Baylor University

Professional Spotlight -- Fall 2010

Aug. 30, 2010

PUBLICATIONS

Dr. Francis J. Beckwith, professor of philosophy and church-state studies, had a book titled Politics for Christians: Statecraft as Soulcraft published by InterVarsity Press (2010). He had an article titled "Dignity Never Been Photographed: Scientific Materialism, Enlightenment Liberalism and Steven Pinker" published in Ethics and Medicine: An International Journal of Bioethics (Vol. 26, No. 2, 2010). He had an article titled "How to Be An Anti-Intelligent Design Advocate" published in University of St. Thomas Journal of Law and Public Policy (Vol. 4, No. 1, 2009-2010). He had an article titled "Arguments from Bodily Rights: A Critical Analysis" published in Contemporary Moral Issues: Readings in Ethical Issues by Oxford University Press, edited by Lewis Vaughn (2010).

Dr. Lee W. Bewley, program director and associate professor in the Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Health and Business Administration, had a co-authored article titled "Engineering the New Combat Support Hospital" published in Journal of Defense Modeling and Simulation (Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 25-37, January 2010). Co-authors are Suzanne Wood, Dr. Lawrence Fulton, associate professor in the Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Health and Business Administration, and Mark Perry.

Dr. Christopher P. Blocker, assistant professor of marketing, had an article titled "Modeling Customer Value Perceptions in Cross-cultural Business Markets" and a co-authored article titled "Customer Value Anticipation as an Operant Resource Driving Customer Satisfaction and Loyalty" accepted for publication in upcoming issues of Elsevier. Co-authors are Philip Boutin and Daniel Flint, University of Tennessee. He had a co-authored article titled "Proactive Customer Orientation and its Role for Creating Customer Value in Global Markets" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science. Co-authors are Matthew Myers and Daniel Flint, University of Tennessee, and Stan Slater, Colorado State University. He had an article titled "The Dynamics of Satisfaction and Loyalty after Relational Transgressions" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Journal of Services Marketing.

Dr. Martha J. Bradshaw, professor of nursing, had the fifth edition of a co-authored book titled Innovative Teaching Strategies in Nursing and Related Health Professions published by Jones and Bartlett (2010). Co-author is Dr. Arlene J. Lowenstein, Simmons College.

Dr. William V. Davis, professor of English and Writer-in-Residence, had a poem titled "A Cat Named Lonesome" published in The Hopkins Review, New Series (Vol. 3, No. 1, p. 91, winter 2010).

Dr. Kevin D. Dougherty, assistant professor of sociology, had a co-authored article titled "Assessing Key Informant Methodology in Congregational Research" published in Review of Religious Research (Vol. 51, No. 4, pp. 366-379, 2010). Co-author is Philip Schwadel, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Dr. Carie O. Ford, assistant professor of accounting, had a co-authored article titled "The Wealth Effects of Investing in Information Technology: The Case of Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 Compliance" published in The Review of Accounting and Finance (2010). Co-authors are Surendranath Jory, University of Westminster, and Jacob Peng, University of Michigan.

Dr. Lawrence Fulton, associate professor in the Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Health and Business Administration, had a co-authored article titled "Performance Improvement Assessment of the Interservice Physician Assistant Program" published in The Internet Journal of Academic Physician Assistants (Vol. 7, No. 10, January 2010). Co-authors are Dr. David Mangelsdorff, professor of management and health administration in the Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Health and Business Administration, Dr. Lee W. Bewley, program director and associate professor in the Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Health and Business Administration, W. Tozier, U.S. Army Medical Department, and J. Belote, Arkansas Veterans Administration.

Dr. Emily M. Hunter, assistant professor of management, had a co-authored article titled "Can Counterproductive Work Behaviors Be Productive? CWB as Emotion-focused Coping" published in Journal of Occupational Health Psychology (Vol. 15, No. 2, pp. 154-166, March 2010). Co-authors are Mindy M. Krischer and Dr. Lisa M. Penney, University of Houston. She had a co-authored article titled "Linking Team Resources to Work-Family Enrichment and Satisfaction" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Journal of Vocational Behavior. Co-authors are Dr. Dawn S. Carlson, professor of management, Sara J. Perry, University of Houston-Downtown, and Steve A. Smith, University of New Orleans. She had a co-authored article titled "P = f (Ability x Conscientiousness): Examining the Facets of Conscientiousness" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Human Performance. Co-authors are L.A. Witt, University of Houston, Kenneth J. Harris, Indiana University Southeast, and Sara J. Perry.

