Communication, Digital Technology, and Organization CTO

  • 1.  AOM JFC CFP

    Posted 04-12-2024 09:17
    Call for Participants - AOM CTO Division Junior Faculty Consortium at #AOM2024

    Deadline: May 10th, 2024

    The Communication, Digital Technology, and Organization (CTO) Division of the Academy of Management is pleased to announce the 2024 Junior Faculty Consortium (JFC) on Friday August 9th, 2024 in Chicago, Illinois.

    The JFC is an opportunity for untenured faculty and postdoctoral researchers to network, receive feedback on their research, and discuss career issues. All interested junior faculty conducting research at the intersection of communication, digital technology, and organizing are welcome to apply. We welcome researchers from the full diversity of approaches to research on these phenomena, including behavioral, social, technical, and economic issues.

    The purpose of the workshop is to explore strategies and helpful practices for developing successful academic careers. Over the years, the CTO ( Junior Faculty Consortium has played a significant role in helping hundreds of scholars develop their careers and build professional relationships. This year's topics include career related discussions of publication quality and quantity, tenure and promotion, academic integrity, developing and fostering professional relationships, as well as topical discussions around AI and mixing computational techniques with traditional methods.

    Faculty advisors include: 
    Ahmed Abbasi (University of Notre Dame)
    Noshir Contractor (Northwestern University)
    Steven L. Johnson (University of Virginia)
    Elena Karahanna (University of Georgia)
    Stefan Seidel (University of Cologne)
    Anjana Susarla (Michigan State University)
    Marshall Van Alstyne (Boston University)
    Lynn Wu (University of Pennsylvania)
    Youngjin Yoo (Case Western Reserve University)
    Organizer: Nick Berente (University of Notre Dame)
    All untenured faculty and postdoctoral researchers with an interest in organizations and information systems, artificial intelligence, data science, communication, design science, and computational social science are invited to participate. AOM CTO is open to all methodologies, including qualitative, econometric, experimental, survey-based, computational, modeling, and design approaches to organizational research.

    To register, please send an email to Nick Berente at with a brief cover letter (stating your research approach and research interests, including a one-paragraph summary of a current research project) and a copy of your current CV. Indicate whether you have attended the CTO Junior Faculty Consortium in a prior year(s). Put "CTO JFC" in the Subject line. Please register before May 10. Space is limited.

    Nick Berente
    Professor of IT, Analytics, and Operations, Mendoza College of Business
    Faculty Director, iNDustry Labs
    Faculty Affiliate, Lucy Family Institute for Data & Society
    Faculty Affiliate, Technology Ethics Center
    University of Notre Dame

    440-725-6150 (Mobile)
    363 Mendoza College of Business
    Notre Dame, IN 46556