Haworth College of Business News

Private: PRISM April Faculty/Staff Accolades – May

The Haworth College of Business held its Second Annual
Awards Ceremony and Reception in April. The following
awards were presented by Dr. Kay Palan, dean.
Faculty Service Award – Dr. Karen Lancendorfer, associate professor of marketing Faculty Research Award -  Dr. Inayat Mangla, professor of finance
Faculty Teaching Award – Dr. Tim Palmer, professor of management
Superior Staff Award – Kim Crandall, office assistant, Vicki Patterson, office assistant   and Cathy Pietras, office assistant;
Spirit Staff Award -Val Juergens, communications coordinator, Stacey Markin, alumni relations officer and Cindy Wagner, manager of electronic communications.

Dr. Chris Stamper
, associate dean for undergraduate programs, and Dr. Timothy Palmer, professor of management, presented “Strategies for Faculty Engagement: Driving Culture Change  through a College-wide Assessment Retreat” at the AACSB Assessment Conference in Houston, Texas in March.

Dr. Dan Farrell
, professor of management, coauthored “Patterns of Political Behavior” with Dr. James Petersen, (University of North Carolina-Greensboro and formerly of WMU) for the forthcoming Encyclopedia of Management Theory.  He was asked to be a contributor because of an article published from Academy of Management Review which has been cited over 150 times, one third of the citings involved studies of whistle-blowing. Other contributors in the edition include some of the best-known people in the field of management including Amatai Etzoni and David Whetten.

Dr. Bernard Han, professor of BIS, and Dr. Sharie Falan (College of Health and Human Services) co-authored a research paper titled “Did We Interpret the Same Thing?” The paper was accepted and will appear in International Journal of Nursing Knowledge.

Dr. Bernard Han, professor of BIS, and Dr. Sharie Falan (College of Health and Human Services) co-edited a special issue of International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informaticsin which a refereed commentary paper titled“Integrating Health Information Technology with Relationship-centered Care: A New Move in Health Care”  will be published.

Dr. Roberta J. Schultz, associate professor of marketing, coauthored a paper, “The Impact of Trust in Manager on Unethical Intention and Customer-Oriented Selling,” with Charles H. Schwepker. It was accepted for publication in Journal of Business and Industrial Marketing.