Invitation to Participate
Doctoral Student Consortium (Invitation Only)
Saturday, August 11, 2018
9:00 AM – 2:30 PM
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Consortium Organizers: Dr. David Baldridge and Dr. Eddy Ng
The 2018 doctoral consortium will include an diverse mix of speaker panels and activities designed to provide doctoral students with a realistic preview of scholarly life, including: different career paths, techniques for developing productive research collaborations, and a review of editors’ expectations and advice for drafting quality manuscripts. Students will also have the opportunity for more personalized connections and feedback through a mentor-match coffee to be held after the consortium (or at another mutually agreed to time), in which students are paired with a more senior scholar based on the student’s research interests.
Session 1: Realistic Job Preview: Finding the Right Job and Becoming an Effective Junior Faculty Member
Panelists: Lawrence Houston (Oregon State U.), Tiffany Johnson (Georgia Tech), Brent Lyons (York U.), Amy Tian (Curtin Business School)
This panel of research productive, pre-tenure faculty provides a realistic job preview into what it is like to be a junior faculty member, and strategies they have used to learn and juggle their many roles. We will ask panelists to discuss key developmental experiences and to share advice for new faculty members.
Session 2: Crafting Publishable Papers—Editors’ Panel
Journals Represented & Panelists: Jay Barney (U. Utah), Academy of Management Review;
Ryan Zimmerman (Virginia Tech), Human Resource Management; Lisa Leslie (New York U.), Academy of Management Journal; Christina Stamper (Western Michigan U.), Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal
The panel of current/recent journal editors and associate editors will offer advice on the publication process and preparing publishable manuscripts. Topics include how to choose an appropriate outlet for a paper, how to tailor the structure of a paper for different journals, and how to successfully navigate the review process. The session will also include time for questions.
Participants will have an opportunity to meet GDO Divisional Chair Patrick Mackey (Rutgers U.) and other divisional officers and also network with each other over lunch.
Session 3: Award Winning Scholars: Developing Collaborative Research Relationships
Panelists: Stephan Boehm (St Gallen U.), Parasuraman Award; Curtis Chan (Boston College), Parasuraman Award; Karsten Jonsen (IMS Lausanne), International Faculty Research Award; Isabel Metz (Melbourne Business School), Global Conference: Business & Economics Best Paper Award
This panel of award-winning researchers will share strategies for leveraging one’s research through effective collaborations. Topics include: developing new collaborations with research sites and co-authors, and advice for managing possible issues that can arise in the collaboration process. Panelists will also share their personal experiences in both successful and challenging collaborations.
Session 5: Wrap-Up and Mentor Coffee
Panelists: David Baldridge (Oregon State U.), Eddy Ng (Dalhousie U.)
Students will also have the opportunity for more personalized connections and feedback through a mentor-match coffee in which students are paired with a more senior scholar based on the student’s research interests.
Registration Information for Participants:
Students interested in attending the Gender and Diversity in Organizations Doctoral Student Consortium are requested to submit a vita and a brief statement explaining their interest to both Dr. David Baldridge (email@example.com) and Dr. Eddy Ng (firstname.lastname@example.org). Students must be registered for the 2018 Annual Meeting in order to attend the GDO doctoral student consortium. Space is limited, so students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Students invited to attend the consortium will be notified via email. Please contact Dr. Baldridge or Dr. Ng at the above email addresses with any questions about the consortium.
For More Information: http://division.aomonline.org/gdo/
Eddy Ng and David Baldridge