If you are a PhD student who has finished your comprehensive exams (or has finished at least 1 year of your PhD program), we invite you to join us for the annual "Halfway There" PDW at AoM 2023. This PDW is designed to help mid-program PhD students begin establishing themselves as independent scholars. We hope you will consider registering for this session and/or spreading the word to your students and colleagues. Pre-registration is required (see link below) and attendance is limited to 75 people, so if you are interested please register now using the link below (takes 1-2 minutes).
Part 1: Introduction and Introspection
Part 2: Crafting your Academic Impact with Dr. Maryam Kouchaki (Northwestern University) and Dr. Gabrielle (Gabe) Adams (University of Virginia)
Part 3: Launching the Dissertation Process with Dr. Margaret Luciano (Pennsylvania State University)
Part 4: Envisioning your Job Market with Dr. Angelica Leigh (Duke University), Dr. Elad Sherf (University of North Carolina), Dr. Kristie Rogers (Marquette University), and Dr. Natalie Liberman (Indiana University)
Part 5: Round-table discussions with recent job market candidates
Part 6: Setting your Career Path with Dr. Allison Gabriel (Purdue University)
Part 7: Concluding Remarks
Round Table Discussions: During this session, attendees will be assigned to round tables facilitated by recently minted faculty and post-docs. The facilitators will help answer questions related to the earlier segments and provide insights about their own experiences writing a dissertation, developing a research program, and navigating the job market.
How do I register? The PDW will be held on Saturday, August 5th from 8am-12pm. There is no charge to attend, but interested students must register on-line by visiting our registration website (or copy paste this URL: https://wharton.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_d1jIjybOZHM3sxg).
Drop-in attendance at the PDW is not allowed. For more information, please contact Michael Parke (email@example.com).
We hope to see you there!
Anna Lennard, Michael Parke, and Lauren Locklear