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July 20, 2018

Publications

Dr. Claudio Alvarez, assistant professor, authored “Branding Consumer Well-Being and Motivating Prosocial Consumption” accepted for publication by Nova Publishers, December 2017, with co-author Remi Trudel.
Deborah Armstrong published “The Advancement and Persistence of Women in the Information Technology Profession: An Investigation of Ahuja’s Model” in Information Systems Journal, December 2017, with co-authors Dr. Cindy Riemenschneider, professor, associate dean for Faculty Research, and holder of Helen Ligon Professorship in Information Systems, and Laurie Giddens.
Deborah Armstrong published “Mitigating Turnover Intentions: Are all IT Workers Warriors?” in AIS Transactions on Replication Research, December 2017, with co-authors Dr. Cindy Riemenschneider,professor, associate dean for Faculty Research, and holder of Helen Ligon Professorship in Information Systems, Mari Buche & Ken Armstrong.
Ola Awe published “Outsourcing and Firm Performance: A Meta-Analysis (Conditional acceptance with minor revisions)” in Journal of Strategy And Management, January 2018, with co-authors Dr. Nisha Kulangara, assistant professor, and Demetria Henderson.
Dr. Jane Baldwin published “FASB Simplifies the Test for Goodwill Impairment” in Today’s CPA, November 2017.
Hind Benbya published “Harnessing Employee Innovation in Idea Management Platforms: Lessons from Allianz UK” in MIS Quarterly Executive, November 2017, with co-author Dr. Dorothy Leidner, professor, director of the Baylor Center for Knowledge Management, and holder of the Randall W. and Sarah Ferguson Professorship.
Dr. Stephanie C. Boddie, assistant professor of Church and Community Ministries, published “Parent and Youth Perceptions of Social and Environmental Influences on Children’s Asthma: Using Community-Based Participatory Research in a Distressed Urban Neighborhood.” in Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education and Action, Vol. 11, Issue 4, p. 333-345, Winter 2017, with co-authors Dr. Michael Yonas, Dr. Anita Zuberi, Anna Kasunic, Dr. Patricia Bamwine, Dr. Shannon Tharp-Gilliam and Dr. John M. Wallace.
Russ Browder published “Building an Innovation Pipeline on a Big Data Platform: The Case of a Corporate Entrepreneurship Intermediary,” by Academy of Management, December 2017, with co-authors Anna Long, entrepreneurship doctoral candidate, James Hernandez, information systems doctoral candidate, & Dr. Hope Koch, associate professor of Information Systems and holder of the Godfrey Sulilvan Endowed Professorship.
Yoo-Mi Chin, assistant professor, published “Disease Risk and Fertility: Evidence from the HIV/AIDS Pandemic” in Journal of Population Economics, October 2017, with co-author Nicholas Wilson.
Andrew Corbett published “The Attitudes, Behaviors, and Cognition of Entrepreneurs: Rebels with a Cause” in International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research, January 2018, with co-authors Rob Mitchell, Lois Shelton, and Dr. Matthew Wood, associate professor.
Dr. Meredith David, assistant professor, published “I Love the Product but Will You? The Role of Interpersonal Attachment Styles in Social Projection” in Psychology & Marketing, December 2017.
Dr. Gerard De Leoz published “Considering the Social Impacts of Artifacts in Information Systems Design Science Research” in European Journal of Information Systems, December 2017 with co-author Dr. Stacie Petter, associate professor.
Dr. Kristi Feutz, associate clinical professor, DNP Program Director, FNP Program Coordinator, published “Implementing an Evidence-Based Outpatient Program to Reduce Postpartum Weight Retention” in Nursing for Women’s Health, Vol. 21, Issue 4, p. 284-295, August 4, 2017, with co-author Dr. Amelia Polheber, Loyola University Chicago.
Ellen Hampton Filgo, assistant director for Research & Engagement, University Libraries, published “Reframing Pinterest: Information literacy for interior design students” in Internet Reference Services Quarterly, Vol. 22, Issue 2-3, p. 107-121, 2017, with co-author Megan Martinsen, Georgetown University.
Dr. Carie Ford, clinical professor of accounting, published “Are Non-professional Investors’ Attitudes Towards Earnings Management Consistent with their Investing Behavior?” in Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research, October 2017, with co-authors Dr. Bradley Lail, Associate Professor of Accounting and Chair of Accounting & Business Law, and Dr. Velina Popova, Kennesaw State University.
Dr. Shelby L. Garner, assistant professor, published “Smartphone accessibility and mHealth use in a limited resource setting” in International Journal of Nursing Practice, Vol. 24, p. e12609, Feb. 2, 2018, with co-authors Dr. Tanya Sudia, Associate Dean of Research, and Dr. S. Rachaprolu, Bangalore Baptist Hospital.
Dr. James Garven, professor and holder of the Frank S. Groner Memorial Chair in Finance, published “On the Corporate Demand for Insurance: Evidence from the Global Reinsurance Market” in Risk Management and Insurance Review, December 2017, with co-authors Muhammed Altuntas and Jannes Rauch.
