Saturday August 11, 8.30am - 1.30pm
(Hyatt Regency Chicago in Columbus EF)
Are you trying to finish a research project but need additional data?
Do you have unfinished papers in your drawer that just need some new blood?
Do you have opportunities to collect data but no time for other parts of a project?
Many of us have projects that, while promising, have stalled and could use some new blood. We made Connect & Collaborate PDW for this exact reason.
The goal of this project is to get people together so that they may leverage complementary resources and the "spare parts" in these projects to build new research relationships that can help complete the projects. We, the organizers, will help match participants based on needs and resources for the purpose of collaboration and project completion!
For example, people could support each other through (but not exclusive to) discussing multiple perspectives, bringing in additional studies, using different analytical approaches, making plans for collecting more data, or testing specific follow-up questions or mechanisms. Our goal is to connect people with complementary needs and resources. All are welcome. We especially invite scholars from our international community to help bring in fresh perspectives and insights. Join us in, what we hope, the first of many Connect and Collaborate PDW's to come!
To join, we need to know what you have and what you need in terms of project interests, resources, time horizon, and so forth. So please tell us:
We will try to organize and align these so that in the session you can meet researchers with similar interests and complementary needs and resources. In other words, Connect and Collaborate!
Matthew A. Cronin, George Mason University
Ashley Fulmer, University of Iowa
Elad N. Sherf, New York University
Jeroen Stouten, KULeuven University
Simone Tang, Duke University
Yekaterina Bezrukova, University at Buffalo
Ramona Bobocel, University of Waterloo
Steven Grover, University of Otago
Astrid Homan, University of Amsterdam
Peter Kim, University of Southern California
Tyler Okimoto, University of Queensland
Denise M. Rousseau, Carnegie Mellon University
Debra L. Shapiro, University of Maryland
Chester S. Spell, Rutgers University
Thomas M. Tripp, Washington State University Vancouver
Gerben van Kleef, University of Amsterdam