability and circular entrepreneurship. She published several articles in international journals and is also author of books on entrepreneurship. She has been awarded by International Business Review for the best article in 2018, she received the Emerald literati award for most outstanding paper in Multinational Business Review in 2017, twice awarded for the best paper in the International Business conference AIB. She has been keynote speaker in several international conferences.
Peter J. Buckley OBE FBA
Peter J. Buckley is Professor of International Business, Centre for International Business, University of Leeds, Professor of International Business, University of Queensland and Visiting Professor at the Open University of Hong Kong. Fellow of the Academy of International Business (AIB), Fellow of the British Academy of Management (BAM), Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), Fellow of the European International Business Academy (EIBA), Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (FAcSS), Fellow of the Japan Academy of International Business Studies. President of the Academy of International Business (2002-04). Chair of the European International Business Academy (2009-2012). Appointed Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) 2012 and elected a Fellow of the British Academy (FBA), 2014.
Tamer Cavusgil has been teaching international business/marketing for more than three decades. His professional interests encompass global marketing strategy, early internationalization, emerging markets, exporting, and pedagogy. Cavusgil is currently Fuller E. Callaway Professorial Chair, and Executive Director, Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER), at the Institute of International Business, Robinson College of Business, Georgia State University. Tamer is an elected Fellow of the Academy of international Business, and a visiting professor at the University of South Australia and the University of Leeds.
Aušrinė Šilenskytė is a University Teacher at the School of Management, University of Vaasa, Finland, and vice-chair communication at the Academy of International Business Teaching & Education Shared Interest Group. Aušrinė holds a PhD in the area of international management, and her research centres around strategy implementation in MNCs, technology (e.g., SaaS, blockchain) adoption in International Business (IB) operations, and teaching IB. Aušrinė is an alumnus of the prestigious Nord-IB programme; she has also received several international awards for her research and as an educator. Before her academic career, she worked in Lithuania and Egypt in several international positions as a manager.