From June 17 – June 21, scholars from the NetSci lab will descend on London for the annual conference of the International Communication Association. A number of lab members will be giving talks and presenting, including:
- Maggie Boyraz, Thursday, June 20, 3:30pm – 4:45pm. Value of International Experience and Cultural intelligence in Developing Global Mindset: The Role of Global Mindset in Effective Intercultural Collaboration in Global Teams (Top Student Paper)
- Jennifer Gibbs, Maggie Boyraz and Christine Goldthwaite, Wednesday, June 19, 3:30pm – 4:45pm.From Conflict to Creativity in Global Teams: The Moderating Role of Shared Identity and Perceived Proximity
- Marya Doerfel, Tuesday, 1:30pm – 2:45pm. Disasters as Punctuated Equilibrium: Chance for Change or Not a Chance.
- Muge Haseki and Matthew Weber, Friday, 10:30am – 11:45am. Talking Through Technology: The Duality of Maintaining Internal and External Organizational Relationships Through Social Media.
- Heewon Kim and Matthew Weber, Friday, 10:30am – 11:45am. The Promise of Social: Improving Work Outcomes in Large Multinational Organizations Through the Use of Collaborative Technology.
- Young Hoon Kim, Niclas Erhardt and Jennifer Gibbs, Friday, 12:00pm – 1:15pm. The Coevolution of Communication Networks and Expertise Recognition-Induced Information-Seeking Behaviors.
- Matthew Weber, Tuesday, 10:30am – 11:45am. Making Sense of Big Data: Developing a Social Science Research Agenda.
Copies of presentations and papers will be available shortly under the presentations header.