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预告 | 经管学术报告2019年第9讲

报告时间:4月12日(周五) 上午 9:00-10:00

报告地点:经B301

报告题目

   Indicators for a global and dynamic science system

报告摘要:

  Science is a global, dynamic, and collaborative activity. However, our measurements of science are largely static and do not account for the growing complexity involved in the making of science. In this talk, we discuss the development of new indicators for science that take into account scientific mobility, collaboration, specialization, and scientific leadership. We will discuss the construction of these indicators and their implications for measuring the growth of national production in science. Our talk emphasizes the anachronistic lens of “brain drain” and seeks to provide a more accurate lens through notions of “circulation.” We discuss implications at the national, global, and disciplinary levels.

报告人简介:

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Cassidy Sugimoto is associate professor at the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University Bloomington. She researches within the domain of scholarly communication and scientometrics, examining the formal and informal ways in which knowledge producers consume and disseminate scholarship. She has edited and co-edited four books and has published numerous journal articles on this topic. Her work has been presented at numerous conferences and has received research funding from the US National Science Foundation, Institute for Museum and Library Services, and the Sloan Foundation, among other agencies. Cassidy is actively involved in teaching and service and has been rewarded in these areas with an Indiana University Trustees Teaching award (2014) and a national service award from the Association for Information Science and Technology (2009). She served as the President of the faculty at Indiana University in 2015-2016 and is currently serving as President of the International Society for Scientometrics and Informetrics. Cassidy has an undergraduate degree in music performance, an M.S. in library science, and a Ph.D. in information and library science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.