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Professional Spotlight -- Spring 2011

March 3, 2011

PUBLICATIONS

Dr. Juan Alejandro, director of internal audit and management analysis, had a co-authored article titled "The Information Guardians" published in Internal Auditor (Vol. 67, No. 5, pp. 53-55, October 2010). Co-author is Dr. Martin T. Stuebs Jr., assistant professor of accounting. He had an article titled "IT Audit: Getting by With a Little Help" published in Internal Auditor (Vol. 67, No. 6, pp. 25-27, December 2010).

Dr. Christopher P. Blocker, assistant professor of marketing, had an article titled "Are We on the Same Wavelength?: How Emotional Intelligence Interacts and Creates Value in Agent-Client Encounters" published in Keller Center Research Report (December 2010).

Dr. Steven W. Bradley, assistant professor of management, had a co-authored article titled "Competition, Resources, and Environmental Change: The Asymmetric Paths of Young Independent and Subsidiary Organizations" published in Strategic Management Journal (2010). Co-authors are Howard Aldrich, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Dean Shepherd, Indiana University, and Johan Wiklund, Syracuse University. He had a co-authored article titled "Swinging a Double-edged Sword: The Effect of Slack on Entrepreneurial Management and Growth" published in Journal of Business Venturing (2010). Co-authors are Johan Wiklund and Dean Shepherd. He had a co-authored article titled "The Importance of Slack for Organizations Facing Tough Environments" published in Journal of Management Studies (2010). Co-authors are Johan Wiklund and Dean Shepherd. He had a co-authored article titled "The Innovation Necessity: Evidence from microcredit in the Dominican Republic" published in Journal of International Development (2011). Co-authors are Dr. Kendall W. Artz, chair and professor of management and The Robert M. and Louise Rogers Chair of Entrepreneurship, and Jimmy Hulett. He had chapters titled "Environmental Jolts" and "Entrepreneurial Resourcefulness" accepted for publication in an upcoming book titled The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Entrepreneurship Research by Wiley-Blackwell.

Dr. Bryan W. Brooks, associate professor of environmental science and graduate program director, had the following co-authored articles published: "Active Pharmaceuticals Ingredients and Aquatic Organisms" in the second edition of Environmental Contaminants in Wildlife: Interpreting Tissue Concentrations published by Taylor and Francis, edited by J. Meador and N. Beyer (pp. 281-341, 2011). Co-author is Dr. Christian G. Daughton, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; "Spatial Variation of Harmful Algae and their Toxins in Flowing-water Habitats: A Theoretical Exploration" in Journal of Plankton Research (Vol. 33, pp. 211-228, 2011). Co-authors are Jim P. Grover, Ken W. Crane and Jason W. Baker, University of Texas at Arlington, and Daniel L. Roelke, Texas A&M University; "Probabilistic Ecological Hazard Assessment of Microcystin-LR Allelopathy to Prymnesium parvum in Journal of Plankton Research (Vol. 33, pp. 319-332, 2011). Co-authors are Susan V. James and Dr. Ted W. Valenti, Baylor graduates, J.P. Grover and D.L. Roelke; "Sunlight Amelioration of Prymnesium parvum Acute Toxicity to Fish in Journal of Plankton Research (Vol. 33, pp. 265-272, 2001). Co-authors are Krista Prosser, Baylor graduate student, S.V. James, T.W. Valenti, J.P. Grover and D.L. Roelke; "A Decade of Fish-killing Prymnesium parvum Blooms in Texas: Roles of Inflow and Salinity" in Journal of Plankton Research (Vol. 33, pp. 243-254, 2011). Co-authors are Joan Glass, Dave Buzan, Greg M. Southard, Meridith Byrd, Janet Nelson and Loraine Fries, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, George M. Gable and Leslie Schwierzke-Wade, Texas A&M University, and D.L. Roelke; "Prymnesium parvum Bloom Termination: Role of Hydraulic Dilution" in Journal of Plankton Research (Vol. 33, pp. 309-318, 2011). Co-authors are L. Schwierzke-Wade, D.L. Roelke, Dr. T.W. Valenti and J.P. Grover; "Conservation Physiology of the Plethodontid Salamanders Eurycea nana and E. sosorum: Response to Declining Dissolved Oxygen" in Copeia (Vol. 4, pp. 540-553, 2010). Co-authors are H.A. Woods, University of Montana, Mary F. Poteet and Paul D. Hitchings, University of Texas at Austin, and Dr. Richard A. Brain; "Hemolytic Toxicity and Nutritional Status of Prymnesium parvum during Population Growth" in Aquatic Microbial Ecology (Vol. 61, pp. 141-148, 2010). Co-authors are Ted R. Skingel, Sandra E. Spencer, C.Q. Le, Laura D. Mydlarz, Betty J. Scarbrough, Kevin A. Schug, J.P. Grover and Carlos A. Serrano, University of Texas at Arlington; and "Exploring Lemna gibba Thresholds to Nutrient and Chemical Stressors: Differential Effects of Triclosan on Internal Stoichiometry and Nitrate Uptake across a N:P Gradient" in Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (Vol. 29, pp. 2363-2370, 2010). Co-authors are Barry Fulton, Baylor graduate, Dr. Sascha Usenko, assistant professor of environmental science, Jeffrey Back, Baylor graduate student, and Dr. R.A. Brain.

Dr. Gary R. Carini, professor of management and associate dean for graduate business programs, had an article titled "Bold Retreat: A New Strategy for Old Technologies - Interaction" published in Harvard Business Review (Vol. 88, No. 5, p. 3, May 2010).

Dr. Dawn S. Carlson, professor of management, had a co-authored article titled "The Relationship of Schedule Flexibility and Outcomes via the Work-Family Interface" published in Journal of Managerial Psychology (Vol. 25, pp. 330-335, 2010). Co-authors are Joseph Grzywacz, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, and K. Kacmar, University of Alabama. She had a co-authored article titled "Moderating Effect of Work-linked Couple Relationships and Work-Family Integration on the Spouse Instrumental Support-Emotional Exhaustion Relationship" published in Journal of Occupational Health Psychology (Vol. 15, pp. 371-387, 2010). Co-authors are P. Perrewe, Florida State University, D. Rotondo, Merideth College, J. Halbesleben, University of Alabama, and K. Zellars, University of North Carolina-Charlotte.

Dr. Linda K. Carter, assistant professor of economics, had a review of Revisiting Keynes: Economic Possibilities for Our Grandchildren, edited by Lorenzo Pecchi and Gustavo Piga, published in Book Reviews Library (Feb. 17, 2010).

Dr. Gerald B. Cleaver, associate professor of physics, had a co-authored article titled "Casimir Energy and Brane Stability" published online in Journal of Geometry and Physics (December 2010). Co-author is Dr. Richard Obousy, Baylor graduate.

Dr. Brennan Davis, assistant professor of marketing, had a co-authored article titled "An Empirical Comparison of Methods for Clustering Problems: Are There Benefits from Having a Statistical Model?" published in Review of Marketing Science (Vol. 8, No. 3, p. 34, July 26, 2010). Co-authors are Rick Andrews, University of Delaware, Michael Brusco, University of South Florida, and Imran Currim, University of California-Irvine.

