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Dr. Kathryn Jacobson and Dr. Ryan Jacobson, Department of Organizational Studies, have recently had a paper accepted for publication in Social, Psychological, and Personality Science. Their paper, 'Self-control moderates the effectiveness of influence attempts highlighting injunctive social norms,' is co-authored with C.R. Mortensen and R.B. Cialdini and will be published in an upcoming edition.
Dr. Shawn Berman, Department of Organizational Studies, has recently had a paper accepted by the Journal of Business Ethics. His paper,'Corporate Social Performance and Economic Cycles,' co-authored with Jeff Harrison, will be published in an upcoming edition.
Dr. Shawn Berman, Department of Organizational Studies, is currently serving as a Honors Distinguished Teaching Fellow for Spring 2015. As part of this appointment, all Honors Distinguished are required to give a talk. His presentation will be on April 8, at 4 pm in the Honors College Forum, located on the ground floor of the Student Health Center building . He will speak about the changing employment relationship and the challenges it presents to graduates in the 21st century. The event is open to all.
Congratulations to Dr. Xin Luo, Marketing, Information, and Decision Sciences, on the following appointments and publications:
Anderson Professors' Paper Among Top Five Downloaded
Dr. Michele Chwastiak's and Dr. Joni Young's recent paper 'Silences In Annual Reports,' published in the journal Critical Perspectives in Accounting, was recently featured as being among the top five articles downloaded from the journal's online archive.
The paper explores how social injustice is fostered and perpetrated through the implicit and explicit silencing of iniquities on the part of corporations in order to maximize profits.
Congratulations to Dr. Chwastiak and Dr. Young!
UNM Anderson Interim Dean Craig White announces that Dr. Sulemain Kassicieh has been appointed as Chair of the Department of Finance, International, Technology, and Entrepreneurship.
Dr. Kassicieh received his B.S. and M.B.A. from the University of New Mexico, and his Ph.D. from the University of Iowa. He joined the faculty of UNM Anderson in 1981. He holds the rank of Distinguished Professor, is the Endowed Chair in Economic Development, and is a past holder of professorships including the Regents’ Professorship, the Albert Franklin Black Professorship in Entrepreneurship, and the Anderson Foundation Professorship. He also oversees the annual Technology Business Plan Competition and Entrepreneurial Challenge.
UNM Anderson Interim Dean Craig White announces that Dr. Michelle Arthur has been selected as Chair of the Department of Organizational Studies.
Dr. Arthur earned her B.A. at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, her M.A. at the University of Colorado at Boulder, and her Ph.D. at the University of Illinois. She joined the faculty of the University of New Mexico in 2002. She has been a holder of the Anderson Alumni Endowed Professorship, the Albert and Mary Jane Black Professorship, the Regents’ Professorship of Management, and the Foundation Board Endowed Fellowship Congratulations to Dr. Arthur!
Doug Brown, Dean Emeritus of UNM Anderson, will be recognized for his outstanding leadership and dedication to the State of New Mexico at the 2015 Leadership New Mexico Annual Dinner on May 1, 2015. The Distinguished Leadership Award recognizes individuals who have used their leadership skills to improve the quality of life for New Mexico.
Anderson School of Management professor Dr. Robert (Xin) Luo was interviewed by KRQE-TV Investigative Reporter Matt Grubs regarding Ransomware, a type of malware which restricts access to the computer system that it infects, and demands a ransom paid to the creator of the malware in order for the restriction to be removed. Dr. Luo has published a paper on Ransomware.
As part of UNM’s Lightning Lounge Series, Dr. Dimitri Kapelianis and Dr. Manuel Montoya will be presenting their research on Ukukhothana, a form of conspicuous consumption and destruction among poor black youth in South Africa. In highly-stylized public displays, competing crews gather to flaunt and taunt, displaying luxury goods while boasting of their superiority, culminating in acts of conspicuous destruction in which the luxury products are ripped, smashed, or burned. Their research yields insights into the main features of ukukhothana as well as the drivers for engaging in this behavior.
The event takes place on Thursday, March 19th from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Faculty-Staff Club. The public is welcome.
Numbers talk to Dr. Shihong Li. An assistant professor of accounting at the Anderson Schools, Li spent several years in the world of international banking in China, where she was born, raised and received her bachelor's degree. She came to the United States to complete her formal education and is now spending time in the world of academia at the University of New Mexico. Click here to learn more about how Dr. Shihong Li explores the contrast between what people think and what the numbers say.
UNM Anderson Professional Faculty member Rebecca Rigney has been elected as the Director of Northern New Mexico College Relations for the Society for Human Resources Management. Rebecca is the Faculty Advisor for the Student Chapter of SHRM and now has greatly expanded her role with SHRM. Congratulations, Rebecca!
UNM Anderson professor Dr. Rich Brody is featured in a video series spotlighting notable UNM personnel. The video series will be broadcast at the Pit during sporting events and is now available for viewing on YouTube. In the video, Dr. Brody briefly discusses his investigation and research of red-collar crime.
Anderson's Dr. Robert (Xin) Luo has recently been appointed Associate Editor for the publications Electronic Commerce Research and International Conference on Information Systems 2015.
He has also had the following papers accepted for publication:
Inside UNM profiled Anderson's Dr. Carolyn Dang and her research. As part of her research as an assistant professor at the Anderson School of Management, Carolyn Dang is interested in how socioeconomic status influences people’s psychological makeup. She wants to know how they view the world, how they view others, how they think about themselves and how that influences their behavior. Read more about Dr. Dang's research...
Todd White, assistant professor of accounting at Anderson School of Management, explores the way market analysts behave when they don't have very much information about the companies they analyze - a behavior called herding. Herding happens more often when very little public information is published about a company. Lear more about Dr. White's research...
UNM Anderson's Dr. Manuel Montoya recently presented a talk at the UNM Latin American and Iberian Institute on the concept of "enchantment economies" in the context of contemporary political economy, providing a summary on the mode of magic realism followed by an application of this problem on several current geo-political issues, including the recent Ebola outbreak.
A podcast of the presentation is now available for listening and download. Click here to access it.
Congratulations to John Benavidez and Catherine Roster on the success of the marketing students in the Credit Karma Campus Challenge. They topped 19 other schools to win first place. On a key metric (new accounts), UNM beat second place University of Arizona by almost a 4 to 1 margin.
Five students will travel to San Francisco next month to present their campaign and results to the Credit Karma executives, and one student from the class will get an internship with the company. In addition, Credit Karma will award a $1,500 cash prize to Anderson, which will go towards supporting future initiatives of the Johnson Marketing Center.
David Cavazos, Assistant Professor of Strategic Management, and Dimitri Kapelianis, Assistant Professor of Marketing, recently addressed the New Mexico chapter of the Society for Marketing Professional Services on the topic of "Strategic Planning and Marketing Strategy." The society represents marketing and business development professionals working in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry.
