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2022 Developing Scholars Workshops

INGRoup is excited to announce the official opening of applications for our October Developing Scholars Workshop weekend! The aim of the workshops is to support current graduate students, post-doctoral students, and early-career faculty interested in further honing their own brand and expanding their knowledge about interdisciplinary group research.

When and where is the Developing Scholars Workshop weekend?

The workshops will be held from Friday, October 14 to Sunday, October 16, 2022 at the Hyatt Regency in Greenville, South Carolina. Agenda, location, and further details will be forwarded to confirmed participants prior to the workshops.

What is the cost to attend?

The workshops are FREE; however, we have limited space, so if you would like to attend apply today!

Are you interested? Apply now!

The Workshop weekend application can be found at the following link. Applications must be submitted by midnight PST on September 9, 2022. Any questions about the application may be directed to Kyle Christenson ( You may view the workshop flyer below.

Developing Scholars Workshops Flyer

2022 Doctoral Consortium

INGRoup is proud to announce that the Annual Doctoral Consortium will be held immediately before the 2022 INGRoup conference in Hamburg! The aim of the consortium is to support the development of the next generation of interdisciplinary group researchers.

Who can attend?

25 current PhD students who are members of INGRoup. If you are not currently a member, now is a great time to join INGRoup, so that you can qualify for our consortium.

When and where is the Consortium?

The consortium will be held on Thursday, July 21, 2022 at the Radisson Blu in Hamburg, Germany. Agenda, location, and further details will be forwarded to confirmed participants prior to the consortium.

Are you interested? Apply now!

Doctoral students at advanced stages of their degree programs will be given priority. Please submit the following items:

  • Your current CV
  • A letter of support from your PhD advisor explaining why you are at the right stage in your program to attend
  • (3) We also have a limited number of spaces for a special luncheon program during the consortium. If you are interested in receiving feedback on a work-in-progress first author effort (e.g., dissertation, manuscript), you may submit a 5-page summary of your work in the area of groups or teams research. You will be put in a small group to briefly present your idea. Then you will receive feedback from a noted groups/teams scholar. Participation will be based on availability of expert scholars and is assigned on a first come, first serve basis.

If you have questions related to the consortium, please email Jennifer Nahrgang ( To apply for the consortium, please submit application materials through the following link