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, and Dr. Elizabeth B. Davis, executive vice president and provost and professor of accounting, had a co-authored book titled Managerial Accounting, Preliminary Edition published by John Wiley and Sons (2010). Dr. Charles Davis had a co-authored article titled "Backpack to Briefcase: The Transition from Student to Accounting Professional" published in Advances in Accounting Education (2011). Co-authors are Dr. R. Kathy Hurtt, assistant professor of accounting, and Dr. Gia M. Chevis, assistant professor of accounting.

Dr. William V. Davis, professor of English and Writer-in-Residence, had a poem titled "The Oxygen Tent (Later)" published in Limestone: A Journal of Literature and Art (p. 115, 2010). He had a poem titled "Mirror" published in Pennsylvania English (Vol. 30, Nos. 1 and 2, p. 22, 2010). He had poems titled "Those Sundays Mornings," "A Night at the Movies," "The Days of Our Lives," "An October Letter," "The Reading," "Rain and Snow," "The Bird in the Yard," "Poem on My Birthday" and "A Woman with a Pink Floral Fan" published in The Chariton Review (Vol. 33, No. 1, spring 2010). He had poems titled "Thought" and "A Morning Like This" published in Hawaii Review (Vol. 72, No. 32-1, pp. 121-122, spring 2010).

Dr. Charles J. Delaney, associate professor of real estate, had an article titled "High Voltage Power Lines: Do They Affect Residential Property Values?" published in Journal of Real Estate Literature (Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 239-259, fall 2010).

Dr. Mark G. Dunn, professor of marketing and associate dean of undergraduate programs, and Dr. Gary R. Carini, professor of management and associate dean for graduate business programs, had a co-authored article titled "The Sustainability Supply Chain: Interaction" published in Harvard Business Review (Vol. 89, pp. 18-19, January 2011).

Dr. Theresa M. Edgington, assistant professor of information systems, had a co-authored article titled "Using Process Mining to Identify Coordination Patterns In IT Service Management" published in Decision Support Systems (May 2010). Co-authors are T.S. Raghu and Ajay Vinze, Arizona State University. She had an article titled "Mobile Phone Service Process Hiccups At Cellular Inc." published in Journal for Information Systems Education (Vol. 21, No. 4, pp. 371-374, 2011).

Dr. Tisha L. Emerson, associate chair and associate professor of economics, had a co-authored article titled "Religious Faith and Ethical Attitudes in Business" published in Journal of Religion and Business Ethics (Vol. 1, No. 2, fall 2010). Co-author is Dr. Joseph A. McKinney, professor of economics and The Ben H. Williams Professor of International Economics. She had a co-authored article titled "Online Faculty Instruction to Improve Interactive Teaching of Economics" published in Teaching Innovations Program by Edgar Elgar (2010). Co-author is Mark Maier. She had a co-authored article titled "Do Classroom Experiments Affect the Number of Economics Enrollments and Majors?" published in International Review of Economic Education (Vol. 9, No. 2, November 2010). Co-author is Beck Taylor, Samford University. She had a co-authored article titled "The Effects of Ethical Codes on Ethical Perceptions of Actions Toward Stakeholders" published in Journal of Business Ethics (Vol. 97, No. 4, pp. 505-516, December 2010). Co-authors are 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, and Joseph A. McKinney. She had a co-authored chapter titled "Classroom Experiments in Economic Education" published in International Handbook on Teaching and Learning Economics by Elgar Press (2011). Co-author is Denise Hazlett.

Charles H. Fifield, senior lecturer in marketing, had articles titled "The 10 Necessary Conditions to Highly Effective Personal Selling" (summer 2010) and "Necessary Condition No. 1: The Right Attitude" (fall 2010) published in Keller Sales Center Research Report.

Bridget Fuselier, associate professor of law, had an article titled "Pre-embryos in Probate: Property, Person or Something Else?" published in Probate & Property (September/October 2010).

Dr. Kevin J. Gardner, associate professor of English, had an article titled "Peter Levi: Poet of Winter" published in Renascence (spring 2011).

Dr. Gregory T. Garrett, professor of English, had a book titled One Fine Potion: The Literary Magic of Harry Potter published in the United States by Baylor University Press and in the United Kingdom by Darton, Longman and Todd (2010). He had articles titled "Nine Years after 9/11: Islam, Glenn Beck and a Nation Divided" (Sept. 9) and "Understanding 'Greed'" (Nov. 21) published online by Huffington Post. He had an article titled "Going Down? Why Evangelicalism Could Be Declining" published online Aug. 12 by Ethics Daily. He had an article titled "Is the Senate Working during Christmas Holidays Sacrilegious?" published online Dec. 20 by The Christian Science Monitor.

Dr. L. Kent Gilbreath, professor of economics, had an article titled "Starting Salaries of College Graduates: An Analysis of the 1998-2008 Era" published in Journal of Legal Economics (Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 123-132, April 2010). He had an article titled "How Fed's Plan Will Really Work...Or Not" published in the Waco Tribune-Herald (Nov. 14, 2010).

Anne B. Grinols, assistant dean for faculty development and college initiatives in the Hankamer School of Business, had a co-authored article titled "My Favorite Assignment: TOYF-ACE" published in Business Communication Quarterly (Vol. 73, No. 3, pp. 348-350, September 2010). Co-author is Joseph Whalen, DePaul University.

Kathy R. Hillman, associate professor and director of special collections for University Libraries, had the following book reviews published in the Baptist Standard: Beyond Bandages & Kisses: First Aid Care for Children by Marilyn G. Hatch (Vol. 122, No. 4, p. 23, Feb. 15, 2010); White Picket Fences by Susan Meissner (Vol. 122, No. 5, p. 23, March 1, 2010); Life Unhindered! Five Keys to Walking in Freedom by Jennifer Kennedy Dean (Vol. 122, No. 8, p. 27, April 12, 2010); The Summer Kitchen by Lisa Wingate (Vol. 122, No. 10, p. 23, May 10, 2010); Toying with God: The World of Religious Games and Dolls by Nikki Bado-Fralick and Rebecca Sachs Norris (Vol. 122, No. 11, p. 19, May 24, 2010); The Whispers of Angels: Stories to Touch Your Heart by Annette Smith (Vol. 122, No. 11, p. 19, May 24, 2010); Inside Out Families: Living the Faith Together by Diana Garland (Vol. 122, No. 12, p. 23, June 7, 2010); Story Craft: Reflections on Faith, Culture & Writing from the Author of Hank the Cowdog by John R. Erickson (Vol. 122, No. 13, p. 23, June 21, 2010); The Help by Kathryn Stockett (Vol. 122, No. 14, p. 23, July 5, 2010); The Bridegrooms: A Novel by Allison Pittman (Vol. 122, No. 15, p. 23, July 19, 2010); Two Brides Too Many: A Novel by Mona Hodgson (Vol. 122, No. 15, p. 23, July 19, 2010); Outlive Your Life: You Were Made to Make a Difference by Max Lucado (Vol. 122, No. 18, p. 23, August 30, 2010); Anna Finch and the Hired Gun: A Novel by Kathleen Y'Barbo (Vol. 122, No. 19, p. 23, Sept. 13, 2010); Don't Miss the Blessing by Jo Ann Paris Leavell with Rhonda Harrington Kelley (Vol. 122, No. 22, p. 20, Oct. 25, 2010); and The Bare Bones Bible Facts: A Quick Reference to People, Places & Things by Jim George (Vol. 122, No. 24, p. 26, Nov. 8, 2010).

Fred S. Hulme Jr., senior lecturer in statistics and quantitative business analysis, had a chapter titled "The Use of Net Present Value Calculations in Accounting" published in Financial Accounting by Pearson Publishing (2010).

