Institutional Membership Overview

CARMA Institutional Memberships provide research methods education for faculty and graduate students from management, organization studies, and other social science disciplines. Membership allows live online access to CARMA’s Webcast Lecture Series, Ask the Experts Panels, Ph.D. Prep Panels, and on-demand access to our full Video Library collection (250+ recordings). Additional benefits include a 50% discount on registration fees for CARMA Short Courses and access to our Research Methods Education Program. Institutional Membership allows for the creation of individual CARMA User Accounts for everyone on your university/institution’s email domain.

Webcast Lecture Series (Live Online with Recordings Available)

Overview:

Established in 2004, our Webcast Lecture Series offers live lectures by esteemed methodologists. Designed for university faculty, graduate students, and researchers, these lectures cover introductory and advanced topics in research methods and data analysis, emphasizing practical application.

2024-2025 Presenters:

We are excited about our lineup of Webcast Lecturers for our 2024-2025 membership year. We will be offering 14 webcast lectures in total. See below for our list of confirmed presenters thus far. More details to be announced soon!

Dr. Jose Azorin-Molina
University of Alicante
Alicante, Spain

Dr. Don Bergh
Denver University

Denver, Colorado, USA

Dr. Kevin Corley
Imperial College
London, UK

Dr. Joep Cornelissen
Erasmus University

Rotterdam, Netherlands

Dr. Allison Gabriel
Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana, USA

Dr. Arturs Kalnins
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa, USA

Dr. Jonas Lang
Exeter University
Exeter, UK

Dr. Lakshmi Balachandaran Nair
LUISS Guido Carli University
Rome, Italy

Dr. Nelson Phillips
University of California Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, California, USA

Dr. Christopher Porter
Virginia Tech University

Blacksburg, Virginia, USA

Dr. Michael Pratt
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, USA

Dr. Rong Su
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa, USA

Dr. Robert Vandenberg
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia, USA

Dr. Bert Weijters
Ghent University
Ghent, Belgium

Ask the Experts Panels (Live Online with Recordings Available)

Overview:

Ask the Experts Panels provide unique student and faculty research needs not covered by Webcast Lectures or Short Courses. Panels include specialized tutorials, panels with methodologists, article discussions, and networking sessions for members sharing similar interests. Available throughout the institutional membership period.

Schedule:

Coming Soon!

Ph.D. Prep Panels (Live Online with Recordings Available) 

Overview:

Ph.D. Prep Panels consist of live online events aimed at enhancing research methods knowledge and skills for success in doctoral studies and academia. The sessions cater to the specific needs of early, middle, and late-stage doctoral students, covering various topics such as developing a research pipeline, using multiple research methods, and aligning conceptual and empirical analysis in a thesis/dissertation. Additionally, the panels offer a networking opportunity for students from different schools, complementing their doctoral programs’ activities.

Schedule:

Coming Soon!

CARMA Video Library

Overview:

Access 250+ recorded lectures from esteemed scholars on various research methods in CARMA’s Video Library since 2004. Improved search and viewing process for a better experience. Faculty and students from member universities have on-demand access from anywhere. Valuable resource for authors, reviewers, editors, and instructors enriching the learning experience. Explore the full list of recordings here.

Schedule: All recordings are available on-demand throughout the membership period.

Short Courses

Overview:

Institutional Member Schools receive a 50% discount on Short Courses, which are 20-hour sessions focusing on research methods and data analysis. The courses prioritize hands-on experience and practical application, providing an equal balance of lecture and lab time. Instructors are esteemed methodological scholars with expertise in organizational studies and management, some of whom have served as editors for top organizational journals. The list of CARMA Short Courses covers both introductory and advanced training on quantitative and qualitative topics, including rare content not readily available at other institutions. These courses also offer networking opportunities with leading scholars and peers in participants’ areas of interest.

Schedule:
June 2024 Short Course Plus Program
Live Online
Session I: June 10-12, 2024
Session II: June 13-15, 2024

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