Dr. Kaylee Hackney, assistant professor, authored “Examining the role of pregnancy in work organizations: Implications for the well-being of the mother and baby” accepted for publication by Emerald Group Publishing, January 2018, with co-author Pamela Perrewã.
Dr. Kaylee Hackney, assistant professor, published “A review of abusive behaviors at work: The development of a process model for studying abuse” in Organizational Psychology Review,November 2017, with co-author Pamela Perrewã.
Dr. Leslie A. Hahner, associate professor, published To Become An American: Immigrants and Americanization Campaigns of the Early Twentieth Century, 2017.
Dr. KyongJi Han, assistant professor, published “Differential impact of short-term and long-term group incentives” in Employee Relations, December 2017, with co-author Andrea Kim.
Dr. Marie Hastings-Tolsma, professor, published “Measuring dimensions of social climate among South African higher education students” in Journal of Psychology in Africa, Vol. 27, pp. 511-514, 2017, with co-authors Dr. Chris Myburgh, University of Johannesburg, South Africa, and Dr Marie Poggenpoel, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.
Dr. Marie Hastings-Tolsma, professor, published “Nurse-midwives on the front lines: Serving the rural and medically underserved” in Journal of Nursing & Patient Care, Vol. 2, Issue 2, p. 2017, 2017, with co-authors Dr. Elisa Patterson, Kaiser Permanente, Dr. Kathleen Dunemn, University of Northern Colorado, Tiffany J Callahan, University of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus, Dr. Tanya Tanner, Frontier University, Dr. Jessica Anderson, University of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus, and Dr. Jennifer Hensley, University of Texas - Austin.
Dr. Marie Hastings-Tolsma, professor, published “Birth Stories from South Africa: Voices Unheard” in Women and Birth, 2017, with co-authors Dr. Anna G.W. Nolte, University of Johannesburg, South Africa, and Dr. Annie Temane, University of Johannesburg, South Africa.
Dr. Marie Hastings-Tolsma, professor, published “Implementation of Robert’s Coping with Labor Algorithm© in a Large Tertiary Care Facility in the USA: A Quality Improvement Program” in Midwifery, Vol. 50, p. 208-218, 2017, with co-authors Dr. Esther Fairchild, Parkland Health & Hospital System, Dr. Lisa Roberts, University of Utah, Karen Zelman, Parkland Health & Hospital System, and Dr. Shelley Michelli, Baylor Scott White Health System.
Kathy Hillman, associate professor and director of Baptist Collections and Library Advancement, published “Where Do I Find Jesus? by Sheila Walsh and illustrated by Sarah Horne (B&H Kids, 2017)” (Book Review) in Baptist Standard Digital Edition, Vol. 130, Issue 1, January 4, 2018.
Kathy Hillman, associate professor and director of Baptist Collections and Library Advancement, published “Hiding in the Hallway: Anchoring Yourself as an MK by Jeanne Harrison (New Hope, 2017)” (Book Review) in Baptist Standard Digital Edition, Vol. 130, Issue 1, January 4, 2018.
Kathy Hillman, associate professor and director of Baptist Collections and Library Advancement, published “Imaginative Prayer: A Yearlong Guide for Your Child’s Spiritual Formation by Jared Patrick Boyd (IVP Books, 2017)” (Book Review) in Baptist Standard Digital Edition, Vol. 129, Issue 50, December 21, 2017.
Kathy Hillman, associate professor and director of Baptist Collections and Library Advancement, published “Twas the Evening of Christmas by Glenys Nellist, illustrated by Elena Selivanova (Zondervan, 2017)” (Book Review) in Baptist Standard Digital Edition, Vol. 129, Issue 50, December 21, 2017.
Kathy Hillman, associate professor and director of Baptist Collections and Library Advancement, published “God Gave Us Family by Lisa Tawn Bergren, illustrated by David Hohn” (Book Review) in Baptist Standard Digital Edition, Vol. 129, Issue 48, December 7, 2017.
Kathy R. Hillman, associate professor and director of Baptist Collections and Library Advancement, published “God’s Big Plans for Me: Storybook Bible by Rick Warren” (Book Review) in Baptist Standard Digital Edition, Vol. 130, Issue 8, February 22, 2018.
Dr. Christina Iluzada, clinical assistant professor, published “Student Interviews and Presentations on Writing in Their Fields” in Business & Professional Communication Quarterly, December 2017.
Iris Junglas published “Shared Responsibility and Blurring Boundaries: Strategic Implications of the Sharing Economy” in MIS Quarterly Executive, November 2017, with co-authors Dr. Hope Koch, associate professor and holder of the Godfrey Sullivan Endowed Professorship, Arun Sundarararjan, and Ping Wang.
Andrea Kim published “A Cross Level Investigation on the Linkage between Job Satisfaction and Voluntary Workplace Green Behavior” in Journal of Business Ethics, January 2018, with co-authors Youngsang Kim and Dr. KyongJi Han, assistant professor.
