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Collegio Internazionale e SSU - College Workshop "Network Studies and Societal Challenges" NUOVA SCADENZA iscrizioni 15 maggio

Pubblicato: Giovedì 9 maggio 2024
Dear Students,
We are writing to inform you that the application deadline for the College Workshop "Network Studies and Societal Challenges"  is postponed to the 15th of May.

This workshop studies how a network governance approach can aid in describing, studying, and tackling societal challenges. We invite young scholars interested in this perspective to submit short papers and research proposals.
The workshop intends to engage senior Master’s and early-stage PhD students from various disciplines (management, economics, humanities, political science, sociology etc.)  about the unique dynamics of such networks. 
Frontal sessions are led by distinguished scholars in the field of network governance. Immersive hands-on workshops actively engage participants over research papers or proposals related to network governance. Facilitated by invited scholars, these sessions provide a platform for participants to apply theoretical concepts, exchange ideas, and receive constructive feedback.
The workshop will take place from 8th to 10th July.

Please find attached all the information about the workshop and how to register.
For students from Advanced School with a waiver fee, all accommodation costs will be covered: only 10 seats available.
Coordinators: Anna Moretti

Project managers: Emin AltunAlessandro Gaballo

Hosts: Anna Moretti and Francesco Zirpoli (Venice School of Management).
Invited speakers:

  • Patrick Kenis (Tilburg University)
  • Elisabeth Mueller (Bundeswehr University Munich)
  • Leon Oerlemans (Tilburg University)
  • Elisa Operti (ESSEC Business School)
  • Jill Purdy (Milgard School of Business at the University of Washington Tacoma)
Best regards,
The Staff of the International College


International College Ca' Foscari
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