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ASIST Doctoral Seminar
on Research and Career Development

November 5, 2013, Salon 3, Le Centre Sheraton, Montreal

Organizers:

Barbara Wildemuth, School of Information and LIbrary Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and

Howard Rosenbaum, Department of Information and Library Science, School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University Bloomington


Purpose

The purpose of this seminar is to provide a forum in which doctoral candidates and recent doctoral graduates can discuss their research and career plans with more senior scholars. During the seminar, the junior scholars will become acquainted with more senior scholars working in related areas and will have the opportunity to interact with their peers.

Participants

The following junior researchers have been invited to participate:

The following senior researchers will be working with them:

Agenda

3:30 Introductions
3:45

Individual discussions between junior and senior scholars

  • Amelia Acker, Samantha Hastings
  • Sebastian Boell, Howard Rosenbaum & Barbara Wildemuth
  • Erik Choi, Pnina Fichman
  • Kaitlin Costello, Paul Solomon
  • Fereshteh Didegah, Dangzhi Zhao
  • Rhiannon Gainor, Steve Sawyer
  • Devon Greyson, Denise Agosto
  • Grace Youngjoo Jeon, Gary Marchionini
  • Christopher Leeder, Heidi Julien
  • Sherry Xie, Kristin Eschenfelder

 

4:45 Group discussion of research and career development issues
5:30 Wrap-up and evaluation

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