Eva Kipnis authored “Cultural Identity and Adaptation in Global Marketplaces: Methodological, Conceptual, and Empirical Evidence” accepted for publication by Academy of Marketing Science, January 2018, with co-authors Catherine Demangeot and Dr. Chris Pullig,professor and chair.
Dr. Hope Koch, associate professor and holder of the Godfrey Sullivan Endowed Professorship, authored “Making Analytics Pay” accepted for publication by Society for Information Management, January 2018, with co-authors Khalid AlMdallal, Peter Leestma, Uchenna Peters, Eric Villafranca and Kevin Koch.
Dr. Bradley Lail, associate professor of accounting and chair of Accounting & Business Law, published “Are Non-professional Investors’ Attitudes toward Earnings Management Consistent with their Investing Behavior” in Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research, October 2017 with co-authors Dr. Carie Ford, clinical professor of Accounting, and Dr. Velina Popova, Kennesaw State University.
Dr. Timothy McKinney, professor of Music Theory; director, Academic Studies Division, published ““A Tale of Two Critics; or, A Wolf at the Door: Recovering a Critical Dialogue between Eduard Hanslick and Hugo Wolf”” in Journal of Music Criticism, Vol. 1, Issue 1, p. 73-102, 2017.
David Miller published “Development of The Integration Profile (TIP) Faith and Work Integration Scale” in Journal of Business Ethics, December 2017, with co-authors Timothy Ewest and Dr. Mitchell Neubert, professor and holder of The Hazel and Harry Chavane Chair of Christian Ethics in Business.
Dr. Marlene Neill, assistant professor, published “Journal of Media Ethics” in The Use of Influence Tactics by Senior Public Relations Executives to Provide Ethics Counsel, January 2018, with co-author Amy Barnes, University of Arkansas-Little Rock.
Dr. Marlene Neill, assistant professor, published “Paid, Earned, Shared and Owned Media From the Perspective of Advertising and Public Relations Agencies: Comparing China and the United States” in International Journal of Strategic Communication, January 2018, with co-authors Dr. Quan Xie, Bradley University, and Dr. Erin Schauster, University of Colorado Boulder.
Dr. Boris Nikolaev, research professor, published “Cascading Ripples: Contagion Effects of Entrepreneurial Activity on Self-Employment Attitudes and Choices in Regional Cohorts.” in Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, November 2017, with co-author Dr. Matthew Wood, associate professor of Entrepreneurship and Chair of the Department of Entrepreneurship.
Dr. Boris Nikolaev, research professor, published “Cross-Country Determinants of Early Stage Necessity and Opportunity-Motivated Entrepreneurship: Accounting for Model Uncertainty” in Journal of Small Business Management, October 2017, with co-authors Christopher Boudreaux and Dr. Leslie Palich, professor.
Dr. Patricia Norman, associate professor, published “An Exercise to Integrate Strategic and Financial Analysis” in Management Teaching Review, December 2017.
Dr. Charles North, professor and Economics department chair, authored “The Economics of Religion” accepted for publication by Templeton Press in January 2018.
Pamela Perrewã authored “Pregnancy in the workplace: The role of stigmas, discrimination, and identity management” accepted for publication by Edward Elgar Publishing in November 2017with co-authors Shanna Daniels, Dr. Kaylee Hackney, assistant professor, and Liam Maher.
Dr. Elizabeth Perry, assistant professor, published “Health literacy in adolescents with sickle cell disease.” in Journal of Pediatric Nursing, Vol. 36, p. 191-196, 2017, with co-authors Dr. Patricia Carter, The University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Heather Becker, The University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Garcia Alexandra, The University of Texas at Austin, Dr. Michael Mackert, The University of Texas at Austin, and Dr. Karen Johnson, The University of Texas at Austin.
Uchenna Peters authored “Big Data, Analytics and the Transformation of Vendor-Client Sales Cycles” accepted for publication by Academy of Management, December 2017 with co-author Dr. Hope Koch, associate professor and holder of the Godfrey Sullivan Endowed Professorship.
Dr. Matt Quade, assistant professor, published “Boundary conditions of ethical leadership: Exploring supervisor-induced and job hindrance stress as potential inhibitors” in Journal of Business Ethics, December 2017, with co-authors Dr. Sara Perry, assistant professor, and Dr. Emily Hunter,associate professor.
Dr. Marlene Mints Reed, entrepreneur in residence, published “Rwanda Trading Company: Facing a Cash Flow Crisis” in Case Research Journal, Vol. 37, Issue 3, p. 33-38, Summer 2017, with co-author Dr. Kendall Artz, Director of the Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship.
Dr. Marlene Mints Reed, entrepreneur in residence, published “Crafting a Teaching Case Study: Ideation to Publication” in The Case Journal, Vol. 14, Issue 2, March 2018, with co-authors Dr. Erica Berte, Metropolitan State University, Dr. Kay Keels, Coastal Carolina University, and Dr. Vijaya Narapareddy, University of Denver.
