Fredonia Business faculty members co-chair NABET conference

Friday November 30, 2018Roger Coda
Dr. Linda Hall and Dr. Lisa Walters
Dr. Linda Hall (left) and Dr. Lisa Walters.

Drs. Linda Hall and Lisa Walters of the School of Business served as co-chairs of the 2018 Northeastern Association of Business, Economics and Technology Conference, held Nov. 1 and 2, in State College, Pa.

The conference serves as a platform for the presentation of papers devoted to new research as well as a discussion forum for current issues in business, economics and internet technology.

Papers by the following Fredonia faculty members were presented at the conference:

  • Dr. Julie Fitzpatrick and Mark Nickerson, “The Finances Surrounding, Starting, Operating and Existing a Small Business – A Pedagogical Case Study.”
  • Mr. Nickerson and Dr. Hall, “Improving the 1040 Process through the Application of Lean Principles: A Case Study.”
  • John Olsavsky, “Development of a Periodic Table of Elements for Accounting, Version 5.”
  • Drs. Walters and Reneta Barneva and Jennifer Cameron, “Building Statistical Understanding through Progressive Coursework and Project-Based Learning.”

The Northeastern Association of Business, Economics and Technology was founded as the Association of Pennsylvania University Business and Economics Faculty by economics professors at the 14 state-owned universities that comprise the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. It was its 41st annual conference.

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