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Living Small
[9/22/2016]
Business Review Podcast: Sleek, high tech and affordable micro housing in downtown metro areas is poised to disrupt the urban housing market, which hasn't seen change in over 150 years.
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Food Sensitivities: Wrong Food Habit May Damage Diet Plan
[9/16/2016]
Huffington Post: Meredith David, assistant professor of Marketing, was lead author on a study about dieter behaviors and diet plans referenced in this article.
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Hiding in Plain Sight
[9/15/2016]
Business Review Podcast: Asking "why" can uncover new industries right under your nose, and also be the key to innovation and success.
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Don't Worry, Be Happy
[9/15/2016]
Catholic Digest: A Baylor University study co-authored by James Roberts, the holder of the Ben H. Williams Professorship in Marketing, is mentioned in this article.
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"What About Waco" Documentary Explores Waco's History
[9/12/2016]
Baylor Lariat: Baylor Business alumni Matthew McLeod is executive producer of a documentary about Waco.
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Howard E. Butt Jr., Oldest Son of Texas H-E-B Family, Dies at 89
[9/12/2016]
My San Antonio: Remembers the life and career of Baylor Business alumni Howard E. Butt Jr.
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Benefits of Mutual Respect
[9/8/2016]
Business Review Podcast: From the warehouse to the C-suite, seeing all employees as valuable and deserving of respect builds trust, and positively impacts customer service too. For one startup's CEO, investing in the company's employees has lead to ingenious benefits.
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Is Cell Phone Addiction Real?
[9/8/2016]
Inside Higher Ed: This page links to a podcast from Academic Minute in which professor of Marketing, James A. Roberts, is interviewed about his study on cellphone addiction.
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The Art of Taking Breaks at Work
[9/6/2016]
Van Winkle's: An article that explores and references research on workplace breaks and productivity by associate professors of Management, Emily Hunter and Cindy Wu.
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8 Habits That Make 20-Somethings Anxious and Unproductive
[9/6/2016]
Business Insider: This article references a study by professor of Marketing, James A. Roberts, about cellphone addiction in relation to habits of 20-somethings.
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Why You Should Base Asset Allocations on Aftertax Dollars
[9/5/2016]
The Wall Street Journal: Written by William Reichenstein, Powers Professor, on the benefits of calculating asset allocation using an aftertax framework.
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The Right Thing to Do
[9/1/2016]
Business Review Podcast: Patrick Gage, co-chair of the Nexus Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Working Group, says businesses have a moral imperative to see employees as more than a commodity sourced at cheap cost. He knows firsthand the rewards of due diligence in supply chain transparency.
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Foster Campus Lunchtime Composed of Noteworthy Serenades
[8/31/2016]
Transitioning between classes has never sounded so good. Baylor’s School of Music and Hankamer School of Business have teamed up to provide “A Little Lunch Music.”
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As Healthcare Execs Stress Over 'Competition From Other Providers,' A Remedy For 'Cognitive Tunneling'
[8/25/2016]
D Healthcare Daily: An article about 'cognitive tunneling' written by professor of Management and associate dean for Graduate Business Programs.
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Using Buying Power for Good
[8/25/2016]
Business Review Podcast: Patrick Gage, co-chair of the Nexus Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery Working Group, encourages consumers to use their buying power to prompt good habits in the corporate community.
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As Our Homes Get Smarter 'It Could Become Incredibly Easy to Spend Money'
[8/24/2016]
Financial Post: An article detailing future results of consumer behavior with smart devices in the home. James A. Robert, Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing, is cited.
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Tapping the Power of Story
[8/18/2016]
Business Review Podcast: Luke Sherwin, co-founder and chief creative officer of online mattress startup, Caspar, knows genuine stories build a strong bond of trust with customers.
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Adopt A Healthy Diet By Finding Foods You Love
[8/12/2016]
The Alternative Daily: Research by Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, on dieting strategies is quoted.
