EAM 2020 JUNIOR FACULTY CONSORTIUM

EAM’s junior faculty consortium exists to provide networking and professional development opportunities to our members. It includes sessions that touch upon the unique challenges for balancing life in academia – with responsibilities around research or professional work, teaching, service, and home life competing for increasingly limited time.

 The 2020 consortium is career-focused with a faculty panel on work-life balance, a dean’s panel on preparing for tenure, methods and teaching workshop options, and opportunities to network with colleagues. The focus underscores the unique expectations, organizational culture, and politics of careers in higher education. Junior faculty may find themselves challenged by the competing demands of their jobs and surprised or confused by expectations. Attendees will have the chance to learn from deans, peers, and experienced senior and mid-career colleagues who have “been there”. Sharing collected wisdom supports attendees who want to understand these experiences more fully and use that knowledge to refine their career plans.

EAM is noted for its interactive, inclusive, and collegial sessions. You’ll be able to submit questions and ideas in advance of the consortium, and then engage with panelists and other attendees during the sessions. Many members joined as doctoral students or early in their careers, and have derived benefits ranging from finding research partners, mentors, and lifelong colleagues to enhancing knowledge of research and teaching, to building skills through service on committees, boards, and conference programs.

Consortium Co-Chairs

Dr. Laurie Levesque
Associate Professor, Management and Entrepreneurship

Director, Master of Management Studies 

Sawyer Business School, Suffolk University

Boston, MA 02108
Email:
llevesque@suffolk.edu
Past President EAM

Contact for questions

Dr. Elizabeth McCrea
Associate Professor of Management

Stillman School of Business

Seton Hall University
South Orange, NJ 07079

Email: elizabeth.mccrea@shu.edu

President EAM

Quantitative Sessions

Dr. Lisa Schurer Lambert
William S. Spears Chair of Business Administration
Oklahoma State University
Email: lisa.schurer.lambert@okstate.edu

Associate Editor: Organizational Research Methods

Schedule

ZOOM LINK FOR JUNIOR FACULTY CONSORTIUM 

Wednesday June 24, 2020 

8:30                 Welcome to EAM 2020 by EAM President - zoom link

9:00-9:10        Welcome to Junior Faculty Consortium (zoom link is for morning JFC sessions - zoom link)

9:10-9:35        Networking for Academics – finding collaborators, co-authors, and clients

9:45-10:25     Panel: The Early Years: Balancing Research, Teaching, Service, and home   

10:30-12:00 Option 1: Teaching Roundtables (two rounds; topics for each round TBA)

                        Option 2: Quantitative Methods I - Moderation, mediation, and moderated mediation - zoom link

12:00-1:00 Break

1:00-2:30 Option 1:  Quantitative Methods II - Storytelling through Statistics - zoom link

                        Option 2: PDW The Struggle is Real: Balancing Motherhood in Academia -zoom link

                        Option 3: PDW Career Challenges of Directors, Chairs, and Assistant/Associate Deans - zoom link

2:35-3:00         Junior Faculty Networking: "bring an issue" (check your email for details)  - zoom link for afternoon JFC sessions

3:00-3:45         Dean's Panel Discussion - What Junior Faculty need to know

                                  Kristin Backhaus, Ph.D. Dean, School of Business, SUNY New Paltz
                                    dt ogilvie, Ph.D. former Dean, Saunders College of Business, Rochester Institute of Technology

                                      Joyce A. Strawser, Ph.D. Dean, Stillman School of Business, Seton Hall University

        3:45– 3:50       How to make the most of the 2020 EAM conference opportunities
          4:00 - 5:15       Keynote Address Lori Groth, CTO Stanley Black & Decker: Being Human in the Digital world  - zoom link

          5:30-6:30         All EAM Social Hour, general networking and a breakout room to develop EAM's BLM statement - zoom link 


          Thursday June 25, 2020


          8:30 am           Get to know EAM 2020 - zoom link


          9:00-10:00      Computer-aided Text Analysis for Researchers - zoom link


          10:30-12:00   Advancing Qualitative Methods - zoom link


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