Dear MOC Members,
In addition to a full program of fantastic sessions, MOC is excited to sponsor a great lineup of developmental PDWs, social events, a plenary and awards ceremony, and the ever-popular, Tuesday Coolness session. We look forward to seeing you at many of these sessions and events!
Please mark your calendars with the information below. I have included the session number and location.Whether virtually or in person, we can't wait to see you at AOM 2022!--Teresa Cardador, 2022 MOC Program Chair
firstname.lastname@example.org(all times listed are PACIFIC time zone)FRIDAY, AUG 5
Reviewing in the Rough (session 157)1:00-3:00pm: SCC 211 (HYBRID)
This is our "developing reviewing skills" PDW in which you will have the opportunity to gain key insights about the review process and quality reviewing from Associate Editors and Editorial Board Members at leading journals in our field. The session will be held synchronously during the annual meeting. Submission of practice review is required for part 2 of the workshop. More information is available here.
Entrepreneurial Cognition (session 204)3:00-5:00pm: SCC 608 (in person only)
Thanks to a sponsorship from the Kauffman Foundation, we are again hosting an Entrepreneurial Cognition PDW. The purpose of the PDW is to identify and share promising research in the area of entrepreneurship and cognition. We are pleased to announce two annual awards for promising research on this topic - the Best Paper and the Best Student Paper awards. The award winners will receive $1000. More information is available here.
SATURDAY AUGUST 6
Presenting in the Rough (session 290)8:00-10:00am: VIRTUAL
This is our "developing presenting skills" PDW in which you will learn new strategies from a group of experts to improve your presenting abilities. The theme for this year is "The Art of the Academic Job Talk" and will include synchronous presentations from experts and an interactive discussion. Pre-registration is not required. More information is available here.
Teaching in the Rough (session 334)9:00am-11:00am: SCC Tahoma 1 (HYBRID)
This is our "developing classroom activities/exercises" PDW in which you will learn about concrete, interactive activities that you can put to use right away in your classes. The session will be held synchronously during the annual meeting. Pre-registration is not required. More information is available here.Cognition in the Rough (session 387)10:30am-12:30pm: SCC 204 (HYBRID)
This is our "developing a research project" PDW in which you can discuss your research in an informal, collegial roundtable (aka virtual breakout table) setting with leading scholars on MOC topics. Pre-registration is required. More information is available here.
Diamonds in the Rough (session 445)1:00-2:30pm: SCC 604
Our "developing a scholar" PDW offers early-career stage professional guidance for emerging scholars. Experts present insights, guide discussions, and provide personalized feedback across topics such as managing your portfolio, crafting a research identity, diversity and opportunity in academia, co-author relations, and work-life balance.MOC Connecting (session 507)3:00-4:30pm VIRTUALMOC IN PERSON SOCIAL (session 546)4:30-7:00pm IN PERSON ONLY: SCC Ballroom 6c (6th floor)MONDAY AUGUST 8MOC Plenary and Awards Ceremony (session 1298)12:00pm-2:00pm: SCC 611 (in person only)TUESDAY AUGUST 9
MOC VIRTUAL SOCIAL (session 1636)7:00am-8:30am VIRTUAL ONLY (link to Gathertown will be available on the session site)
TUESDAY COOLNESS: A Collection of Creative & Innovative MOC Papers on a Variety of Topics (session 1783)9:30am-11:00am: SCC 214 (in person only)