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Here's Why Your Diet Plan Isn't Working
[8/12/2016]
Fusia.ca: An article about a study from Hankamer School of Business recording outcomes of diet strategies.
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Experience-Driven Marketing
[8/11/2016]
Business Review Podcast: “Word of mouth with a modern twist.” That’s how Luke Sherwin, co-founder and chief creative officer of the mattress startup, Caspar, describes the company’s foundation for marketing.
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Why This Population is Addicted to Smartphones
[8/10/2016]
Ozy.com: A review of a study by James A. Roberts, the Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing, on college students' activity on smartphones.
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This Is What It's Really Like to Be on HGTV's "Fixer Upper"
[8/9/2016]
House Beautiful Magazine: An article about alumni Chip and Joanna Gaines renovating a local photographer's home.
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What Your Personality Says About Your Smartphone Addiction
[8/8/2016]
CNN: An article authored by James A. Roberts, professor of Marketing, reviews a study on smartphone addiction.
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How Your Personality Is Linked to Your Smartphone Addiction
[8/5/2016]
Time Magazine: An article written by professor of Marketing, James A. Roberts, on his study on cellphone addiction.
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Social Security 'Coordination' Biggest Advisor Opportunity
[8/4/2016]
Nasdaq: Research by William Reichenstein on social security and retirement planning is credited in this article.
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The Talking Dead: How Personality Drives Smartphone Addiction
[8/4/2016]
The Conversation: An article about addiction to smartphones quotes professor of Marketing, James A. Roberts, on his research.
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How to Boost Social Security Benefits for Surviving Spouses
[8/1/2016]
Kiplinger: An article about social security benefits quoting professor of Finance, William Reichenstein.
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Social Security: A Planning Paradox
[8/1/2016]
Financial Advisor Magazine: Research by William Reichenstein on social security and retirement planning is credited in this article.
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Your Job Could Be Ruining Your Relationship
[7/29/2016]
Yahoo! News: This article credits a study by Dawn Carlson, the H.R. Gibson Chair of Organizational Development, which links workplace hostility to relationship troubles.
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Waco: Stand, Don't Sit BU Professors Say
[7/26/2016]
KWTX Waco: Associate professor of Management, Cindy Wu, is interviewed about research on the health benefits of standing desks.
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Trying to Lose Weight? 10 Tasty Foods You'll Like and Can Eat Guilt-Free
[7/25/2016]
GlobalNews.ca: Research by associate professor of Marketing, Meredith David, is referenced in this article about health foods.
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How to Be a Successful Dieter
[7/17/2016]
Daily Nation: Research on dieting strategies by Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, is quoted.
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Why Your Diet is Not Working Explained
[7/16/2016]
Business Standard: Research on dieting strategies by Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, is quoted.
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Weight Loss That Fail: Is Your Diet Not Working? You May Be Eating Food You Don't Enjoy
[7/14/2016]
Parent Herald: Research on dieting strategies by Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, is quoted.
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Diet Plan Not Working? Research Shows How to Make Your Health Plan a Success
[7/13/2016]
Nature World News: Research by Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, on dieting strategies is quoted.
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Secret to Losing Weight? Don't Replace Foods You Like With Ones You Don't
[7/13/2016]
International Business Times: Research by Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, on dieting strategies is quoted.
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The Reason Why Your Diet May Not Be Working Out
[7/13/2016]
Consumer Affairs: In this article, research by Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, on dieting strategies is quoted.
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Here's Why Your Diet Plan Isn't Working
[7/13/2016]
Yahoo! News: Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, has research on dieting strategies quoted in this article.
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The Mistake That Makes Healthy Eating So Much Harder
[7/13/2016]
New York Magazine: Research by Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, on dieting strategies is quoted.
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Wrong Food Habit May Damage Diet Plan
[7/13/2016]
Dublin News: Research on dieting strategies by Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, is quoted.
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Your Diet Plan Isn't Working? New Research Explains Why
[7/12/2016]
Science Daily: Research by Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, on dieting strategies is quoted.