Dr. Christopher M. Kearney, associate professor of biology and interim graduate program director for biomedical studies, had a co-authored article titled "A Tobamovirus Expression Vector for Agroinfection of Legumes and Nicotiana" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Journal of Biotechnology. Co-author is Zun Liu, Baylor graduate student.

Dr. Roger E. Kirk, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Statistics and Master Teacher, had articles titled "ABA and ABAB Designs" (Vol. 1, p. 1) and "Latin Square" (Vol. 2, pp. 915-917) published in the fourth edition of Corsini Encyclopedia of Psychology by Wiley, edited by I.B. Weiner and W.E. Craighead (2010).

Elijah Mendoza, part-time lecturer in English, had articles titled "Environmental Cap-and-Trade" and "The National Forest Management Act of 1976" published by ABC-CLIO in Encyclopedia of the U.S. Government and the Environment: History, Policy and Politics, edited by Matthew Lindstrom (2010). He had a poem titled "The Legend of Huitzilopochtli" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of New Mexico Poetry Review.

Dr. Sang-Chul Nam, assistant professor of biology, had a co-authored article titled "Role of Spastin in Apical Domain Control along the Rhabdomere Elongation in Drosophila Photoreceptor" published in PLoS ONE (Vol. 5, No. 3, pp. e9480(1-6), March 3, 2010). Co-authors are Geng Chen and Garrett P. League, Baylor graduate students. He had a co-authored article titled "Kinesin-II Is Required for Cell Survival and Adhrens Junction Positioning in Drosophila Photoreceptors" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Genesis: The Journal of Genetics and Development. Co-authors are Bibhash Mukhopadhyay and Kwang-Wook Choi, Baylor College of Medicine.

Dr. Van H. Pham, associate professor of economics, had a co-authored article titled "The Economic Impact of Local Immigration Regulation: An Empirical Analysis" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Cardozo Law Review. Co-author is Huyen Pham, Texas Wesleyan School of Law.

Dr. Robert H. Ray, professor of English, had a chapter on Twelfth Night accepted for publication in an upcoming book titled The Facts on File Companion to Shakespeare.

Dr. Cynthia K. Riemenschneider, associate professor of information systems, had a co-authored article titled "Perspectives on Challenges Facing Women in IS: The Cognitive Gender Gap" published in European Journal of Information Systems (June 8, 2010). Co-authors are Margaret Reid and Myria Allen, University of Arkansas, and Deborah Armstrong, Florida State University.

Dr. Richard R. Russell, acting assistant director of the University Scholars Program and associate professor of English, had an article titled "The Blues of Millenial Mahon in The Yellow Book and Harbour Lights" published in Notes and Queries (June 2010).

John E. Schoen, adjunct lecturer in management, had a co-authored article titled "How to Choose a Successor" published in Inc. (February 2010). Co-authors are Dr. William J. Worthington, assistant professor of management, and Dr. Jamie D. Collins, assistant professor of management.

Dr. Rishi Sriram, assistant professor of higher education, had a co-authored article titled "Exploring the Effect of a Residential Academic Affairs-Student Affairs Partnership: The First Year of an Engineering and Computer Science Living-Learning Center" published in The Journal of College and University Student Housing (Vol. 36, No. 2, 2010). Co-author is Dr. Frank Shushok, Virginia Tech University.

Dr. Martin T. Stuebs Jr., assistant professor of accounting, had a co-authored article titled "Using Endowed Scholarships To Finance Higher Education" published in Business Officer (June 4, 2010). Co-author is Dr. Juan Alejandro, director of internal audit and management analysis.

Douglas C. Swift, senior bioethicist in the Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Health and Business Administration, had an article titled "The Church's Role in Healthcare Reform" published in Pentecostal Messenger Leadership Journal (Vol. 84, No. 3, March 2010).