Dr. Emily M. Hunter, assistant professor of management, had a co-authored article titled "P = f(Ability x Conscientiousness): Examining the Facets of Conscientiousness" published in Human Performance (Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 343-360, October 2010). Co-authors are L.A. Witt, University of Houston, Kenneth Harris, Indiana University Southeast, and Sara Perry, University of Houston-Downtown.

Dr. Kyle W. Irwin, assistant professor of sociology, had a co-authored chapter titled "The Trouble with Invisible Men" published in Handbook of the Sociology of Morality by Springer Science+Business Media, edited by Steven Hitlin and Stephen Vaisey (pp. 315-330, 2010). Co-authors are Robb Willer, Matthew Feinberg and Michael Schultz, University of California-Berkeley, and Brent Simpson, University of South Carolina.

Dr. Sung Joon Jang, associate professor of sociology, had an article titled "Thornberry, Terence P.: Interactional Theory" published in Encyclopedia of Criminological Theory by Sage, edited by Francis T. Cullen and Pamela Wilcox (pp. 948-953, 2010). He and Dr. Byron Johnson, Distinguished Professor of the Social Sciences and co-director of the Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion, had a co-authored article titled "Religion, Race and Drug Use among American Youth" published in Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion (Vol. 6, Article 1, 2010). He had a co-authored article titled "Teenage Religiosity and Changes in Marijuana Use During Transition to Adulthood" published in Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion (Vol. 6, Article 3, 2010). Co-authors are Dr. Byron Johnson, Jeff Ulmer, The Pennsylvania State University, and Scott Desmond, Purdue University.

Dr. Byron Johnson, Distinguished Professor of the Social Sciences and co-director of the Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion, and Dr. Sung Joon Jang, associate professor of sociology, had a co-authored chapter titled "Crime and Religion: Assessing the Role of the Faith Factor" published in Contemporary Issues in Criminological Theory and Research: The Role of Social Institutions by Wadsworth, edited by Richard Rosenfeld, Kenna Quinet and Crystal Garcia (pp. 117-149, 2010).

Dr. Joshua S. King, assistant professor of English, had an article titled "Coleridge's Aids to Reflection, Print Culture and Mediated Spiritual Community" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of European Romantic Review.

Dr. Roger E. Kirk, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Statistics and Master Teacher, had articles titled "Outliers" and "Random Sample" published in Concise Encyclopedia of Sociology by Blackwell, edited by G. Ritzer and J.M. Ryan (2011).

Dr. Hope A. Koch, associate professor of information systems, had a co-authored article titled "The Role of an Enterprise 2.0 System In Integrating Generation Y IT New Hires Into The Workforce" published in MIS Quarterly Executive (January 2011). Co-authors are Dr. Dorothy E. Leidner, professor of information systems, The Randall W. and Sarah Ferguson Professor of Information Systems, director of the Center for Information Systems Research and director of the PhD program in information systems, and Ester S. Gonzalez, Baylor graduate student. She had a co-authored article titled "Stuck in the Conflicted Middle: A Practice Perspective on B2B E-Marketplaces" published in MIS Quarterly (Vol. 35, No. 1, March 2011). Co-author is Ulrike Schultze, Southern Methodist University.

Dr. Victor Land, postdoctoral research associate in physics, Dr. Lorin S. Matthews, assistant professor of physics, and Dr. Truell W. Hyde II, director of the Center for Astrophysics, Space Physics and Engineering Research, vice provost for research and professor of physics, had a co-authored article titled "Probing the Sheath Electric Field Using Thermophoresis in Dusty Plasma" published in IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science (Vol. 38, No. 4, pp. 768-773, 2010). They had a co-authored article titled "The Effect of Electrode Heating on the Discharge Parameters in Complex Plasma Experiments" published in Plasma Sources Science and Technology (Vol. 20, No. 1, February 2011). Additional co-authors are Jorge Carmona Reyes, research project scientist at the Center for Astrophysics, Space Physics and Engineering Research (CASPER), Jimmy Schmoke, research assistant/technician at CASPER, Mike Cook, senior research technician at CASPER, and James Creel, Baylor graduate.

Dr. Dorothy E. Leidner, professor of information systems, The Randall W. and Sarah Ferguson Professor of Information Systems, director of the Center for Information Systems Research and director of the PhD program in information systems, had an article titled "Globalization, Culture and Information: Towards Global Knowledge Transparency" published in Journal of Strategic Information Systems (Vol. 19, No. 2, pp. 69-77, June 2010).

Dr. Joseph A. McKinney, professor of economics and The Ben H. Williams Professor of International Economics, had an article titled "U.S.-Canadian Economic Relations, Twenty Years after the USA-Canada Free Trade Agreement" published in British Journal of Canadian Studies (Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 233-246, November 2010).

Dr. Ann M. Mirabito, assistant professor of marketing, had a co-authored article titled "Investing in Employee Health in the Workplace" published in Harvard Business Review (December 2010). Co-authors are Leonard Berry, Texas A&M University, and William Baum, MD Anderson Cancer Center.

Dr. Theodore C. Moorman, assistant professor of finance, had a co-authored article titled "Inter-temporal Variation in the Illiquidity Premium" published in Journal of Financial Economics (Vol. 98, No. 2, pp. 338-358, November 2010). Co-author is Gerald Jensen, Northern Illinois University.

Dr. Robert H. Ray, professor of English, had an article titled "Recent Studies in George Herbert (1987-2007)" published in English Literary Renaissance (Vol. 40, No. 3, pp. 458-480, autumn 2010). He had an article titled "The Centrality of 'Head' in Jonson's 'To William Camden'" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of American Notes and Queries.

Dr. Pedro M. Reyes, associate professor of management, had a book titled RFID in the Supply Chain published by McGraw-Hill Professional (2011).

Dr. Cynthia K. Riemenschneider, associate professor of information systems, had a co-authored article titled "Potential Absorptive Capacity of State IT Departments: A Comparison of Perceptions of CIOs and IT Managers" published in Journal of Organizational Computing and Electronic Commerce (Vol. 20, pp. 68-90, 2010). Co-authors are Myria Allen and Margaret Reid, 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 "Woundedness and Artistic Independence: The Owen and Yeats Intertexts in Seamus Heaney's 'The Cure at Troy'" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Essays in Criticism. He had an article titled "Clouded and Clearer Visions: Conflicting Epistemologies in Seumas O'Kelly's 'The Weaver's Grave'" reprinted by Gale Research (2010).

Dr. Lisa J. Shaver, assistant professor of English, had an article titled "'Serpents,' 'Fiends' and 'Libertines': Inscribing an Evangelical Rhetoric of Rage in the Advocate of Moral Reform" published in Rhetoric Review (January 2011).

Dr. R. Alden Smith, director of the University Scholars Program, associate dean of the Honors College, interim chair and professor of classics and Master Teacher, had a book titled Virgil published by Wiley Blackwell Press (2011). He had a translation of The Great Archimedes by Mario Geymonat published by Baylor University Press (2010).

Dr. Rodney Stark, Distinguished Professor of the Social Sciences and co-director of the Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion, had a co-authored article titled "Conversion to Latin American Protestantism and the Case for Religious Motivation" published in Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion (Vol. 6, Article 7, 2010). Co-author is Dr. Buster G. Smith, postdoctoral scholar in the Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion.

