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Welcome to the Spring 2016 edition of the OMT Newsletter.
In this newsletter we highlight and summarize all the news and announcements that have been posted to our blog since our last newsletter. It has been a busy six months since our Fall Newsletter so there is a lot to explore in this edition of the OMT Newsletter. I hope you find it helpful and interesting.
First of all, it's hard to believe but it is almost time for the meetings in Anaheim. It is going to be a fantastic conference and there is a huge variety of activities and sessions for the OMT community. OMT really is the place to be!
More specifically, program Chair Marc-David Seidel has created a fantastic program and and you can find an overview of OMT's program for this year here. PDW Chair Davide Ravasi has done an equally stellar job of the pre-conference program. Have a look at their overviews and start thinking about your favorites! Research Committee Chair Jo-Ellen Pozner has also provided a report on our paper and symposia award winners for this year. Also, be sure to join our New and Returning Member Networking and Research Forum and attend our many OMT events, including our Monday morning Distinguished Scholar Breakfast to congratulate John Meyer and hear his distinguished talk.
As usual, we have a number of division activities that are organized every year for our membership. Follow these links for details of the OMT Doctoral Consortium, Junior Faculty Consortium, or Dissertation Proposal Workshop.
Second, for those of you attending EGOS in Naples, please join us Thursday July 7th at 5:30-7:00 at Meet OMT @ EGOS. This event is jointly sponsored with Cass School of Business so a big thank you to them! Please join us for vibrant conversation, drinks and appetizers in a beautiful setting. OMT and Cass School of Business look forward to mingling and seeing you in Naples. And make sure to look for the executive members in attendance as we would love to hear your thoughts on OMT.
Finally, as you will no doubt have heard, our elections very well managed by Ann Langley and we have a great set of new members of the executive committee. Be sure to congratulate our newly elected OMT executives.
Alright, that’s it for now. I look forward to seeing everyone in Anaheim and Naples this summer!
Nelson Phillips OMT Division Chair
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