Dr. Marlene Mints Reed, entrepreneur in residence, authored “Crafting a Teaching Case Study: Ideation to Publication” accepted for publication by Emeral Insight Publishing Company, November 2017, with co-authors Dr. Erica Berte, Metropolitan State University, Dr. Kay Keels, Coastal Carolina University, and Dr. Vijaya Narapareddy, University of Denver.
Dr. Marlene Mints Reed, entrepreneur in residence, published “HealthSouth Rehabilitation CFO: How Can You Turn the Wagon Around?” (Case Study) in Journal of Business Ethics Education, Vol. 14, 2017, with co-author Dr. Mitchell Neubert, Chair of Christian Ethics in Business.
Dr. Marlene Mints Reed, entrepreneur in residence, authored “HealthSouth Rehabilitation CFO: How Can You Turn the Wagon Around?” (Case Study) accepted for publication in November 2017, with co-author Dr. Mitchell Neubert, Chair of Christian Ethics in Business.
Dr. Marlene Mints Reed, entrepreneur in residence, published “Fitbit, Inc. in 2017: Can It Revive Its Strategy and Reverse Mounting Losses?” (a chapter) in Essentials of Strategic Management, Vol. 6th Edition, p. 271-278, 2019, with co-author Dr. Rochelle Reed Brunson, Area Coordinator for Apparel Merchandising.
Wyatt Schrock published “On the nature of international sales and sales management research: A social network-analytic perspective” in Journal of Personal Selling & Sales Management January 2018, with co-authors Yanhui Zhao, Dr. Keith Richards, associate professor, Douglas Hughes, and Mohammad Amin.
Dr. Charles Stanley, associate professor of accounting, published “Ethics in the Accounting Profession and the Brazilian “Jetinho”: A Profit Analysis” in November 2017.
Dr. Charles Stanley, associate professor of accounting, authored “Audits of 401(k) Plans” published by Thomson-Reuters in October 2017.
Dr. Charles Thomas, professor and holder of the J. E. Bush Professorship in Accounting & Master Teacher, authored “Data Analytics: The Wave of the Future for CPAs” published by Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants in October 2017.
Dr. Jeremy E. Uecker, assistant professor of sociology, published “Conservative Protestantism and Horizontal Stratification in Education: The Case of College Selectivity” in Social Forces, Vol. 96, p. 661-690, July 14, 2017, with co-author Dr. Lisa D. Pearce, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
U.N. Umesh published “Stability of Complement and Substitute Relationships in Time Usage Among Discretionary Activities” in Journal of Consumer Behaviour: An International Research Review, January 2018, with co-author Bill Weeks, professor.
Dr. Shane Underwood, associate professor, published “The Only Fund in Town? Geographic Segmentation in the U.S. Mutual Fund Industry” in Financial Management, December 2017, with co-author J Ellis.
Dr. Marley Watkins, research professor, published “The Learning Behaviors Scale: National standardization in Trinidad and Tobago” in International Journal of School & Educational Psychology, Vol. 6, Issue 1, p. 35-49, 2018, with co-authors J. L. Chao, University of Pennsylvania, Dr. P. A. McDermott, University of Pennsylvania, Dr. A. R. Drogalis, Ohio State University, Dr. F. C. Worrell, University of California, Berkeley, and Dr. T. E. Hall, Center for Applied Special Technology.
Dr. Jay Yoo, associate professor, published “Implementation of ‘Dress for Health’ in Undergraduate Curriculum” in TAFCS Research Journal, Vol. 4, Issue 1, p. 75-76, December.
Dr. Jay Yoo, associate professor, published “A Study of the Relationships Between Tanning Methods and the Intention to Engage in Risky Appearance-Related Behaviors” in Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, Vol. 46, Issue 2, p. 160-174, December.
Dr. Jay Yoo, associate professor, published “Body-tanning behavior and its relationship to weight management and plastic surgery” in American Journal of Health Studies, Vol. 32, Issue 3, p. 156-162, December, with co-author Dr. Hye-Young Kim, University of Minnesota.
Qi Zhou published “Bayesian misclassification and propensity score methods for clustered observational studies,” co-authored by Dr. Yoo-Mi Chin, assistant professor, Dr. Joon Jin Song, associate professor, and Dr. James Stamey, professor and graduate program director, in Journal of Applied Statistics, October 2017.

Presentations

Dr. Allison Alford,clinical assistant professor in business communications, presented “Role expectations and role evaluations in daughtering: Constructing the Good Daughter” at the 103rd Annual Convention sponsored by the National Communication Association held November 2017 in Dallas, Texas.
Dr. Allison Alford, clinical assistant professor in business communications, presented “Weighed and measured: Stancetaking in baby bump posts on Instagram,” co-authored by Matthew Ingram, at the 103rd Annual Convention sponsored by the National Communication Association held November 2017 in Dallas, Texas.
