Tourism Seminar: Associate Professor Mahesh Subramony
The Academic Journey: Opportunities, Pitfalls, and Destinations
Every academic journey is unique, with different starting points, milestones, obstacles, and destinations.
In this interactive forum, Associate Professor Mahesh Subramony will describe his own journey as a researcher, teacher, writer, reviewer, and editor; and reflect upon lessons learned along the way.
Some of these lessons will focus on the professional aspects of an academic life (e.g., how to create high-quality manuscripts and write such that reviewers will favourably evaluate the manuscripts, when to collect data and when to utilize archival datasets), while others will be more self-explorative (e.g., why friendships are important, does a healthy lifestyle play a role in success).
Questions and comments are welcome throughout the seminar.
HDR students welcome, this will be a resource for your own research journey.
Mahesh Subramony (PhD – Central Michigan University) is an associate professor and director of the Center for Human Capital and Leadership at Northern Illinois University. His research program examines the reciprocal relationships between organizations, workers, and customers, within a social/institutional context; and his teaching is within the domains of human resource management, organizational behavior, and management consulting. Mahesh’s research has been published in reputed academic publications including the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Perspectives, Human Resource Management, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Organizational Behavior, and Journal of Management. He is an associate editor of the Journal of Service Management, and the Journal of Service Research.