Faculty Newsbreakers

Faculty Newsbreakers

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John Aland, PhD, CPA, assistant professor of accounting, presented his paper “Exploring the Knowledge Gaps of Crowdfunding Firms: A Survey of Crowdfunding Firms and Auditors” at the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting.

Michael Coyne, PhD, associate professor of accounting, Joan Lee, PhD, professor of accounting, and Stanislav Vavilov, PhD, assistant professor of management all presented papers at the joint meeting of the International Association of Jesuit Business Schools and Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education, which was held at Georgetown University. Dean Zhan Li also participated in the meeting.

Gru Han, PhD, assistant professor of the practice in international business, had the research paper "The Financialization of Non-Financial Firms: The Case of South Korea 1997–2015" published in Current Sociology.

Joan Lee, PhD, professor of accounting, had the research paper, “How the Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm Informed Pandemic Teaching” published in the Journal of Jesuit Business Education.

Lisa Mainiero, PhD, professor of management, with colleagues Sean Horan and Rebecca Chory, had a recent publication, “Workplace Romance and Career Reputation Effects Across Industries,” in the International Journal of Business Communication. Also with a colleague and doctoral student Jennifer Knowles, she published, “Authentic Talent Development in Women Leaders Who Opted Out: Discovering Authenticity, Balance, and Challenge Through the Kaleidoscope Career Model” in the Journal of Administrative Sciences.

Nomalia Manna, PhD, assistant professor of finance, presented her paper “Corporate Investments in Startups: CVC Unit vs. Direct Investment” at the Southern Finance Association Annual Meeting.

Philip Maymin, PhD, associate professor of analytics and MSBA program director, had his co-authored paper “The Fatigue Illusion: The Physical Effects of Mindlessness” accepted for publication in the Nature Journal Humanities and Social Sciences Communications.

Iman Naderi, PhD, associate professor of marketing, presented his paper "Does Power Make Consumers Green(er)?" at the 28th Recent Advances in Retailing and Consumer Science Conference.

David Schmidt, PhD, associate professor of management and director, of the Waide Center for Applied Ethics, led two ethics workshops for the American Banker Association Stonier Graduate School of Banking.

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