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Your Diet Plan Isn't Working? New Baylor Research Explains Why
[7/12/2016]
Science Newsline: Research by Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, on dieting strategies is quoted.
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Your Diet Plan Isn't Working? New Baylor Research Explains Why
[7/12/2016]
ScienMag: Research on dieting strategies by Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, is quoted.
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Your Diet Plan Isn't Working? New Research Explains Why
[7/12/2016]
MedicalXpress: Research by Meredith David, associate professor of Marketing, on dieting strategies is quoted.
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Engineers' Allegiances to Organization and Profession Need Not Conflict, Study Finds
[7/6/2016]
Engineering 360: A study about managing innovators by Sara Perry, assistant professor of Management, is reviewed.
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Seven Ways Parents Can Be More Productive During Summer
[7/1/2016]
Fast Company: Sara Perry, assistant professor of Management, is quoted in this article about parents and work productivity during children's summer break.
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Baylor's Sara Perry Identifies Keys to Managing Innovators
[6/27/2016]
OutlookSeries.com A study about managing innovators by Sara Perry, assistant professor of Management, is reviewed.
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Snubbed by a Smartphone
[6/24/2016]
LifeZette: A study about smartphone addiction and relationship impact is referenced in this article.
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How to Effectively Manage Innovators
[6/21/2016]
L&D: A study about managing innovators by assistant professor of Management, Sara Perry, is reviewed.
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New Baylor Research Identifies Keys to Managing Innovators
[6/21/2016]
ScienMag: A study about managing innovators by Sara Perry, assistant professor of Management, is reviewed.
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New Baylor Research Identifies Keys to Managing Innovators
[6/21/2016]
Science Codex: A study about managing innovators by Sara Perry, assistant professor of Management, is reviewed.
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Study Identifies Keys to Managing Innovators
[6/21/2016]
LaboratoryEquipment.com: A study about managing innovators by Sara Perry, assistant professor of Management, is reviewed.
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Unethical Workers Accepted-- If They're Productive
[6/21/2016]
BizEd: A study about unethical employees and workplace acceptance by two assistant professors of Management--Matthew Quade and Rebecca L. Greenbaum--is reviewed.
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The Rise of the Free Team T-Shirt
[6/20/2016]
The Atlantic: Kirk Wakefield, professor of Retail Marketing, is quoted in this article about the history of free team-branded clothing.
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Renita Miller Named New Berkeley College Dean
[6/20/2016]
Yale News: Alumnus of Hankamer School of Business, Renita Miller, will serve as the next dean of Berkeley College at Yale University.
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New Baylor Research Identifies Keys to Managing Innovators
[6/20/2016]
Science Newsline: A study about managing innovators by Sara Perry, assistant professor of Management, is reviewed.
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New Research Identifies Keys to Managing Innovators
[6/20/2016]
Phys.org: A study about managing innovators by Sara Perry, assistant professor of Management, is reviewed.
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3 Social Security Scenarios Show Vastly Different Results
[6/18/2016]
USA Today: Professor William Reichenstein is quoted in this article about strategies for social security and saving for retirement.
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Study About Cell Phone Addiction
[6/15/2016]
WTVY Dothan: A study about smartphone addiction from Baylor University is referenced in this article and video.
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There's a "Fixer Upper" Spin-Off Coming to DIY Network
[6/15/2016]
House Beautiful Magazine: An article about alumnus Clint Harp and his new show, "Against the Grain."
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Think You're Addicted to Your Phone? Psychologists Say You're Not
[6/15/2016]
NBC News Columbus: A study about smartphone addiction from Baylor University is referenced in this article.
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Addicted to Your Phone? Researchers Say Not So Fast
[6/15/2016]
NBC News Bismarck: A study about smartphone addiction from Baylor University is referenced in this article and video.
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Study Shows Amount of Time on Cell Phones Affects Behavior
[6/15/2016]
ActionNewsNow.com: A study about smartphone addiction from Baylor University is referenced in this article.