Dr. Allison Alford, clinical assistant professor in business communications, presented “Emerging Pedagogical Methods: The Professional Development Program as a Relevant Addition to Business Communication Coursework at Texas State University,” co-authored by Christina Moore and Matari Jones, at the 103rd Annual Convention sponsored by the National Communication Association held November 2017 in Dallas, Texas.
Dr. Allison Alford, clinical assistant professor in business communications, presented “Adding Professional Development to Today’s Business Communication Curriculum to Better Prepare Students for Careers” at the 82nd Annual International Conference sponsored by the Association for Business Communication held October 2017 in Dublin, Ireland.
Dr. Kendall Artz, professor of entrepreneurship, director of the Baugh Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise, and holder of the Curtis J Hankamer Chair of Entrepreneurship, presented “The Mirror, Creating a More Powerful Elevator Pitch” at the United States Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship in January 2018 in Hollywood, California.
Dr. Stephanie Clintonia Boddie, assistant professor of Church and Community Ministries , presented “Urban Youth Shaping Health, Justice and Sustainability: From a Gardener’s Perspective” at Urban Affairs Association, held April 4-7, 2018 in Montreal, Canada.
Dr. Stephanie Clintonia Boddie, assistant professor of Church and Community Ministries , presented “Unfinished Business: From the Great Migration to Black Lives Matter” at Du Bois and King Symposium, held February 22-23, 2018 at Clark Atlanta University.
Dr. Steve Bradley, associate professor and the E. M. and Thelma Stevens Chair of Private Enterprise and Entrepreneurship, presented “The What, Why and How of Entrepreneurship: Local & Global Experiences from the Field” at the Entrepreneurship: Climbing the Economic Ladder sponsored by the Institute for Market Studies - Mississippi State University held October 31, 2017 in Starkville, Mississippi.
Dr. Owen Brown presented “How do nonprofessional investors respond to disclosure of Audit Quality Indicators?” at the 2018 Auditing Section Midyear Conference sponsored by the American Accounting Association held January 2018 in Portland, Oregon.
Dr. Debra Burleson, clinical associate professor, presented “Social Media and Older Adults: Understanding Cognitive Training and Social Network,” co-authored by Michael Milovich, at the 51st Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences sponsored by the HICSS held January 6, 2018 in Hawaii, Hawaii.
Dr. Elizabeth Perry Caldwell, assistant professor, presented “Health literacy in adolescents with sickle cell disease: The influence of caregiver health literacy” at 2017 American Academy on Communication in Healthcare and Health Literacy Annual Conference held October 2017 in Baltimore, Maryland.
Yoo-Mi Chin, assistant professor, presented “Backlash to Women’s Rights: the Case of South Korea” at the University of Michigan Feminist Research Seminar sponsored by the Institute for Research on Women & Gender held October 21, 2017 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Yoo-Mi Chin, assistant professor, presented “Deterrence or Backlash? Evaluating the Effects of the Domestic Violence Act in Zimbabwe” at the Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting 2017 sponsored by the The Southern Economic Association held November 18, 2017 in Tampa, Florida.
Yoo-Mi Chin, assistant professor, presented “Disease Risk and Fertility: Evidence from the HIV/AIDS Pandemic” at the Southern Economic Association Annual Meeting 2017 sponsored by the The Southern Economic Association held November 19, 2017 in Tampa, Florida.
Dr. Finley Edwards, clinical assistant professor, presented “Homeschooling, Enrichment, and Civic Engagement” at the MVEA Fifty-Fourth Annual Meeting sponsored by the Missouri Valley Economics Association held October 27, 2017 in Kansas City, Missouri.
Dr. Linda English, clinical assistant professor and director of Undergraduate Studies, Economics, presented “A New Look at Lake Wobegon: Report Bias and Student Performance in the Microeconomics Principles Course,” co-authored by Nakao Emerson and Gail Hoyt, at the Kentucky Economic Association Annual Meeting sponsored by the Kentucky Economic Association held on October 20, 2017 at Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Dr. Shelby L. Garner, assistant professor, presented “Perceived strategies to increase retention rates among nurses in India: A qualitative study,” co-authored by Dr. Lyn Prater, clinical professor, and Leena Raj, Bangalore Baptist Hospital Rebekah Ann Naylor School of Nursing, at International Council of Nurses Congress 2017 held May 2017 in Barcelona, Spain.
Dr. Van Gray, professor, director of Strategic Planning and Accreditation, and associate director of the Center for Nonprofit Studies, presented “Cooperative Learning in a USA/Zambia Setting” at the Decision Sciences Institute on November 19, 2017 in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Kaylee Hackney, assistant professor, presented “The impact of pregnancy discrimination at work on mothers’ and babies’ health” at the Southern Management Association Annual Meeting held October 2017 in St. Pete Beach, Florida.
