2019 Doctoral Symposium

Thursday, October 17, 2019

 Doctoral Symposium Co-chairs
                               
Keisha Cutright
Duke University
Tom Kramer
University of California, Riverside

The symposium offers an opportunity for PhD students to meet each other, interact with faculty, and share and develop research ideas. 

For more information about the symposium, please contact
Keisha Cutright (keisha.cutright@duke.edu) or Tom Kramer (Thomas.Kramer@ucr.edu).


2019 ACR Doctoral Symposium:  Becoming Wise (click here for a printable pdf)

7:45 am

Registration Opens

7:45-8:20 am

Continental Breakfast

8:20-8:30 am

Centennial II

Welcome to the Symposium

ACR OmbudsTeam Introduction

8:30-9:30 am

Centennial II

“Jeopardy:  Editor Wisdom Edition”

Editors from top marketing journals will compete in a fun game of Jeopardy while sharing their wisdom and providing insights on how to publish in top journals in our field.

9:30-10:30 am

Centennial II

“Fresh Wisdom from the Other Side

A panel of recent graduates will discuss how to navigate the job market process and provide tips for surviving the first years as an assistant professor.

10:30-10:45 am

Coffee Break

10:45-11:15 am

Hanover A-F

“On the Road to Wisdom: Filling your Tool-Box” – Session 1:  
  • John Lynch: How to conduct proper analyses of counterbalanced repeated-measure designs (Hanover A)
  • Andrea Morales and On Amir: How to devise and execute field experiments more effectively (Hanover B)
  • Julie Ozanne: How to generate research that has more impact (Hanover C)
  • Markus Giesler: How to derive theoretical insights from qualitative data (Hanover D)
  • Jeff Inman: How to write and advance your ability to develop manuscripts for top-tier journals (Hanover E)
  • Chris Moorman: How to write better reviews and respond more effectively to reviewers (Hanover F)

11:20-11:50

Hanover A-F

“On the Road to Wisdom: Filling your Tool-Box” – Session 2:  
  • Joe Goodman: How to run studies online (Hanover A)
  • Stephen Spiller: How to test interaction effects (Hanover B)
  • Julie Ozanne: How to generate research that has more impact (Hanover C)
  • Markus Giesler: How to derive theoretical insights from qualitative data (Hanover D)
  • Jeff Inman: How to write and advance your ability to develop manuscripts for top-tier journals (Hanover E)
  • Chris Moorman: How to write better reviews and respond more effectively to reviewers (Hanover F)

11:55-12:25 pm

Hanover A-F

“On the Road to Wisdom: Filling your Tool-Box” – Session 3:  
  • Joe Goodman: How to run studies online (Hanover A)
  • Stephen Spiller: How to test interaction effects (Hanover B)
  • John Lynch: How to conduct proper analyses of counterbalanced repeated-measure designs (Hanover C)
  • Andrea Morales and On Amir: How to devise and execute field experiments more effectively (Hanover D)
  • Jeff Inman: How to write and advance your ability to develop manuscripts for top-tier journals (Hanover E)
  • Chris Moorman: How to write better reviews and respond more effectively to reviewers (Hanover F)

12:30-1:30 pm

Centennial II

“A Word to the Wise: Lessons over Lunch”

Attendees will have the opportunity to sit with faculty members over lunch and ask all their burning questions! 

1:30-3:15 pm

Hanover A-F

“Shark Tank Season 2!”

Back by popular demand! Attendees will work in groups and compete to develop novel, useful research ideas around a particular theme.  Faculty members will serve as mentors and judges.

3:15-4:15 pm

Centennial II

“Shark Tank Season 2: Announcement of Winners and Celebratory Toast!”

Enjoy a toast for the winners and mingle with students and faculty to close out the day before heading to the ACR Fellows Address!

A very special thank you to our sponsors!