Below is a list of important information regarding the International Research Symposium.
Registration and submission of extended abstracts (up to 800 words) opens
Abstract submission extension deadline
Peer review decision, notification of paper acceptance
The Symposium will be held at the Peter Cosgrove Centre, North Sydney
Full conference registration fee | 1-2 November 2017 | $700 AUD
Full registration fee for a PhD student | 1-2 November 2017 | $500 AUD
Full conference registration entitles delegates to: entry to all sessions, name badge, satchel, USB with all abstracts, program book, morning and afternoon teas, lunches, welcome reception – dinner with drinks, happy hour farewell drinks.
Single day conference registration fee | 1 or 2 November 2017 | $450 AUD
Single day registration entitles delegates to: entry to all sessions on the day registered, name badge for the day registered, satchel, program book, USB, morning and afternoon tea on the day registered, lunch on the day registered.
Welcome Reception Dinner | 1 November 2017 | $175 AUD
Tickets for the welcome reception dinner are available for purchase, subject to ticket availability.
Please note: the Full conference registration fee includes the welcome reception dinner..
Professor Richard Ryan
Professor Richard Ryan is a clinical psychologist and co-developer of Self-Determination Theory, one of the leading theories of human motivation. With over 300 papers and books in the areas of human motivation, personality, and psychological well-being, he is among the most cited and influential researchers in psychology and social sciences today. He is recognised as one of the eminent psychologists of the modern era and ranked among the top 1% of researchers in the field.
Professor Wayne Hochwarter
Professor Wayne Hochwarter is one of the world’s most influential scholars in the field of Organisational Behaviour, with over 100 scientific and applied articles. Professor Hochwarter’s research focuses on employee entitlement, worker engagement, job stress, workplace politics, abusive work behaviours, personal accountability, optimism, and leadership-focused motivation strategies. His scholarship has appeared in some of the world’s leading Business and Management journals
The Peter Cosgrove Centre
Level 22, Tenison Woods House
8-20 Napier Street
ACU MacKillop Campus
The venue offers harbour views, business centre facilities and is very accessible by public transport – train, bus and taxi. Within walking distance to nearby accommodation – Harbour View North Sydney and Rydges Hotel North Sydney.
- From the City, take the Sydney Trains T1 North Shore & Northern Line to North Sydney.
- Walk through Greenwood Plaza Shopping Complex and take the escalator up until you come out at the Miller Street and Pacific Highway intersection.
- Continue North along Pacific Highway and turn left on to Napier Street.
- Follow the road around until you reach ACU Tenison Woods House building on the left, 8-20 Napier Street.
Many bus services to North Sydney stop at Blue Street; adjacent to the train station, or on Pacific Highway.
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