Dr. Michael A. Stegemoller, associate professor of finance, had an article titled "Placebo Ethics" published in Virginia Law Review (Vol. 96, No. 1, 2010). He had a chapter titled "Corporate Takeovers and Restructurings" published in Corporate Governance: A Synthesis of Theory, Research and Practice by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., edited by H. Kent Baker and Ronald Anderson (2010).

Dr. Martin T. Stuebs Jr., assistant professor of accounting, had a co-authored article titled "Business Reputation and Employee Efficiency, Productivity and Cost" published in Journal of Business Ethics (Vol. 96, No. 2, pp. 265-283, 2010). Co-author is Li Sun, Ball State University. He had an article titled "Lorman Lumber Co.: What 'Wood' You Do?" published in Strategic Finance (pp. 49-53, July 2010).

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 articles published in Today's CPA titled "New Standard Clarifies Compliance Audits" (Vol. 38, No. 2, p. 7, September 2010) and "FASB Proposes Expanded Disclosures of Certain Loss Contingencies" (Vol. 38, No. 3, p. 7, November 2010).

Dr. Hakeem I. Tijani, associate professor of history, had an article titled "Falola and the Pedagogy of African History across the Atlantic" in Toyin Falola: The Man, the Mask and the Muse by Carolina Academic Press, edited by Niyi Afolabi (pp. 649-640, 2010). He co-edited, had an article titled "Colonial Policies and Systems" (pp. 262-279) and a co-authored article titled "Decolonization" (pp. 309-325) published in Africa and the Wider World by Pearson Publishing (2010). Co-author is A. Carter, Morgan State University. He had an article titled "The Discipline, the Content and the Pedagogy" published in The African Diaspora: Historical Analysis, Poetic Verses and Pedagogy by Cengage/University Readers (pp. 3-12, 2011).

Dr. Randall L. Waller, senior lecturer in business communication, had a co-authored article titled "Framing and Counter Framing the Issue of Corporate Social Responsibility: The Communication Strategies of Nikebiz.com" published in Journal of Business Communication (January 2011). Co-author is Roger Conaway, Tecnologico de Monterrey.

Dr. Walter M. Wilcox, professor of physics and graduate program director, had a book titled Quantum Principles and Particles accepted for publication by Taylor and Francis.

Dr. Brett R. Wilkinson, associate professor of accounting and The Roderick L. Holmes Chair of Accountancy, had a co-authored article titled "Cost-Sharing Agreements and the Arms-Length Standard" published in The Tax Adviser (January 2011). Co-author is Dr. Tracy G. Noga, Bentley University. He and Dr. Martin T. Stuebs Jr., assistant professor of accounting, had a co-authored article titled "Ethics and the Tax Profession: Restoring the Public Interest Focus" published in Accounting and the Public Interest (Vol. 10, pp. 13-35, 2010).

Dr. Elizabeth C. Womack, lecturer in English, had an article titled "A Pledge out of Time: Redemption and the Literary Pawnshop" accepted for publication in an upcoming issue of Victorian Literature and Culture.

Dr. William J. Worthington, assistant professor of management, had a co-authored article titled "Succession Plan Scenario" published in Garden Center Magazine (May 2010). Co-authors are John E. Schoen, adjunct lecturer in management, and Dr. Jamie D. Collins, assistant professor of management.

Dr. Jeong-Ju Yoo, assistant professor of family and consumer sciences, had a co-authored article titled "Adolescents' Beauty Product Use in the U.S.: An Exploration of Media Influence" published in Journal of Global Fashion Marketing (Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 172-181, 2010). Co-author is Hye-Young Kim, University of Minnesota.

PRESENTATIONS

Dr. Kendall W. Artz, chair and professor of management and The Robert M. and Louise Rogers Chair of Entrepreneurship, presented a co-authored paper titled "Where Does Entry Mode Matter? Comparing the Performance of Independent and Subsidiary Firms in Uncertain, Ambiguous and High Innovation Environments" Aug. 6-10 at an Academy of Management conference in Montreal, Canada. Co-authors are Kimberly Green, Clemson University, and Dean Shepherd, Indiana University. He presented "International Entrepreneurship at Baylor University" Oct. 21-23 at a Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers annual directors meeting at The Pennsylvania State University in State College, Penn.

Larry T. Bates, professor of law, served as coach for the Baylor team Oct. 8-10 at the National Civil Rights and Liberties Law Moot Court Competition at Emory University School of Law in Atlanta, Ga.

Ronald L. Beal, professor of law, wrote papers titled "The Legal Authority of a SOAH ALJ to Determine Sanctions and the Power of the Agency to Modify the Same" and "Rulemaking and Rule Challenges," participated in a Town Hall meeting titled "Laying Down the Law: The Art and Science of Imposing Just Penalties," participated in a debate, and presented a seminar on sanctions with Lou Bright, Baylor graduate, Sept. 2-3 at an annual Advanced Administrative Law Seminar in Austin. He testified before the State Bar of Texas board of directors on proposed amendments to State Bar disciplinary rules Sept. 10 in Austin. He made a presentation Sept. 16-17 at the annual State Bar of Texas Advanced Administrative Law Conference of the State Bar of Texas in Austin. He and Lou Bright chaired a Town Hall meeting Sept 24 at an annual Gas and Power Institute in Houston. He presented "Modernizing Agency Practice: The 2010 Model State Administrative Procedure Act" Nov. 8 at Widener School of Law in Harrisburg, Pa.

Dr. Steven W. Bradley, assistant professor of management, presented a co-authored piper titled "A Means and Motives Logic for Relatedness Choices in Corporate Venturing" June 9-12 at a Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference in Lausanne, Switzerland. Co-authors are Kimberly Green, Clemson University, and Tim Holcomb, Florida State University. He presented a co-authored paper titled "Capital is Not Enough: Innovation in Developing Economies" Aug. 6-10 at an Academy of Management conference in Montreal, Canada. Co-authors are Dr. Kendall W. Artz, chair and professor of management and The Robert M. and Louise Rogers Chair of Entrepreneurship, Jeff McMullen, Indiana University, and Edward Simiyu, Jomo Kenyetta University. He presented a co-authored paper titled "Innovation in Emerging Economies: Microfinance is Not Enough" Jan. 13-16 at a United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship conference in Hilton Head, S.C. Co-authors are Jeff McMullen, Dr. Kendall Artz and Edward Simiyu.

