Fatou Bagayogo (Information Systems Area) Research Proposal: Three Essays on IT-Related Behaviors on Mon. Feb 6th at 1:00 p.m. in BRONF: 647
Kyung Young LEE, a doctoral student at McGill University in the area of Information Systems, will be presenting his research proposal entitled: Three Essays on Temporary Knowledge Teams (TKT)
Online retailers manage large distribution networks, holding inventory in multiple locations to serve geographically-dispersed customers with varying service requirements. What is the best way to fulfill each customer's order when customers have different service-time requirements?
Xiaoye Chen (Marketing) Thesis Proposal: Understanding the Many Shades of CSR - A Motivational Typology and Consumer Evaluations on Wed. May 11th at 10:00 a.m. in BRONF: 310.
Facilitation allows everyone to express themselves, keeps discussions moving and maintains a safe, respectful group environment.
This one-day workshop is designed for graduate students and Post Docs who are presently teaching, or who would like to prepare for their future teaching roles. Through interactive small and large group sessions, participants will develop pedagogical knowledge and skills.
The Ethical Implications of Different Statistical Early-Stopping Rules for Randomized Clinical Trials
Dave Sackett is coming to the MUHC to learn how you reconcile the dilemma over whether to stop randomized clinical trials early, as soon as the best treatment for trial participants becomes qualitatively convincing, vs. keeping trials going until the best treatment for future patients outside the trial becomes indisputable and its effect-size (e.g., Relative Risk Reduction) becomes highly precise.
By working through examination of the power of words, stereotypes, and assumptions, the workshop also provides an empowered, individual-centred set of tools for addressing these challenges.
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This workshop provides some practical means for supervisors and graduate students to talk about and edit their own writing and that of others. Using authentic graduate writing material, participants will first be introduced to and practice: (a) a simple heuristic and some techniques for talking about and evaluating any genre of academic writing on a global level; (b) some practical vocabulary for