CPNM Research Seminar Series: Research discussion with Dr. Qian Hu on “Interorganizational Coordination under Stress: Evidence from Emergency Management Network Research.”

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

SPRING 2020 CPNM Research Seminar Series

Dr. Qian Hu will present her paper, co-authored with Dr. Jungwon Yeo and Dr. Naim Kapucu, entitled “Interorganizational Coordination under Stress: Evidence from Emergency Management Network Research.” In this paper, they synthesize existing literature on emergency management networks, identify research gaps, and provide practical recommendations for emergency management practice.

Following the discussion on her collaborative research, Dr. Hu will introduce a discussion on a new collaborative governance initiative that is beginning. Faculty members are invited to engage in a discussion on collaborative governance, networks, and cross-sector partnerships, as well as any other relevant research topics that may arise and further inform the project.

A few possible topics of discussion to help shape the conversation:

  • Current research projects and grant applications,
  • Brainstorm new ideas or identify previously used methods/frameworks
  • Consider strategies that have been used to strengthen collaboration capacity within ourselves and with outside stakeholders.

Research presentations will be hosted by the CPNM on most Wednesdays from January 15 – April 15, 2020. All faculty are invited to participate. Individual dates will be updated with topics as these become available. You are welcome to invite colleagues and students, as appropriate.

Weekly presentations will be delivered starting at 11:30 a.m., with discussion to follow. Feel free to bring your lunch. DPAC 451 (455* if available) is reserved at 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Skype Invitations Available - Email Justin Miller (Justin.Miller@ucf.edu) or Silvana Bustante (Silvana.Bastante@ucf.edu)

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