CARMA lecture series hosts noted scholar from University of Maryland

On October 25, Wayne State University’s Center for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA) hosted its second live webcast lecture of the 2013-2014 CARMA Consortium Webcast Program. October’s speaker was Gilad Chen, the Ralph J. Tyser Professor of Organizational Behavior and chair of the Department of Management & Organization at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business. 

Chen’s presentation was titled "Multi-Level Organizational Research: Where We’ve Been and Where are We Going." The purpose of this presentation was to provide a broad overview of multilevel organizational research, with respect to its history, current trends and new directions.

Thirty faculty and graduate students attended both the webcast and the "Meet the Methodologist" interview in person at WSU. More than 275 additional faculty and students from 42 of CARMA’s Consortium Webcast Program member institutions viewed the webcast live online. A recording of this lecture is now available for viewing for all faculty and students at 141 universities worldwide that belong to the Consortium Webcast Program or the International Video Library Program.

CARMA’s next live webcast will be Friday, November 15, and will feature Michael J. Zickar of Bowling Green State University and Scott Tonidandel of Davidson College. Zickar will present on "Modeling Polytomous Data,” while Tonidandel will present on "Developments and Resources for Relative Importance Analysis."

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