Applications due January 12, 2018
Application portal can be accessed starting November 15, 2018, at https://www-casbs.stanford.edu/local/application/summer-institute
SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENTISTS
Organizations and Their Effectiveness
July 9 through July 21, 2018
Robert Gibbons (firstname.lastname@example.org), economics and management, MIT
Woody Powell (email@example.com), education and sociology, Stanford University
ABOUT THE CASBS SUMMER INSTITUTE
The 2018 CASBS summer institute, Organizations and Their Effectiveness, will take place from July 9 through July 21, 2018, at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences on the Stanford University campus. Fourteen fellowships will be awarded to cover tuition, room and board, and travel.
The deadline for applications is January 12, 2018. Awards will be announced by email no later than February 9, 2018.
Please join us for the 8th Annual Arizona Methods Workshops, January 4-6, 2018.
This year we will offer workshops in R, Data Science, Social Networks, Stata Programming, Field Experiments and Audit Studies, and QCA.
Graduate students can apply for the Scott R. Eliason Award, which covers all but the $50 registration fee.
Website (links to workshop descriptions, instructor bios, award application, & online registration):https://sociology.arizona.edu/methods
The Work and Family Researchers Network (WFRN) is seeking applicants for 2018 Early Career Work and Family Fellowships.
The goal of the program is to help promising young scholars establish career successes, as well as integrate them within the WFRN research community. Fellows receive membership in the WFRN, conference registration, and $500 to attend a preconference and the 2018 WFRN Conference (to be held June 21-23 in Washington DC). Fellows will be connected with one another in periodic encounters beyond the conference, intended to facilitate collaboration and peer-mentorship.
To be eligible, candidates must have received their doctorate in 2015 or later and have yet to progress into tenured or secure senior level positions. Information about the program and application materials can be found at https://workfamily.sas.upenn.edu/content/early-career-fellowship-program. The deadline for receipt of applications is September 15, 2017. Questions about the program can be addressed to the program director, Stephen Sweet at SSWEET@ITHACA.EDU.
Economic Sociology Sections Issues Call for Junior Faculty and Graduate Students to Sign Up in Advance for Professional Development Sessions During the Economic Sociology ASA Roudtable Session, Sunday, August 13, 8:30 a.m.
The Economic Sociology Section Council is pleased to announce Economic Sociology Mentoring Roundtables, to take place at the upcoming ASA Meetings in Montreal this August. The program will feature professional development roundtables for graduate students and junior faculty around the following topics:
- Table 22:Journal article publishing
- Table 23: Book publishing
- Table 24: Navigating the job market
- Table 25: General professional advice
These sessions have been designed to give graduate students and junior faculty opportunities to meet faculty mentors outside their home institutions and strengthen their professional development networks. The sessions will take place during the Economic Sociology Roundtable Session on Sunday, August 13th from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at Palais des congress de Montréal, Level 5, 517B.
The PDW is aimed at advancing experimental research on institutions and strategy by encouraging dialogue between theorists and experimentalists from different disciplinary backgrounds. Specifically, the workshop consists of two segments.
We invite you to register for the 5th AOM PDW on “Trust between Individuals and Organizations.” Please find the details below or at http://aom.org/meetings/sess2017.asp?id=10941.
EGOS 2017 Copenhagen: Pre-Conference Professional Development Workshop on Marxism and organization studies
Wednesday July 5, 2017; 09:00 to 13:00
Note: This announcement was updated on March 29th to incorporate adjustments made to the application requirements. These adjustments are meant to make the workshop more accessible to both graduate students and faculty.
Paul S. Adler
University of Southern California
University of Helsinki
This PDW aims to offer interested faculty and doctoral students an opportunity to explore how Marxist ideas can enrich organization studies and the associated empirical research.
Marxist theory has a long history of engagement with the field of organization studies (see Adler 2009 for an overview) and EGOS has hosted a Marxist organization studies sub-theme in each of the previous five years (leading to the publication of several papers in a forum in Organization Studies April 2015). But there are not many opportunities available to faculty and students who want to learn more about this approach and discuss with others how it might help them in their own research. This PDW aims to fill that gap.