This series of presentations is being held in spring 2022 in response to student requests for a more consistent experience in the dissertation process. Academic Affairs has determined that these sessions will be required for all faculty who chair dissertations, although department chairs may choose to allow individual faculty members to participate in 2 of the 3 sessions based on their level of experience.
All sessions have been recorded to allow future viewing by those unable to participate live.
Supporting Student Success with the IRB review/CHICAGO. Tuesday, March 1, 2022
Elizabeth Fotopoulos and Sandra Kakacek of Chicago’s IRB explain the work that a student and dissertation chair need to do on the research proposal before submitting to the IRB for review.
Supporting Student Success with the REB review/VANCOUVER Contact Manal Giuirguis-Younger, firstname.lastname@example.org for attendance link and/or recording.
Rebecca Bateman of the Vancouver REB will explain the work that a student and dissertation chair need to do on the research proposal before submitting to the REB for review. Teri Fleming of the Research Ethics BC network will present on Adler's membership in REBC and implications for multi-jurisdictional health-related research in the province.
Learn From Your Peers. Tuesday, February 15, 2022
A panel presentation and Q and A session with Kristina Brown, Donna DiMatteo-Gibson, Manal Guirguis-Younger, and Cathy McNeilly on best practices for chairing dissertations.
Dissertation Chair Essentials 3: Writing Support and Format Review. Tuesday, April 5, 2022
Adler writing consultant John Hawkins and format reviewer Amy Gralewski will each present and take questions on these steps in the dissertation process so that chairs can guide their students in using these resources.