CAUTHE invites all PhD Scholars and Early Career Researchers to attend the annual Bill Faulkner Workshop held immediately prior to the CAUTHE 2013 Conference on Monday 11 February. The workshop will be hosted by Lincoln University in conjunction with the University of Waikato.
The workshop is specifically designed for tourism and hospitality PhD Scholars and Early Career Researchers (completed a PhD within the past five years) to provide research support and advice as well as networking opportunities. A key area of focus will be on research paradigms and methodologies, and will encourage participants to reflect on the question: What type of researcher am I?
Why Should You Attend?
A key focus of the workshop will be on methodological perspectives in tourism and hospitality research, and will encourage participants to reflect on the question: What type of researcher am I? It will be an excellent opportunity to share experiences and get to know fellow tourism and hospitality scholars, as well as discuss your research with respected senior academics in your field.
This workshop will provide networking opportunities and academic mentorship from senior professors and researchers, including: Professors Richard Butler (University of Strathclyde, UK), David Airey (University of Surrey, UK), Alison Morrison (Victoria University, Aust.), and Bernard Lane (Sheffield Hallam University, UK)
- Structuring your research
- Research methods panel session
- Parallel discussion sessions
- Small group mentoring