Dr. Bryan W. Brooks, associate professor of environmental science and graduate program director, had the following co-authored papers presented Nov. 7-11 at a Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry annual meeting in Portland, Ore.: "Assessment of Chronic Diphenhydramine Exposure on Fish," co-authored by Jason P. Berninger and Bowen Du, Baylor graduate students, and Dr. C. Kevin Chambliss, associate professor of chemistry; "An Initial Probabilistic Ecological Hazard Assessment of Oil Dispersants and Surface Cleaning Agents Approved for Use by the U.S. EPA" and "Employing Probabilistic Approaches for Development of Uncertainty Factors" and "Comparison of Ecohazard Values Derived from Chemical Toxicity Distributions with Higher-tier, Substance-specific PNECs Developed According to REACH," co-authored by Dr. Spencer Williams, assistant research scientist in the Baylor Center for Astrophysics, Space Physics and Engineering Research, and J.P. Berninger; "Challenges Affiliated with Quantifying Pharmaceuticals and Pharmaceutically Active Metabolites in Fish Tissue," co-authored by Dr. C.K. Chambliss, Dr. Alejandro J. Ramirez, mass spectrometry specialist, Pilar Perez-Hurtado, Baylor graduate, and B. Du; "Influence of Climatological and Anthropogenic Factors on pH and Associated Ecotoxicology of Select Heavy Metals in Aquatic Systems," co-authored by Austin Cook-Lindsey, Baylor undergraduate, and Dr. Ted W. Valenti, Baylor graduate; "Towards an Advancement of 'Read-across:' A Critical Examination of Approaches for Leveraging Information in Environmental Applications," co-authored by Kristen A. Connors, Baylor graduate student; "Development and Validation of an Improved Isotope-dilution Screening Method for Pharmaceuticals and Pharmaceutically Active Metabolites in Fish Tissue," co-authored by B. Du, P. Perez-Hurtado and Dr. C.K. Chambliss; "Developing a Method for a Negatively Phototactic Clone of Daphnia magna for Ecotoxicological Assessments," co-authored by Mark Kolkmeier, Baylor graduate student; "pH Influences on Ambient Toxicity Associated with Prymnesium parvum: Results from a Limnocorral Study in Lake Granbury, Texas, USA," co-authored by Krista Prosser, Baylor graduate student, Daniel Roelke, Texas A&M University, J.P. Grover, University of Texas at Arlington, and Dr. T.W. Valenti; "Analytical Challenges in the Deterimination of Unknown Pharmaceuticals in Fish Collected from Effluent-dominated Streams by LC-HRMS," co-authored by A. J. Ramirez and Dr. C.K. Chambliss; "Influence of Interannual Variability in Hydrology and Nutrients on Daily pH Cycles in Surface Waters: Implications for Ecological Risk Assessment," co-authored by Dr. T.W. Valenti, Jeffrey Back and Jason Taylor, Baylor graduate students, and Dr. Ryan S. King, associate professor of biology; "Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients and Aquatic Organisms," co-authored by Dr. Christian G. Daughton, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency; and "Prioritization Approaches for Pharmaceuticals in Aquatic Systems," co-authored by Alistair Boxall, University of York.

Dr. Laurie L. Burney, associate professor of accounting and business law, presented a co-authored paper titled "Usefulness of Multi-dimensional Performance Measurement Systems in a Competitive Retail Environment: The Case of Wildcat Inc." June 5-9 at an Institute of Management Accountants annual conference in Baltimore, Md. Co-authors are William Harden, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and Richard Flannagan.

Dr. Seok Gu Byoun, associate professor of finance, presented "Finance, Predation and Financial Crisis" in May at a Korea Institute of Finance annual conference in Seoul, South Korea. He presented "External Finance Dependence and Corporate Financial Decisions during a Financial Crisis" and "Risk Management with Leverage: Evidence from Project Finance" Oct. 20-23 at a Financial Management Association annual meeting in New York City, N.Y.

Dr. Gary R. Carini, professor of management and associate dean for graduate business programs, presented "How to Create a Great Business Plan" Nov. 29 at a business plan competition at Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York, N.Y.

Dr. Dawn S. Carlson, professor of management, presented a co-authored paper titled "A New Perspective: Examining the Relationship between Work-Family Conflict and Job Performance" Oct. 27-30 at a Southern Management Association annual meeting in St. Pete Beach, Fla. Co-authors are K. Kacmar, E. Lawrence, J. Tillman and D. Noble, University of Alabama, and D. Whitten, Texas A&M University.

Dr. Gerald B. Cleaver, associate professor of physics, presented co-authored papers titled "A Systematic, Statistical Search of Gauge Content in Free Fermionic Heterotic String Models," "Systematic Extensions of the NAHE and NAHE Variation in the Free Fermionic String Landscape" and "On the Correlation of Extra MSSM Higgs to Stringent Flat Directions in Heterotic String Theory" Nov. 5-8 at a String Vacuum Project meeting at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. Co-authors are Timothy Renner, Jared Greenwald and Douglas Moore, Baylor graduate students.

Jeremy Counseller, professor of law, presented "A Brief Primer on the Hearsay Rule and its Exceptions" Sept. 16-17 at an annual State Bar of Texas Advanced Administrative Law Conference in Austin. He served as coach for the Baylor team Nov. 20-21 at the American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law's Trial Advocacy Competition in Dallas.

Ramona Curtis, director for leader development and civic engagement, presented "Who's Serving Who: Advancing Active Citizenship in Undergraduate Leadership Courses" Oct. 26 at an OU-Tulsa Community Engagement Center annual conference in Tulsa, Okla. She presented "More than a Social Club with a Smidgen of Religiosity: A Response to the Most Segregated Hour in America" Oct. 28 at the No Need Among You: Including the Excluded conference in Waco. She presented "Who's Serving Who: Advancing Active Citizenship in Undergraduate Leadership Courses" and participated in a panel discussion on the future of leadership Dec. 6 at a NASPA Leadership Educator's Institute at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Fla. She presented "Purposeful, Passionate Public Speaking: A Journey Through the Fears of Having a Voice" Jan. 12-14 at the 26th Annual Texas Leadership Forum in Austin. She presented "Reflections of the Dream: The New Civic-minded Movement" Jan. 20 at a Martin Luther King Jr. celebration at McLennan Community College in Waco.

Dr. Brennan Davis, assistant professor of marketing, presented "Helping Companies with Societal Responsibility through Marketing: Understanding Social Facilitation of Fast Food Health Positioning and Other Marketing Examples" Sept. 17 at an American Advertising Federation meeting in Waco. He presented "Social Responsibility in Firms" Oct. 12 at a Central Texas National Association of Product Managers meeting in Waco. He and Kevin Bradford, University of Notre Dame, presented a co-authored paper titled "An Investigation into Antecedents and Consequences of Deviant Consumption Behavior of Adolescent: A Socialization Perspective" May 22 at an American Marketing Association marketing and public policy annual conference in Denver, Colo.

Dr. William V. Davis, professor of English and Writer-in-Residence, presented "Crisscrossing the Continent from Black Mountain to Vancouver" Sept. 24-26 at the "Cultural Circulation: Canadian Writers and Authors from the American South: A Dialogue" colloquium in Vienna, Austria. He gave a reading of his poetry Oct. 19 at Northwood University in Cedar Hill. He presented a class session and gave a reading his poetry Oct. 28 at Lone Star College in Conroe. He served as Featured Poet and presented readings of poetry Dec. 16 at the Emily Dickinson Birthday Celebration at the Montgomery County Library in Montgomery.

Dr. Andrea L. Dixon, associate professor of marketing and The Frank M. and Floy Smith Holloway Professor of Marketing, director of the Center for Professional Selling and director of the Keller Center, presented "Managing the Pedagogical Intensity of the Sales Curriculum" and "Complexities and Challenges in Conducting Sales Research" Aug. 13-16 at an American Marketing Association summer marketing educators' conference in Boston, Mass.

Dr. Jeff Doyle, dean for student learning and engagement, presented "Keeping Students in College: How Do We Increase Retention Rates?" Oct. 3-5 at a Texas Association of College and University Student Personnel Administrators annual conference in Fort Worth.

Dr. Richard W. Easley, associate professor of marketing, participated in a study abroad programs roundtable Nov. 4 at a Society for Marketing Advances annual conference in Atlanta, Ga.

