2011 Faculty and Student Accomplishments
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WSJ - Economist Mark J. Perry on China's exchange rate and American prosperity.
Or read the article at Dr. Perry's blog, CARPE DIEM.
posted: December 6, 2011
Dr. Jacob Peng, Associate Professor of Account, recently delivered a keynote keynote speech at the "2011 International Business and Management Education Forum" sponsored by Taiwan's National Pingtung Institute of Commerce. The forum was well attended with over 100 scholars and graduate students in business and management. Dr. Peng's address focusing on the applications of web 2.0 technologies in education was very well received. Click here to view additional photos taken at the forum.
Dr. Peng has been with the School of Management since 2005. His research interest focuses on the behavioral impact of information technologies and how technologies affect the dissemination of accounting information. Dr. Peng's work has been published in a number of scholarly journals, including Journal of Information Systems, Review of Accounting and Finance and Accounting Perspectives.
posted: October 6, 2011
Offering offering comments on current and future inflation, unemployment, manufacturing and economic conditions, Professor Mark Perry appears on The Kudlow Report.
posted: May 25, 2011
"The Truth About U.S. Manufacturing" written by Economics Professor, Dr. Mark Perry, appeared in The Wall Street Journal on Friday, February 25, 2011. The article highlights that despite what you may see or hear in the news the U.S. still remains the world's largest manufacturer. Click here to read the complete article.
posted: February 25, 2011
Dan Lamb, a senior majoring business, created two Android phone applications ChineseFlashcards and ColorVision. Click here to read the complete article.
posted: February 24, 2011
Offering insight on whether the U.S. is in a mini-inflationary boom, Professor Mark Perry appears on The Kudlow Report February 10, 2011.
posted: February 11, 2011
Wuming Xia, an MBA-Accounting student, received a $1000 scholarship through a competitive paper contest sponsored by ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association.) ISACA is a global provider of knowledge, certifications and education on information systems (IS) assurance and security, enterprise governance of IT, and IT-related risk and compliance. Wuming's paper "How Can ISACA Better Prepare Students to Enter the IT Audit Profession" highlighted challenges for students entering the IT audit profession and ways for them to overcome those challenges. Wuming received her Bachelor of Economics degree in 2008 from East China University of Science and Technology. She serves as a research assistant to Dr. Chen doing accounting related research. Wuming also serves as treasurer of Beta Alpha Psi, a national honors fraternity for financial information professionals.
posted: February 4, 2011
Thomas Hemphill, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Strategy, Innovation and Public Policy, received recognition in the Journal of Business Ethics as a leading author in business ethics research. Kam C. Han, Hung-Gay Fun and Jot Yau conducted a study using 10 years of data (1999-2008) from 10 leading business ethics journals, examining the "global patterns of business ethics research and contributing institutions and scholars." Professor Hemphill along with Professors Herman Tavani, Daryl Koehn, Antonio Argandona and Geoff Moore "make up the top five most productive scholars in business ethics research across the globe." Hemphill had 12 articles appear in the top 10 leading journals during the 10-year span. Click here for the complete article.
posted: February 1, 2011
SOM alumni, Katrina Khouri, was honored with the 2010 ATHENA Young Professional Leadership Award presented by the Genesee Regional Chamber of Commerce. Katrina was chosen from a pool of five nominees as an emerging leader in our community. Katrina graduated from the School of Management with her BBA in Marketing and Operations Management in 2007. Read the complete article online Genesee Regional Chamber of Commerce.
posted: February 1, 2011