NUST RESEARCH WEEK

 

2021 NUST RESEARCH WEEK
4-8 OCTOBER 2021

  

E-mail:2021institutionalreasearchweek@nust.na

CALL FOR PAPERS
You are invited to send your submissions for the Namibia University of Science and Technology Research Week, 4-8 October 2021 which will be hosted by the 
Faculty of Management Sciences

 

 

 

 

THEME
[Living in a World of Pandemics] 

 

 

[Living in a World of Pandemics]

    Sub-themes:

 

 

Sub-themes:

• Uncertainty
• Complexity
• Ambiguity
• Circumstances and Business Sustainability
• Workplace: Changing work culture, layoffs, and financial scenario
• Impact on Higher Tertiary Education

Two types of papers may be submitted:

1. Competitive Papers: Full Paper [7-21 pages]
2. Work-in-progress: Abstract only [500 words max]

Topics that address any relevant issue of concern and meet the conference theme

[Living in a World of Pandemics]

In its broadest possible meaning, can be submitted for consideration.

These include, but are not limited to:
• Management Sciences Perspectives
• Human Sciences Perspectives
• Computing and Informatics Perspectives
• Engineering Perspectives
• Health and Applied Sciences Perspectives
• Natural Resources and Spatial Sciences Perspectives
• Open and Lifelong Learning Perspectives
• The knowledge economy and the pandemic era

Research Papers linked to the theme of the Research Day Conference are invited.
Important dates
Last date for submission of Abstracts: 10th September 2021
Last day for submission of full Paper: 31st October 2021
Notification of acceptance of Paper: 13 September 2021
Last day for registration: 17 September 2021


 

 

 

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