Professor Cavazos discussed strategic planning, focusing specifically on how firms in this industry should develop effective strategic plans based on organizational awareness. Professor Kapelianis discussed marketing strategies for architecture, engineering, and construction firms, focusing on how to develop and implement plans to achieve revenue and profitability goals.
Innovation often implies a deep connection with high-technology or modernity. However, folk art and ancestral traditions produce equally compelling technologies. In his presentation Technologies of the Ancestral: Folk Art, Social Innovation, and Ideology, Dr. Manuel Montoya will explore the historical and philosophical moments that separated folk art from the concept of technology. He will investigate the moment when mechanical reproduction changed the way that technology was viewed and will conclude with a series of speculative gestures to revisit the technologies of ancestral work and their value to the 21st century global cultural economy.
Dr. Montoya's presentation takes place on Monday, November 10, 2014 from 12:00 - 1:00 p.m. at Parish Memorial Library. The lecture is open to the public and refreshments will be served.
As part of UNM's Homecoming Week, Anderson School of Management presents a Speakers Series on Thursday, September 25 focusing on Professor Manuel Montoya and International Business Students Global (IBSG). The presentation will review IBSG's work and offer a global vision for the Anderson community as UNM reaches its 125th anniversary. Current IBSG projects include Bridges to Tajikistan, Global Mosaic, Olympics 2016 – Rio and Indigenous Voices, Outside the Margins, Bitcoin and Digital Economy.
Anderson School of Management Associate Dean Rob Delcampo and Professor David Cavazos recently participated in the ALS ice bucket challenge. The ice bucket challenge is designed to promote awareness of the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and encourage donations to research.
SAGE (publisher of BAS) featured a BAS article by Caroline Scruggs and Harry Van Buren III of the University of New Mexico titled, Why Leading Consumer Product Companies Develop Proactive Chemical Management Strategies from Business and Society today on the SAGE management blog - Management INK.
Professor Ryan Jacobson has recently had the following accepted for publication in Journal of Research on Adolescence:
Familism values, perspective taking, and prosocial moral reasoning: Predicting prosocial tendencies among Mexican American adolescents. (Knight, G. P., Carlo, G., Basilio, C. D., & Jacobson, R. P.)
The article uses a developmental perspective to investigate why Mexican Americans (adolescents and adults) tend to be more prosocial in number of ways than other ethnic groups. The authors found that familism values/practices (e.g., shared early childcaring) tend to encourage the development of perspective taking abilities--which in turn promote prosocial behavior.
Joint Paper Accepted For Publication
Department of Organizational Studies Chair Jacqueline Hood and Professors Kathryn Jacobson and Harry Van Buren had a paper accepted for publication.
Their joint paper Beyond (but including) the CEO: Diffusing CSR in Organizations will be published in the journal Business and Society Review.
Harry has also had the following papers accepted: Competitive Advantage Through Maintaining Legitimacy and Trust With Key Stakeholders: The Case of Chemicals in Consumer Products, in Business & Society (with Caroline Scruggs, School of Architecture and Planning, University of New Mexico) and Global Business Norms and Islamic Views of Women's Employment, in Business Ethics Quarterly (with Jawad Syed, University of Huddersfield).
Assistant Professor Ryan Jacobson also received a positive acclamation in his T-3 review process.
Accounting Department Announces New Chair
Based on the strong support of the Accounting Department faculty and her outstanding record, the Anderson School of Management is pleased to announce that Dr. Leslie Oakes has agreed to be Chair of the Accounting Department effective June 2, 2014. Dr. Oakes promoted and helped develop Anderson's first full semester course in nonprofit accounting and was central in developing a certificate program through the Management Development Center to provide nonprofit management training.
Dr. Craig White will be the Interim Dean of the UNM Anderson School of Management effective July 1, 2014. Provost Chaouki Abdallah made the announcement saying the primary focus will be preparing the school for a successful accreditation visit and permanent dean search in the upcoming year.
Stacy Sacco, Anderson School of Management Lecturer and Associate Director of the UNM Small Business Institute (SBI) will be assuming Dr. Raj Mahto's role as the Director of the program as of Monday, April 20, 2014.
Professor Manuel Montoya has been nominated for Project for New Mexico Graduates of Color's Faculty of Color Mentorship Award.
PNMGC is a UNM student run, student led organization that provides services to underrepresented students on campus. The Faculty of Color Awards recognize the outstanding work of UNM faculty, staff, and teaching assistants in the areas of mentorship, commitment to research, community engagement, and teaching excellence.
Professor Nick V. Flor was selected as one of only 500 developers chosen worldwide to participate in Microsoft's expanded Kinect for Windows V2 developers program. Dr. Flor will use the Kinect as part of his NSF-sponsored research, developing immersive apps and 3D virtual worlds aimed at educating the public on sustainable and renewable energy. The Kinect V2 for Windows will be released to the general public sometime in Q4 2014. Dr. Flor invites members of the community to contact him regarding possible community research collaborations involving the use of the Kinect V2 in business and health.
Congratulations to Professor Robert Luo, whose research paper entitled 'Assessment of Re-identification Risks of Data Perturbation Methods Using Record Linkage' has been accepted in Journal of Database Management.
He has also been invited to serve on the review panel for the National Science Foundation's Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace Program. Only about 10 scholars from MIS, Psychology, Computer Science and Sociology have been invited to serve on this expert panel for NSF. The event commences in NSF headquarters in Washington D.C. in the first week of April.
Additionally, Dr. Luo has been invited to serve as a Faculty Mentor at the Doctoral Consortium of 2014 Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems which will be held in Chengdu, China this June. His role will be to provide comments and suggestions to doctoral candidates on their research and to participate in the expert panel discussions about advanced research avenues.
Professor Rich Brody will be presenting fraud training seminars in New Jersey and Chicago in March to audiences comprised of government attorneys, investigators, and law enforcement personnel.
The purpose of the seminar is education about both the pervasiveness of and the causes of fraud and white-collar crime in our society; to explore, in detail, methods of fraud detection, investigation and prevention; and to increase attendees' ability to detect fraud.
Professor Dimitri Kapelianis convened and chaired a panel of pre-eminent scholars and practitioners to present a special session at the 2014 American Marketing Association's Winter Educator's Conference held in Orlando, Florida. Panel members presented their insights on personal selling and sales management in emerging markets.
Dr. Robert Luo has been invited to serve as a Guest Associate Editor for Management Information Systems Quarterly (MISQ), a peer-reviewed academic journal that covers research in the areas of management information systems and information technology and is widely regarded as one of the most prestigious journals in the information systems discipline. He has also been selected to serve as Associate Editor for European Journal of Information Systems (another top-tier global MIS journal) and Journal of Electronic Commerce Research.
Out of 453 academic research papers received from faculty members in 23 countries during 2013 by Franklin Publishing Company, a peer-reviewed journal publisher, fewer than 60 were selected as noteworthy.
The Executive Committee of Franklin Publishing Company chose Dr. Rich Brody among the sixty to receive the Franklin 2013 Award for Excellence in Research.
