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Business faculty pen article that advocates alternative to costly textbooks

Monday February 11, 2019Roger Coda

Two faculty members in the School of Business, Drs. Reneta Barneva and Lisa Walters, have co-written “Integrating Open Educational Resources into Undergraduate Business Courses,” an article that proposes an alternative to traditional business textbooks, published by Sage Journal of Instructional Technology Systems.

History professor organizes international conference in Shanghai

Monday January 28, 2019Roger Coda

Xin Fan, assistant professor of History, received funding support and organized an international workshop on case studies and historical theories in Shanghai, China, on Dec. 19 and 20, 2018. The effort was part of his appointment as a fellow at the International Center for Studies of Chinese Civilization at Fudan University during the summer of 2018.

McFall co-authors articles that examine ‘emerging adulthood’ concept

Tuesday January 22, 2019Roger Coda

Department of Psychology Associate Professor Joseph McFall and five co-authors had two papers published in the journal Emerging Adulthood and a dataset published in the Journal of Open Psychology Data. Their project resulted from a national collaborative project to advance the understanding of the concept of “emerging adulthood.”

McNamara pens experiential learning article in business education journal

Thursday January 17, 2019Roger Coda

Results of a study of an innovative instructional approach to teaching organizational behavior are detailed in a paper, co-written by Management professor Dr. Susan McNamara and her daughter, Anne McNamara, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Pittsburgh. Their article will appear in the winter issue of the online Journal of Education for Business.

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