Dr. Theresa M. Edgington, assistant professor of information systems, presented "Evidentiary Database Analysis of Organizational Coordination and Questions of Group Fragmentation" Aug. 8 at an Institute for Operations Research and Management Science annual conference in Austin.

Dr. Tisha L. Emerson, associate chair and associate professor of economics, presented "Cooperative Learning in the International Economics Classroom" Nov. 21 at a Southern Economic Association annual meeting in Atlanta, Ga. She presented "In-Class vs. Online Experiments: Is There a Difference?" Jan. 9 at an Allied Social Science Association annual meeting in Denver, Colo.

Thomas M. Featherston Jr., professor of law and The Mills Cox Professor of Law, presented "Non-Probate Dispositions of Community Property" Sept. 24 at an annual Wills and Probate Institute at South Texas College of Law in Houston. He made a presentation on estate administration Dec. 2 at a Tarrant County Bar Association meeting in Fort Worth.

Dr. Carie O. Ford, assistant professor of accounting, participated in a panel discussion titled "Improving Audit Evidentiary Triangulation through the Utilization of Order Effects" Oct. 9 at an American Accounting Association meeting in Denver, Colo.

Dr. Michael B. Frisch, professor of psychology, presented a keynote address titled "Evidence-based Well Being/Happiness/Positive Psychology Interventions and Assessments" Aug, 12 at an American Psychological Association meeting in San Diego, Calif., Dec. 2. at a British Psychological Society meeting in Manchester, England, and Dec. 4 at a University of East London Master's in Positive Psychology Program meeting in London, England.

Dr. Gregory T. Garrett, professor of English, had the following presentations: a course on fiction writing at the Writer's League of Texas in Austin; a class on Harry Potter and theology Sept. 8-29 at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Waco, and Sept. 19 and 26 at St. Julian's Episcopal Church in Austin, and Oct. 6, 13 and 27 at First Baptist Church in Austin; a sermon Oct. 10 at St. David's Episcopal Church in Austin; "The Deeper Meaning of Harry Potter" Oct. 20 at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kan.; a practicum on narrative and grief for hospital chaplains, social workers and clergy Oct. 21 in Hays, Kan.; and a parish retreat and sermon Oct. 29-31 at a Grace Episcopal Church of Georgetown conference at Camp Allen.

Dr. Morris George, assistant professor of marketing, presented a co-authored paper titled "Multi-category Catalog Mailing" Oct. 10 at a Direct Marketing Education Foundation marketing research summit in San Francisco, Calif. Co-authors are V. Kumar, Georgia State University, and Dhruv Grewal, Babson College.

Anne B. Grinols, assistant dean for faculty development and college initiatives in the Hankamer School of Business, presented "The Last Lecture: Seven Values of Effective Communicators" and "Nonverbal Team Communication for Results" Oct. 28 at an Association of Business Communication annual convention in Chicago, Ill.

Dr. Dana Lee Haines, associate director of student activities-student union, presented a report on Baylor student life initiatives Oct. 4-7 at a Big 12 Union Directors annual conference at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Okla.

Laura A. Hernandez, assistant professor of law, served as coach for the Baylor team Nov. 12-14 at the National Entertainment Law Moot Court Competition at Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu, Calif.

Becky Kennedy, associate chaplain and director for missions, and Joell Beagle, coordinator for missions, presented "Matatus and Matoke: Creating Life-changing Opportunities for Students through Discipline-specific Missions" Feb. 3-5 at a Dalton Institute on College Student Values annual conference at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Fla.

Dr. Roger E. Kirk, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Statistics and Master Teacher, presented "What Is New in Multiple Comparison Procedures" Nov. 11 at an American Evaluation Association annual meeting in San Antonio.

Dr. Victor Land, postdoctoral research associate in physics, Dr. Lorin S. Matthews, assistant professor of physics, and Dr. Truell W. Hyde II, director of the Center for Astrophysics, Space Physics and Engineering Research, vice provost for research and professor of physics, presented a co-authored paper titled "Interactions between Multiple Sized Particle Bilayers" Nov. 8-12 at a Division of Plasma Physics annual meeting in Chicago, Ill. Additional co-authors are Angela M. Douglass, Baylor graduate student, and Brandon Doyle, Baylor undergraduate.

Dr. Dorothy E. Leidner, professor of information systems, The Randall W. and Sarah Ferguson Professor of Information Systems, director of the Center for Information Systems Research and director of the PhD program in information systems, presented "IS Strategy and Firm Performance" and "The Role of an Enterprise 2.0 System in Integrating Generation Y IT New Hires into the Workforce" July 10 at Goethe University in Frankfurt, Germany.

Dr. Jason E. MacGregor, assistant professor of accounting, presented a co-authored paper titled "The Effect of Patriotism on Tax Morale and Attitude Towards Tax Compliance" Oct. 9 at an American Accounting Association sectional meeting in Denver, Colo. Co-author is Dr. Brett R. Wilkinson, associate professor of accounting and The Roderick L. Holmes Chair of Accountancy.

Dr. Charles S. Madden, professor of marketing, The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing and director of the Center for Nonprofit Studies, and Dr. Richard W. Easley, associate professor of marketing, presented a co-authored paper titled "Teaching the Ethics Continuum: Consumer Ethics, Yes, Consumer Ethics to Corporate Ethics" Nov. 5 at a Society for Marketing Advances annual conference in Atlanta, Ga. Additional co-author is Cherie Fretwell, Troy University.

Leigh Ann Marshall, director of advancement in the School of Engineering and Computer Science, presented "University Teams Challenged to Solve Real World Problems" Feb. 2-4 at an American Society for Engineering Education industry and education collaboration conference in San Antonio.

Dr. Susie Matlock-Hetzel and Dr. Randal W. Boldt, staff psychologists in Baylor Counseling Services, and Kristi Fogle and Kelsie J. Tatum, Baylor graduate students, presented a workshop titled "Coloring Outside the Lines: Innovative Group Therapy Techniques with Millennials" Nov. 4-6 at a Texas Psychological Association annual convention in Dallas.

Bethany J. McCraw, associate dean for judicial affairs, and Linda B. Cates, director of the Office of Academic Integrity, presented "Leading Side by Side: Partnerships Involving Multiple Campus Constituencies Are Instrumental in Changing a Campus Culture to One of Academic Integrity" and "Not Leading by Example: When Graduate or Doctoral Students Help Undergraduate Students Cheat" Oct. 22-24 at an International Center for Academic Integrity annual conference in Long Beach, Calif.

Dr. Joseph A. McKinney, professor of economics and The Ben H. Williams Professor of International Economics, presented "North American Energy and Environmental Policies as Complications for Transatlantic Relations" July 14 at a Transatlantic Studies Association conference in Durham, England.

Dr. Timothy R. McKinney, associate professor of music theory, presented "A Tale of Two Critics, or, A Wolf at the Door: Subtext in the Wolf-Hanslick Controversy" Nov. 5 at an American Musicological Society and Society for Music Theory joint annual conference in Indianapolis, Ind.

D. Luke Meier, assistant professor of law, presented "Why Twombly is Good Law (But Poorly Drafted) and Iqbal Will Be Overturned" Sept. 23 at the Texas Tech University School of Law in Lubbock.