Dr. Brody's paper is entitled Romance Fraud: Taking a Lack of Ethics to a New Low (with D. Sinclair) published in Ethics & Critical Thinking.
Congratulations to Professor Dimitri Kapelianis and his Starlight FUNiture LLC student team (Max Ebnother, Stacie Nowell, Peter Ray, Kevin Roybal, and Drew Wayner) for winning the National Championship (1st prize at the graduate level) in the Small Business Institute's Case of the Year Competition in Las Vegas, Nevada. The team won in the most competitive, comprehensive consulting category.
Congratulations to Professor Robert Luo on two high level journal acceptances (Both journals are rated as "A" level in the Harzing list, a collation of journal rankings from a variety of sources published primarily to assist academics to target papers at journals of an appropriate standard). The articles are as follows:
"Exploring the Effects of Organizational Justice, Personal Ethics, and Sanction on Internet Use Policy Compliance," Information Systems Journal, with Han Li, Rathindra Sarathy, and Jie Zhang.
"The Impact of XBRL Adoption in P.R. China," Decision Support Systems, with Chunhui Liu, Choon Ling Sia, Grace O'Farrel, and Hock Hai Teo.
Congratulations to Professor Dimitri Kapelianis who was recently appointed to the editorial review board of Industrial Marketing Management. IMM provides theoretical, empirical and case-based research geared to the needs of marketing scholars and practitioners researching and working in industrial and business-to-business markets. An editorial review board of leading international scholars and practitioners assures a balance of theory and practical applications in all articles. A comprehensive approach keeps readers abreast of the most timely data and current thinking necessary for better marketing decisions and strategy in global industrial and business-to-business markets.
Professor Scott Taylor recently had his article (In Press) Leader self-awareness: An examination and implications for women leaders, co-authored with R.E. Sturm, L.E. Atwater, and P.W. Braddy and featured in the Journal of Organizational Behavior, a top tier journal in the OB area.
Professor O.C. Ferrell will receive the Academy of Marketing Science, Marketing Educator Award at the AMS annual conference in Indianapolis in May 2014. This is the highest ranking award for marketing education in the Academy of Marketing Science, the largest marketing educator-only group in the world.
Professor Linda Ferrell will become President of the Academy of Marketing Science at the Academy of Marketing Science annual conference in May.
On November 18th at the University of Minnesota Duluth, Dr. Manuel Montoya presented a lecture on poetics and business in the global political economy. The lecture inaugurated UMD's cultural entrepreneurship program which recognizes several contributions from the University of New Mexico.
Rich Brody Featured In Farmington Daily Times
Professor Rich Brody was featured in the Farmington Daily Times, discussing the implications and challenges of fraud protection in the Farmington Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Dr. Brody says it is not enough to have safety protocols in place, they must be followed to prevent future fraudulent behavior.
UNM Anderson's Dr. David Cavazos talks about Harnessing Your Inner Strategist in his guest blog post for UNM Anderson's Advisement and Career Services Office.
Congratulations to Professor Matt Pickard on his recent paper acceptance at the AAA's Journal of Information Systems! Matt and his co-authors M.B. Burns and K.B. Moffitt will be featured in a forthcoming edition of Journal of Information Systems with their paper: A Theoretical Justification for Using Embodied Conversational Agents (ECAs) to Augment Accounting-Related Interviews.
Congratulations to David Cavazos for the publication of his paper Business Ethics as a Required Course: Investigating the Factors Impacting the Decision to Require Ethics in the Undergraduate Business Core Curriculum,," with M.A. Rutherford, L. Parks, & C.D. White, in a virtual collection of the Academy of Management Learning and Education. In addition to David's article, Emeriti Professor Joe Champoux's (2006) article entitled At the Cinema: Aspiring to a Higher Ethical Standard was included in the collection. View the collection...
Congratulations to Dr. Robert Luo, Dr. Laurie Schatzberg, Chuan Luo (University of Finance and Economics, Chengdu, China), and Choon Ling Sia (City University of Hong Kong) for the acceptance of their article Impact of informational factors on online recommendation credibility: The moderating role of source credibility in the Decision Support Systems Journal.
Congratulations to Anderson's Dr. Shawn Berman and Dr. Harry Van Buren on their recent acceptance for publication in a forthcoming special issue in Business & Society on "Corporate Responsibility: Initiatives and Mechanisms". The article is described below.
The Influence of Institutional Logics on Corporate Responsibility Toward Employees
Michelle Westermann-Behaylo, Shawn L. Berman, and Harry J. Van Buren, III
Business Society published 28 March 2013, 10.1177/0007650313476934
Read the abstract...
Focusing on corporate responsibility (CR) toward employees, this article discusses how multilayered institutional logics affect the relationship between the firm and its employee stakeholders. It considers what constitutes CR toward employees and explores the institutional logics that can shape whether employers treat their employees as merely means to a strategic end or as ends in themselves. Specifically, the article examines market-, state-, professional-, and firm-based institutional logics that influence how employers treat their employees. The conclusion suggests that external institutional logics both enable and constrain firms to adopt a more instrumental relationship with their employees. However, some forms of organizational identity may generate firm-based institutional logics that enable firms to resist these pressures. Suggestions for future research focusing on the institutional and organizational drivers behind understanding CR toward employees are offered.
Congratulations to Dr. Harry Van Buren for also receiving a best paper award at the European Academy of Management (Business & Society Interest Group; Accounting, Auditing, & Control for Sustainability track) for his paper entitled Accounting for Stakeholders with Ron Mitchell, Ed Freeman, and Michelle Greenwood.
Dr. Kathryn Jacobson's Paper Wins Administrative Science Quarterly Scholarly Impact Award
Congratulations to Dr. Kathryn Jacobson who just found out that her paper entitled Socio emotional wealth and business risks in family controlled firms: Evidence from Spanish olive oil mills (published in 2007) has won the Administrative Science Quarterly Scholarly Impact Award. ASQ is one of the top scholarly journals in the field of management. The award was created to recognize the article published 5 years previously in ASQ that was judged to have had the greatest scholarly impact. A committee of board members (chaired by Madan Pillutla) carefully considered a slate of finalists among articles published in 2007 in ASQ, and Kathryn's article with Gomez-Mejia, Haynes, Nunez-Nickel, and Moyano-Fuentes was their unanimous choice. The award will be given at the ASQ reception at the Academy of Management Meetings in Orlando, which is held on Sunday, August 11.
Dr. Doug Thomas Promoted to Full Professor
Congratulations to Dr. Doug Thomas who was promoted to full Professor.
Dr. Steve Walsh Appointed as a Distinguished Professor
The Provost has appointed Dr. Steve Walsh as a Distinguished Professor. This distinction is in recognition of the many contributions that Dr. Walsh has made to UNM and to his field and to the strong international reputation that he has developed. This is the highest faculty title the University bestows and is used only for a few of its most prominent faculty members.
Dr. Chen Teaching Award Nominations
Congratulations to Dr. Hsuan-Chi Chen who was nominated by UNM Office of Support for Effective Teaching for both the 2012-2013 Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award and the 2013-2015 Presidential Teaching Fellow Award.
