KUDOS: August 2022

By Comms Team | 08/31/2022

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Faculty Kudos


  • The Department of Economics will be hosting a memorial for Sharmila Vishwasrao on Tuesday, September 27th. See this link for more information.
  • Do you have events you would like to share with students, faculty or staff across the university? Use the following link for a tutorial on Localist, the calendar app utilized by FAU.
  • FAU vs. UCF Tailgating Event - Save the Date and RSVP information.
  • A new line of communication has been launched for College of Business technology support requests. COBTechSupport@fau.edu is your go-to for any assistance you need with technology related matters. This account is monitored by our knowledgeable tech staff and is the best way to request assistance, so feel free to contact us whenever needed. This only applies to our COB faculty and staff, not Executive Education. Sent on behalf of Henry Dominguez, Director of Technology Services.

Research Kudos

Kuntal Banerjee, Associate Professor, Department of Economics, has had his paper titled, “Corrigendum to Simple preference intensity comparisons," accepted for publication in the Journal of Economic Theory. (ABS 4)

Elizabeth Goodrick, Professor, Department of Management Programs/Health Administration, with co-authors Jennifer Bagdasarian and Lee Jarvis, have had their paper titled, “Not on Skid Row: Stigma Management in Addiction Treatment Organizations,” accepted for publication in the Journal of Management Studies (ABS 4). Jennifer Bagdasarian is a present Ph.D. student in the Department of Management Programs and Lee Jarvis is a former student. 

Len Trevino, Professor, International Business, Department of Management Programs, with co-authors, have had their paper titled, "The impact of gender-role-orientations on subjective career success: A multilevel study of 36 societies,” accepted for publication in the Journal of Vocational Behavior. (ABS 4) This is also an award-winning paper: Women in the Academy of International Business, Best Paper 2021. 

Charles Yang, Associate Professor, Department of Finance, with co-authors, have had their article, “State subsidized reinsurance programs: Impacts on efficiency, premiums, and expenses of the U.S. health insurance markets," accepted for publication in European Journal of Operational Research (ABS4).