An international conference for the top scholars in the area of sustainability, ethics, and entrepreneurship (e.g., social entrepreneurship, cause-based enterprises, B-Corps., impact investing, etc.). With the support of our founding institutions: Colorado State University and the University of Wyoming, together with Texas Tech University and St. Ambrose University, we organize the Annual SEE Conference & Symposium. The SEE Conference leads the advancement and accumulation of knowledge and practice about SEE-related topics. SEE invites scholars to share cutting-edge research, ideas, and theories across these interdisciplinary fields. The SEE also invites companies and managers to connect with scholars and build a worldwide community that advances the state of knowledge and practice on SEE-related issues.
Catering to early-stage research, the SEE is interested in radical, controversial, and “edgy” projects; novel, useful, and non-obvious research that challenge dogmas and is highly revelatory, even if not fully grounded in well-validated theory. The SEE Conference sessions afford open-ended discussions that are not available elsewhere.
Academic Conference & Consortium
*Keynotes delivered by top scholars from sustainability, business ethics, and entrepreneurship. Plenary speakers at previous SEE Conferences included: Tima Bansal (Ivey), Rob Mitchell (Texas Tech), Bradley Agle (BYU), Ed Freeman (Darden), Andy Hoffman (U of Michigan), Marc Gruber (EPFL), Saras Sarasvathy (Darden), Simon Parker (Ivey), Wesley Sine (Cornell), Tom Lumpkin (U. of Oklahoma), Jay Barney (U. of Utah), Don Siegel (Arizona St), Sankaran Venkataraman (Darden), and Andrew Wicks (Darden).
*Symposia are panel sessions, where 4-6 scholars and/or practitioners exchange opinions and insights on common topics or themes. In the 2018 SEE PETA showcased a symposium on The Ethics & Sustainability of Using Animals for Food, Fashion & Research.
*Junior Faculty & Doctoral Consortium (JFDC) with a favorable ratio of mentors to participants; featuring Journal Editors and Senior Scholars facilitating the JFDC with paper development sessions, and other workshops.
SEE 2023: March 3-5
Call for Submissions
Since 2012, the SEE Conference has become one of the world’s premier academic conferences on social, environmental, and sustainable entrepreneurship; business ethics; firm-community ties; prosocial action; impact investment; and corporate responsibility. The SEE Society invites scholars, managers and stakeholders to join the SEE2020, which will feature distinguished plenary speakers, a range of parallel paper sessions, and symposia, in a tropical resort setting.
We invite submissions of empirical research (including ethnographic and qualitative research) and theoretical contributions. We encourage the submission of early-stage work and provide a valuable forum that affords feedback on nascent and evolving research projects in important topics that may act as a precursor for a Special Issue in a premier journal.
Information in Brief
* Early Bird registration rate $595 until Jan 15, 2023
* Junior Faculty & Doctoral Consortium JFDC: March 3, 2023
* Conference: March 3-5, 2023
* Venue: Royal Sonesta San Juan
* Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Junior Faculty & Doctoral Consortium
Jeff York - U of Colorado, Boulder
Sophie Bacq – Northeastern U
Ted Waldron – Texas Tech U
Tom Dean – Colorado State U
Matthew Fox – U of Wyoming
Tom Lumpkin – U of Oklahoma
Jill Purdy – U of Washington
Tyler Wry – Wharton, U of Pennsylvania
Maritza Espina, St. Ambrose University
Peter Gianiodis, Duquesne University
Amy Guerber, West Texas A&M
Mark Peterson, U of Wyoming
Tyge Payne, Texas Tech U
Matthew Grimes, U of Cambridge
Tom Dean, Colorado State U
Carolee Rigsbee, U of Illinois, Springfield
Gideon Markman, Colorado State U