Seminars and Events

2021-2022 Management and Organization Seminar Series

Seminars are typically on Fridays from 11:00AM to 12:30PM unless otherwise specified. 

SPRING 2022 Distinguished Speakers
Date Speaker Presentation Title Room Host
2/4/22

Prof. Sunkee Lee

Carnegie Mellon University

Title to be posted to date JFF 331 TBD
2/11/22

Prof. Daniel Keum

Columbia Business School

Title to be posted to date JFF 331 TBD
2/18/22

Prof. Arvind Karunakaran 

McGill University

Title to be posted to date TBD TBD
2/25/22

Fulton Christopher Eaglin

Harvard Business School

Title to be posted to date JFF 331 TBD
3/4/22

Prof. Angelica Leigh

Duke University

Title to be posted to date JFF 331 TBD

Wed., 3/9/22

Prof. Brian Silverman

Rotman Univ. of Toronto

Title to be posted to date JKP 102 TBD
3/11/22

Prof. Keith Leavitt

Oregon State 

Title to be posted to date JFF 331 TBD
3/18/22

Prof. Lisa Leslie

New York University

Title to be posted to date JFF 331 TBD

3/25/22 

9:30am - 11:00am

Prof. Joyce C. He

UCLA

Title to be posted to date JFF 236 TBD
4/8/22

Prof. Christopher Barnes

Washington

Title to be posted to date JFF 331 TBD
4/15/22

Prof. Pierre Azoulay

MIT Sloan

Title to be posted to date JFF 331 TBD
4/22/22

Prof. Jack Goncalo

University of Illinois

Title to be posted to date JFF 331 TBD
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FALL 2021 Distinguished Speakers
ate Speaker Presentation Title room Host

9/10/21

Prof. Drew Jacoby-Senghor

UC Berkeley

Majority Members Misperceive Even 'Win-Win' Diversity Policies as Unbeneficial to Them Zoom Prof. Eric Anicich

9/17/21

Prof. Jonathan Hersh

Chapman University

Will AI Accelerate the Digital Divide? Evidence From a Field Experiment on How Managers Use AI JFF 240 Prof. Dan Fehder
10/1/21

Prof. Julien Clement

Stanford University

The Intra-Organizational Antecedents to Inter-Organizational Imitation: Micro-level Evidence in Esports JFF 240 Prof. John Eklund
10/15/21

Prof. Daniel Rock

Wharton University

Learning the Latent Structure of the Labor Market JFF 240 Prof. Fehder
10/22/21

Prof. John Joseph

UC Irvine

A Test of the Information Processing-Delegation Hypothesis: EHR Implementation and Task Allocation Within Hospital Care Units, A Natural Experiment JFF 240 Prof. John Eklund
10/29/21

Prof. Brian Lucas

Cornell University

The Creative Cliff Illusion JFF 240 Prof. Scott Wiltermuth
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