Discussion and workshop related to creating and moderating geographically distributed research groups. Additionally, discussion of using qualitative data analysis programs with these populations.
A review of the doctoral research processes and automation capabilities, followed by suggesting comprehensive improvements regarding processes, costs, and efforts in specific research areas. It includes examples from three SAS researches.
The 2018 KWB Expanding the Boundaries Research Summit invites you to join us from the comfort of your home or workplace for a four-day event where you can pick and choose the workshops and concurrent sessions that most interest you from any of the four days!
Dr. Lynne Devnew speaking passionately at The Qualitative Report Conference (TQR), January 2018
By C.A. Holland, EdD, UOPX Junior Fellow
My graduated mentee and I submitted a proposal to speak at an IMA conference (peer reviewed). The conference was cancelled, but then we were engaged as webinar speakers in place of the conference. The presentation was a compare and contrast session of both of our dissertations and experiences concerning mentoring.
The Center for Global Business and Information Technology Research and Center for Management and Entrepreneurship are hosting a bootcamp as a parallel event with Southern Regional Science Association Conference on March 15-17. The bootcamp is a beta for a new type of Knowledge without Boundaries event. The bootcamp leaders saw an opportunity to leverage the professional conference attendance with supplemental research development opportunities and experiences for UOPX affiliates in the Philly area.