Dr. Gouvea and Dr. Montoya Paper Acceptance
Congratulations to Professors Raul Gouvea and Manuel Montoya for the acceptance of their paper, "Brazil and China: Competitors or Partners? Designing Strategic Alliances in the Age of Uncertainty" in the Asian Journal of Latin American Studies.
Dr. Hansen Distinguished Paper Award
Accounting Professor James Hansen received the McGraw-Hill Irwin Distinguished Paper Award for his paper, Why firms just below thresholds? Earnings management constraints and market sensitivity to earnings at the upcoming American Accounting Association Southwest Regional meeting.
Dr. DelCampo and Dr. Arthur Publication
Congratulations to Associate Professor Rob DelCampo and Professor Shelly Arthur for their publication, Work-family policies and employee perceptions of organizational support: A two study investigation accounting for cultural differences in at-home family and friend support. in the Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal. In addition, Dr. DelCampo recently joined the following editorial boards: iBusiness, Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies, and Journal of Scientific Research and Reports. He was also appointed as a Fellow of the Southwest Hispanic Research Institute (SHRI).
Small Business Institute National Project of The Year Awards
Congratulations to professional faculty member Holly Hitzemann and her team of MGMT 598 students who won second place in the Small Business Institute National Project of the Year competition. Anderson's undergraduate team earned third prize honors. The winners were announced at the 2013 SBI Conference 2013 in Florida. Dr. Raj Mahto, Director of the Anderson School SBI, was on hand to pick up the Award and says these are the first national prizes in the history of Anderson School SBI.
UNM Awarded NSA Grant
The University of New Mexico has received a five-year, $1.67 million grant from the National Science Foundation to provide 18 scholarships for Master's degree study in Information Assurance (IA) and cyber-security at the Anderson School of Management. The project, titled UNM Information Assurance Scholarship for Service (SFS) Program, is under the direction of Anderson Associate Professor and Principal Investigator Stephen Burd, and co-PI's Alex Seazzu, director, UNM Center for Information Assurance Research and Education (CIARE), Jed Crandall, associate professor, Computer Science, and Electrical Computer Engineering Associate Provost and Chair Gregory Heileman.
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), the world's largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education, has announced that UNM Anderson School of Management Professor Rich Brody, Ph.D., CFE, CPA, has been elected to the ACFE Board of Regents.
Anderson congratulates Dr. Scott Taylor for the following acceptances for publication:
Anderson's Dr. Raul Gouvea and Dr. Sul Kassicieh's work to raise UNM's profile in Brazil was documented by the Albuquerque Journal. Read the article about Dr. Gouvea and Dr. Kassicieh here...
Anderson's John Benavidez receives the Faculty Teaching Award. John Benavidez has been teaching at UNM since 1997 upon graduating with his M.B.A. from Anderson. His teaching focuses on marketing including, but not limited to, advertising, digital marketing, promotions management, and marketing management. Benavidez constantly seeks to support students at UNM. He serves as faculty advisor for Collegiate DECA and is a faculty representative on the Student Union Building Board. After several years of teaching at the University, he received the Outstanding Lecturer of the Year Award in 2004. In 2009, Benavidez received the Distinguished Professor Award from The Wall Street Journal.
Dr. Harry Van Buren will, once again, be a guest panelist on New Mexico in Focus on November 30, 2012. Harry will be commenting on DOJ investigation of the APD, health insurance exchanges in NM, and maternity leave for teenage mothers in school. Click here for more information...
Dr. Leslie Boni, Anderson Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Finance, International, Technology and Entrepreneurship (FITE) will receive the Community Leadership Award, and Technology Ventures Corporation (TVC) will be honored with the Distinguished Service Award.
UNM Anderson Accounting Professor Dr. Rich Brody was selected as a finalist to serve on the Board of Regents of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), the world's largest anti-fraud organization. Read more about Dr. Brody's ACFE nomination...
The New Mexico Society of CPAs announced Friday that Dr. Joni Young has been selected as the 2012 NMSCPA Outstanding Member in Accounting Education. This award provides recognition to members who are full-time college accounting educators for excellence in the classroom teaching and for active involvement in the accounting profession.
Joni will be presented the award at the annual "Pride in the Profession" Luncheon on November 2nd at the Embassy Suites.
Dr. Nick Flor is a co-Principal Investigator on the grant Sustainable Energy Pathways Through Education and Technology (SEPTET) recently awarded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to the University of New Mexico. The estimated award total is $1.7M.
The objective of the project is to combine fundamental research on energy harvesting with creating visualization tools for raising social awareness about energy usage. Dr. Flor will be doing research & education on apps and 3D visualizations in order to raise the social awareness of new energy systems.
The grant is multi-disciplinary and includes researchers in Engineering as well as Fine Arts. The abstract of the grant is at: http://nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward.do?AwardNumber=1231046
Congratulations to Dr. Robert Luo, Dr. Kathryn Jacobson, and Dr. David Cavazos, who have had articles accepted for publication in the following journals: Decision Support Systems, Journal of Computer Information Systems, and Communications of the Association for Information Systems, Personnel Psychology, Business History, and Academy of Management Learning and Education, respectively.
Dr. Robert Del Campo is the new Associate Dean of the UNM Anderson School of Management. He is the Rutledge Professor of Management in the Department of Organizational Studies and serves as a Bill Daniels Business Ethics Fellow.
Dr. DelCampo has published or presented more than 75 papers and is the author of seven books. His current book, Managing the Multi-Generational Workforce: From the GI Generation to the Millennials, looks at each generation and how they relate to each other and specifically how managers can integrate the new generation, the 'Millennials', into the workplace. He has also consulted for more than 25 Fortune 500 companies including Ford, Home Depot, Dell and Intel.
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), the world's largest anti-fraud organization, has named UNM Anderson Accounting Professor Rich Brody Educator of the Year. The prestigious ACFE Outstanding Achievement Awards recognize the contributions of anti-fraud professionals worldwide. The Educator of the Year Award is presented to an ACFE Educator member who has made an outstanding contribution in anti-fraud education.
University of New Mexico students, under the guidance of O.C. Ferrell, recently took the grand prize in the 2012 National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) Center for the Public Trust National 'Ethics in Action' video competition. Read more about this honorable prize...
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), the world's largest anti-fraud organization, has named UNM Anderson Accounting Professor Rich Brody Educator of the Year. The prestigious ACFE Outstanding Achievement Awards recognize the contributions of anti-fraud professionals worldwide. The Educator of the Year Award is presented to an ACFE Educator member who has made an outstanding contribution in anti-fraud education.
Anderson's Dr. Robert Luo has been ranked as a Top 25 Researcher of Information Systems, based on publications in top-tier journals European Journal of Information Systems and Journal of Strategic Information Systems between 2010 and 2011. Anderson Associate Dean Dr. Ranjit Bose is ranked at number 38 on the list due to his work with Dr. Luo on collaborative paper on Green IT.
