Hope you don’t mind if I share some good news with you. I was very pleasantly surprised by it!
I recently got the reviews back from a paper submission we had made to an academic conference. The paper is a synthesis of some of my work in Finland (titled “Experiencing an International Virtual Team”) and the program planner for the International Division said that ours was: “perhaps the best proposal submitted to our division. Thanks for the submission. Virtual international collaboration is not only a must technological reach but a global responsibility.”
I thought that was a great compliment, and it was fun to share with the great Ph.D. students who worked with me on it. Three out of the five reviewers gave it 100%!
One reviewer said: “STRENGTHS of the Proposal: 1. Good references to appropriate literature. 2. A wonderful paper! 3. Very well-written. 4. A strong contribution to the research and theory on international communication; this will be a trend in research for the present and future!”
OK – enough of that for now. With the negative feedback that often comes from different papers or projects, it is especially nice to hear and share good news, celebrating the moment of its arrival.
Congradulations Clint! Where will this take you in the future if there is a need for your research in the global scene? Is this a career that you have in the field of virtual international collaboration?
Nice work Clint. Now you need to post the thing so we can read it.
Very excited for you! Congratulations!
That indeed is very nice and refreshing for nice comments like this. I was reading a paper of yours and decided to check out your blog. Are you teaching in the IMPDET? Sounds like a very exciting program.