Dr. Rajendra P. Tanpure, postdoctoral research associate in chemistry and biochemistry, had a co-authored article titled "Regio- and Stereospecific Synthesis of Mono β-D-Glucuronic Acid Derivatives of Combretastatin A-1" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Journal of Natural Products. Co-authors are Dr. Tracy E. Strecker, postdoctoral research associate in chemistry and biochemistry, Dr. Mary Lynn Trawick, associate professor of chemistry and biochemistry, Dr. Kevin G. Pinney, professor of chemistry, and Dr. David J. Chaplin and Dr. Bronwyn G. Siim, Oxigene Inc.

Dr. C. William Thomas, professor of accounting, The KPMG-Thomas L. Holton Chair of Accounting and The J.E. Bush Professor of Accounting and Master Teacher, had the following articles published in Today's CPA: "Globalization of Auditing Standards" (Vol. 37, No. 4, January 2010); "As Recovery Progresses, Tune Up Your Audit Committee" (Vol. 37, No. 5, March 2010); and "Private Company Financial Reporting: Toward Two Sets of Standards" (Vol. 37, No. 6, May 2010).

Dr. Stephen J. Trumble, assistant professor of biology, had a co-authored article titled "Age-related Differences in Skeletal Muscle Lipid Profiles of Weddell Seals: Clues to Developmental Changes" published in Journal of Experimental Biology (Vol. 213, pp. 1676-1684, 2010). Co-authors are Shawn R. Noren, University of California-Santa Cruz, Leslie A. Cornick, Alaska Pacific University, Thomas J. Hawke, McMaster University, and Shane B. Kanatous, Colorado State University.

Dr. Robin L. Wakefield, associate professor of information systems, had a co-authored article titled "Exploring Perceptions of 'Foreignness' in Virtual Teams: Its Impact on Team Member Satisfaction and Turnover Intention" published in Asia Pacific Journal of Information Systems (Vol. 20, No. 1, March 2010). Co-authors are Michael Harvey, University of Mississippi, Sang Hyun Kim, Kyungpook National University, and Gary Garrison, Belmont University. She had a co-authored article titled "An Examination of Switching Costs among Organizations That Outsource IT" published in Information and Management (Vol. 47, pp. 167-175, April 2010). Co-author is Dr. Dwayne Whitten, Texas A&M University.

Dr. William J. Worthington, assistant professor of management, had a co-authored article titled "Succession Plan Scenario" published in Nursery Management and Production (May 2010), Golf Course Industry (June 2010) and Lawn and Landscape (June 2010). Co-authors are John E. Schoen, adjunct lecturer in management, and Dr. Jamie D. Collins, assistant professor of management. He had a co-authored article titled "FrameEx: Classroom Exercise to Demonstrate Strategic Framework Value" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education. Co-authors are Christopher Reutzel, Utah State University, and Dr. Jamie D. Collins.

Karin W. Zucker, professor of management and health administration in the Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Health and Business Administration, had a co-authored book chapters titled "Federal (USA) Legislation in Support of the Public Health," with Martin Boyle, and "The National Practitioner Data Bank: An Effort to Improve the Quality of Care in the United States of America," with Martin Boyle and Charlotte Hildebrand, published in Les Etudes Hospitalieres Editions, Dans Un Contexte Transnational by Universite Europeenne D'ete de Droit de la Sante et Ethique Biomedicale (2010). She had a co-authored article titled "Consent to Medical Care" published in The AMEDD Journal (2010). Co-authors are Thomas Jefferson, Dennis Ratliff and Martin Boyle.

PRESENTATIONS

Dr. Sara E. Alexander, director of African Studies; associate professor of anthropology and environmental studies and chair of anthropology, forensic science and archaeology, presented a co-authored paper titled "A UNESCO World Heritage Site in Danger: Addressing the Contradictions between Tourism Development and Conservation in the Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System (BBRRS)" June 2-4 at the World Heritage and Tourism: Managing for the Global and the Local conference in Quebec City, Canada. Co-author is Susan C. Stonich, University of California Santa Barbara.

