External Ph.D. Mentoring
CEPRIN faculty are prepared to work with Ph.D. (and MSc thesis) students from other universities on research of mutual interest for periods ranging from several weeks to one-year in duration. The sponsoring university provides all expenses for the student as well as a research stipend to CEPRIN. CEPRIN faculty, in turn, work with the student in their area of research to further their domain, methodological and/or contextual knowledge on the agreed research topic. CEPRIN also provides a suitable working space within its facilities in the Robinson College of Business.
The objective of this outreach program is to build further research competency in the student, to facilitate the participating faculty member's research, to jointly publish journal publications and to facilitate the students entry into the arena of top-tier research and publications.
Inquiries regrading acceptance to this mentoring program can be directed to any of the three principle CEPRIN faculty (Las Mathiassen, Arun Rai, Richard Welke)