Volunteering with TLC@AOM, Journal Paper Development Workshops, BOG Nominations
19 October 2022
19 October 2022
What members say about volunteering at the Teaching and Learning Conference
“The benefits of being a TLC volunteer include helping to advance innovative teaching practices within the Academy of Management, aligning with my university’s mission of high-quality business education, and building relationships with like-minded educators.”
Vicki Fairbanks Taylor
Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
“My service to the TLC@AOM has exposed me to exciting new pedagogical innovations and a global community of scholars passionate about the cause of teaching and learning outside of my own subject expertise. Serving in a leadership role has provided tremendous visibility and significantly contributed to my career and professional development over the years.”
San Jose State University
“Teachers have made the biggest impact on my life. I volunteer because it is my way saying thank you.”
Sharon Alicia Simmons
Jackson State University
"I've loved getting the chance to work with people from a range of management-related disciplines who share a passion for teaching and learning."
Dante Di Gregorio
California State University Monterey Bay
“I have truly enjoyed working on this committee… it has given me the opportunity to work with incredible scholars and teaching enthusiasts from around the world to engage in supporting high-quality teaching.”
University of Illinois
"I thoroughly enjoyed working with people passionate about education to raise the TLC@AOM profile. Personally, the committee work helped me to get more international exposure and recognition in the field of education which had a significant positive impact on my career progression.”
Queen Mary University of London
"I have made many international friends and network nodes that share my passion for teaching."
Norway University of Science and Technology
The TLC Committee is searching for additional volunteers with a passion for teaching and the ability to invest time throughout the year as we work to make the Teaching and Learning Conference a continuing success.
The deadline for submitting your application is 22 October.
Non-members and members who were unable to attend the Annual Meeting can register for Post-Conference Access to receive unlimited access to the Annual Meeting platform through 31 October.
Paper Development Workshops
are designed to provide authors with guidance and
expertise in the development of their manuscript for
potential submission to an Academy journal. Join us for
these upcoming Paper Development Workshops:
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Members in the News
Auburn University recognizes Brian Connelly, as the Creative Research and Scholarship Award recipient.
Brian is an internationally recognized researcher
exploring how corporate governance structures,
such as shareholders and boards, affect
competition and strategic outcomes. Following 20
years of industry experience at Fortune 500
companies, he has built an academic career that
includes scholarly publications that have been
cited over 10,000 times and 135 invited
presentations at conferences around the world.
“This year’s honorees reflect the level of
impactful teaching, research, and outreach that so
aptly defines our university and drives our
mission,” said Auburn University Interim Provost
Brian is a member of the ENT, HR, IM, OSCM, OB,
RM, and STR divisions.
Professor of Business Herbert Nold teaches
strategic management, operational management, and
leadership in Polk State College’s Business
Program, which benefits from the professional
experience and research of its faculty members.
Herbert enjoyed a distinguished 30-year career in
the public and private sectors, including time as
a manufacturing engineer and CFO who oversaw
operations, information technology, and human
resources. He prides himself on blending his
decades of practical experience with textbook
theory to facilitate students’ connections between
what they learn in the classroom and the real