Dr. Kaylee Hackney, assistant professor, presented “Covering stigmatized identities in organizations: The role of ego depletion and inauthenticity” with Liam Maher and Pamela Perrewã at the Southern Management Association Annual Meeting held October 2017 in St. Pete Beach, Florida.
Dr. Leslie A. Hahner, associate professor, presented “Visualizing Patriotism Through Americanization” on February 6, 2018 at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.
Dr. David Hurtt, professor, presented “Fraud and NonProfit Governance: Evidence from the Revised Form 990,” co-authored by R. Hurtt, Martha Eining, and Claire Richards at the IFP Annual Meeting sponsored by the Institute for Fraud Prevention at John Jay College held November 9, 2017 in New York City, New York.
Dr. Christina Iluzada, clinical assistant professor, presented “Shaping and Expanding Students’ Virtue: Teaching Love as the Foundation for Business Communication” at the Shaping and Expanding the Landscape of Business Communication sponsored by the Association for Business Communication held October 21, 2017 in Dublin, Ireland.
Grant Innerst presented “Accelerating Exact Conditional Inference in Discrete Exponential Family Models” with Peixin Gao and Dr. David Kahle, associate professor, at the 2017 Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) National Diversity in STEM Conference sponsored by the Society for Chicanos and Native Americans in Science held October 19, 2017 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Grant Innerst presented “MCMC Strategies to Enhance Exact Conditional Inference for Discrete Exponential Families” with Dohyun Kim, Peixin Gao and Dr. David Kahle, associate professor, at the 2017 Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) National Diversity in STEM Conference sponsored by the Society for Chicanos and Native Americans in Science held October 19, 2017 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Dr. CJ Jackson, director of Communications and Marketing, presented “Marketing and Communications at Business Schools: Benchmarking and Best Practices” at the AACSB International: Europe, Middle East and Africa Annual Conference sponsored by the AACSB International held October 16, 2017 in Valetta, Malta.
Dr. CJ Jackson, director of Communications and Marketing, presented “Marketing and Communications at Business Schools: Benchmarking and Best Practices” at the AACSB International: Asia Pacific Annual Conference sponsored by the AACSB International held October 25, 2017 in Seoul, South Korea.
Dr. Mark Kelly, assistant professor, presented “When is a Rise in the Medical Expenditure Share of GDP Desirable? The Aggregate Benefits of Medical Innovation” on November 10, 2017 at Baylor University in Waco, Texas.
Dr. Peter Klein, professor, director of the entrepreneurship Ph.D. program and holder of The W.W. Caruth Chair of Entrepreneurship presented “How Entrepreneurship Fosters Economic Growth” at the Capitalism and Society Lecture sponsored by the North Dakota State University held October 16, 2017 in Fargo, North Dakota.
Dr. Peter Klein, professor, director of the entrepreneurship Ph.D. program and holder of The W.W. Caruth Chair of Entrepreneurship presented “How Do Public Incubators Foster Entrepreneurship? The Effects of Management Practices” at the Strategic Management Society Annual Conference sponsored by the Strategic Management Society held October 28, 2017 in Houston, Texas.
Dr. Peter Klein, professor, director of the entrepreneurship Ph.D. program and holder of The W.W. Caruth Chair of Entrepreneurship presented “Stakeholders and Corporate Social Responsibility: An Ownership Perspective” at the Strategic Management Society Annual Conference sponsored by the Strategic Management Society held October 29, 2017 in Houston, Texas.
Dr. Peter Klein, professor, director of the entrepreneurship Ph.D. program and holder of The W.W. Caruth Chair of Entrepreneurship, presented “Learning About Organizational Innovation: Evidence from the US Conglomerate Merger Wave” at the University of Bath School of Management on November 8, 2017 in Bath, United Kingdom.
Dr. Peter Klein, professor, director of the entrepreneurship Ph.D. program and holder of The W.W. Caruth Chair of Entrepreneurship, presented “Learning by Seconding: Evidence from NSF Rotators” at the Bocconi University, Department of Management and Entrepreneurship on November 9, 2017 in Milan, Italy.
Dr. Peter Klein, professor, director of the entrepreneurship Ph.D. program and holder of The W.W. Caruth Chair of Entrepreneurship, presented “Learning by Seconding: Evidence from NSF Rotators” at the Norwegian School of Economics, Department of Strategy and Management on December 6, 2017 in Bergen, Norway.
Dr. Sandra Klein, part-time lecturer, presented “In Memory of Murray Rothbard” at the 35th Anniversary Conference of the Mises Institute sponsored by the Mises Institute held on October 6, 2017, in New York City, New York.
Dr. Nisha Kulangara, assistant professor, presented “Green SCOR model strategies and supplier visibility for environmental performance” with Dr. Pedro Reyes, associate professor, and Sherry Jackson at the Annual Decision Sciences Institute Conference sponsored by the Decision Sciences Institute held November 2017 in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Wilson Law, assistant professor, presented “Tackling the Curse of Dimensionality in High-dimensional Location Models: An Application to U.S. Presidential Elections” at the 2017 Southern Economic Association Annual Meetings sponsored by the Southern Economic Association held November 10, 2017 in Tampa, Florida.
