Dr. David Banner, Dr. Teresa M. Lao, and Dr. Thea Singer, faculty members in the School of Management, and Dr. Linda Moerschell ’09, a Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences (now Ph.D. in Management) graduate, co-authored “Complexity Change Theory: Improvisational Leadership for Complex and Chaotic Environments” in the Leadership & Organizational Management Journal (Vol. 2013, Issue 1).
Dr. Kevin D. Gazzara, a faculty member in the School of Management, co-authored “The Power of Experiential Learning” in The Jerusalem Post on March 26 to discuss how he has changed his teaching approach at the Ohalo College of Education in Israel. Instead of offering traditional lectures, Dr. Gazzara provides a sequence of self-assessments, leadership simulations, and activities to engage his students.
Dr. Roger Mayer, a faculty member in the School of Management, presented in March about the quality, cost, and ownership of urban hospitals in the United States at the American Accounting Association Public Interest Section Midyear Meeting in New Orleans, La.
Dr. Aqueil Ahmad, a faculty member in the School of Management, published “Redefining Globalization” in the Journal of Globalization Studies (Vol. 3, Issue 2).
Dr. Annie Shibata, a faculty member in the School of Management, published a chapter in Conversations About Adult Learning in Our Complex World (Information Age Publishing, 2012) about faculty development for interculturally transformative education.
Dr. James Goes, a faculty member in the School of Management, was recently awarded a 2012–13 Fulbright Fellowship. He will serve as a visiting scholar at the University of Pune in Maharashtra, India, from January to April 2013. In this role, he will teach business strategy and organizational theory, work with doctoral students, and collaborate with faculty on research initiatives. Dr. Goes and Dr. Marilyn Simon, a faculty member in The Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership, also recently published the next edition of Dissertation and Scholarly Research: Recipes for Success (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012), a comprehensive, user-friendly text that explains clearly how scholarly research is created, evaluated, and disseminated.
Dr. Richard Schuttler ’98, a faculty member in the School of Management and a Ph.D. in Applied Management and Decision Sciences (now Ph.D. in Management) graduate, co-authored Everyday Leader Heroes: 10 Leadership Characteristics in Everyday People (Caboodle Marketing, 2012).
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