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Call for Papers - Women in Leadership Forum at California State University, East Bay

  • 1.  Call for Papers - Women in Leadership Forum at California State University, East Bay

    Posted 01-05-2022 20:07
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    Dear GDO Division Members,


    I hope everyone is off to a great start to the new year!


    We are excited to announce that California State University, East Bay is hosting our Women in Leadership Forum on March 12, 2022 (held virtually)!


    We are currently accepting research papers to be presented at the forum. Proposals will include a paper submission (maximum 10 pages, double spaced, excluding abstract, title page, references, tables/figures), to be presented virtually. Thanks to our donors, there is no cost to attend or present at the forum. The papers/presentations should be on a topic relevant to women in leadership (broadly defined). The forum will include a mix of academic and professional audience members and presenters, including women executives and senior leaders. Thus, papers that have strong practical relevance or implications are particularly desirable. Submissions are due 2/15/2022!


    Below are some key details for the submission process. 


    Key Details: 

    1. Papers will be presented via a (virtual, synchronous) 10-minute presentation on 3/12/2022.

    2. Paper submission 10 – pages (double spaced) maximum, excluding abstract, tables, figures, and references.

    3. Proposal abstract: 250 word maximum.

    4. Proposals are due on (2/15/2022 at 11:59 PM PST).

    5. Notification of acceptance/rejection will be sent on (2/25/2022).

    6. Conference proceedings will be published electronically. 

    7. Thanks to our donors, this event will be 100% free to presenters and attendees.


    Forum Website: 



    Submission Portal:



    If you have any questions, please contact the research track chairs – Dr. Grant Brady and Dr. Lynn Bowes-Sperry at grant.brady@csueastbay.edu and lynn.bowessperry@csueastbay.edu.


    Thank you,

    Lynn Bowes-Sperry & Grant Brady

    Dr. Lynn Bowes-Sperry 
    Associate Professor of Management & 
    Jack and Susan Acosta Endowed Chair
    Cal State East Bay - College of Business and Economics
    25800 Carlos Bee Boulevard VBT 347 Hayward, CA 94542
    o:510.885.3972 c:860.460.1644
    Pronouns: She/Her/Hers

    As a member of the Cal State East Bay community with an office on the Hayward campus, I acknowledge that I am a guest on the unceded land of the First People of this region, the present-day Muwekma Ohlone Tribe of the San Francisco Bay Area (formerly Verona Band of Alameda County).