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2020 Workshop Schedule

2020 Workshops

Month Date Workshops Presenter Links
January 2020 Tuesday, January 21st; 8-9 pm (EST) "The Seven Habits of Highly-Successful Doctoral Students" 

Audience: All UOPx and CDS students 

 Dr. Kimberly Underwood The video can be found here.

The PowerPoint can be accessed here.

Jan 23; 7-8 pm Eastern

How to Conduct Interviews

Focus: Presentation of how to conduct interview for qualitative studies.

Audience: All interested researchers including faculty, staff, students, and alumni. 

 

Presenter: Dr. Herman van Niekerk; Host: Dr. Ryan Rominger

The video can be found here

The PowerPoint slides can be accessed here

 

Jan 29; 12 noon EST

How to Apply for Fulbright Grant 

Focus: Presentation of how to  apply for Fulbright grant.

Audience: All interested researchers including faculty, staff, students, and alumni. 

 

Kimberly Williams, Fulbright representative; Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl.  

The video can be found here

The  PowerPoint slides can be accessed here

February 2020 Thursday, February 20th; 6-7 pm (EST)

How to Prepare an IRB Application

Focus: Presentation of how to successfully prepare and submit an IRB application using IRBnet.org.

Audience: All interested researchers including faculty, staff, students, and alumni. 

 

Presenter: Dr. Andrew Maus;

Host: Dr. Mansureh Kebricthi 

The video can be found here

The PowerPoint slides can be accessed here 

Feb 27; 7-8 pm Eastern Time. How to Analyze Qualitative Data I

Focus: Introduction to qualitative data analysis process including chunking, coding, clustering, interpretation and themes, qualitative data representation, and trustworthiness strategies.

Audience: All interested researchers including faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

 

Presenter: Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi; Host: Dr. Ryan Rominger

The video can be found here

The PowerPoint Sldies can be accessed here.

March 2020 March 19; 7-8 pm Eastern Time.  Academic and Professional Publishing

Focus: Presentation of differences between academic and professional publishing.

Audience: All interested researchers including faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

 

Presenters: Dr. Erik Bean and Dr. Liz Johnston

#1 Slide deck can be found here.

#2 Slide deck can be found here.

No video for this presentation.

March 26; 7-8 pm Eastern Time. How to Modify and Use Quantitative Surveys

Focus: Presentation on how to use existing quantitative surveys and modify them to fit your quantitative studies without compromising reliability and validity of the surveys.

Audience: All interested researchers including faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

 

Presenter: Dr. LauraAnn Migliore; Host: Dr. Ryan Rominger

The video can be found here.

The slides can be found here.

April 2020 April 8; 7-8 pm Eastern

Developing a Rigorous Literature Review

 

Presenter: Dr. Erik Bean   
April 16; 7-8 pm Eastern

How to Create and Present a Scholarly Presentation 

Focus: In this interactive workshop, participants will gain tips and best practices on how to create and present academic presentations. Participants will recognize the difference between effective and ineffective presentations. There will be a brief discussion about oral defense presenation as well. 

Audience: All interested researchers including faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

 

Presenters: Dr. Pat D'Urso

Dr. Jay Familant

 
April 23; 7-8 pm Eastern

How to Analyze Quantitative Data (introduction) 

 

Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi; Host: Dr. Ryan Rominger  
May 2020 Thursday, May 7th; 7-8 pm (EST)

The "Write" Habits

In this workshop, we will explore the benefits of a daily writing practice.  Research shows that writing everyday contributes to better self-discipline, expanded vocabulary, a sense of achievement, increased productivity and frankly, better writing.  As summer draws near, this workshop focuses on proven tactics for remaining productive through distractions, writer’s block, and any other reason that keeps you from developing the “write” habits.

 

Drs. Kimberly Underwood, Hilary Johnson-Lutz, and Joy Taylor  
May 21; 7-8 pm Eastern

Building Your Doctoral Brand Post-Graduation

 

Presenters: Drs. Jane Schumacher, Jay Familant, Dr. Kristina McGaha  
May 28; 7-8 pm Eastern

How to Develop and Use Open-Ended Surveys/Questionnaires 

 

Presenter: Dr. Ryan Rominger; Host: Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi  
June 2020 Thursday, June 11th, 8-9 pm (EST)

Writing White Papers People Actually Want to Read

While writing a white paper is no easy task, well-written and well-researched white papers can be powerful tools for building credibility in communities of practice. In other words, if you can address the problems that leaders are trying to solve, they will likely read your paper for a solution!  This workshop will discuss how to effectively write and successfully market a white paper that gets results.

