Scholarly Activity

Daniel, Teresa A. (2013, March). A Dangerous Crossroad: Executive Success and the Increased Potential for Ethical Failure

MacLennan, H. (2012). Conflicting perspectives on the government mandate for the use of electronic on-board recording devices in commerical motor vehicles: A case study. Journal of Transportation Management, 23(2), 47-55.


Boettcher, Gary (2012, March). Managing conflict styles using core emotions. Paper presented at the conference of the Virginia Mediation Network, Richmond VA.


Hafford, Patrick (2012, April). Doctorally qualified: Comparing D.B.A. and business Ph.D. programs and faculty degrees. Paper presented at the conference of the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education, Kansas City, MO.

Hafford, Patrick (2012, June). Engaging undergraduate students in a gen ed course through project-based learning. Presented at the 2012 Polytechnic Summitt, Marietta GA.


Lesko, Ashley (2012, May). Employer-acceptance influence on university competitive strategy regarding online distance education. Paper presented at the conference of the Eastern Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.


MacLennan, Helen (2012, April). Doctorally qualified: Comparing D.B.A. and business Ph.D. programs and faculty degrees. Paper presented at the conference of the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education, Kansas City, MO.


McClendon, Laura (2012, May). For better or for worse: Customer-oriented firms during a disruptive technology event. Paper presented at the conference of the Eastern Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA.


Moran Kenneth (2012, April). Doctorally Qualified: Comparing D.B.A. and business Ph.D. programs and faculty degrees. Paper presented at the conference of the International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education, Kansas City, MO.


Suklun, Harika (2012, August). Doctorally Qualified: Is It Time to Go Home? Brain Gain to Brain Drain: Immigrant-Driven Diversity. Paper presented at the Midwest Academy of Management, Chicago, IL.


Johnson, Jeffrey. Mitchell, Robert. Raymond, Robert (2012, December). A Study of Graduate Managerial Economics Course Outcomes Across Delivery Format: Does Delivery Method Matter?