Business Doctoral Student Association

Research Presentation Opportunities

The Business Doctoral Student Association (BDSA) invites research presentations. Meetings are planned with flexibility and followed by an opportunity to socialize. The presentations can be as formal or informal as the presenter wants them to be, ie. throw out an idea to see if others find it interesting, or practice a job market presentation complete with slides. When possible, we will distribute the paper in advance of the session.

BDSA Membership

Any person currently enrolled in a Ph.D. program in the School of Business at the University of Connecticut shall be considered a current member of BDSA.

Any person who has completed a Ph.D. degree in the School of Business shall be considered an alumni member of BDSA.

BDSA Purpose

To represent the doctoral students of the School of Business within the School and University.

To facilitate communication between the school and doctoral students.

To provide an intentional forum for collaboration in research and social activity.

To provide a collective source from which faculty and administration can obtain student opinions on questions of mutual interest.

To enhance and encourage cooperation and association between BDSA and other student organizations, including discipline-specific student groups, business-focused social groups, and the Graduate Business Association (MBA students).

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