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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 215 | Submission: 11866 | Sponsor(s): (HR)
Scheduled: Saturday, Aug 11 2018 8:00AM - 2:00PM at Sheraton Grand Chicago in Wrigleyville
 
HR Division Middle-Stage Doctoral Consortium
Mid-Stage Doctoral consortium
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Chair: Corine Boon, U. of Amsterdam
Organizer: Kang Yang Trevor Yu, Nanyang Technological U.
Organizer: Becky Paluch, Cornell U.
Presenter: Katina Thompson, Illinois State U.
Presenter: Sanghee Park, Rutgers U.
Presenter: Tanja Hentschel, Amsterdam Business School, U. of Amsterdam
Presenter: Julie Irene Hancock, U. of North Texas
Participant: Charlice Hurst, U. of Notre Dame
Participant: Anthony C. Hood, U. of Alabama, Birmingham
Participant: Kristie Lynne McAlpine, Michigan State U.
Participant: John P. Hausknecht, Cornell U.
Participant: Jaap Paauwe, Tilburg U. / Erasmus U.
Participant: Mark Huselid, Northeastern U.
Presenter: Claudia Buengeler, Kiel U.
Presenter: Monica C. Gavino, San Jose State U.
Presenter: Kang Yang Trevor Yu, Nanyang Technological U.
This workshop is geared toward HR doctoral students in the middle of their program. The goal of this workshop is to help these students navigate the collection of career issues that begin to emerge when students are about halfway through a doctoral program. In many PhD programs, the middle stage is critical point. Students are expected to begin the transition into independent scholars, start building professional networks, move beyond the structure of courses and exams, and develop skills as an instructor. The workshop topics are designed to help these students develop the knowledge and skills required to be successful at this middle- stage and continue their development into strong researchers and teachers. It is also a way for HR doctoral students to build connections with others and become more involved in the HR Division.
Pre-registration is required for this session. To register online, please visit https://secure.aom.org/PDWReg. The deadline to register online is August 1, 2018.
  
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