Dr. Francis J. Beckwith, professor of philosophy and church-state studies, presented "True for Us, But Not True for You: The Dictatorship of Relativism and the President's Honorary Doctorate" Nov. 12-14 at the Summons of Freedom: Virtue, Sacrifice and the Common Good annual conference at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Ind. He presented "Natural Rights and the New Atheists" March 22 at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas, Nev. He presented a public debate with Dr. Timothy George, Samford University, titled "Exploring Christian Identity: Can You Be Catholic and Evangelical?" April 22 at Samford University in Birmingham, Ala. He presented "The Sanctity of Life" April 23 at The Sanctity of Life: A Public Forum at Samford University.

Dr. Christopher P. Blocker, assistant professor of marketing, presented "Base of the Pyramid Market Construction in China: Co-creating Value for Organizations and Individuals" July 9-11 at the Third Subsistence Marketplaces Conference at the University of Illinois in Chicago, Ill.

Dr. Steven W. Bradley, assistant professor of management, presented "Related or Unrelated? An Entrepreneurial Action Perspective of Corporate Venturing Logic" June 9-12 at an entrepreneurship research conference at Babson College in Wellesley, Mass.

Dr. Robert G. Collmer, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English, presented "A Twisted Trail: Borges and Me (and Eco and Theroux)" May 26-29 at the Mediterranean Studies Association International Congress at the University of Salamanca in Salamanca, Spain.

Dr. Richard E. Duhrkopf, associate professor of biology, presented "Current Trends for West Nile Virus in Texas, 2009" and "A Comparison of Five Different Ovitrap Solutions" Nov. 17-19 at the South Central Regional Mosquito Control Conference in Beaumont.

Dr. Theresa M. Edgington, assistant professor of information systems, presented "Structural Equation Modeling: Relevant Application" Aug. 12 and "Investigating Coordination Indicators in Epidemiological Surveillance for Influenza" Aug. 14 at an Association for Information Systems conference in Lima, Peru.

Dr. Merideth J. Ferguson, assistant professor of management, presented "Fighting Fire with Fire: Organizational Deviance as Resource Replenishment for Incivility Targets" and a co-authored paper titled "Is It Better to Receive Than to Give? Empathy in the Conflict-Distress Relationship" Aug. 6-10 at an Academy of Management annual meeting in Montreal, Canada. Co-author is Dr. Dawn S. Carlson, professor of management.

Dr. James R. Garven, professor of finance and insurance and The Frank S. Groner Memorial Chair of Finance, presented "Discussion of Creditor Mandated Purchases of Corporate Insurance" May 21 at a National Bureau of Economic Research Insurance Project workshop in Cambridge, Mass.

Anne B. Grinols, assistant dean for faculty development and college initiatives in the Hankamer School of Business, and Dr. Earl L. Grinols, Distinguished Professor of Economics, presented a co-authored paper titled "Collaboration in Cross-cultural Environments" May 29 at an Association of Business Communication convention in Antwerp, Belguim.

Christopher J. Hansen, assistant professor of communication studies and director of the film and digital media division, had a film titled "Endings" screened June 11 at the Seattle True Independent Film Festival in Seattle, Wash. He presented "The Business Interests Behind Film Violence" June 24 at the World Council of Church's International Consultation on Violence in Media in Boston, Mass.

Dr. James W. Henderson, professor of economics, The Ben H. Williams Professor of Economics and academic director of MBA healthcare administration, presented "International Comparisons of Health Care Systems" March 26 at the 2010 Global Business Forum on International Issues in Health Care at Baylor University in Waco. He presented "Health Care Markets and Efficiency" April 13 at an Association of Private Enterprise Education annual meeting in Las Vegas, Nev. He presented "Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act: Coverage and Cost" April 21 at a National Association of Procurement Managers meeting in Waco. He presented "Is Health Care a Right?" May 14 at a Benjamin Rush Society meeting at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.

Dr. R. Kathy Hurtt, assistant professor of accounting, presented an American Accounting Association audit section webinar titled "Professional Skepticism" March 19. Additional presenter was Dr. Charles E. Davis, chair and professor of accounting and business law, The Emerson O. Henke Chair of Accounting and The Walter Plumhoff Professor of Accounting.

