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14 Plattenstrasse
Kreis 7, ZH, 8032
Switzerland

Jamie L Gloor is an experienced, international researcher, educator and mentor. She is American born but currently resides in Zurich, Switzerland. Her research interests focus on individual and organizational health, including publications on diversity and leadership and research experience at prestigious universities across four different continents. 

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Did you hear the one about the (free) workplace humor workshop?

Jamie Gloor

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We are pleased to announce an exciting, interdisciplinary event for early career scholars interested in humor research. Please reserve the dates now and plan to be in Zurich. Research at all stages of development is welcome, as we will have paper roundtables for more developed work as well as science slams for new ideas. There will be no participation fees due to the gratefully acknowledged funding by the UZH Graduate Camps. UZH Prof. and humor expert Willibald Ruch will welcome you, while the following international humor experts will give keynotes and serve as mentors: 

  • Dr. Brad Bitterly (OB/Business) Post-Doc, University of Michigan, USA
    Research interests are humor, status, power, and trust

  • Dr. Cecily Cooper (OB/Business) Professor, Associate Professor, University of Miami, USA
    Research interests are humor, leadership, fairness, and trust

  • Dr. Paul McGhee (Psychology) Professor Emeritus
    Research interests are development of humor in children, primates, and across the lifespan; sense of humor; humor training and malleability; humor response

  • Dr. Tracey Platt (Psychology) Senior Lecturer, University of Wolverhampton, UK
    Research interests are gelotophobia (fear of being laughed at), comic styles, class clowns, laughter, facial expressions of amusement

 

Application criteria:

The workshop is aimed for early career academics (e.g., PhD students, post docs, assistant professors), and exceptional master's students (depending on availability). Applications can be sent until December 1st to Dr. Jamie Gloor including:

  • Extended Abstract/Full Paper (what you can share, depending on the stage of your research)

  • CV (current affiliation, email, education, experience, and presentations/publications)

  • Short summary of motivation for participation and expectations (max. 200 words)

As many of our mentors also study trust, power, status, and leadership, we also encourage submissions on these topics.