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The PhD Project Management Doctoral Students Association was created on August 11, 1997 in Boston, Massachusetts as a system of support and a national network for African-Americans, Hispanic-Americans, and Native Americans in the process of pursuing doctoral degrees in Management at universities in the United States of America.

Members of the association voluntarily assume a responsibility to offer moral support and encouragement to African-American, Hispanic-American, and Native American Management doctoral students as they pursue their degrees and take their place in the teaching and research profession. The members serve as mentors to new doctoral students as they enter the association. They act as mentors to their students upon attainment of a teaching position. Additionally, members maintain the highest standards of scholarship in their profession.

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Comment by Joe Gladstone on March 24, 2011 at 2:01am
As we all know, the PhD Project mission extends beyond simply adding more faculty of color within business schools, we should also serve both as role models for our students and as credible scholars among our peers. The Indian Resource Development Program at NMSU is sponsoring the Native Scholars Series here to promote work by American Indian researchers at the university. I am the series first presenter. More information is available here: http://newscenter.nmsu.edu/news/article/7634/
Comment by Anthony C. Hood on March 21, 2011 at 8:47pm
I'm just proud to be the man sitting next to The Man...Dr. Dr. Tillman!
Comment by Oscar Holmes IV on March 21, 2011 at 3:31pm
It is with great pleasure that I announce the newest Ph.D in Management from the University of Alabama's Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration, Dr. C. Justice Tillman.  Dr. Tillman successfully defended his dissertation entitled, "CHARACTER, CONDITIONS, AND COGNITIONS:  THE ROLE OF PERSONALITY, CLIMATE, INTENSITY, AND MORAL DISENGAGEMENT IN THE UNETHICAL DECISION-MAKING PROCESS." Dr. Tillman has accepted a faculty position at The University of Texas at Dallas.  Congratulations Dr. Tillman!
Comment by Joe Gladstone on March 15, 2011 at 2:29pm
Oooo!!! Karen Locke and Grounded Theory. That's worth the price of admission right there!
Comment by Oscar Holmes IV on March 15, 2011 at 2:17pm

Hello MDSA members,

 

Please find information on CARMA's upcoming Methods workshops this summer.  I have already registered and hope to see some of you there! 

 

I am pleased to send you information about our upcoming Summer Short Courses Plus Program on management and organizational research methods topics being hosted in May of 2011 by the Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA) at Wayne State University. These courses will be offered at one of our partner schools, Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia.  As you will see below, the topics of these nine Short Courses include introductory and advanced structural equation methods, multilevel analysis, multilevel theory and measurement, meta-analysis, social network analysis, survey design/data collection using the internet, testing interactions with linear regression, and grounded theory methods and analysis.  And, this year our Short Courses Plus Program will also include panel sessions, tutorials and Ask the Expert sessions.
 
CARMA is an interdisciplinary center with a management/organizational emphasis that is now celebrating its thirteenth year of operation.  More than 1,000 faculty and students from universities throughout the world have attended CARMA Short Courses since the summer of 2004.  Also, nearly 300 different universities have participated in the CARMA Consortium Webcast and International Video Library Programs since 2005.  More information about CARMA and the events below can be found at our website:
(http://carma.wayne.edu)
 
Overview of Courses and Instructors
 
Each short course in the Short Courses Plus Program will last two and a half days. They include an equal balance of lecture and hands-on experience with an emphasis on the application of the method. We have a very talented set of instructors for our Short Courses who will help you not only learn the technical details of the research method or analysis technique you will be studying, but they will also help you understand how it is being applied in management and organizational research.  Our instructors include several former editors and current editorial board members of top management journals.
 