UNM Earns CAE-R Designation as National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance
The National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security have re-designated the University of New Mexico as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Systems Security Education (CAEIAE). The Information Assurance program, within UNM's Anderson School of Management, initially earned a five-year CAE designation in 2007. The new designation, CAE-R, which is more rigorous to attain, covers academic years 2012 through 2017.
"Receiving the CAE re-designation as well as meeting the higher standards of the CAE-R designation reaffirms UNM's leadership in the state and the region in information assurance and cybersecurity," said Anderson Professor Alessandro Seazzu. "As New Mexico's flagship university our faculty, staff and students continue to distinguish themselves in their leadership efforts while cementing our graduate program's role in the development of a national cybersecurity workforce." Read more about the CAE-R designation...
Dr. DelCampo Quoted in UT San Diego
A recent edition of UT San Diego published an article on the increasing contribution of Hispanics to the growth of the labor market, pointing to the statistic of more workers comfortable with voluntarily identifying themselves as Latino to their employers, who then report the data to the labor bureau. Professor Rob DelCampo stated: "We are seeing the job market equalize in terms of race, gender, ethnicity. The problem is we don't see it all the way up and down the corporate ladder. The workforce is changing, and the status quo isn't going to hack it anymore, in terms of hiring practices, workplace culture and outreach. You have to be 10 steps ahead of the economy." Find the full article at http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2012/mar/04/fewer-whites-in-workforce-by-end-of-decade/.
During this legislative session's UNM Day at the State Capital, Anderson's Dr. Manuel Montoya along with a few other UNM faculty were recognized on the floors of the House and Senate for their distinctive work at UNM. Congratulations to Dr. Montoya for his many contributions and this recognition.
From President Schmidly's email:
"...Dr. Manuel Montoya, native son of Mora, New Mexico and product of the public school system who went on to excel at UNM as both a Truman Scholar and a Rhodes Scholar, and who has returned to teach as an assistant professor of Finance and International Management in the Anderson School of Management, thereby giving back to both his alma mater, UNM students and the State of New Mexico.
Anderson Accounting Lecturer Ann Brooks will receive the Community Leadership Award at Anderson's 2012 Hall of Fame.
Students in John Benavidez's promotion management course have created a student-run agency responsible for researching, implementing, and evaluating an integrated marketing communications campaign aimed at generating an applicant pool for family medicine, psychiatry, and dental careers with the U.S. Public Health Service.
Dr. O.C. Ferrell and Dr. Linda Ferrell were appointed as board members to the prestigious National Association of State Boards of Accounting. Dean Doug Brown says the Ferrells were selected because the NASBA wanted leading national figures on their board to lend guidance in ethical accounting practice and standards.
Rust Professor of Business Ethics, Sarah Smith, Esq., is the faculty leader and coach for the Anderson BBA students that competed in the 2011 Collegiate Ethics Case Competition in Tucson, AZ.
Anderson officially renamed the Washington Campus Endowed Scholarship in honor of retired professor Dr. Jeanne Logsdon. This scholarship will exist in perpetuity and, going forward, will be known as the Jeanne Logsdon Washington Campus Endowed Scholarship to support our students interested in this unique program.
Dr. Ann Cunliffe and Dr. Linda Ferrell were both promoted to Full Professor.
Dr. O.C. Ferrell has promoted to the rank of Distinguished Professor. To attain this designation, professors must demonstrate outstanding achievements and be nationally and internationally renowned as scholars. This is the highest faculty title the University bestows and is used only for a few of its most prominent faculty. O.C. Ferrell, the Bill Daniels Professor of Business Ethics, earned his doctorate in marketing at Louisiana State University. He joined the Anderson School of Management faculty in 2006. Ferrell, a professor of marketing, developed a business ethics certificate program through UNM's Management Development Center. His academic research focuses on ethical decision making, stakeholder relationships and social responsibility.
Dr. Manuel Montoya was recently accepted as a member to the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Only three percent of all world-wide applicants are accepted. Members are experts in their fields and Dr. Montoya is recognized for his expertise in global structures and global political economies.
Dr. Rich Brody, at UNM's Anderson School of Management, was featured in the Savannah Morning News discussing how white-collar crime can lead to violence. Read more...
Please join Anderson in congratulating the students and chapter advisor, Dr. Rob DelCampo, of the SHRM Chapter at UNM, which recently was recognized with the "Superior Merit Award" -- less than 10% of chapters receive this award and UNM's SHRM Chapter has received it for the 3rd year in a row. Congratulations Dr. DelCampo and students!
Dr. Joni Young has been being awarded the American Accounting Association's 2011 AAA Notable Contributions to Accounting Literature Award for her publication "Making Up Users". The award is "designed to recognize contributions to accounting literature published in the last five years that are judged by the committee to have uniqueness and potential magnitude of contribution to accounting education, practice and/or future accounting research; breadth of potential interest; originality and innovative content; clarity and organization of exposition; and soundness and appropriateness of methodology." This is the TOP annual research award for the entire academic accounting community, and only one is awarded each year. She will be presented the award at the AAA's Annual Meeting in Denver.
A recent Brigham Young University study examined the research productivity of accounting departments and faculty from universities around the world. Over this period of time, Anderson ranked first in the world for publications that focus on financial accounting using qualitative methods, fourth in the world across all topics using qualitative methods, and 88/670 for total publications in these journals. Read more...
For the past 5 years the Finance, International, Technology and Entrepreneurial Studies Department (FITE) at Anderson has recognized the excellence of its faculty in the fields of research, teaching and service. The FITE Department 2011 Research, Teaching and Service awards go to:
Outstanding Research Award - Hsuan-Chi Chen (for the 2nd year in a row!)
Outstanding Teaching Award - Manuel Montoya
Outstanding Service Award - Leslie Boni and Sul Kassicieh and Steve Walsh.
Dr. Ranjit Bose has been named the new Associate Dean. Dr. Bose brings with him over 20 years of experience at Anderson. He started in the position on Jan 3. Welcome Dr. Bose!
Congratulations to Professor Kraye & the UNM chapter of the American Marketing Association for receiving a $1,500 grant from the Target Campus Grant Program. The grant will be used to report and film a case study.
Dean Doug Brown accepted a check from the Samaritan Counseling Center (SCC) of Albuquerque in the amount of $9,217.00. The generous gift presented to Anderson by Samaritan President and CEO Tom Sims was part of the proceeds from SCC's annual "New Mexico Ethics in Business Awards" event.
In the ten years since the Ethics in Business Awards program started, Samaritan has contributed 10% of the event proceeds to a special Anderson School endowment. Anderson students in MGMT 308 classes research the business practices of the nominees considered for these prestigious awards and then they make recommendations to an Awards Selection Committee. The project gives Anderson students invaluable hands-on experience, as they learn the realities of ethical business behaviors.
Jens Deichmann, Instructor of the Environmental Sustainability & Business graduate seminar at Anderson speaks with NetImpact about environmentally sustainable busines.
