PACIS 2022 Doctoral Student Corner

ABOUT THE DOCTORAL STUDENT CORNER

The AIS Doctoral Student College will host several virtual events as part of this year’s PACIS Doctoral Student Corner. We have developed these events to help doctoral students make the most of the conference by providing opportunities to gain advice from experienced faculty and to build relationships with others in our field.

We invite doctoral students at all levels to register for this free ancillary event when registering for PACIS 2022. If you have already registered for the conference but forgot to include the Doctoral Student Corner ancillary event, you are still welcome to participate. We will give away several Amazon gift cards during each of our events!

Although we will host all our events virtually this year, we anticipate them being as fun and enjoyable as before.

Tentative Event Planning:

Welcome Reception & Social
Wednesday July 6th, 04:30-05:30pm Taipei Time/ 04:30-05:30am EST

This event will be our official welcome reception for the Doctoral Student Corner. During this hour, students will have the chance to meet and interact with each other on Remo.

Faculty Roundtables
Thursday July 7th, 04:30-05:30pm Taipei Time/ 04:30-05:30am EST

During this event, you will have the opportunity to meet and interact with IS scholars who will provide advice on various aspects of academic life, including making the most of your doctoral studies. You can also ask them for advice on other aspects of academic life, such as research, teaching, and service.

Student Hangout & Conclusion 
Friday July 8th, 04:30-05:30pm Taipei Time/ 04:30-05:30am EST

This will be our closing event for the Doctoral Student Corner. We will also be giving away several prizes.

Please visit this webpage periodically for up-to-date information on our events.

We hope that you are as excited as us to be a part of the first virtual PACIS Doctoral Student Corner!

DOCTORAL STUDENT CORNER CHAIRS

Vipin Saini
National Sun Yat-sen University
vipinsaini2000@gmail.com

Junyoung Park
Georgia State University
jpark136@gsu.edu

Long The Nguyen
University of Massachusetts Amherst
longtnguyen@som.umass.edu