Wisenden publishes review paper in Diversity

Brian Wisenden, Biosciences Department, published a review paper in a special issue of the journal Diversity. The special issue is entitled “Predators as Agents of Selection and Diversification.” The review article summarizes 21 years of research at MSUM on the evolution of antipredator competence in larval convict cichlids that involved field work with MSUM undergraduates in Costa Rican streams and […]

MSUM professors’ paper accepted for presentation at international conference

A co-authored paper, “Distance Makes the Heart Grow Fonder: Searching Combinatorial Potential through Knowledge Networks”, by Dr. Siwei Zhu, Dr. Gokce Serdar, and Dr. Xiang Gao from Paseka School of Business has been accepted for presentation at MBAA International 2020 Conference in Chicago. Under the circumstances, the paper would be published in the conference proceeding without in-person presentation.

Drs. An, Kim’s coauthored paper awarded best track paper at 2019 Atlantic Marketing Association Conference

Dr. Hyun Sang An and Dr. Wooyang Kim, Paseka School of Business, received the best abstract paper in Culture, Identity, and Ethnicity Marketing track at the Atlantic Marketing Association Conference, Asheville, NC (Sep. 25-29, 2019). The title of the study is “Motivational Antecedents to Fandom and the Resultant Effects in the Foreign Contemporary Music Market.” This study applies Social Identity […]

Drs. An, Kim’s co-authored paper invited as selected research at 2019 AIB MW conference

The paper co-authored by Hyun Sang An and Wooyang Kim (Marketing, Paseka School of Business) was invited to the Paper Development Workshop (PDW) session at the 2019 Academy of International Business Midwest (AIB MW) Conference: Chicago, IL (March 27-29). Only four papers were invited in the PDW session, and this invitation was selected as high-quality research among the accepted papers […]

Dr. Zhu’s paper accepted for publication in International Journal of Innovation Management

Dr. Siwei Zhu and his colleagues from CUNY and Stevens Institute of technology had their manuscript, “Corporate Champions of Early Stage Project Proposals and the Institutionalization of Organizational Inertia,” accepted for publication in the International Journal of Innovation Management. Dr. Zhu is an Assistant Professor of Management at Paseka School of Business.