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   Student Research Colloquium

 

The OD Network IODA 7th Annual:

OD Student Research Colloquium Sponsored Opportunity for Graduate Students

 

The Organization Development Network is offering several opportunities for graduate student work to be presented at the 2015 Conference on October 17-20, 2015, in Portland, Oregon. The Student Paper Presentation and Student Research Colloquium opportunities are available again this year!  Read on for more information about the Student Research Colloquium or click here to view more about the Student Paper Presentation.

Read the below information and send any questions you might have to education@odnetwork.org. Information on how to submit your paper can be found at the bottom of this page.

 

6th Annual OD Student Research Colloquium (SRC) Information

The OD Networks invites current and recently graduated OD students, from both masters’ and doctoral programs, to submit original research, applied theory, and case study papers to the OD Student Research Colloquium illustrating their current or recently completed work on topics that are useful and helpful to advance theory, application, and practice to the OD field.  

An experienced review team of senior scholar-practitioners and faculty members will review SRC paper submissions and select the best SRC papers from those submissions that meet the evaluation criteria.  Selected SRC papers will be presented at the Student Research Colloquium as well as at the Poster Session during the 2015 OD Network conference in Portland.


Evaluation Criteria 

Submitted papers for the SRC will be evaluated using the following criteria:

1.      Demonstrate high quality research, applied theory, practice, and case(s) using any appropriate methods.

2.      Advance the theory, application, and practice of OD.

3.      Draw on, build on, or advance documented OD theory, application, and practice.

4.      Address a problem or issue confronting the field of OD.

5.      Be cogent and well written.

 

 

Submission Guidelines

The submission guidelines and criteria for research-in-process and completed research paper(s) selected as best work(s) must adhere to the following. Be sure that you are reading the correct guidelines

 

Completed Research Submission Guidelines:

  • Represent original research, application, and/or practice that has already been completed and can benefit from thoughtful feedback and discussion.
  • Be submitted by a current student, or a graduate within the past year, from a master’s or doctoral program with an OD focus.
  • Submitted paper is not to exceed 4,000 words for completed work.
  • Include in their format:
    • A title
    • An introduction to the topic, question, or subject of inquiry, and its relevance to the field of OD
    • A summary of the methodology
    • A data analysis or plan for data analysis
    • Results or findings (at least in draft)
    • Conclusions (at least in draft)
    • Implications for future research (at least in draft)
  • Adherence to APA style guidelines.

Research-in-Process Submission Guidelines:

  • Represent original research, application, and/or practice that is in process and can benefit from thoughtful feedback and discussion.
  • Be submitted by a current student or a graduate within the past year, from a master’s or doctoral program with an OD focus.
  • Submitted paper is not to exceed 2,500 words for research-in-process.
  • Include in their format:
    • A title.
    • An introduction to the topic, question, or subject of inquiry, and its relevance to the field of OD
    • A summary of the methodology
    • A data analysis or plan for data analysis
    • Anticipated findings
    • Key questions you wish to explore with colleagues
    • Key references (does not need to be exhaustive)
  • Adherence to APA style guidelines.

 

*Submissions not following the guidelines will be excluded from the evaluation process

 

The Student Research Colloquium Lead for 2015: TBD

 


Submit Your Entry

To submit your paper to the SPP program, e-mail your paper in a word document or PDF to education@odnetwork.org. Be sure to include your full name and which program you are submitting to, either Student Paper Presentation (SPP) or Student Research Colloquium (SRC). We will confirm receipt within 24 hours during normal business hours.

The Call for Student Papers is now closed. Thank you for your consideration.

 

 

 

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