Elizabeth S. Miller, professor of law, presented papers titled "Perils and Pitfalls of Practicing Law in a Texas LLP" and "Lawyer and Law Firm Disputes: Problems and Prevention" Sept. 17 at a State Bar of Texas meeting. She presented papers titled "Recent Case Law Developments for Texas Practitioners" and "Selected Issues in Drafting Texas Limited Liability Company Agreements" Oct. 21-22 at a State Bar of Texas advanced business law strategies course. She presented "Selected Recent LLC and Partnership Cases" Nov. 5 at an American Bar Association business law section meeting. She presented "Owner Liability Protection and Piercing the Veil of Texas Business Entities" Nov. 9 at an Austin Bar Association real estate section meeting.

Dr. Charles M. North, associate professor of economics, presented "Religion and the Emergence of the Rule of Law" June 30 at a Western Economic Association International meeting in Portland, Ore.

Dr. Elizabeth D. Palacios, dean for student development, presented "The Role of Social Capital and Mediating Factors in Hispanic Student College Retention" Nov. 12 at a National Latino Psychological Association annual conference in San Antonio.

Connie D. Powell, assistant professor of law, and Patricia A. Wilson, professor of law, served as coaches for the Baylor Law technology and privacy law moot court team Oct. 28-30 at a tournament at John Marshall Law School in Chicago, Ill.

Gerald R. Powell, professor of law and The Abner V. McCall Professor of Evidence, presented "Ten Essential Hearsay Rules for the Bankruptcy Practitioner" Dec. 7 at a Houston Bar Association bankruptcy section meeting in Houston.

Tim Powers, associate director for Campus Living & Learning, and Larry Correll-Hughes, University of Georgia, presented "Moving Beyond Animosity and Not Getting Sued: Reframing Our Understanding of Risk Management and Legal Issues for Student Learning" Nov. 6-9 at a Southern Association for College Student Affairs/NASPA Region III annual conference in Panama City, Fla.

Dr. Chris P. Pullig, chair and associate professor of marketing, presented "Trademark Dilution: New Conceptualizations of Perceptual Dilution and Visual Diversion" in December at the University of Caen in Caen, France.

Dr. William R. Reichenstein, professor of finance and The Pat and Thomas R. Powers Chair of Investment Management, presented a Thornburg Asset Management webinar titled "Asset Allocation, Location and Withdrawal Strategies in the Presence of Taxes" Sept. 29. He presented "Predicting Bond Fund Returns" Oct. 10 at an Academy of Financial Services annual conference in Denver, Colo. He presented a Texas A&M University financial planning workshop titled "Taxes Exist: Distribution Strategies in Retirement" Nov. 5 in Bryan. He presented a MetLife webinar titled "Taking Back Control of Taxes" Dec. 14.

Dr. Pedro M. Reyes, associate professor of management, presented a co-authored paper titled "RFID in the Service Industry" May 7 at an Industry Studies Association annual conference in Chicago, Ill. Co-authors are Gregory Helm, Texas A&M University, and Patrick Jaska, University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. He presented a co-authored paper titled "Impacts of RFID on Customer Service" June 6 at an Association of Latin-Iberoamerican Operational Research Societies-Institute for Operations Research and Management Science joint meeting in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Co-authors are Gregory Helm and Patrick Jaska. He presented a co-authored paper titled "Customer Performance in the Supply Chain" July 25-31 at the International Conference of Operations and Supply Chain Management in Hong Kong, China. Co-authors are Qiannong Gu, Sam Houston State University, and Suhong Li, Bryant University. He presented a co-authored paper titled "Technology Applications for Emergency Supply Chain Response" Nov. 9 at an Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences annual meeting in Austin. Co-author is Patrick Jaska. He presented a co-authored paper titled "Coordination in Emergency Supply and Distribution: Practices, Challenges and Opportunities" Nov. 22 at a Decision Sciences Institute annual meeting in San Diego, Calif. Co-author is Patrick Jaska.

Dr. Cynthia K. Riemenschneider, associate professor of information systems, presented "Influencers of Absorptive Capacity of State IT Departments" Jan. 4-7 at the Hawaiian International Conference on Systems and Sciences in Kauai, Hawaii.

R. Michael Rogers, professor of law, presented "Use of the Student Athlete Name Likeness in Student Activity" in November at a Faculty Athletics Representatives Association convention in St. Louis, Mo.

Dr. Richard R. Russell, acting assistant director of the University Scholars Program and associate professor of English, presented "Teaching Graham Swift's Waterland in the Christian Liberal Arts Classroom" and chaired a session titled "Motions of the Soul: Morality and the Literary Life" Sept. 24-25 at a Christianity and the Liberal Arts annual forum at the University of Mobile in Mobile, Ala. He presented "Clarissa Dalloway's Radical Empathy" Nov. 4-6 at a South Atlantic Modern Language Association annual convention in Atlanta, Ga.

Emily Sandvall, assistant director of new student programs, and Jesse Hines, Baylor graduate student, presented "Do I Have It All?: Building Successful Partnerships" and "What If Extended Orientation Was Discipline Specific?" Nov. 19-21 at the Extended Orientation Institute in Fayetteville, Ark.

Dr. Kim Scott, director of campus recreation, and Kat Evans, career advisor in career services, presented "Present Yourself" Nov. 2-4 at a National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association Region IV-Big 12 and Friends annual conference at Texas A&M University in College Station.

Kathy Serr, adjunct professor and advocacy coordinator at Baylor Law School, served as coach for the Baylor team Oct. 16 at the Mack Kidd Administrative Law Moot Court Competition in Austin.

Dr. Rishi Sriram, assistant professor and program coordinator of higher education and student affairs, presented "Rethinking Intelligence: The Role of Mindset in Promoting Success for Academically High-risk Students" Nov. 18 at an Association for the Study of Higher Education annual meeting in Indianapolis, Ind.

Dr. Martin T. Stuebs Jr., assistant professor of accounting, presented a co-authored paper titled "CFO Financial Expertise and Corporate Governance" Aug. 1-2 at an American Accounting Association ethics symposium in San Francisco, Calif. Co-author is Li Sun, Ball State University. He presented "Go Team Go: A Professional Education Framework for Ethics Instruction" Nov. 5 and "Lorman Lumber Co.: What 'Wood' You Do?" Nov. 6 at an Institute of Management Accountants student leadership conference in Anaheim, Calif.

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 "Ethics Education for CPAs in Texas: An Update" July 31 at an American Accounting Association ethics boot camp in San Francisco, Calif.

Dr. M. Michael Umble, professor of management, and Dr. Elizabeth J. Umble, associate professor of management, presented a co-authored paper titled "Enhancing Decision Sciences Curricula with the Theory of Constraints' Thinking Process Tools" Nov. 22 at a Decision Sciences Institute annual conference in San Diego, Calif.

Jim Underwood, professor of law, and Michael R. Berry, director of career services at Baylor Law School, served as coaches for the Baylor team at a Stetson University National Pretrial Competition Oct. 8-10 in Gulfport, Fla.

Dr. David D. VanHoose, professor of economics and The Herman W. Lay Chair of Private Enterprise, presented a co-authored paper titled "Price and Wage Stickiness, Inflation, and Profits" Oct. 11 at an International Atlantic Economic Society conference in Charleston, S.C. Co-author is Carl Gwin.

Dr. Randall L. Vaughn, professor of information systems, participated in a panel discussion titled "The Future of Counter eCrime Research" Oct. 19 at an Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers eCrime researcher summit in Dallas.

Dr. Kirk L. Wakefield, professor of marketing, presented "How Sponsorship Works to Benefit Events, Venues and Sponsors" July 16 at Festivals and Events Research: State of the Art in Leeds, England.

