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Session Type: PDW Workshop
Program Session: 277 | Submission: 12128 | Sponsor(s): (GDO)
Scheduled: Saturday, Aug 11 2018 9:00AM - 2:00PM at Hyatt Regency Chicago in Haymarket
GDO Doctoral Student Consortium
GDO Doctoral Consortium

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Chair: David Baldridge, Oregon State U.
Chair: Eddy S. Ng, Dalhousie U.
Presenter: Lawrence Houston, Oregon State U.
Presenter: Tiffany Dawn Johnson, Georgia Institute of Technology
Presenter: Brent John Lyons, Schulich School of Bus, York U.
Presenter: Amy Wei Tian, Curtin Business School
Presenter: Jay B. Barney, U. of Utah, David Eccles School of Business
Presenter: Lisa Michelle Leslie, New York U.
Presenter: Ryan D. Zimmerman, Virginia Tech
Presenter: Christina L. Stamper, Western Michigan U.
Presenter: Stephan Alexander Boehm, U. of St. Gallen
Presenter: Curtis Kwinyen Chan, Boston College
Presenter: Karsten Jonsen, IMD
Presenter: Isabel Metz, Melbourne Business School, U. of Melbourne
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.
Pre-registration is required for this session. To register online, please visit Please contact the workshop organizer to obtain the approval code. The deadline to register online is July 31, 2018.
KEY TO SYMBOLS Teaching-oriented Teaching-oriented   Practice-oriented Practice-oriented   International-oriented International-oriented   Theme-oriented Theme-oriented   Research-oriented Research-oriented   Teaching-oriented Diversity-oriented
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