Dear community of scholars,
We invite you to submit an abstract for an interactive conference at Purdue University March 21-22 on the digitalization of work and life. The pace and magnitude of our world's digital transformation, and its effects on people and organizations, is unprecedented. If you are a faculty member or doctoral student doing research flexible and remote work arrangements, virtual teams, work-life boundaries, leading and implementing technology, creating inclusion in a remote and hybrid world, or broadly on the effects of digitalization and remote work on employing organizations and the workforce, we hope you will submit an abstract on research in progress by the Feb.2 deadline.
Faculty and doctoral students whose abstracts are accepted will be invited to present their working papers at whatever stage they are in to receive developmental feedback on their ideas in small discussion groups. The $99 education-rate conference fee (covering all meals during the conference) will be waived for doctoral students and international scholars, if your abstract is accepted. Partial travel stipends are also available on a first come first serve basis.
Here you will find an agenda, and information on conference speakers who are visionary researchers and business thought leaders from across North America, and more abstract submission details here.
The deadline to submit an abstract is February 2.
We are here to answer your questions about this call for abstracts. Please send an email to Angie Gutterman at email@example.com.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Dr. Ellen Ernst KossekBasil S. Turner Distinguished Professor of Management
Dr. Brad AlgeAssociate Professor of Management
Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business