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Addicted to Your Phone? Not Really!
[6/15/2016]
WVTM-13 Birmingham: A news report video about a study by researchers on college students' activity on mobile devices.
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Clint Harp is Getting His Own Show -- Here's Why You Need to Watch It
[6/14/2016]
Country Living: An article about alumnus Clint Harp and his new show, "Against the Grain."
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4 Tech Tools for the Accounting Classroom
[6/14/2016]
AICPA.org: Gia Chevis, Graduate Accounting Programs Director and clinical associate professor, is credited for a powerful example of how to use technology in accounting classes.
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Hooked on Handsets
[6/10/2016]
China Daily Asia: An article about addiction to smartphones in Asia quotes professor of Marketing James A. Roberts on his research.
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Spend Down or Gift Retirement Accounts? Here's Some Math
[6/10/2016]
The Wall Street Journal: An article authored by William Reichenstein, Powers Professor, about retirement savings advice.
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Jump In Hot Car Deaths Reported; Are Smart Phones to Blame?
[6/10/2016]
KWTX Waco: A local news report about distracted behavior arising from smartphone addiction; James A. Roberts, professor of Marketing, is interviewed.
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Wake-Up Call: Why Unethical High Performers Are Not Shunned by Peers
[6/3/2016]
The Irish Times: A reprint of an article in Harvard Business Review by Matthew Quade, assistant professor of Management, about unethical employees.
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We Don't Shun Unethical Coworkers If They're High Performers
[5/25/2016]
Harvard Business Review: An article by Matthew Quade, assistant professor of Management, about research on unethical employees and performance.
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Your Diet Plan Isn’t Working? New Baylor Research Explains Why
[7/11/2016]
Many diet plans are doomed from the start. The reason? Dieters tend to adopt the wrong strategies, often planning to ditch their favorite foods and replace them with less-desirable options, according to new research from Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business.
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Marketing Magnolia
[7/7/2016]
At Magnolia Market, there’s a little something for everyone to enjoy. People travel from near and far to experience the Silos made famous by alums Chip and Joanna Gaines on the HGTV hit show "Fixer Upper." Baylor students saw the diversity of these visitors firsthand, after interviewing over 400 people who came to see Magnolia Market.
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9 Reasons You Should Never Bring Your Phone In Bed With You
[5/13/2016]
Good Housekeeping: This article cites cellphone addiction research by Hankamer School of Business faculty James A. Roberts, Ph.D., The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing, and Chris Pullig, Ph.D., professor and chair of the marketing department.
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New Tool Aims to Optimize Retirement Withdrawals
[5/16/2016]
Investment News: Column about how non-traditional drawdown strategies can improve tax efficiency and extend portfolio life cites research by William Reichenstein, Ph.D., professor and holder of The Pat and Thomas R. Powers Chair of Investment in Management in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business.
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Want to Spend Less Time on Your Phone? Turn Your Screen Gray
[5/2/2016]
Smart Parenting: This story cites a study from Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business about “phubbing,” or phone snubbing, and its ability to damage relationships. The study was conducted by James A. Roberts, Ph.D., The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing, and Meredith David, Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing.
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9 Bedroom Habits That Could Save Your Marriage
[5/3/2016]
Huffington Post: This story references a 2015 study from Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business that addresses “phubbing,” or phone snubbing, and its damaging effects on relationships. The study, which received national and international media attention, was conducted by James A. Roberts, Ph.D., The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing, and Meredith David, Ph.D., assistant professor of marketing.
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AACSB International Announces New Board Members for 2016–2017
[4/27/2016]
Biz Ed: Dean Terry S. Maness of Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business was recently elected to the Board of Directors for the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International. Maness was elected to a three-year term, beginning July 1, 2016.
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Information Systems PhD Candidates Receive Awards
[4/29/2016]
Two PhD candidates from the Information Systems department received high honors from Baylor.
