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This year's OMT Junior Faculty Consortium was organized by Martine Haas (Wharton) and Chris Marquis (OMT Division Reps-at-Large).
18 faculty volunteered their time and expertise as mentors and more than 30 junior faculty members from around the world participated after being selected from an exceptionally large pool of applicants. The event startedThursday night with an off-site dinner at Johnnie's Hideaway. Friday's agenda kicked off with two back-to-back Research Roundtables, where the faculty mentors engaged in intensive discussion of junior faculty members’ research in progress, with a ratio of one faculty mentor to three junior faculty participants. This was followed by a panel on “Early Career Success”, led by Jennifer Howard-Grenville (U. of Oregon), Sarah Kaplan (U. of Toronto), and Paul Tracey (Cambridge U.), and a working lunch with notably high quality food! The afternoon kicked off with a panel on “The Present and Future of OMT”, featuring Linda Argote (Carnegie Mellon U.), Gerry Davis (U. of Michigan), and Roystoon Greenwood (U. of Alberta). In the mid-afternoon, many of the participants in the Junior Faculty Consortium joined the OMT Teaching Roundtables, organized by David Touve (Washington and Lee U.), Chair of the OMT Teaching Committee.
Tags: 2013 Fall Newsletter | Academy of Management | AOM Annual Meeting | junior faculty consortium
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