Cynthia J. Jackson, director of communications and marketing at Hankamer School of Business, presented "LinkedIn and Tweeted Up: Social Media for Nonprofits" April 23 at a Texas Leadership Institute meeting in Waco.

Dr. Bessie W. Kebaara, assistant professor of biology, presented "'Long 3'-UTRs Target Natural mRNAs for Nonsense-mediated mRNA Decay in Saccharomyces cerevisiae" April 28 at an American Society of Microbiologists Texas branch meeting in New Braunfels.

Dr. Theresa V. Kennedy, assistant professor of French, presented "Madame de Maintenon: Staging a Better Life" June 10-13 at an annual Women in French conference in New York City.

Dr. Roger E. Kirk, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Statistics and Master Teacher, presented "Teaching Introductory Statistics: What Works" April 9 at a Society of Applied Multivariate Research and Southwestern Psychological Association joint annual meeting in Dallas.

Dr. Lance L. Littlejohn, chair and professor of mathematics, presented "Bessel's Differential Equation and a Generalization of Hardy's Inequality" June 21-25 at the Functions and Operators 2010 conference in Krakow, Poland.

Dr. Jason E. MacGregor, assistant professor of accounting, presented "Why Do Audit Committees Allow Earnings Management?" and "Inducing Self-efficacy for the Study of Auditing: An Instructional Exercise" Jan. 15 at an American Accounting Association audit section meeting in San Diego, Calif.

Dr. David Mangelsdorff, professor of management and health administration in the Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Health and Business Administration, presented a course titled "International Healthcare Systems for Military and Civilians" in April at the Defense Institute for Medical Operations at Brooks City-Base in San Antonio.

Dr. Joseph A. McKinney, professor of economics and The Ben H. Williams Professor of International Economics, presented "Real and Imagined Issues with the Current Version of NAFTA" April 12 at a North American Alliance of Innovative Universities conference in Ottawa, Canada.

Dr. Timothy R. McKinney, associate professor of music theory, presented "Crosscurrents of Venetian Style and Patronage in Adrian Willaert's Setting of Ne l'amar'e fredd'onde" April 9 at a Renaissance Society of America annual conference in Venice, Italy.

Elijah Mendoza, part-time lecturer in English, presented "Seeing Is Believing: Visualizing Mexico during the Mexican Revolution" April 24 at the Latin America: Crisis and Opportunities conference at the University of California in Riverside.

Dr. Patricia M. Milligan, associate professor of information systems, presented "IT Risk Assessment" April 7 at a Texas Association of College and University Auditors annual conference in Fort Worth.

Dr. Sang-Chul Nam, assistant professor of biology, presented "Role of Spastin in Rhabdomere Elongation and Morphogenesis of Drosophila Phtooreceptor" April 7-11 at a Genetics Society of America annual research conference in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Mitchell J. Neubert, associate professor of management, The Hazel and Harry Chavanne Chair of Christian Ethics in Business and The H.R. Gibson Endowed Chair of Management Development, presented "A Time for Developing New Management Theory: Examples of Goal-setting and Strategy" March 2 at a Southwest Academy of Management meeting in Dallas.

Tracy Pinney, Baylor graduate student, and Dr. Kevin J. Gutzwiller, professor of biology, presented a co-authored paper titled "Distance-decay in Bird Community Similarity in Relation to Geographic Distance, Interspecific Association and Legacy Effects of Landscape Conditions" April 5-9 at a U.S. International Association for Landscape Ecology meeting in Athens, Ga.

Dr. Cynthia K. Riemenschneider, associate professor of information systems, presented "Taking Stock of Research on Gender and the IT Workforce" May 20-22 at an Association for Computing Machinery SIGMIS conference in Vancouver, Canada. She presented "An Examination of Privacy Concerns and Trust Entities in Determining Willingness to Disclose Personal Information on a Social Networking Site" and "Attracting High School Minority Students to Information Systems: The Technology Awareness Program" Aug. 12-15 at an Association for Information Systems conference in Lima, Peru.

Juli C. Rosenbaum, lecturer in business communications, presented "Gather Round The Fire and I'll Tell You a Tale: Using the Art of Storytelling to Teach Business Communication" March 19 and "Using Social Networking to Create Classroom Community" March 20 at an Association of Business Communication-Southeast meeting in Birmingham, Ala.

