JOIN us at our 2015 International Business Conference in New York City, at the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel! In addition to the Business Conference, we are also hosting a Education Conference that will be held on the same days, at the same venue. One registration fee will allow you to attend both conferences.
- Conference DATES: August 2-6, 2015
- Early PAYMENT DISCOUNT: July 2, 2015
- Hotel room cutoff: July 3, 2015
- Final abstracts/papers due: July 7, 2015
- Tour DATE: August 6, 2015
Profology: A Collaborative Commons for Research and Teaching
Professor Lawrence C. Marsh, Ph.D.
Profology is an online community in HIGHER EDUCATION that enables faculty to work together within and across disciplines to share resources and solve common problems. It lets faculty easily share teaching and research materials in a secure environment not accessible to students. Professors can find someone to work with who shares their passion for a particular subject but also brings complementary skills to the project. In the Colleague Support Center at Professors Helping Professors, faculty can post questions anonymously to get information and advice on CAREER, teaching and research issues. The Colloquia provide forums for discussions of topics of common interest. The Blogs provide a place to express insights and ideas.
About Lawrence C. Marsh
Professor Marsh brings over 40 years of experience in HIGHER EDUCATION as both an administrator and faculty member. During his 30 years on the faculty at the University of Notre Dame, Dr. Marsh spent 13 years as the director of Notre Dame’s Ph.D. program in economics. He also co-founded the Midwest Econometrics Group. He is author or coauthor of hundreds of publications including journal articles, newspaper columns, book chapters and books. As a guest editor for the Journal of Econometrics, he edited a special issue on higher education. He has served the University of Chicago both as visiting scholar in the Economics Department and as visiting professor of econometrics and statistics in Chicago’s Booth School of Business.
The business conference provides a forum for faculty and administrators to present their research on all aspects of business. Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Computer Information Systems
- Diversity Management
- Energy Policy
- Human Resources
- Information Systems