Dear friends and contributors to the ASQ Blog:
We invite you to join us on May 10th for our third virtual event: "ASQ Blog Presents: A Virtual Chat with the ASQ Methods Advisory Panel" at 11 am PT / 2 pm EDT / 7 pm BST. This event features Associate Editors and current members of the ASQ Methods Advisory Panel in a conversation about the craft of research, with a focus on the perils and pitfalls of popular methodological approaches.
Panelists:Beth Bechky (New York University) – Methods Advisory Panel memberSameer Srivastava (University of California, Berkeley) – Methods Advisory Panel memberOlav Sorenson (UCLA) – Methods Advisory Panel memberCaroline Bartel (University of Texas, Austin) – Associate Editor, Discussant
This session aligns with the broader mission of the ASQ Student Blog: a student-run organization supported by the Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ) Editorial Board that provides a behind-the-scenes look at articles published in the journal.
Registration is required. If you are interested in joining, please register using this form.
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We look forward to seeing you at our final virtual event of the year!
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