Dr. Richard R. Russell, acting assistant director of the University Scholars Program and associate professor of English, presented "Seamus Heaney's Pilgrimage in Station Island" March 11-13 at a Conference on Christianity and Literature regional meeting at Grove City College in Grove City, Pa.

Dr. Rishi Sriram, assistant professor and program coordinator of higher education and student affairs, presented "Developing Zest through a Growth Mindset" June 8 at the Developing Extraordinary Lives in College Students Colloquium in Fort Worth.

Dr. Martin T. Stuebs Jr., assistant professor of accounting, presented "Business Reputation and Employee Efficiency, Productivity and Cost" and "Social Responsibility and Firm Performance in the Business Services Industry" Jan. 9 at an American Accounting Association management accounting section meeting in Seattle, Wash.

Dr. John F. Tanner, professor of marketing and associate dean for research and faculty development, had a paper titled "Closing the Loop: Using Evaluation for Continuous Improvement" presented Jan. 27 at a Federal Youth Services Bureau conference on national abstinence education in Washington, D.C. He presented "'Lighthouse Outreach,' Exemplary Evaluation Report Presentation," "Comparison of Classroom Teacher and Program Educator Presentation of Worth the Wait and Choosing the Best" and "The Use of Qualitative Methods in Evaluation" April 21 at a Center for Research Excellence in Abstinence Evaluation meeting in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Lynn W. Tatum, senior lecturer in Baylor Interdisciplinary Core and religion and associate director of the Middle East Studies Program, presented "Morte d'Arthur's Chivalric Code and the Nexus with Contemporary Visual Mythmaking" April 18 an Association of Core Texts and Courses annual meeting in New Brunswick, N.J.

Dr. C. William Thomas, professor of accounting, The KPMG-Thomas L. Holton Chair of Accounting and The J.E. Bush Professor of Accounting and Master Teacher, presented "How to Integrate Fraud into Introductory Accounting Classes" at Prentice-Hall Accounting Symposiums for Educators Feb. 26 in Dallas, March 5 in Chicago, Ill., March 12 in Phoenix, Ariz., and April 9 in New York, N.Y.

Dr. Kenneth T. Wilkins, professor of biology and associate dean for graduate studies and research, had co-authored posters titled "Sam Houston National Forest, Texas: To Net or Not to Net?" (with Anica Debelica, Baylor graduate student) and "Mechanisms of Boundary Responses in Small Mammals" (with Nick Green, Baylor graduate student) presented Feb. 26-28 at a Texas Society of Mammalogists meeting in Junction. He had the following co-authored papers presented March 4-6 at a Texas Academy of Sciences meeting at Tarleton State University in Stephenville: "Towards a New Method for Quantifying Physical Clutter in Forest Edges" (co-authored by Tommy Pettit, Baylor graduate student); and "Ecology of Bat Community in Piney Forests of Southeastern Texas" (co-authored with Anica Debelica); "Responses of Small Mammals to Fire in a Tallgrass Blackland Prairie" (co-authored by Nick Green, Brianna Kirchner and David Sergeant).

Dr. Brett R. Wilkinson, associate professor of accounting and The Roderick L. Holmes Chair of Accountancy, presented "Accounting Research Homogeneity and the Possibilities of Structural Change" March 5 and a co-authored paper titled "The Effect of Patriotism on Tax Morale and Attitudes Toward Tax Compliance" March 4 at an American Accounting Association regional conference in Dallas. Co-author is Dr. Jason E. MacGregor, assistant professor of accounting. He presented "Accounting Research Homogeneity and the Possibilities of Structural Change" April 16 at an American Accounting Association public interest section meeting in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Jeong-Ju Yoo, assistant professor of family and consumer sciences, presented a co-authored paper titled "Going Green with Elderly Consumers: Exploring the Relations between Green Consumption Value, Satisfaction and Loyalty of Hybrid Car Purchases in the United States" June 16 at The Greening of Industry Network in Seoul, South Korea. Co-authors are Won-Moo Hur, Pukyung National University, and Jin Hur, Yonsei University.

