Computers and People Research (CPR)
May 30 - June 1, 2013
Cincinnati, Ohio
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Information Technology, People, and Economic Renewal

A doctoral consortium will take place on the day prior to the conference. The consortium is targeted at students in early stages of dissertation proposal-writing on topics pertaining to CPR to: 1) provide feedback and guidance on proposals in stages where feedback can be beneficial for future dissertation work; and 2) provide mentoring and networking opportunities to students.

Doctoral students must be nominated to the consortium by the PhD advisor. Nominated students should submit a 10-page research proposal (including all text, figures, and references) to be reviewed by a panel of highly qualified senior faculty mentors.

The 3 to 5 students selected to participate in the doctoral consortium will receive two rounds of written feedback on their proposal. Each student will have 40-60 minutes to present his or her research ideas and receive feedback in-person from 6 to 8 experienced CPR researchers. The due date for consortium submissions is the same as for papers.

A limited number of travel grants are available, requests for which must be submitted to Doctoral Consortium Chairs. Non-presenting doctoral students are highly encouraged to participate.

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Please identify submission as doctoral consortium.

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