10/18/17 Differences and Partnerships in Scholarly Collaborations
Location: Jones Room of Woodruff Library
For this panel, we want to focus on the topic of “Differences and Partnerships in Scholarly Collaborations”: collaborations can be successful and productive among scholars at different points in their career trajectories working together. At the same time, we know that such collaborations can have challenges and grey areas, given the differences in authority and power. How do rank, gender, and other forms of difference affect the dynamics among collaborators? What are the best approaches to collaborating with students? We are hoping to focus on best practices and common challenges in such partnerships. How do issues of authority and responsibility work best among multiple PI’s and co-investigators? What is “managing up?” What are the main considerations in authorship when collaborative research is published?
Faculty Panel Discussion:
- Colleen Kraft, Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
- Andres Camacho-Gonzales, Assistant Professor of Pediatric Infectious Disease
- Anthony Martin, Professor of Practice, Environmental Sciences
- Cassandra Quave, Assistant Professor, Dermatology and Center for the Study of Human Health