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Five Signs You Should Split Up With Your Partner, Pronto
[4/21/2016]
Yahoo! News: “Phubbing” your partner — snubbing them to look at your cell phone — can harm a relationship and may lead to depression, according to a Baylor University study. Quoted is Meredith David, Ph.D., who said that findings show that “the more often a couple’s time spent together is interrupted by one individual attending to his/her cellphone, the less likely it is that the other individual is satisfied in the overall relationship.”
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Allergan Tight-lipped on Upcoming Major Expansion of Waco Plant
[4/19/2016]
Waco Tribune-Herald: Tom Kelly, Ph.D., professor of economics and director of the Center for Business and Economic Research in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business, is featured in this article about his study – an examination of the economic impact of pharmaceutical company Allergan on Central Texas – which was released in January.
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Baylor's Maness Elected to AACSB International Board of Directors
[4/22/2016]
Dean Terry S. Maness of Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business was recently elected to the Board of Directors for the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International. Maness was elected to a three-year term, beginning July 1, 2016.
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Business School Faculty Recognized
[4/21/2016]
Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business bestows faculty awards on an annual basis. The winners were announced at the Senior Appreciation Banquet April 20.
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The Unexpected Ways Your Bad Boss Brings You Down
[3/28/2016]
Daily Worth: This story cites a 2012 Baylor University study, in which researchers found that abusive supervision — like rudeness, tantrums and public criticism — on the job can lead to more conflict at home. Researchers include Hankamer School of Business faculty Dawn Carlson, Ph.D., H.R. Gibson Chair of Organizational Development, and Emily Hunter, Ph.D., associate professor of management.
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11 Ways To Keep A Positive Attitude At Work, So You Don’t Have To Feel Miserable
[4/14/2016]
Bustle: An article about how to stay positive at work cites a Baylor University study that found that office workers who take short, frequent breaks during the workday report higher job satisfaction, reduced emotional exhaustion and greater efforts to take on their job responsibilities. The study was conducted by Emily Hunter, Ph.D., and Cindy Wu, Ph.D., associate professors of management in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business.
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Baylor, Army Collaborate to Create Better Healthcare
[4/13/2016]
Innovative Business at Baylor: United States Army Lieutenant Colonel Forest Kim, who is also program director and assistant professor in the Army-Baylor Health and Business Administration program, has been researching the benefits of a new modality of healthcare delivery, the patient-centered medical home (PCMH).
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The 6 Signs of Cell Phone Addiction
[4/8/2016]
Entrepreneur: James A. Roberts, Ph.D., The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing in Baylor University’s Hankamer School of Business, is a featured expert in this story, which identifies the six signs of cell phone addiction: salience, euphoria, tolerance, withdrawal, conflict and relapse.
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A Network’s Net Worth: Matt Carroll [BBR]
[4/8/2016]
Carroll attends monthly BBN breakfasts and football watch parties. He stays in touch with alumni, meets them for lunch and visits their offices. Networking with Baylor alumni gives him personal satisfaction and confidence to associate with other professional groups.
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Supervisors, Coworkers Tolerate Unethical Behavior when Production is Good, Baylor Study Finds
[4/6/2016]
Your coworker wastes time. He mismanages resources. He’s been known to engage in activities that you and others consider conflicts of interest. Yet, he seems to “do no wrong” in the eyes of the company. Why? Because he’s producing.
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Supervisors, Coworkers Tolerate Unethical Behavior When Production Is Good, Baylor Study Finds
[4/6/2016]
My Informs: Story about a new study from Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, which investigates why employees’ unethical behaviors may be tolerated instead of rejected. The story quotes lead author, Matthew J. Quade, Ph.D., assistant professor of management. “In this study, we’re asking the questions: When and why are people ostracized – or excluded from the group – while at work?” Quade said. “Our research contributes to an ongoing conversation regarding whether people’s competence is more important than morality within the context of organizations.”