We will be hosting two sessions of Short Courses Plus in Richmond, Virginia. Please note that you can register for only one short course in each session. These courses are held in-person and DO NOT use distance learning technology. The short course topics and instructors for each session are:
 
Session One: May 16 - May 18, 2011
"Meta-Analysis: Models & Processes"
Dr. Mike McDaniel, Virginia Commonwealth University
 
"Grounded Theory Method & Analysis"
Dr. Karen Locke, College of William & Mary
 
"Introduction to Structural Equation Methods"
Dr. Larry J. Williams, Wayne State University
 
"Multi-Level Analysis"
Dr. Paul Bliese, Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
 
Session Two: May 19 - May 21, 2011
"Survey Design/Data Collection Using the Internet"
Dr. Jeff Stanton, Syracuse University
 
"Testing Interactions with Linear Regression"
Dr. Herman Aguinis, Indiana University
 
"Advanced Topics in Structural Equation Methods"
Dr. Robert Vandenberg, University of Georgia
 
"Social Network Analysis"
Dr. Rich DeJordy, Northeastern University
 
"Multi-Level Theory & Measurement"
Dr. James LeBreton, Purdue University
 
Course summaries and instructor biographies will be available shortly on our website.
 
Cost for Attending
 
The full price per course is $550 for students or $750 for faculty or professionals. This price includes two lunches, a dinner, and all program materials.  However, students and faculty/professionals from a member organization of either our Consortium Webcast Program or International Video Library Program receive a 50% discount. The price per course for a student from a member organization is $275 and the price per course for a faculty/professional from a member organization is $375.
 
In addition, all participants (from member organizations and non-member organizations) are eligible for a $75 discount on the total price if you register a course each session. To receive this discount, a participant must register for a short course in the first session and a short course in the second session.
 
Venue: Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business
 
We are very happy to be hosting our Short Courses Plus event this year at Snead Hall of the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Business in Richmond, Virginia. Courses will be held on-site at the VCU School of Business. For more information about the VCU School of Business, please visit: http://www.business.vcu.edu.
 
Discounted Accommodations
 
Discounted hotel rooms are available for out-of-town Short Course Plus attendees at the DoubleTree Richmond. This hotel is located conveniently one block from the VCU School of Business. To complete a hotel room reservation: Click here
 
Advanced Registration Deadline & Registration Information


The Advanced Registration Deadline for the CARMA 2011 Summer Short Course Plus Program in Richmond, Virginia is April 1, 2011. Please note that a $75 late fee will be added to the total price after this date. We encourage you to register as soon as possible as some of our short courses fill up quickly! To register: Click Here
 
To register, you must be a CARMA Website User. To become a CARMA Website User: Click here
 
We hope you will find our Short Course Plus offerings to be of interest and we would be very happy to have you participate in our instructional program. Please let us know if you have any questions or if we can help in any way.  Hope to see you in May!
 
Sincerely,
 
Dr. Larry J. Williams
Professor of Management
Wayne State University
CARMA Director

Comment by Brandon Ofem on March 12, 2011 at 2:45pm
If any of you are interested in social network analysis we invite you to come to the LINKS Center workshop this summer. We've got a pretty good lineup of teachers this year and fulltime students pay only half price. The largest session is capped at 50 participants, so try to register early if you can. The deadline is May 15 and there's a 20% early-bird discount for registering before April 15. Hope some of you can come. Here's the link: http://linkscenter.org/workshops/
Comment by Joe Gladstone on March 10, 2011 at 8:37pm
For those active with OBTC, you may have received in your email a link to the OBTS Board of Directors election. MDSA alumnus Dan Stewart is running for Finance Chair.
Comment by Anthony C. Hood on March 10, 2011 at 8:16pm
I am extremely excited to report that my very own cohort member Brandon Ofem and some of his colleagues from the University of Kentucky have just received notification that they were awarded a $458,553 grant for their research entitled " The Cognitive and Relational Drivers of Organizational Action and Innovation: A Study of Economic Development Organizations in a Persistently Distressed Region." I'm sure if you want to know more about this collaborative effort between several departments and disciplines within and external to UK, Brandon would be glad to talk to you about it. Send him a shout out when you get a chance.
Comment by Oscar Holmes IV on March 7, 2011 at 3:44pm
It is my esteemed honor to announce The University of Alabama's Culverhouse College of Commerce and Business Administration newest Ph.D in Organizational Behavior, Dr. Ericka R. Lawrence.  Dr. Lawrence's dissertation is entitled, "THE PERSONAL COST OF BEING IN THE IN-GROUP:  THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LEADER-MEMBER EXCHANGE RELATIONSHIP QUALITY AND WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT."  Dr. Lawrence has accepted a faculty position at East Carolina University. 
Comment by Myrna Varner on March 7, 2011 at 3:36pm
Congratulations Anthony!
 

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