In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the PRME UK & Ireland Chapter and the University of Lincoln have made the difficult decision to postpone the 2020 UKI Chapter Annual Conference until July 2021, and instead hold a one day Chapter gathering online on Wednesday July 8th (details to follow).
This decision was not taken lightly but will come as no surprise to you, given the escalating seriousness of the situation in the UK, government guidance on social distancing and travel restrictions, and our obligation to protect the welfare of our academic community.
If you have questions linked to the conference that are not addressed here, please get in touch by emailing Chapter Chair, Alec Wersun, on PRME_UKI@gcu.ac.uk
Dr. Alec Wersun – PRME UK & Ireland Chapter Chair
Dr. Claire May & Prof. Ted Fuller – PRME Conference 2020 Co-Chairs
Dr. Craig March – Director, Lincoln International Business School
The 7th Annual Conference of the UK and Ireland PRME Regional Chapter will be hosted by Lincoln International Business School.
The conference theme (‘Re-thinking Responsibility’) 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. For example, how do we respond to the imperatives of the global movement in declarations of a ‘Climate Emergency’?
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.
Dr Claire May, Lincoln International Business School
As Associate Professor within the Department of Marketing and Tourism, Claire is module lead for a number of UG and PGR and is the lead for the Principles for Responsible Management Education. In addition to this she is a personal and placement tutor and a PhD Examiner.
Her research interests focus on pro-environmental behaviour change; social marketing; sustainability; education for sustainable development.
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 email@example.com.
Conference Registration Fee is £200 per person or £100 per person for delegates of PRME UK & Ireland member institutions who have paid their annual membership.
A reduced Registration Fee of £45 per person is available for students (taught & PGR) or for colleagues from low and middle income countries.
The Conference Registration Fee includes access to all conference sessions and catering each day, in addition to the conference dinner.
2021 Registration rates will be confirmed later Autumn 2020.
Lincoln International Business School
University of Lincoln