Dr. Dorothy Leidner, professor, director of the Baylor Center for Knowledge Management and holder of The Randall W. and Sarah Ferguson Professorship, presented “Review and Theory Symbiosis: An Introspective Retrospective” at the International Conference on Information Systems sponsored by the JAIS Theory Workshop held December 10, 2017 in Seoul, South Korea.
Dr. Jason MacGregor, associate professor, presented “Church and Finances” on November 27, 2017 at the Baylor Office of Community Development in Waco, Texas.
Dr. Paul Mason, assistant professor, presented “Damage Control: Corporate Disclosures after Financial Misconduct,” co-authored by Alex Holcomb and Jerry Martin, at the University of Texas at Arlington Brown Bag sponsored by the University of Texas at Arlington held October 2017 in Arlington, Texas.
Dr. Paul Mason, assistant professor, presented “Financial Reporting Choices of Large Private Firms,” co-authored by Steven Utke, University of Connecticut, at the Audit Mid-year Conference sponsored by the American Accounting Association held January 2018 in Portland, Oregon.
Dr. Timothy McKinney, professor of music theory and director of Academic Studies, presented “Zarlino’s Aesthetics” at Musico perfetto: Gioseffo Zarlino: Il suo tempo, la sua opera, la sua influenza; international conference held in honor of the 500th anniversary of Zarlino’s birth held November 30, 2017 in Venice, Italy.
Dr. Blaine McCormick associate professor and chair of management department, presented “The Leader as Shepherd” at the Baylor Human Resource Management sponsored by Baylor University on November 1, 2017 in Waco, Texas.
Dr. Blaine McCormick, associate professor and chair of management department, presented “The Leader as Shepherd” at the Baylor Human Resource Management sponsored by Baylor University on November 1, 2017 in Waco, Texas.
Dr. Charles North, professor and economics department chair, presented “The Political Economy of State Religion” at the Mini-Conference on the Political Economy of Religion sponsored by the Texas A&M University Department of Political Science, held December 4, 2017 in College Station, Texas.
Dr. Ashley Otto, assistant professor, pre-sented “Spotlighting Self-Regulatory Needs: How Expectations Shape Restoration Though Resource Re-Allocation,” co-authored by Edward Hirt, at the Vice and Virtue Conference sponsored by the Society for Consumer Psychologists held January 2018.Dr. Ashley Otto, assistant professor, presented “Conceptual Advances and Practical Insights in Need for Closure Research” at the Society for Southern Social Psychologists in November 2017 in Jacksonville, Florida.
Dr. Ashley Otto, assistant professor, presented “Working Hard to Take the Easy Way Out: The Importance of Permanency in Attaining Closure,” co-authored by Joshua Clarkson and Nathaniel Martin, at the Society for Southeastern Social Psychologists in November 2017.
Dr. Ashley Otto, assistant professor, presented “The Drain of Affective Decisions,” co-authored by Joshua Clarkson and Ryan Rahinel, at the Association for Consumer Research in October 2017 in San Francisco, California.
Dr. Ashley Otto, assistant professor, presented “Improving the Efficacy of Posted Calorie Information Through the Strategic Use of Provincial Norms,” co-authored by Brennan Davis, Dr. Kirk Wakefield, professor and holder of the Edwin W. Streetman Professorship in Retail Management, Joshua Clarkson and J. Inman, at the Association for Consumer Research in October 2017 in San Francisco, California.
Dr. Lourenco Paz, associate professor, presented “The Effects of Export Destination on Labor Market Sorting” at the 2017 Southern Economic Meeting sponsored by the Southern Economic Association held November 17, 2017 in Tampa, Florida.
Dr. Lourenco Paz, associate professor, presented “An empirical assessment of tax evasion in the Brazilian origin-based VAT using interstate trade flows” at the 2017 Southern Economic Meeting sponsored by the Southern Economic Association held November 18, 2017 in Tampa, Florida.
Dr. Sara Perry, assistant professor, presented “Exploring curvilinear relationships of peer and leader relationships on employee stress, engagement, and performance,” co-authored by Melih Madanoglu and Peter Ricci, at the SMA Annual Conference sponsored by the Southern Management Association held October 2017 in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Dr. Sara Perry, assistant professor, presented “Work-family guilt and resentment as predictors of extra-role behavior and deviance,” co-authored by Yinchung Wang, at the SMA Annual Conference sponsored by the Southern Management Association held October 2017 in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Dr. Stacie Petter, associate professor, presented “Surviving Academia” with Gerhard Schwabe, Elizabeth Davidson and Jason Thatcher at the Hawai’i International Conference on System Sciences Doctoral Consortium sponsored by the Hawai’i International Conference on System Sciences held on January 2, 2018 in Waikoloa, Hawaii.
