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Jabot named to NASA data advisory panel

Tuesday April 2, 2019by Roger Coda

Michael Jabot, professor of Science Education at the State University of New York at Fredonia, has been named to the National NASA Data Advisory Board. Dr. Jabot’s role will be to help guide the dissemination and use of NASA satellite projects to inform educational uses. This work expands the role that Jabot has played with NASA and the GLOBE Program.

Nickerson gives talk on AI impact on financial environment

Tuesday March 26, 2019by Roger Coda

Mark A. Nickerson, lecturer in the School of Business, gave a presentation, “The Potential Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Accounting and Financial Scandals,” to faculty members on March 21 in Thompson Hall. The talk was based on an article he wrote which will be published in the magazine “Strategic Finance.”

Business faculty co-author, present paper at NABET conference 

Tuesday March 19, 2019by Roger Coda

Department of Business Administration faculty members, Interim Chair Linda Hall, Assistant Professor Lisa Walters and Mark Nickerson, lecturer, presented a paper, “Improving the 1040 Process through the Application of Lean Principles: A Case Study," at the Northeastern Association of Business, Economics and Technology conference held last November in State College, Pa.

Dahlgren pens ‘Ivory Tower Misfits’ chapter in newly published ‘Cinema U’

Monday March 4, 2019Roger Coda

Robert L. Dahlgren, associate professor and chair of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, welcomed publication of "Ivory Tower Misfits: The Images of College Professors in Hollywood Films,” a chapter he wrote in the newly published volume "Cinema U: Representations of Higher Education in Popular Film," by Fourth Horseman Press.

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.