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Extended deadline 10th JULY - PDW Research at the Intersection of Work and Volunteering

  • 1.  Extended deadline 10th JULY - PDW Research at the Intersection of Work and Volunteering

    Posted 06-20-2022 09:03
    Dear Colleagues,

    We have extended our deadline to submit to the PDW Reseach at the Intersection of Work and Volunteering - NOW 10th JULY.

    Please see details below:

    Saturday, Aug 6 2022, 2:00PM – 4:30PM PT (UTC-7) At Seattle Convention Center in Room 605

    Sponsors: OB/HR/PNP/SIM

    Organizer: Bethania Antunes, U. of Surrey 
    Organizer: Jonathan Edward Booth, London School of Economics and Political Science 
    Panelist: Marylene Gagne, Curtin Uni 
    Panelist: Jessica Beth Rodell, U. of Georgia 
    Panelist: Heiko Breitsohl, U. of Klagenfurt, Austria 
    Panelist: Kerstin Alfes, ESCP Business School 
    Panelist: John Lynch, U. of Illinois at Chicago 

    This proposed PDW is the continuation of a joint effort to develop and grow a community of scholars with the common research interest of intersection of work and volunteering.This research goes beyond the traditional employee relationship to include additional stakeholder relationships such as the community, volunteer beneficiaries, and the third sector.Building on the successes of multiple past caucuses and symposia organized by the same group, this workshop will bring together scholars interested in developing research projects in an interactive, supportive and interdisciplinary environment. The PDW is aimed at attracting scholars from various contributing disciplines, including Organizational Behavior, Human Resources, Public and Nonprofit Management, and Social Issues in Management. Research topics include, among others, corporate volunteering programs, volunteer management, and individual strategies for managing the intersection of work and volunteering. Our objectives are: (1) bringing together the inter-divisional research community focusing on work and volunteering; (2) supporting and developing ideas and manuscripts through feedback and discussions; (3) discussing ways forward and visions for the research community and the literature to which we contribute. Sections of the workshop will include an overview of the field of research, round-table discussions of pre-submitted papers and research ideas as well as a plenary discussion.


    We welcome working papers and extended abstracts (min. 1,500 words for abstracts) on the above topics. To register for this PDW please email your extend abstract or working paper to the workshop organizers Bethania Antunes ( or Jonathan Booth ( by the deadline 10th July.

    Bethania Antunes
    University of Surrey