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The Best Personality Types for Remote Workers
[3/16/2016]
Business News Daily: Article about a recent Baylor business study in the Journal of Management about teams that use virtual communications and their effectiveness in the workplace. Quoted is Sara Perry, PhD, assistant professor of management in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, who coauthored the study with a team of researchers, including Emily Hunter, PhD, associate professor of management. “Under the conditions of higher virtuality, you need people to hold you accountable to prevent the virtuality from letting you stray or loaf,” Perry said. Business News Daily is a resource for small business owners at all stages of their entrepreneurial journey.
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Are You Addicted to Your Smart Phone?
[3/22/2016]
The Daily Edition (Australia): James A. Roberts, Ph.D., The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, is renowned for his research on cellphone addiction. He is featured in this segment discussing his research on cellphone addiction and “phubbing” – phone snubbing – and their effects on personal relationships.
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You Can Now Get Your Haircut to Go with Mobile Barbershops
[3/21/2016]
KWBU-FM (Waco/NPR): Marlene Reed, D.B.A., senior lecturer in entrepreneurship in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business, is interviewed for this local story on mobile businesses, such as food trucks or barber shops, in which people are willing to pay extra for something that’s quick, convenient and personalized. “People have become so busy, time is probably the most scarce of all of our resources, maybe even more so than money for many people, and they want someone to come do something for them on their premises or at work,” she said.
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To Garage Sale, or Not to Garage Sale? That Is the Question (in Spring)
[3/22/2016]
My Informs: This article offers suggestions from Baylor experts on consumers, marketing and families on how to have success when having — or going to — garage sales. Quoted are Jim Roberts, Ph.D., The Ben H. Williams Professor of Marketing in Baylor’s Hankamer School of Business; Lorynn Divita, Ph.D. associate professor of apparel merchandising in Baylor’s Robbins College of Health and Human Sciences (CHHS); Elise King, assistant professor of interior design in CHHS; and Karen Melton, Ph.D., assistant professor of child and family studies in CHHS.
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Is Working From Home Unproductive?
[3/14/2016]
KXXV-TV: Sara Perry, Ph.D., assistant professor of management in Baylor University’s Hankamer School, is quoted in this story about her recent Journal of Management study of teams that use virtual communications and their effectiveness in the workplace. Perry, who coauthored the study with a team of researchers, including Emily Hunter, Ph.D., associate professor of management at Baylor, said, “Under the conditions of higher virtuality, you need people to hold you accountable to prevent the virtuality from letting you stray or loaf.”
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Hankamer School of Business Programs Ranked in U.S. News 2017 Best Graduate Schools Rankings
[3/17/2016]
Baylor University graduate programs in law, business, nursing and health disciplines, education, engineering, the sciences and social sciences and humanities were among those nationally ranked in the 2017 U.S. News Best Graduate Schools rankings.
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Attention, Workplace Slackers! New Work-Family Research Shows How Team Makeup, ‘Virtuality’ Affect Social Loafing
[3/14/2016]
Study reveals which team combinations work best via virtual communication
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Baylor’s New Venture Competition Awards $138,000 in Prizes
[3/4/2016]
Baylor University’s John F. Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship in the Hankamer School of Business announced winners of the fifth annual Baylor New Venture Competition.
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TREP EXPO in Addison Brings Together Leading Entrepreneurs to Showcase and Strengthen Startup Community
[3/4/2016]
Baylor University’s Department of Entrepreneurship in the Hankamer School of Business is partnering with the Town of Addison’s economic development office and the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC) for TREP EXPO 2016, an event that offers aspiring and experienced entrepreneurs information, inspiration and encouragement to launch, build and grow their businesses.
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Baylor Student-Managed Investment Fund Provides Contributions For Scholarships
[3/2/2016]
For the 13th consecutive year, Baylor University’s student-managed Philip M. Dorr Alumni & Friends Endowed Investment Fund has provided a generous financial contribution for student scholarships. A check in the amount of $180,000 was presented to Baylor Athletics at halftime of the Feb. 29 fourth-ranked Baylor women’s basketball game vs. Texas.
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