REVIEWERS

All proposals undergo blind review. We greatly value the contribution that the blind review process makes in conference presentation selections and appreciate the time that our reviewers take from their busy schedule to assist us in our efforts to build a great program.

 

2019 Reviewers

 

We wish to take this opportunity to recognize and thank our 2017 Lilly-Anaheim reviewers:

Emtinan Alquarashi, Temple University

Susan Archibald, Purdue University Global

Milt Cox, Miami University

Kimberly Ondo Purdue University Global

Timothy Ottusch University of Arizona

Michael Snell, Purdue University Global

Virginia Uhley, Oakland University

Todd Zakrajsek, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
 

2017 Reviewers
Asem Aboelzahab, Purdue University
Erik Benson, Cornerstone University
Stephen Bergstrom, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT)
Stephen Carroll, Santa Clara University
Rebecca Chakraborty, Northwood University
Marcia Dixson, Indiana University–Purdue University, Fort Wayne
Terry Doyle, Ferris State University
Peter Eberle, Penn State
Rebecca Foco, UMass, Lowell
Johanna Inman, Temple University
​Janet Josephson, Millersville University
Lunden MacDonald, Metropolitan State University of Denver
Chris Penna, University of Delaware
​Sue Wick, University of Minnesota
Virginia Wray Totaro, Virginia Commonwealth University

   

Invitation to Review

 

If you are interested in the opportunity to review proposals for the Lilly Conferences, click here to contact us. This obligation entails: reading 3-4 proposals, evaluating each using a given rubric, and making the recommendation that the proposal be A) accepted as submitted, B) accepted with revisions, or C) accepted in a different format than the author requested. If you have any questions about how the process works please do not hesitate to ask.

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