Dr. Tom Potts, professor, presented “Passing the Torch” at the Financial Planning Association on October 3, 2017.
Dr. Cindy Riemenschneider, professor, associate dean for Faculty Research and holder of Helen Ligon Professorship in Information Systems, presented “Capturing your Mission Statement, Strategic Goals and Impact Using Activity Insight,” co-authored by Dr. Van Gray, professor, director of Strategic Planning and Accreditation, and associate director of the Center for Nonprofit Studies, and Sue Garrett, senior web developer/analyst, at the Digital Measures Annual Conference sponsored by the Digital Measures held October 9, 2017 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Dr. Cindy Riemenschneider, professor, associate dean for Faculty Research and holder of Helen Ligon Professorship in Information Systems, presented “Strategic Careers in Information Systems: A Multi-Phase Study” with Deborah Armstrong at the HICSS 2018 held January 3, 2018 in Hawaii, Hawaii.
Dr. Marlene Mints Reed, entrepreneur in residence, presented “Exploring the Efficacy of the Case Method of Teaching” at ATINER Conference in Athens, Greece held December 18-21, 2017 in Athens, Greece.
Dr. Pedro Reyes, associate professor, presented “Expected distance of a unit load pick in a warehouse with scalable A/Bi/Ci/Di/E storage assignment policies,” co-authored by Trevor Hale, at the Annual Decision Sciences Institute Conference sponsored by the Decision Sciences Institute held November 2017 in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Lora Tu, clinical assistant professor, presented “Feelings or Reasons? The Impact of Power Distance Belief” at the Association of Consumer Research 2017 sponsored by the Association for Consumer Research on October 26, 2017 in San Diego, California.
Dr. Shane Underwood, associate professor, presented “The Causal Effects of Proximity on Investment: Evidence from Flight Introductions,” co-authored by Leonardo Madureira, at the Financial Management Association Annual Meeting sponsored by the Financial Management Association held October 12, 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dr. Daniel H. Williams, professor of religion, presented “The Place of Spiritual Formation in Augustine’s Thought” at Chinese Academic Consortium, held January 28-February 5, 2018 in Hong Kong, China.
Dr. Cindy Wu, associate professor, presented “We Believe in Strength: Benefits of participating at LIVESTRONG physical-activity events,” co-authored by Dr. Andrew Meyer, assistant professor, Ju-Chien Wu and John Bernhart, at the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport (NASSS) 38th Annual Conference held November 2017 in Windsor, Ontario.
Dr. Qinxi Wu, assistant professor, presented “How Valuable are FinTech Innovations? Evidence from Patent Application,” co-authored by Mark Chen and Baozhong Yang, at the PBC School of Finance sponsored by the TsingHua Univeristy in November 2017 in Beijing, China.
Dr. Qinxi Wu, assistant professor, presented “How Valuable are FinTech Innovations? Evidence from Patent Application,” co-authored by Mark Chen and Baozhong Yang, at Peking University in November 2017 in Beijing, China.
Dr. Qinxi Wu, assistant professor, presented “Manipulating Earnings for Me or for My Boss? CEO Power, CFO Career Concerns, and Financial Reporting” at the 2017 FMA annual meeting held October 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dr. Qinxi Wu, assistant professor, presented “Is Director Reputation Rewarded? New Evidence on Internal and External Labor Markets,” co-authored by Mark Chen, Hai Tran and Evgenia Zhivotova, at the FMA Annual Meeting held October 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dr. Qinxi Wu, assistant professor, presented “Is Director Reputation Rewarded? New Evidence on Internal and External Labor Markets,” co-authored by Mark Chen, Hai Tran and Evgenia Zhivotova, at the San Diego Finance Conference held October 2017 in San Diego, California.
Dr. Chris Wynveen, associate professor, presented “Overcoming barriers to pro-environmental behavior: Strategies to engage stakeholders,” co-authored by Dr. Brooklynn Wynveen, Sam Houston State University, and Dr. Steve Sutton, Atlantic Salmon Federation, at NOAA’s Social Coast Forum 2018 held February 8, 2018 in Charleston, South Carolina.

Awards/Honors

Dr. Elizabeth Perry Caldwell, assistant professor, was named one of the Dallas-Fort Worth Great One Hundred Nurses for 2018 by The DFW Great 100 Nurses, Inc.
Dr. Marie Hastings-Tolsma, professor, was appointed a second term as a visiting professor from University of Johannesburg, South Africa for 2017-2020 to enhance collaborative research and work with Ph.D. students.
Dr. Marie Hastings-Tolsma, professor, received the Excellence in Teaching Award from American College of Nurse-Midwives in May 2017 for outstanding teaching in nurse-midwifery.
Dr. Brian Marks, associate professor of piano and director of Keyboard Studies, was awarded a faculty fellowship from Faculty Fellowship Program in Israel from December 27, 2017 to January 9, 2018. He was one of 22 U.S. faculty members chosen from 160 applicants to meet with academic and social leaders in Israel.
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