Kudos: January 2022
By Comms Team | 01/31/2022Tags: Accounting | Executive-Education | Finance | Health-Administration | ITOM | Management | Marketing | Newsletters
Categories: Accolades | Faculty/Staff | Research
Andrew Gallan, assistant professor of marketing and Cheryl Burke Jarvis, marketing chair, along with co-author Dr. Rakesh Niraj of Case Western Reserve, have had their paper* accepted for presentation at the 2022 Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Annual Conference to be held in California in May.
- *“Disentangling Service Reliability from Service Excellence and Assessing Their Impact on Likelihood to Recommend”
Luis Garcia-Feijoo, associate professor of finance, with co-authors, have had their paper “A Simple Robust Asset Pricing Model Under Statistical Ambiguity,” accepted for publication at Quantitative Finance (ABS 3).
Julia Higgs, professor, and Joseph Rakestraw, assistant professor, both in the School of Accounting, with co-authors, have had their paper "Gender Equity in Public Accounting: Evidence from Single Audit Partner and Director Engagement Leaders," accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting and Public Policy (ABS 3 and on the SOA Preferred Journal list).
Melanie Lorenz, assistant professor of marketing, with co-authors, have had their paper “Global Trends in Hospitality,” accepted for publication in Journal of Business Research (AJG3).
Alan Whiteman, instructor of health administration:
- With co-authors, virtually presented their paper “The New Normal: Business Education for Medical Students and Practicing Physicians,” at the twenty-second International Conference on Knowledge, Culture, and Change in Organizations, at The University of Auckland in New Zealand.
- With co-authors, have had their paper “The New Normal: Business Education for Medical Students and Practicing Physicians,” accepted for publication in The Journal of Medical Practice Management, Nov./Dec. 2021.
- With co-authors, have had their paper “COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance Among the General Public in the United States,” accepted for publication in Medical Practice Management.
- With co-authors, have had their paper “The Impact of COVID-19 on Completion of Advance Directives in Healthcare Workers in the United States,” accepted for publication in Medical Practice Management, Nov./Dec. 2021.
Eileen Acello, instructor of marketing, mentored a new group of FAU American Marketing Association (AMA) students through the AMA National Student Case Competition in the fall – results have yet to be announced for that particular competition.
- The AMA Case Competition team submitted the research they conducted for this project to the competitive Florida Undergraduate Research Conference and have had it accepted for presentation! They will be participating in the state-wide event, which will be held this year in February at the University of Central Florida in Orlando.
Tamara Dinev, professor and chair of ITOM, with co-authors, won the inaugural MISQ (Management Information Systems Quarterly) Impact Award. The award honors a research paper published one decade earlier that was (a) deemed to have the most significant and sustained scholarly impact and (b) a real or potential impact beyond academia.
Luis Garcia-Feijoo, associate professor of finance, has been appointed managing editor (Interim) at Financial Analysts Journal, the top practitioner-oriented journal in finance.
Rudy Molinet, adjunct professor of health administration and longtime healthcare executive, has been appointed to the Board of Directors at Holy Cross Health in Fort Lauderdale.
Professor and Associate Dean Siri Terjesen has been named as a Justin G. Longenecker Fellow, the highest honor given by the United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE) to those who promote small and medium-sized businesses.