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Faculty Research Wins Conference Competitive Paper Award

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“Effects of Social Styles on Student Attitudes About Team Projects: Changes Between 2005-2007 and 2017,” a paper co-authored and co-presented by Katrin Harich, professor of marketing, was named the Competitive Paper Winner at the Marketing Educators’ Association 2018 annual conference.

Other marketing faculty participants at the Santa Fe, New Mexico, conference were:

  • Neil Granitz, professor, delivered “The Roles of Marketing Faculty and Students: Expectations of Marketing Students” and with Chiranjeev Kohli, professor, gave the paper “Reality Check: Assessing the Value of Simulations in Marketing Curriculum,” and
  • lecturers Christopher Kondo and Olga Di Franco, who were session chairs, and with Susan Cadwallader, professor, presented “Marketing: The ‘Rebound’ Major.”

Communication sciences and disorders faculty members were among the presenters at the recent California Speech-Language-Hearing Association convention in Sacramento. Among the presentations:

  • Terry Saenz and HyeKyeung Seung, professors, co-authored and presented “CSHA’s Diversity Committee: Matters of Multilingualism, Multiculturalism and Inclusion”;
  • Seung also co-authored and delivered “Supporting Asian Parents/Caregivers in the Identification, Assessment, Planning and Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders”;
  • SallyAnn Giess, lecturer, was a co-author and presenter of “The Educational Impact of Language Learning Disabilities: Identification, Goal Writing and Curriculum-Based Instruction”;
  • Diane Collins, lecturer, co-authored and delivered “Let’s Collaborate-CSHA’s Interprofessional Relationships With Our National and State-Related Organizations”; and
  • Elisabeth Alvarado, senior communication sciences and disorders major, authored and presented “Native American Populations and Speech-Language Pathologists: Knowledge, Perceptions and Therapy Usage.”