 

Dr. Kimberly Underwood  
June 25; 7-8 pm Eastern

How to use Excel for Descriptive and Inferential Statistics 

 

Presenter: Dr. Brian Sloboda; Host: Dr. Ryan Rominger  
July 2020 July 16; 7-8 pm Eastern

How to Write Grant Applications 

 

Presenters: Dr. Louise Underdahl; Dr. Rodney Luster    
July 23; 7-8 pm Eastern   Presenter: Dr. Ryan Rominger; Host: Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi  
August 2020 (TBA) CDS Diversity and Inclusion Dr. Kimberly Underwood  
Aug 27; 7-8 pm Eastern

How to Analyze Qualitative Data II

 

Presenters: Dr. Ryan Rominger; Host: Dr. Jim Lane  
September 2020 Sept 17; 7-8 pm Eastern

How to Publish a Peer-Reviewed Journal Article

 

Presenter: Dr. Mansureh Kebritchi, Host: Dr. Ryan Rominger  
Sept 24; 7-8 pm Eastern

How to Collect Data from Social Media-Panel of Discussion

 

Presenters: Dr. Erik Bean, Dr. LauraAnn Migliore, Dr. Phil Davidson; Dr. Liz Johnston   
October 2020 Oct 15; 7-8 pm Eastern Alignment in Research Triad and Research Method and Design Presenter: Dr. Diane Archer-Banks  
Thursday, October 8th; 7-8 pm (EST) Effectively Synthesizing in Academic Writing Presenter: Dr. Hilary Johnson-Lutz   
Oct 22; 7-8 pm Eastern

How to Analyze Correlational Studies Using Pearson r and other Correlational Analysis Tests 

 

Presenter: Dr. Brian Sloboda; Host: Dr. Ryan Rominger   
November 2020 Nov  5;  7-8 pm Eastern

Understanding Theoretical and Conceptual Frameworks 

 

Presenter: Dr. Karen Johnson   
Nov 12; 7-8 pm Eastern How to Write up Quantitative Research Results in Chapter 4 Presenter: Dr. Stephanie Ferguson  
Nov 19; 7-8 pm Eastern

How to Conduct Focus Group Interviews 

 

Presenter: Dr. Phil Davidson; Host: Ryan Rominger  
December 2020 No Workshops      

2020 Speaker Series

Date Title and Information Host Group Links
Jan 30, 2020,

6-7 pm Eastern Time. 

UOPX doctoral graduate guest speaker: Dr. Franda Clay

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

Join this webinar to learn about doctoral journey of the speaker and how the doctoral degree from UOPX impacted career development of the speaker.

Audience: All interested participants including faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

 CDS Alumni SIG The video can be found here
Saturday, February 22nd, 12-1 pm (EST) CDS STUDENT COFFEE CHAT:

Chat Topic: "Does "Doctor" Make a Difference???"

Bring your beverage and come chat with these industry leaders as we examine the impact of the doctorate on organizations and explore how practitioners in various industries can use their degrees to make meaningful impacts in the workplace!

Dr. Simone Arnold, First Data Corporation

Dr. Christopher Sigle, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Dr. Victor Raymond, xmStrategist

Dr. Kimberly Underwood, Center for Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Research

Hosted by Drs. Kent Blumberg and Gail Ali

CDS Student Coffee Chat Join this Coffee Chat:

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Meeting ID: 905 246 064

March 3, 2020

7-8 pm Eastern. 

UOPX doctoral graduate guest speaker: Dr. Gwendolyn Avington, Doctor of Health Administration

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

Join this webinar to learn about doctoral journey of the speaker and how the doctoral degree from UOPX impacted career development of the speaker.

Audience: All interested participants including faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

 CDS Alumni SIG

The video can be found here

The PowerPoint Slides can be accessed here

April 2020 TBA CDS Student Coffee Chat  
May 14, 2020

7-8 pm Eastern Time. 

UOPX doctoral graduate guest speaker: Dr. Manuel Barbosa, Doctor of Health Administration

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

Join this webinar to learn about doctoral journey of the speaker and how the doctoral degree from UOPX impacted career development of the speaker.

Audience: All interested participants including faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

 CDS Alumni SIG  
June 2020 TBA CDS Student Coffee Chat  
July 7, 2020

7-8 pm Eastern Time. 

UOPX graduate guest Speaker: Dr. Kristina McGaha, Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership, honoring Dr. Diana Hart

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

Join this webinar to learn about doctoral journey of the speaker and how the doctoral degree from UOPX impacted career development of the speaker.

Audience: All interested participants including faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

 CDS Alumni SIG  
August 2020 TBA CDS Student Coffee Chat  
Sept 1, 2020

7-8 pm Eastern Time. 

UOPX doctoral graduate guest speaker: Dr. Maria Dominguez, Doctor of Management in Organizational Leadership

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

Join this webinar to learn about doctoral journey of the speaker and how the doctoral degree from UOPX impacted career development of the speaker.

Audience: All interested participants including faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

 CDS Alumni SIG  
October 2020 TBA CDS Student Coffee Chat  
Nov 3, 2020

7-8 pm Eastern Time. 

UOPX doctoral graduate guest speaker: Dr. Jose Masip, Doctor of Health Administration

Host: Dr. Louise Underdahl

Join this webinar to learn about doctoral journey of the speaker and how the doctoral degree from UOPX impacted career development of the speaker.

Audience: All interested participants including faculty, staff, students, and alumni.

 CDS Alumni SIG