Faculty and students present papers at MBBA international conference
Six faculty members and four undergraduate students from the James F. Dicke College of Busienss Administration presented papers at the MBAA International conference Feb. 27-March 1 in Chicago, Ill.
Dexter R. Woods, professor of business administration, presented "What's your QM IQ? Evaluating Online and Blended Legal Studies Using the Quality Matters Rubric."
David M. Savino, associate professor of management, presented "The DREAM Act and the Reality of Setting an Informed Agenda for Immigration."
David M. Savino and Meshayla Moyer, a senior in management from New Washington, Ohio, presented "The Role of the Kinesthetic Learning Style and Prompted Responses in Teaching Management Courses."
Michele A. Govekar, professor of management, and Paul L. Govekar, associate professor of management, presented "The Rigorous Triangle for Management Teaching and Learning."
Alexandria Beehler-Evans, a junior in accounting from Bellefontaine, Ohio, Kirsten Fultz, a junior in accounting from Bellefontaine, Ohio, and Susan M.B. Schertzer, assistant professor of marketing, presented "Really? The Surprising Response to Customer Complaints."
Andrew A. Bashore, a senior in accounting from Van Wert, Ohio, and Matthew A. Phillips, assistant professor of accounting, presented "A Business Pedagogy Practicum for Teaching Auditing."
Savino fulfilled duties as President of North American Management Society while both Drs. Govekar acted as executive board members of North American Management Society, and Dr. Paul Govekar acted as advisory board member of MBAA International.