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AOM 2020: Navigating Qualitative Dissertations PDW - Call for Applications

  • 1.  AOM 2020: Navigating Qualitative Dissertations PDW - Call for Applications

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    Call for Applications

    7th Annual Navigating Qualitative Dissertations PDW: Advice from the Experts (VIRTUAL EDITION)

    Session #: 13978 | Sponsors: RM, MOC, OB, OMT, CAR

    Organizers: Bori Csillag, U. of Minnesota and Nathan Tong, U. of Hartford

    Are you using qualitative methods in your dissertation? If so, would you like…

    • To maximize the publication potential of your dissertation?
    • To ensure you are properly and appropriately using qualitative methods in your research?
    • Guidance on analyzing and/or writing up your qualitative data?
    • Insight into approaching the job market with a qualitative or mixed-methods dissertation?

    "Navigating Qualitative Dissertations: Advice from the Experts" is a Professional Development Workshop aimed at providing doctoral candidates performing dissertations that incorporate qualitative methods (i.e., purely qualitative or mixed-method dissertations) with focused and personalized feedback from experienced qualitative researchers. This session will include intimate discussions tailored to participants' dissertations, and also affords an opportunity for doctoral students to build their network with established qualitative scholars.

    This workshop will be in its seventh year at AOM's annual conference and features a diverse mix of scholars with experience in a variety of qualitative methods and expertise in an array of topics.

    In light of this year's re-imagined AOM Annual Meeting, feedback sessions will take place asynchronously, at the mutual convenience of paired faculty and student participants, anytime between early August and the beginning of fall teaching terms (as applicable). 

    This year, we are proud to have the following distinguished scholars facilitating feedback and discussions (in alphabetical order): 

    Matt Beane, Tammy Beck, Shelley Brickson, Lindsey Cameron, Brianna Caza, Kevin Corley, Kim Elsbach, Lyndon Garrett, Spencer Harrison, Jean Helms Mills, Elaine Hollensbe, Jason Kanov, Shalini Khazanchi, Tine Koehler, Glen Kreiner, Kisha Lashley, Sally Maitlis, Melissa Mazmanian, Albert Mills, Chris Myers, Carrie Oelberger, Katie Pine, Hatim Rahman, Tommaso Ramus, Davide Ravasi, Trish Reay, Kristie Rogers, Bess Rouse, Beth Schinoff, Angelique Slade Shantz, Madeline Toubiana, Melissa Valentine, and Heather Vough. 

    Information on the application process: 

    Applicant eligibility: Doctoral candidates who are using qualitative methods in their dissertation projects and are at any stage of the dissertation process (e.g., study design, data collection, data analysis, manuscript development). Please, no junior faculty applications.  

    Applications should include the following:

    1. Your name, the name of your school, and year in your doctoral program
    2. A 200-word (maximum) abstract of your dissertation with 4-5 keywords that capture your topic and/or method to help best match participants with facilitators*
    3. A 1,000-word (maximum) in-depth description of your dissertation project, including:
      1. Your research question(s) and theoretical framing
      2. A description of your method(s) (e.g., grounded theory, ethnography, etc.) and rationale for use
      3. The stage of your dissertation you are currently in (i.e., study design, data collection, data analysis, or manuscript development)
      4. What you most hope to gain feedback on during the session and why 

    Submission deadline: 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time (New York time) on Monday, 27th of July, 2020. Acceptance notices will be sent starting Monday, the 3rd of August. 

    Please email application materials in a single PDF or Word (.doc or .docx) file to AOMNQD2020@gmail.com. Please contact Nathan Tong at tong@hartford.edu with any questions.

    *Once submitted, we will do our best to accept applications by matching student participants to the faculty table facilitators based on methodological expertise and/or common theoretical interests.



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    Nathan Tong
    University of Hartford
    West Hartford, CT
    tong@hartford.edu
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