Karin W. Zucker, professor of management and health administration in the Army-Baylor University Graduate Program in Health and Business Administration, presented "A Different Approach to Teaching Medical Ethics" March 4-7 at an American College of Legal Medicine annual meeting in Orlando, Fla. She presented "Ethics and Edibles: An Adjunct to the Army-Baylor Curriculum" June 3-6 at an Association of University Programs in Health Administration annual meeting in Portland, Ore.

HONORS

Heather A. Creed, assistant dean of professional development and student relations at Baylor Law School, received the President's Award of Merit from the Texas Young Lawyers Association.

Robert F. Darden III, associate professor of journalism, received the inaugural Diversity Enhancement Award from the Baylor University Campus Diversity Committee.

Dr. William V. Davis, professor of English and Writer-in-Residence, received the Helen C. Smith Memorial Award for Poetry from the Texas Institute of Letters for a book of poetry titled Landscape and Journey.

Dr. William D. Hillis, professor of biology and The Cornelia Marschall Smith Distinguished Professor of Biology, received the 2010 Collins Outstanding Professor Award from Baylor University.

Dr. David W. Music, professor of church music and graduate program director, was named a Fellow of the Hymn Society.

Wortley F. "Wiff" Rudd, professor of trumpet and coordinator of brass, received the 2010 Baylor Centennial Professor Award.

Dr. Richard Sanker, director of the Prehealth Science Studies Office, was appointed to the Alpha Epsilon Delta national board.

Dr. Michael E. Sherr, assistant professor of social work, was appointed to a three-year term on the Council for Social Work Education's Commission on Curriculum and Educational Innovation.

Dr. Rishi Sriram, assistant professor and program coordinator of higher education and student affairs, and Jesse Hines, Baylor graduate student, received first place in an article competition sponsored by the Texas Association of College and University Student Personnel Administrators for a co-authored article titled "Reframing Student Affairs Practice."

Dr. Lynn W. Tatum, senior lecturer in Baylor Interdisciplinary Core and religion and associate director of the Middle East Studies Program, received the William S. Tacey Award for distinguished service from the American Association of University Professors' Association of State Conferences.

Baylor University received the 2010 Civic Organization Award from Keep Texas Beautiful.

Ten Baylor faculty members were honored as Outstanding Professors for 2009-2010: Dr. Lucy M. Barnard-Brak, assistant professor of educational psychology; Dr. Kevin D. Dougherty, assistant professor of sociology; Dr. Ian A. Gravagne, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering; Dr. Thomas S. Kidd, associate professor of history; Dr. Linda M. McManness, director of the Global Christian Ventures Program and associate professor of Spanish; Dr. David W. Music, professor of church music and graduate program director; P. Alex Parker, continuing lecturer in jazz studies; Wortley F. "Wiff" Rudd, professor of trumpet and coordinator of brass; Lori A. Spies, lecturer in nursing; and Dr. Kenneth W. Van Treuren, professor of mechanical engineering and associate dean for research and faculty development.

Three faculty and two staff members were recognized as outstanding as part of the annual Hankamer School of Business awards in spring 2010: Dr. Van Pham, associate professor of economics, received the Young Researcher Award; Dr. James W. Henderson, professor of economics, The Ben H. Williams Professor of Economics and academic director of MBA healthcare administration, received the Distinguished Professor Award; and Dr. Randall L. Waller, senior lecturer in business communication, received the Teaching Excellence Award. Elizabeth Vaughan, administrative associate in management, and Susan Smith, budget associate, received Outstanding Staff Awards.

The following faculty and staff received BaylorPlus salutes in April-July 2010: Jill Combs, vice provost for research; Marsha Duckworth, general counsel; Melanie Ferguson, communication studies; Lance Grigsby, University Libraries; Jennifer Hodgens, University development; Lisa Hoxworth, budget and fiscal planning; Lori Johnson, dining services; Jeanette Kucera, student financial aid; John Lowe, University Libraries; Omar Pachecano, procurement services; Patricia Pack, Mayborn Museum Complex; Gail Peterson, University Libraries; John Roberts, Mayborn Museum Complex; Britni Searle, talent management; and Laura Sumrall, University Libraries.

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