Jim Novak, EMBA Alum & 2010 Hall of Fame recipient partnered with Anderson Alumni Relations and Development offices to create the first ever lecture series at Sandia National Labs. The first lecture was given Dr. Allen Parkman on the topic, More Choices, Less joy: Why is it so difficult to make good decisions? The event was free and open to all Anderson Alums & students who work at Sandia National Labs.
Almighty Debt: A Black in America Special
Marketing Professor Howard Kraye was part of a panel of experts looking at this important issue on Wed, October 13th on the UNM Campus. The discussion followed an advance screening of the CNN film.
Anderson welcomes four new faculty members. Read more...
Dr. James Hansen
Dr. David E. Cavazos
Dr. Manuel-Julian R. Montoya
Dr. Leslie Boni
Please join Anderson in congratulating Dr. Rob DelCampo for his appointment as Editor-in-Chief for Administrative Sciences.
Accounting Chair Craig White received the 2010 Outstanding Accounting Educator Award by the New Mexico Society of Certified Public Accountants for his successful efforts in enhancing the reputation of the CPA profession. Dr. White will be recognized at the Pride in the Profession luncheon on November 19 at the Albuquerque Embassy Suites Hotel. He was also honored with this award in 2001. Congratulations!
Anderson students received the first place Bobby G. Bizzell Innovation Achievement Award at the recent 2010 Southwest Business Deans' Association Annual Conference. The winning nomination came courtesy of Professor Howard Kraye's Supply Chain and Management of Services Project Classes. Anderson was selected over Price College of Business (University of Oklahoma) and Rice University.
Dr. Raul Gouvea has extend his chairmanship of Anderson's Department of Finance, International, Technology and Entrepreneurship for another year. Thank you for your service!
When the economy crashed, the United States government was blamed for failing to effectively regulate the financial sector. Whether financial or environmental, regulation determines how much risk companies can take on. Read what Anderson's Dean Brown and other UNM Faculty have to say. Read more...
Please join Anderson in congratulating O.C. Ferrell who was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the 34th Annual Macromarketing Society Conference earlier this month. Shelby Hunt (Texas Tech University), Bob Middlestat (University of Nebraska) and O.C. Ferrell (University of New Mexico) were all recognized. O.C received the recognition for his scholarly publications in marketing ethics and social responsibility that have had a significant impact on theory and research in Macromarketing. He was also recognized for chairing dissertations of leading scholars that have contributed to the field of Macromarketing. He was honored at a dinner sponsored by the Daniels Fund at the University of Wyoming recognizing his contributions to business ethics education.
The UNM Society of Human Resource Management student chapter was honored with their second consecutive "Superior Merit Award." This award is received by fewer than 10% of the chapters and is the highest-level of award given. Our UNM SHRM chapter has now won the award two years in a row!
Congratulations to Dr. Rob DelCampo and the students of SHRM for this outstanding accomplishment.
Bill Daniels Teaching Business Ethics Workshop
The University of New Mexico's Anderson School of Management in conjunction with New Mexico State University will host the 1st Semi-annual Bill Daniels Teaching Business Ethics Workshop in Santa Fe on Monday, May 17. The Bill Daniels Professors of Business Ethics, Linda and O.C. Ferrell, in collaboration with NMSU, developed the one day workshop that will feature Doug Brown, Dean of the Anderson School of Management, and Garrey Carruthers, Dean of New Mexico State University's College of Business.
The luncheon keynote speaker is Rich Brody an internationally recognized expert on fraud and accounting professor at UNM.
Anderson Department of Organizational Studies Faculty Recognition
Please Anderson in congratulating the faculty below on these recent acceptances for publication:
Cunliffe, A. L. Crafting research: Morgan and Smircich 30 years on. (Organizational Research Methods). The first draft of this paper is also in the RMD Best Paper Proceedings at this year's Academy of Management Conference, Montreal, Canada.
Blancero, D. M., DelCampo, R.G. & Marron, G. "Just Tell Me! Fairness of Alternative Dispute Resolutions". Industrial Relations. In press.
Rogers, K.M., DelCampo, R.G. & Van Buren, H.J., "A Mockumentary as a Mock-experience: Using 'The Office' to Solidify Understanding of Organizational Behavior Topics." Journal of Organizational Behavior Education. In press.
DelCampo, R.G., Rogers, K.M. & Hinrichs A.T., "The interface of work-family conflict and racioethnicity: An analysis of Hispanic Business Professionals." Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal. In press.
Further congratulations to those who have had their papers accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management:
Taylor, S.N., & Bright, D.S. (2010, August). Exploring Conditions for Openness in Multisource Feedback Assessment. National Academy of Management Conference. Montreal, Canada. (Best Paper Proceedings).
Miche, S., & Taylor, S.N. (2010, August). An Integrated Theory and Multi-level Perspective of Leadership for Sustainable Development. National Academy of Management Conference. Montreal, Canada.
Congratulations also to Shawn Berman for the following honor:
Rowley and Berman, S. (2000), "A Brand New Brand of Corporate Social Performance" was awarded the "Best article in Business & Society in the last 10 years" at the recent IABS conference. This award covered all articles appearing in the journal in the time period 2000-2009.
2010 Finance, International, Technology and Entrepreneurship Department Awards
Research: Hsuan - Chi Chen
Teaching: Jim Cormier
Service: Raj Matho
Congratulations and thank you for your dedication and outstanding contribution to Anderson, to our students, and to our business community
Dr. Dennis Togo has been elected as the President of the Southwest Region of the American Accounting Association at their annual conference in Dallas. The Southwest Region has 800 accounting educator members at universities in New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana.
The UNM Anderson School of Management has formed the school's first ever Speaker's Bureau. Several of Anderson's professors, including Dean Douglas M. Brown, have joined together to offer their expertise as luncheon speakers at various service and professional groups in the Albuquerque community. Learn more...
The 2010 Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Southwest Central (SWC) Regional Student Conference is coming to Albuquerque. The conference will be held on Friday, March 26 and Saturday, March 27, 2010, at the University of New Mexico's Anderson School of Management. Read more...
Dean Doug Brown has announced the UNM Anderson School of Management has been awarded a $1.25 million grant to help further instill a high standard of ethics in students attending the school. The initial grant and ongoing support for the initiative is provided by the Daniels Fund, a private foundation established by cable television pioneer Bill Daniels, who was widely recognized for his ethics and integrity in business. Read more or watch Dean Brown discuss the grant on You Tube.
Professor Catherine Roster is the recipient of the 2010 Faculty Community Leadership Award. All full-time faculty members are eligible and must have demonstrated leadership in enhancing the Anderson School's visibility and relations with the business community by creating connections, providing leadership and being actively involved. Read more...
Dean Doug Brown has announced the UNM Anderson School of Management has been awarded a $1.25 million grant to help further instill a high standard of ethics in students attending the school. The initial grant and ongoing support for the initiative is provided by the Daniels Fund, a private foundation established by cable television pioneer Bill Daniels, who was widely recognized for his ethics and integrity in business. Read more...
