It's the 7th Annual Diamonds in the Rough!!!
The Diamonds in the Rough (DIR) consortium provides junior faculty members and senior doctoral students with an excellent opportunity to hear about the paths that different faculty have taken in their research, to receive personalized feedback about managing their own research stream, and to build connections with scholars whose research interests include MOC-related topics.
DIR is run on Saturday afternoon. The session is broken into different parts, each focusing on a career-related topic area such as creating a research stream and balancing multiple obligations. In each part, there will be a panel discussion to stimulate conversations as well as time for participants to receive personalized feedback from facilitators and other participants about their research portfolio and experiences.
Garry Adams (Auburn University, USA), Marla Baskerville Watkins (Northeastern University, USA), Raina Brands (London Business School, UK), Teresa Cardador (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA), Gwendolyn Combs (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA), Emily Heaphy (University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA), Stefanie Johnson (University of Colorado, Boulder, USA), Luis Martins (University of Texas, Austin, USA), Mandy O’Neill (George Mason University, USA), Tina Opie (Babson College, USA), Mike Pratt (Boston College, USA), Kristie Rogers (Marquette University, USA), Pauline Schilpzand (Oregon State University, USA), Paul Tracey (University of Cambridge, UK), Herman Tse (Monash University, Australia), Eero Vaara (Aalto University, Finland), Tim Vogus (Vanderbilt University, USA), Maxim Voronov (York University, Canada), and Batia Wiesenfeld (New York University, USA).