Reviewing in the Rough

It's the 11th Annual (and virtual) Reviewing in the Rough!!!

Reviewing in the Rough is a two-hour two-part workshop taking place at this year’s virtual Academy of Management Annual Meeting on Friday, July 30th, 2:00pm – 4:00pm EST.

In the first part of the workshop, which is open to all, participants will have an opportunity to gain key insights about the review process and quality reviewing through engaging presentations from the editor’s, reviewer’s, and author’s perspectives.

In the second part of the workshop, participants who complete their own reviews of a Journal of Applied Psychology original submission prior to the conference will receive feedback on these from experienced scholars in interactive breakout sessions. Participants will learn exclusive background information about the original submission from the author himself, along with the actual reviews of his team’s original submission and how they helped shape the final manuscript.

This is the 11th year of RIR and we are thrilled to have many outstanding scholars participating including (in alphabetical order): Matthew Grimes, Cristiano Guarana, Violet Ho, Hana Johnson, Shal Khazanchi, Christopher Myers, Burak Oc, Frits Pil, Michael Pratt, Christian Resick, Kristie Rogers, and John Paul Stephens.


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Who?
Doctoral students and junior faculty who wish to work on their reviewing skills.

What?
To reserve your spot for Part 2 of the PDW, please complete the following steps:

  1. Send an e-mail to mocreview@gmail.com to request a copy of the manuscript.
  2. Complete a formal review of this manuscript (i.e., approximately two single-spaced pages).
  3. E-mail your completed review to mocreview@gmail.com.
  4. If review is accepted, we will send you a confirmation email.

Please note that spots in Part 2 of the workshop will be allotted to the first 27 doctoral students and junior faculty members who submit completed reviews before June 30th. Please reach out early as spots tend to fill up quickly!

Please send any questions to Steve Granger at steven.granger@ucalgary.ca. We look forward to seeing you at the virtual academy!