Chia-Jung Tsay, professor in management and an associate professor of management and human resources at the Wisconsin School of Business, received the 2023 Best Paper Award from Diversity in Management and Organizations. The paper, “Gendered Time Surveillance and Suspicions at Work and in Professional Roles,” was co-authored with Erin Reid of McMaster University. Tsay and Reid identified the construct of time surveillance—noting and making assumptions about what others are doing during the workday.
Summary data from WSB Distinguished Teaching Professor Ann O’Brien’s Accounting Systems course last fall along with data from 185 other institutions across 14 countries was used for the experiment, which pitted the artificial intelligence chatbot, ChatGPT, against students in answering 28,085 accounting-based questions on topics ranging from audit and finance to tax and managerial content.
To enter your cool science images or videos, visit the contest webpage for guidelines, submission requirements and a link to the entry form. The submission deadline is May 7.
The contest is open to the UW–Madison community. Faculty, staff, students, postdocs and others with campus connections are eligible, and may enter as individuals or groups. Entries for the 2020 contest will be accepted from Jan. 30 to March 15.
To enter your cool science images or videos, visit the contest webpage for guidelines, submission requirements and a link to the entry form. The submission deadline is March 15.
Research Security Program identifies risks and provides tools and strategies to prevent and mitigate them
John Miller One year into his role as interim director of the Research Security Program, John Miller is working across campus to apply research security principles and best practices to safeguard research domestically and abroad. The program, housed in the Office of the Vice Chancellor for…
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. Read the story about Research Forward. The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Graduate Education (OVCRGE) has announced a new round of the Research Forward initiative to stimulate and support highly innovative and groundbreaking research at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. The initiative…
About the Initiative: The Research Core Revitalization Program is the third round of an initiative to strengthen campus research core capacities by supporting the upgrade, replacement or duplication of heavily used shared research resources. Shared instruments, equipment and other resources play a critical role in research across the university and…
Chakraborty, faculty fellow and an assistant professor of marketing is.a co-winner for Best Dissertation-Based Article, “Attribute Sentiment Scoring with Online Text Reviews: Accounting for Language Structure and Missing Attributes,” which looks at online restaurant reviews using Yelp data, mining text phrases for attributes of the consumer’s restaurant experience, such as the type of food ordered and its price.