Main Conference: 6th – 7th July 2021
Doctoral Colloquium: 5th July 2021
The 7th Annual Conference of the UK and Ireland PRME Regional Chapter will be hosted by Lincoln International Business School.
This year’s theme is an acknowledgement of PRME’s ongoing key role in the shaping of responsible management education and to inspire each member to continuously re-think their purpose and practice. The declarations of a ‘Climate Emergency’, the Covid-19 pandemic, and the racial inequalities highlighted in 2020-2021 give rise to opportunity for reflection on the consequences of business as usual, the role and response of responsible management education and the construction of the future.
Theme 1: Advancing pedagogy; challenges and opportunities
Theme 2: Partnerships with purpose; breaking boundaries
Theme 3: Creating a vision of socially and environmentally responsible management
Keynote speakers, panels and workshops will include leading figures from industry and wider society with a unique opportunity to see practical partnership working on a local level.
If you would like to contribute to the conference then we are currently seeking submissions. For further details, please see the Call for Papers section of the website.
Dr Claire May, Lincoln International Business School
Claire is an Associate Professor within the Department of Marketing and Tourism and specialises in sustainability. She is the College lead for the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) and sits on the University of Lincoln Environment and Sustainability Committee, Lincoln Diocesan Environment Advisory Panel and the Lincoln Climate Commission.
Claire holds a PhD in Marketing which examined ways to change consumer food purchasing behaviour to become more environmentally sustainable and focused on the potential role of carbon labelling. Her research interests continue to concern pro-environmental behaviour change. Claire teaches on a variety of undergraduate and postgraduate modules, including specialist modules in marketing and sustainability.
Professor Ted Fuller, Lincoln International Business School
As UNESCO Chair on Responsible Foresight for Sustainability, Ted works with a series of co-laboratories with international partners to help design sustainable futures. Ted has practiced entrepreneurship in the business and university sectors, since starting his first business at 19 and spending nearly twenty years at the University of Durham Business School.
He currently supervises doctoral studies, is the University Champion for Principles of Responsible Management Education and continues in his role as Editor-In-Chief of Futures, the journal of policy, planning and future studies. Ted’s research focus is on future studies, foresight and anticipation.
If you have any questions about the conference including questions about submissions or to check suitability to attend, please contact the conference organisers by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference Registration Fee is £50 per person or £30 per person for delegates of PRME UK & Ireland member institutions who have paid their annual membership.
There is no charge for PhD students.
Registration for the conference is now open, please register via the University of Lincoln Online Store.
If you have any queries around your eligibility for a free place or require an invoice to register then please email: email@example.com
CfP Deadline: Monday 19th April 2021
CfP Notification: Friday 21st May 2021
Registration Closes: Tuesday 8th June 2021
Registration is now open for the conference via the University of Lincoln Online Store on the main University of Lincoln website.
This event will be hosted online
We invite proposals related to teaching, research, and innovative partnerships related to one or more of the themes. The proposals can either be for paper presentations or for genuinely interactive online workshops. We would particularly welcome contributions from a student perspective. We hope to compile contributions into a ‘Re-thinking ‘Responsibility’: guide for PRME’ for publication on the PRME UK & Ireland website and are developing proposals for an associated book.
Proposal deadline – 19th April 2021. You will be notified of the outcome of your proposal by 21st May 2021.