Dr. Ted L. Waldron, assistant professor of management, presented a co-authored paper titled "Activist Attack Strategies" May 26-28 at an Organization Studies Workshop in Margaux, France, and Aug. 6-10 at an Academy of Management meeting in Montreal, Canada. Co-author is Gideon Markman, Colorado State University.

Dr. Randall L. Waller, senior lecturer in business communication, presented "Personal Branding 1.0" Oct. 29 at an Association for Business Communication annual conference in Chicago, Ill.

Dr. Ju-Chien Cindy Wu, associate professor of management, presented "Sustainable Social Work Practice: How Social Support Affects Worker Health" Oct. 16 at a Council on Social Work Education annual meeting in Portland, Ore.

Dr. Jeong-Ju Yoo, assistant professor of family and consumer sciences, presented the following co-authored papers Oct. 27-30 at an International Textiles and Apparel Association conference in Montreal, Canada: "Adolescents' Body-tanning Behaviors: Investigating the Influence of Sociocultural Attitudes Toward Appearance (SATA)," co-authored by Hye-Young Kim, University of Minnesota; "The Role of Appearance-enhancing Products in the Establishment of Self-worth among Appearance-schematic Adolescents," co-authored by Won-Moo Hur, Pukyung National University, and Jongeun Rhee, University of Wisconsin; and "Self-perceived Mathematical Ability, Math Anxiety and Expected Course Outcomes of Merchandising Mathematics," co-authored by Holly Lentz, West Virginia University.

Baylor faculty made the following presentations Oct. 28-30 at Human Dignity and the Future of Health Care, the fourth annual Baylor Symposium on Faith and Culture: Dr. James W. Ellor, professor of social work, "Faith and Practice with the Aged;" Dr. Gaynor I. Yancey, professor of social work and associate dean for baccalaureate studies, "Faith in Practice in the Community;" Helen E.W. Harris, senior lecturer in social work, "Faith in Practice in End-of-Life Care;" Dr. Jonathan Tran, assistant professor of religion, "The Death of Macrina: William May, Gregory of Nyssa and Death's Publicity;" Dr. Peter M. Candler, associate professor of theology, "Outside the Church There is No Death;" Dr. Martha J. Bradshaw, professor of nursing, "Nazi Nurses, Mennonite Nurses: Teaching Professional Nursing Values with Case Studies from World War II;" Dr. S. Kay Toombs, associate professor emeritus of philosophy, "Living and Dying with Dignity: A Reflection on Lived Experience;" and Dr. Jeff Levin, director of Program on Religion and Population Health, University Professor of Epidemiology and Population Health and professor of medical humanities, "Jewish Biblical and Rabbinic Themes that Should Inform the National Health Care Discussion." The following faculty chaired or introduced sessions: Dr. William H. Bellinger Jr., chair and professor of religion and The W. Marshall and Lulie Craig Chair of Bible; Dr. Victor J. Hinojosa, associate professor of political science in the Honors Program; Dr. Michael D. Beaty, chair and professor of philosophy, Dr. Barry A. Harvey, professor of theology; Dr. Joe L. Coker, lecturer in religion; Michael C. Sloan, lecturer in classics; Dr. Darin H. Davis, director of the Institute for Faith and Learning and assistant professor of philosophy; 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; Dr. J. Wesley Null, acting director of the Honors Program in the Honors College and associate professor of curriculum and foundations of education; Dr. Hakeem I. Tijani, associate professor of history; Dr. Robert B. Kruschwitz, director of the Center for Christian Ethics and professor of philosophy; Dr. Eva I. Doyle, associate professor of health, human performance and recreation; Dr. Michael Attas, associate director of the medical humanities program; Dr. James A. Marcum, professor of philosophy and director of the medical humanities program; Dr. Michael A. Stegemoller, associate professor of finance; Dr. Perry L. Glanzer, associate professor of teacher education and faculty assistant director of the Honors Program in the Honors College; Dr. Daniel McInerny, associate professor of philosophy; Dr. Martha J. Bradshaw; Dr. Robert M. Baird, professor of philosophy, Master Teacher and University Ombudsperson; Dr. Byron Johnson, Distinguished Professor of the Social Sciences and co-director of the Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion; Lori A. Spies, lecturer in nursing; Dr. Terry S. Maness, dean of the Hankamer School of Business and professor of finance; and Dr. David L. Jeffrey, Distinguished Professor of Literature and Humanities. The following professors participated in panel discussions: Dr. Beth A. Lanning, associate professor of health, human performance and recreation; Dr. Martha J. Bradshaw; Vivian C. Gamblian, lecturer in nursing; Dr. Jane B. Nunnelee, senior lecturer in nursing; Dr. Lyn Prater, senior lecturer in nursing; Cheryl A. Riley, lecturer in nursing; Dr. James W. Henderson, professor of economics, The Ben H. Williams Professor of Economics and academic director of MBA healthcare administration; and Dr. Earl L. Grinols, Distinguished Professor of Economics. Dr. Scott H. Moore, director of the Great Texts Program and associate professor of philosophy and great texts, presented a response.

HONORS

Dr. Gia M. Chevis, assistant professor of accounting, was named to the Issues in Accounting Education editorial board.

Angela R. Cruseturner, director of admissions and student recruitment at Baylor Law School, was elected president of the Waco-McLennan County Young Lawyers Association.

Bridget Fuselier, associate professor of law, received the inaugural "Section Award" from the real property, trust and estate law section of the American Bar Association for an article titled "Pre-embryos in Probate: Property, Person or Something Else?"

Dr. Gregory T. Garrett, professor of English, had a book titled One Fine Potion: The Literary Magic of Harry Potter chosen as a Best Theological Book for fall/winter 2010 by the Association of Theological Booksellers.

Christopher J. Hansen, associate professor of communication studies and director of the film and digital media division, received the best screenplay award for a film titled "Endings" Jan. 28-30 at the Trail Dance Film Festival in Duncan, Okla.

Dr. Thomas S. Kidd, associate professor of history, received a Christianity Today Award of Merit for a book titled God of Liberty: A Religious History of the American Revolution.

Dr. Roger E. Kirk, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and Statistics and Master Teacher, was named a fellow of the American Psychological Association applied experimental and engineering psychology division.

Jill W. Lens, assistant professor of law, had an article titled "Punishing for the Injury: Tort Law-based Limitations on Punitive Damage Awards" included in the Social Science Research Network's Top 10 download list for LSN: Judgments and Remedies.

Dr. Lesley McAllister, assistant professor of piano and director of piano pedagogy, had an article titled "Should Music Lessons Be Fun?" selected as the 2011 Article of the Year by American Music Teacher.

D. Luke Meier, assistant professor of law, had an article titled "Why Twombly is Good Law (But Poorly Drafted) and Iqbal Will Be Overturned" included in the Top 10 download list for Federal Courts & Jurisdiction eJournal, LSN: Pleadings, Motions & Pretrial Procedure (Topic) and Law & Society: Civil Procedure eJournal.

Dr. Rishi R. Sriram, assistant professor of educational administration, was named to the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice editorial board.

The following faculty and staff received BaylorPlus salutes in November-December 2010: Adreine Battles, Hankamer School of Business graduate programs; Eileen Bentsen, University Libraries; Bree Meadows, talent management; Karla Nelson, ITS; and J.D. Windham, Paul L. Foster Success Center.

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