Students in Alex Seazzu's Management 636 class spread out to local schools this year to teach computer security to students ranging from elementary to high school. The topics depend on the age of the students. Seazzu is the director of UNM's Center for Information Assurance Research and Education. More UNM Top 10...
Dr. Richard G. Brody, CPA, CFE, CFF, FCPA will be visiting King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals (KFUPM) in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia from January 1, 2010 through January 7, 2010. As an invited international scholar specializing in fraud and forensic accounting, Dr. Brody will be making a series of lectures to the faculty and students at KFUPM. In addition, Brody has been invited to make a presentation to top management at Saudi Aramco, the world's largest producer and exporter of crude oil. Read more...
The 2009 Water, Innovation, Technology, & Sustainability (WITS) Conference was organized by co-chairs Dr. Raul Gouvea and Dr. Sul Kassicieh from the UNM Anderson School of Management and was held November 23-24 in the city of Manaus, State of Amazonas, Brazil. The WITS Conference addressed the role of technology and innovation in enhancing water safety, availability, quality and sustainability. Read more...
UNM's Anderson School of Management has demonstrated significant leadership in integrating social, environmental and ethical issues into its MBA program, according to the just released Aspen Institute's 2009-2010 edition of Beyond Grey Pinstripes, a biennial survey and alternative ranking of business schools. The Anderson School ranked 19th on a list of the Top 100 business schools. Read more...
Hispanic Business Magazine has named the UNM Anderson School of Management as one of the top 10 Graduate Business schools for Hispanics. Read more...
Dean Doug Brown of the UNM Anderson School of Management has joined the Board of Directors at the MIOX Corporation, a leader in safe water disinfection. "Doug is an outstanding addition to our board and we are proud of his affiliation to MIOX," noted Carlos Perea, MIOX president and CEO. Read more...
Dante DiGregorio and Doug Thomas have their article Offshore Outsourcing as a Source of International Competiveness for SMEs published in the Journal of International Business Studies (JIBS).
Photo: (L to R) Doug Thomas, Dante DiGregorio
Anderson Professor Scott Taylor's research was cited in The Wall Street Journal blog The Juggle. The article cites Dr. Taylor's research about women greatly underrating their standing with bosses and other workers.
Dr. Taylor presented his research at the Academy of Management meeting in Chicago. You can read more about the study here. Congratulations Dr. Taylor!
Rich Brody, Rutledge Professor of Accounting at the UNM Anderson School of Management and CPA financial forensics expert, has recently been awarded the Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF) Credential by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). The CFF Credential, established in 2008 by the AICPA, is granted to qualified CPAs with considerable professional experience in financial forensics. Read more...
The Anderson School of Management is pleased to announce that Professor Joni Young, Chair of the Anderson Accounting Department, has been appointed as UNM's new KPMG Professor. The designation makes Professor Young one of only 38 professors in the United States to hold this prestigious title. Professor Young was selected for her excellence in teaching and research, and her many valuable contributions to the accounting profession and to the Anderson school. She will be recognized at the annual KPMG Professors Dinner on August 3 along with the other recipients. Read more...
Professor Gautam Vora's expertise is cited throughout the article Shoots of Recovery? in the Albuquerque Journal. The article discuses the current economic climate and how investors are responding.
To read the article Shoots of Recovery? in its entirety go to http://www.abqjournal.com/biz/24214049biz05-24-09.htm
In Sunday's (June 7, 2009) Albuquerque Journal "Money" section Anderson's Dr. Shelly Arthur provided a great deal of information about negotiating for breaks on prices.
To read the article It's all about using the correct approach when bargaining for a break on prices in its entirety go to http://www.abqjournal.com/biz/0722289biz06-07-09.htm
Congratulations to Professor Harry Van Buren, the winner of this year's "Robert Wertheim Junior Faculty Research Award".
Robert Wertheim is an Anderson alum as well as Chairman of the Board of Charter Companies, an Anderson National Advisory Board member, and a respected community leader. Mr. Wertheim presented the award to Professor Van Buren on Friday at the Anderson faculty meeting calling his research "outstanding". Professor Van Buren does research in several areas including the involvement of religious institutions in shareholder activism, issues related to race/ethnicity and gender in organizations, the ethical implications of low-wage work and the ethics of human resource management. Read more...
2009 Finance, International, Technology, and Entrepreneurship Faculty Department Awards
Professor Ward Hickey - Teaching
Dr. Raj Mahto - Research
Dr. Doug Thomas - Research and Teaching
Dr. Emmanuel Morales-Camargo - Service
Students in Professor John Benavidez's advertising campaigns course at the University of New Mexico's (UNM) Anderson School of Management were interviewed on Happening Now, a Fox News program. From Anderson's Marketing Center, Chris Hodge was interviewed live to discuss the marketing campaign for the CIA.
As part of this semester-long program, students formed their own marketing agency, Inspire Anderson Marketing (I AM). The agency is developing, implementing, and measuring a comprehensive marketing campaign for the CIA. The objective of this campaign is to increase awareness of CIA career opportunities, with a focus on filling the recruitment pipeline for the CIA's National Clandestine Service. Watch the Interview Now!
Professor Sarah Smith, who holds the Rust Professorship in Business Ethics at Anderson, and the students in her undergraduate business ethics course interviewed Samaritan Counseling Center's New Mexico Ethics in Business Awards winners. Read more about Prof. Smith and her students in the Albuquerque Journal's article.
Dr. Michelle Arthur, Dr. Robert Del Campo and Dr. Harry Van Buren's research cited in USA Today article Women CEOs slowly gain on Corporate America.
University of New Mexico Provost Suzanne Ortega has announced the appointment of Douglas M. Brown as dean of UNM's Anderson School of Management.
"It is exciting to have someone with Doug Brown's extraordinary public and private sector experience leading our business school. What a great opportunity for our students," said Ortega.
Suleiman "Sul" Kassicieh, Anderson School of Management Endowed Chair in Economic Development, and Regents' Professor of Management of Technology, was recently named Distinguished Professor of Management, the first in the history of the Anderson School. He has a local, national and international reputation in technology-based economic development. He is the founder of UNM's Management of Technology Program and directs the UNM Center for Support of Economic Development.
Professor Steven Walsh is the recipient of the University Libraries Faculty Acknowledgment Award. Professor Walsh is the Professor of Entrepreneurship, Director of Technology Entrepreneurship Program, and Co-Director of Management of Technology Program at the Anderson School of Management.
Professor Walsh will give his lecture Relevant Academia Versus an Answer in Search of a Question on February 26, 2009 at 1:00 PM in the Willard Room at Zimmerman Library. Download flyer for more information.
Professor Steven Walsh has once again been named one of the top 50 researchers in the Technology Innovation Management field by Elsevier Limited, a leading publisher of science and health information serving more than 30 million scientists, students and health professionals worldwide. Dr. Walsh has not only won this recognition for each of the past five years, he is also one of only seven researchers who have maintained this status for an entire decade.
