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Academics

Current Course Schedules                             

FALLSPRING

FALL 2013

Instructor Room Day Time Course Course Number Index
David Lepak JLB 106 ALTERNATE TUESDAYS

12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.

PROSEMINAR 16:545:610 25008
Adrienne Eaton LEC Room 130 WEDNESDAYS 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Industrial Relations Seminar 16:545:611 24695
Patrick McKay JLB 106 FRIDAYS 2:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Micro HR Seminar 16:545:616 34474

* Varies per instructor

SPRING 2014

Instructor Room Day Time Course Course Number Index
Dave Lepak JLB 106 ALTERNATE TUESDAYS 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. PROSEMINAR 16:545:610:01 03047
Stan Gully JLB 006 WEDNESDAYS 1:00 p.m. – 3:40 p.m. Multivariate 16:545:614:01 17354
Ingrid Fulmer JLB 106 TUESDAYS 9:00 a.m. – 11:40 a.m. Organizational Behavior 16:545:618:01 17355
        Research
(Thesis and dissertation)
16:545:702 See online schedule
        Independent Study 16:545:601:01 08581
        Independent Study 16:545:602:01 04434
        Matriculation Continued 16:545:800:01 01310
        Graduate Assistantship 16:545:866:01 01311
        Teaching Assistantship 16:545:877:01 01312
        Fellowship 16:545:811:01 08025
Dave Lepak JLB 216A

MARCH 27
APRIL 3, 10, 17, 24
MAY 1, 8, 15, 22

12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Organizational Theory 16:545:619:01 19119

* Varies per instructor

Funding

Governance and Administration

The doctoral program in Industrial Relations and Human Resources (IRHR) is governed by the IRHR graduate faculty within the guidelines established by the Graduate School–New Brunswick (GS–NB). The graduate faculty nominates a graduate director for approval by the deans of SMLR and GS–NB. The graduate faculty also nominates and elects a PhD policy committee, whose membership is structured as follows: The IRHR graduate program director serves as an ex officio member.

Apart from the director, four members of the IRHR graduate faculty who are currently active in publishing refereed articles and books serve two?year terms. Each department will elect two representatives, who will serve staggered terms so that each department will elect one member each spring term.

One IRHR doctoral student serves a one?year term. Current doctoral students administer the election process and elect the student member in September.

The PhD policy committee is responsible for all aspects of policy development and implementation for the IRHR doctoral program. Policy issues include, but are not limited to, recruiting, admissions, curriculum development, evaluation, rules, regulations, examinations, research seminars, research support, assistantships, professional development, and job placement. The student representative will not be involved in admissions or decisions involving individual students. The graduate director posts policy statements on the program's web page, and informs students that they are responsible for consulting this information as needed. On behalf of the committee, the graduate director also makes regular reports to the faculty at school wide faculty meetings, which are normally held each semester.

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