Dr. Eduardo Pablo’s research paper titled “The Effect of Ownership Concentration and Composition on Dividends: Evidence from Latin America” has been accepted for publication in Emerging Markets Review. According to Cabell’s, the Emerging Markets Review journal has a significant influence in economics and finance and high influence in international finance. Pablo is assistant professor of finance at the Paseka School of Business. The paper is co-authored by Maximiliano González at Inalde (Colombia), Carlos Molina at IESA (Venezuela), and John Rosso at UPTC (Colombia).
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Pam McGee was invited by the Project Management Institute, a globally recognized project management institute, along with 15 other faculty across the globe, to help design Global Curriculum for Project Leadership classes that will used worldwide as part of the PMIteach initiative. Read the rest of this entry →
Dr. Thomas Hanson, assistant professor of finance in the Paseka School of Business, had an article published in the latest issue of the Review of Accounting and Finance. The article examines high frequency trading in a simulated stock market and the impact on volatility, liquidity and profitability. Read the rest of this entry →
Dr. Mike Coquyt, Educational Leadership Graduate Program, STL, co-authored a book, “The Leader Within: Understanding and Empowering Teacher Leaders,” along with Dr. Brian Creasman. Creasman is an adjunct professor at Concordia University in Portland, Ore. Read the rest of this entry →
A new study by NDSU and MSUM researchers has taken a close look at how well coaches are trained for emergency situations.
Sudden cardiac death is a leading cause of death among amateur and recreational athletes and has been linked to the lack of bystander intervention. So, the critical question is: Do coaches know how to give proper emergency aid? Read the rest of this entry →
Dr. Thomas Hanson, Assistant Professor of Finance, recently published a coauthored book titled “Quantitative Research Methods in Translation and Interpreting Studies.” Read the rest of this entry →
Terrie Manno (SPA Music Department) presented two papers at the International Society of Music Education conference in Glasgow, Scotland. Her recent work on the neurological processes of learning and performing music resulted in a presentation with Dr. Michael Dean (Oklahoma Baptist University) titled Strengthening Mental Focus. Read the rest of this entry →
Dr. Erin Gillett, professor, School of Teaching and Learning, had an entry published in the SAGE Encyclopedia of Contemporary Early Childhood Education. The piece, “Early Literacy Development,” describes the relationship between children’s language development their burgeoning literacy development. It also identifies several experiences parents, caregivers and teachers can provide to promote early literacy development in children from birth to age five.
Brad Bachmeier’s ceramic work: “Badlands II” was selected by the Workhouse International Ceramic Exhibit Juror Jack Troy for the Workhouse Art Center’s 6th annual exhibit in Lorton, Va. The exhibit runs Aug. 16 – Oct. 16. More information is available at: http://www.workhouseceramics.org/index.php?p=1_16_Clay-International-2016
Look Out Point, an experimental film by Kyja K-Nelson (School of Media Arts & Design), is currently screening as part of an internationally curated show, Fragmented Identities, held in Venice at the Palazzo Ca’ Zanardi and the Venice Art House from Aug. 4 through Sept. 29. Read the rest of this entry →
With his advisers (Dr. James M. Hunt and Dr. Richard A. Lancioni, Fox School of Business & Management at Temple University), Dr. Wooyang Kim, Assistant Professor in the Paseka School of Business, had a paper accepted in the Atlantic Marketing Association Conference 2016 (September 14-18, Charleston, S.C.). Read the rest of this entry →
A Faculty Development Associates team comprised of Andrew Chen, Computer Science and Information Systems; Rinita Dalan, Anthropology and Earth Sciences; Alexandria Fogarty, School of Media Arts and Design; and T. J. Hansen, Economics, Law & Politics; attended the Esri Education and User Conferences in San Diego, California June 25-29, 2016. The MSUM team members joined over 15,000 participants from academia, industry and government that participated in technical workshops, moderated paper discussions, industry-specific sessions and forums related to geospatial analysis. Read the rest of this entry →
Kari Peterson, Intramural and Club Sports Director, has been selected for induction into the Augustana Athletics Hall of Fame on Friday, Oct. 14. She played volleyball for the Vikings and was named the American Volleyball Coaches’ Association National Player of the Year in 2000. Read the rest of this entry →
John Benson, School of Teaching and Learning, traveled to Norway in June. While there, he was stayed with and was interviewed by a Norwegian high school classmate, Asle Jossang,who wrote a column about the ideas from Benson’s book, “MISSIONARY FAMILIES FIND A SENSE OF PLACE AND IDENTITY.” The column was in the July 19 edition of the Norwegian daily, Vart Land.
MSUM English professor and published poet Thom Tammaro recently came out with a new poetry collection, published by Red Dragonfly Press. “23 Poems,” currently available at Zandbroz Variety and on Amazon, is a compilation 40-some years in the making.
For more on Tammaro’s latest poetry collection, read HPR’s Särah Nour’s full article, “Read it forward, read it backward.”
Peg Potter, Psychology, recently attended a Public Policy Institute co-sponsored by The George Washington University and the National Association of School Psychologists in Washington, D.C. Read the rest of this entry →
Drs. Sue Severson and Ximena Suárez-Sousa, School of Teaching and Learning, attended the Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP)’s Site Visitor Training in Hunstville, Ala., July 23-26, 2016.
This event is part of intensive training CAEP initiated this summer and that includes a series of webinars, in-person sessions, as well as examinations. As CAEP Site Visitors, Severson and Suárez-Sousa will have a supportive role in enhancing teacher education programs’ ability to prepare highly effective P-12 educators.
Tim Harms, Professor of Mathematics Education, presented a poster at the 2016 Noyce Summit held in Washington, D.C., July 20-22. Read the rest of this entry →
Steve Lindaas, Physics and Astronomy, attended the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) summer conference last week. He presented a workshop, “Demo Kit in a Box: Mechanics,” gave an invited talk, “Deepening Understanding by Implementing (Simple) Systems Modeling,” contributed a talk, “Adding Arduinos to a traditional Analog Electronics course,” to the “Ardiuno, Teensy, FPGA’s et al.” session and participated in the annual Demo Show. Read the rest of this entry →
Look Out Point, an experimental film by Kyja K-Nelson (School of Media Arts & Design), recently screened as part of two curated programs in Rome, Italy. K-Nelson’s film is currently screening at the Experimental Art, Architecture and Design Festival at the BAU International Academy of Rome. In addition, K-Nelson’s film was part of an exhibition at the Worldhotel Ripa Roma called Oxygen, a contemporary video art and performing art festival, curated to explore the re-appropriation of the natural world to give new interpretations to psychical and physical places that transform our lives. Read the rest of this entry →