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Bond Business Hosts Doctoral Colloquium

Bond University, in conjunction with ANU, recently hosted a Doctoral Colloquium for PhD students and early career researchers in the accounting and finance disciplines.

Focusing on the “4 Ps” of research: Publishing, Philosophy, Presentation and Professionalism, the one-day workshop provided mentoring and feedback to assist PhD scholars in the development of their current and future research.

Held at the Nusa Dua’s Grand Hyatt in Bali, Indonesia, the colloquium preceded the 25th Asian-Pacific Conference on International Accounting Issues.

The Colloquium was designed and facilitated by Dr Jacqueline Christensen and Dr Jan Hollindale from Bond’s Department of Accounting and attracted leading accounting and finance and communication specialists from the Asia Pacific region as presenters.

Professor Susela Devi (University of Malaya), Professor Gary Monroe (UNSW), Professor Dan Dolan (Waseda University, Japan), Professor Keitha Dunstan and Associate Professor Ray McNamara (Bond University) all played significant roles, sharing their experience and knowledge with the group and individually with attendees.

“The most insightful doctoral colloquium I’ve attended."

The event received very positive feedback with participants giving a unanimous ‘thumbs up’ for its high useability and applicability to their research. Consequently, the Conference has asked Bond to organise the Doctoral Colloquium again next year.


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