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1.  Reminder: FINAL WEEK for Virtual Careers in the Rough Submissions

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Virtual Careers in the Rough: Call for Manuscripts

 

The Careers Division is proud to offer a great opportunity to discuss your careers-related research with leading careers scholars who will mentor you regarding your topic choice, theoretical development, methodology, data analysis, and discuss the implications of your careers research.

 

Similar to the popular Careers in the Rough workshop at the annual meeting, this virtual workshop will involve participants receiving feedback on their near final-form manuscript from an eminent scholar in the Careers Division during a 1-1.5 hour Skype session. Scholars serving as mentors for the March 2018 session are Belle Rose Ragins, Tim Hall, Sherry Sullivan, Michael Arthur, Scott Seibert, Maria Kraimer, Daniel Turban, and Peter Heslin.

 

Participants will be placed in conversation with a mentor based largely on the match between their paper and the scholars' interests/areas of expertise. Each participant will receive feedback about the positive aspects of their work, as well as be invited into dialogue about how their manuscript might be improved. Participants may also be placed in a triad, with one mentor and another participant. In such instances, participants are expected to provide a friendly review of each other's work so as to provide developmental feedback to one another during their Skype session.

 

Who is this workshop for? This workshop is open to careers researchers at all levels. To provide developmental opportunities to those who are not able to attend the annual meeting, this workshop is open to those not attending the AoM conference in Chicago.

 

APPLICATIONS

 

If you would like to participate in the Virtual Careers in the Rough, please email your manuscript submission to Lauren Keating (l.a.keating@unsw.edu.au) with the subject "CAR Virtual Careers in the Rough" by the 18th of February, 2018. Manuscript submissions should be no more than 40 pages, including references, tables, and/or figures.

 

Please also include in your manuscript submission (PDF preferred)

  1. A title page, including author affiliations, a brief abstract, and 5-7 keywords
  2. A challenge (up to 250 words) describing a particular dilemma, question, or concern you want to address regarding your manuscript
  3. The following affirmations:

"I/We confirm that at least one author of this paper will participate in full in the online workshop."

"I/We commit to thoroughly preparing for the workshop, including providing a friendly review for another participant."

"I/We agree to keep confidential others' research as read prior to and discussed during this workshop."

"I/We confirm that I/we will not be attending the annual meeting in Chicago."

 

Key dates:

Applications open: Now!

Applications close: 18 February 2018

Acceptances sent: 21 February 2018

Workshop occurs: Early March; TBA with participants