ASQ BLOG VIRTUAL RECEPTION: A VIRTUAL CHAT WITH THE ASQ METHODS ADVISORY PANEL

Dear friends and contributors to the ASQ Blog,

We are inviting you to join us for our third ASQ Blog Virtual Reception on May 10th @ 11 am PDT / 2 pm EDT / 7 pm BST, this time for a Virtual Chat with the ASQ Methods Advisory Panel. This reception is aimed at engaging members of the panel in a conversation on the craft of research, with a focus on the perils and pitfalls of popular methodological approaches. 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:

Beth Bechky (New York University) – methods advisory panel member
Sameer Srivastava (University of California, Berkeley) – methods advisory panel member
Olav Sorenson (UCLA) – methods advisory panel member
Caroline Bartel (University of Texas, Austin) – 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-2021-may-signup).

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 third 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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