ASQ Blog Virtual Reception: A Conversation with the Dissertation Award Winners

ASQ Blog Virtual Reception  
Monday, November 2nd @ 9am PST / 12pm EST/ 5 pm GMT
Registration required

Dear friends and contributors to the ASQ Blog,

We are inviting you to join us for our second ASQ Blog Virtual Reception, this time for a Conversation with the Dissertation Award Winners. This reception is aimed at engaging the two winners in a conversation on what makes for a great dissertation, and how young scholars might go about planning, conducting, and writing one. This is in line with the ASQ Student Blog’s broader mission: a student-run organization supported by the Administrative Science Quarterly (ASQ) Editorial Board which has provided a behind-the-scenes look at articles published in the journal.

Panelists:

Hila Lifshitz-Assaf (New York University) – 2019 dissertation award winner
Derek Harmon (University of Michigan) – 2020 dissertation award winner
Marc-David Seidel (University of British Columbia) – discussant

Registration is required to attend the event. If you are interested in joining the event, please register following this form (https://tinyurl.com/ASQblog-nov).

For those who are new to our blog, you can subscribe to our blog site and follow us on Facebook and Twitter (@ASQBlog)! Our podcasts are available on iTunes, SoundCloud, Spotify. 

We look forward to seeing you at our second virtual reception! 

Sent on behalf of ASQ Blog organizers:

Melody Chang (melody.chang@yale.edu)
Kevin Lee (klee2@stern.nyu.edu)
Ayinwi Muma (ayinwi@stanford.edu)
Hui Sun (hui.sun@kellogg.northwestern.edu)
Yusaku Takeda (ytakeda@hbs.edu)

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