Professor Rich Brody is the recipient of the 2009 Faculty Community Leadership Award. Faculty must have demonstrated leadership in enhancing the Anderson School of Management's visibility and relations with the business community by creating connections, providing leadership and being actively involved.
The article Building Student Competency to Develop Power and Influence through Social Capital co-authored by Professors Jacqueline Hood and Harry Van Buren was accepted for publication in the Journal of Management Education - the top management education journal. It will appear in the journal in 2009.
Professors Xin (Robert) Luo and Rich Brody had their paper Fraud and White-collar Crime: A Chinese Perspective accepted for publication in a special issue (on international fraud and corruption) of Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal. The article will appear in early 2009.
An article by a group of Anderson Marketing and Information Descision Science faculty received the prestigious honor from the Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice's for Best Article for Volume 15 (2007). The article Management of Marketing Research Projects: Does Delivery Method Matter Anymore in Survey Research? by Catherine A. Roster, Robert D. Rogers, George C. Hozier, Jr., Kenneth G. Baker, and Gerald Albaum was an outstanding achievement resulting from good research and good collaboration.
The Anderson School of Management at the University of New Mexico (UNM) opened the new Student Marketing Center on November 24, 2008. Amenities in the 500 square-foot facility include four workstations with specialized creative and marketing research software, wireless Internet connectivity for laptops, video teleconferencing capabilities, and a LCD presentation system.
The Phoenix Field Office located in Albuquerque, New Mexico hosted an Adrian Jr. Project at Anderson on November 14, 2008. Students learned to apply investigative techniques and conduct interviews in the mock fraud investigation. The students' response was very positive, generating enthusiasm and interest in the investigative process. Agents from Albuquerque and Las Cruces helped to facilitate the event.
UNM Anderson School of Management Accounting Professor Dr. Joni Young will receive the 2008 Outstanding Accounting Educator Award from the New Mexico Society of Certified Public Accountants (NMSCPA).
Professor Sul Kassicieh received the great honor of being named a UNM Distinguished Professor. This is the highest faculty title the University bestows and is used only for a few of its most prominent faculty members. Dr. Kassicieh is the first Anderson faculty member to be promoted to this exalted rank.
Anderson Interim Dean Dr. Amy Wohlert has been named among the most outstanding and influential women in the business community by the New Mexico Business Weekly. On Wednesday, July 23, at the 2008 Women Who Mean Business Awards Breakfast Dr. Wohlert was among 10 women who received honorable mention as one of the most influential and hard-working women in New Mexico.
Dr. Joni Young, Chair of the Accounting Department at the Anderson School of Management, has been invited to join a new research group at Cardiff Business School. Young will act as an advisor on an international board of leading academics in interdisciplinary research. Dr. Young has also been invited to make presentations and hold seminars at Manchester Business School, U.K. in May and will attend a research colloquium at the University of Wollongong, Australia in July.
Professor Howard Kraye, Marketing Professor at the UNM Anderson School of Management, will be one of the featured speakers at the Heritage Hotels and Resorts annual management meeting in Las Cruces on Friday, February 8, 2008.
Dr. Jeanne Logsdon was awarded the Sumner Marcus Award for Outstanding Service by the Social Issues in Management Division by the Academy of Management. The award is the division's highest honor given for career achievement each year to one individual.
Dr. Jeanne Logsdon
Professor Jeanne Logsdon is the recipient of the 2008 Faculty Community Leadership Award. Faculty must have demonstrated leadership in enhancing the Anderson School of Management's visibility and relations with the business community by creating connections, providing leadership and being actively involved in the business community.
Professor Jeanne Logsdon has been a faculty member at Anderson since 1989. During her tenure she has received numerous accolades from colleagues and students. She was recently honored by being selected as Fellow of the International Association for Business and Society. She has held the Jack and Donna Rust Professorship of Business Ethics since 2003, in recognition of her excellence in teaching and research in the area of business ethics. Dr. Logsdon recently co-authored a book entitled, Global Business Citizenship: A Transformative Framework for Ethics and Sustainable Capitalism.
"She is found by her students to be enthusiastic and even passionate about teaching and the subject of business and society," said Department of Organizational Studies Chair Jacqueline Hood. "Thanks to her documentation of Anderson's school-wide efforts, Aspen Institute ranks Anderson 18th in the world (4th among small MBA programs) for social and ethical impact in its "Beyond Grey Pinstripes" recognition."
Professor Logsdon has served as Anderson's Faculty Chair, Chair of the Dean's Review Committee, Chair of the Budget Review Committee, and as Anderson's representative to The Washington Campus Program, among her many service activities. Professor Logsdon received her PhD from the University of California, Berkeley in 1983.
Dr. Karen Patterson
The Anderson School of Management at the University of New Mexico is pleased to announce that Dr. Karen Patterson, one of its newest faculty members, was recently nominated for the Health Care Management Division Best Paper Based on a Dissertation award from the Academy of Management.
Patterson's paper is based on her dissertation which focuses on the evolution of institutional entrepreneurship within alternative medicine in healthcare. She received recognition on her paper at the 2007 Academy of Management Meeting in Philadelphia on August 3-8. There were a total of three nominees for the award. The Academy of Management is a not-for-profit global organization of professionals who are engaged in research and teaching dedicated to the advancement of management thought and practice.
Patterson was pleased to receive recognition for her work. "It's very validating that the wider intellectual community recognizes both the theoretical and imperial implications of my work," said Patterson.
Patterson first joined Anderson in 2006 as a visiting professor in the Organizational Behavior/Human Resource Management department and was hired on as a full-time professor starting this fall. She is currently teaching MGMT 498, Strategic Management.
Dr. Craig White
Craig White, Grant Thornton Professor of Accounting at the University of New Mexico's Anderson School of Management, has been chosen as a director of the board of the New Mexico Society of CPAs (NMSCPA).
The NMSCPA is the premier professional association for certified public accountants in New Mexico. It started out with six members in 1930 and now boasts a membership base of more than 1,500.
Members of the association are CPAs in public practice, industry, education or government, or they may be students enrolled in a qualified accounting program at one of New Mexico's colleges or universities.
White teaches the taxation of individuals and business entities. His research interests include: electronic tax administration, tax systems' role in encouraging innovation and marriage tax penalty/subsidy.
Dr. Joni Young
Accounting, Organizations and Society, through ScienceDirect, has recognized Anderson School of Management Professor Joni Young for her research naming one of her publications among the Top 25 Hottest Articles downloaded from January through March 2007. Young's article, "Making up users," appeared in Accounting, Organizations and Society volume 31, Issue 6.
Accounting, Organizations & Society is a major international journal concerned with all aspects of the relationship between accounting and human behavior, organizational structures and processes, and the changing social and political environment of the enterprise.
Its unique focus covers such topics including the social role of accounting, social accounting, social audit and accounting for scarce resources; the provision of accounting information to employees and trade unions and the development of participative information systems; processes influencing accounting innovations, the social and political aspects of accounting standard setting and many other related subjects.