Conference Presentations, 2008 - 2013

Janet Duck, Assistant Professor, Management and Organization

Duck, J. and Parente, D."How do we get to tomorrow? The path to online learning," in Developments in Business Simulation and Experiential Learning (CD), 9th Edition.Association for Business Simulation and Experiential Learning (ABSEL), 2008.

Janice Dreachslin, Professor, Health Policy & Administration

Dreachslin, J.L., Diversity and Disparities: A Call to Leadership for 21st Century Health Care, an invited executive briefing for the American Hospital Association (AHA) Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., April, 2009

Dreachslin, J.L., Diversity and Disparities: Parallel Challenges for 21st Century Health Care, an invited keynote address for the Institute for Diversity in Health Management Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas, June, 2008

Dreachslin, J.L., Diversity and Disparities: Parallel Challenges for 21st Century Health Care, an invited keynote address for the Institute for Diversity in Health Management Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas, June, 2008

Whelan, A., Dreachslin, J.L., and Weech-Maldonado, R., Diversity Management in Health: Cross National Organizational Study, a refereed research presentation for the 8th International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities and  Nations in Montreal, Canada, June, 2008

Weech-Maldonado, R., Elliott, M.N., Dreachslin, J.L., Cultural Competency Framework in Health Organizations: Measurement, Practices & Impact on Patient Experiences with Care, an invited research symposium for the Health Academy Annual Research Meeting in Washington, D.C., June, 2008

Andrew Felo, Associate Professor, Accounting
Felo, A.  “Voluntary Disclosure Transparency, Board Independence and Expertise, and CEO Duality” at the 2009 Public Interest Section of the American Accounting Association Annual Meeting.

Dolores Fidishun, Librarian, Penn State Libraries; Head Librarian, Penn State Great Valley Library 
 
Fidishun, D. “Online Synchronous Library Instruction” as part of Omnipresent Librarian.  Pennsylvania Library Association Annual Conference (Pala), King of Prussia, PA, November 12, 2008. 
 
Fidishun, D. “Celebrating 25 Years of the ACRL Women’s Studies Section: Honoring Our Past as We Approach Our Future.”  American Library Association (ALA).  Anaheim, CA, June 28, 2008.

Kathryn Jablokow, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering

Jablokow, K. and DeCristoforo, D. “Sorting Out Creativity in Design Assessment,” Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), 2008. 

Pornsit Jiraporn, Assistant Professor of Finance

Jiraporn, P. “Does corporate governance affect capital structure?" Financial Management Association 2008, Dallas, Texas

Phillip Laplante, Professor, Software Engineering

Phil Laplante, “Creating Cyberpandemics”, SecureWorld, Philadelphia, May 7, 2008

Laplante, P."Open Source Alignment and Policies for Management panel discussion."Paper presented at the Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise presented by Chariot Solutions, March 26, 2008.

Barrie Litzky, Associate Professor, Management and Organization

Chun, J.U., Litzky, B., Bechtold, D., and Godshalk, V. "Examining emotional intelligence and trust in formal mentoring dyads."Paper presented at the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology Conference, San Francisco, CA,2008.

Jim Lyttle, Assistant Professor, Management and Organization

Lampert, M. D., Lyttle, J., & Isaacson, K. P. (2009, June 18-20). Cross-cultural variation in gelotophobia within the United States. Paper presented at part of the Symposium on Research into Gelotophobia at the 21st annual conference of the International Society for Humor Studies in Long Beach, CA.

Lyttle, J. (2009, June 17). The effective and responsible use of humor in therapy. Continuing Education Workshop as part of the annual conference of the Pennsylvania Psychological Association in Harrisburg, PA.

Lyttle, J. (2008, November 22). Ventriloquism with presentation software: Throwing your voice across the classroom. Workshop as part of the Technology in the Classroom Mini-Conference at the annual meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute in Baltimore, MD.

John McCool, Distinguished Professor, Systems Engineering

McCool, J.  "Multiple Comparisons for Weibull Shape Parameters and Percentiles."  Paper presented at the Joint Statistical Meetings in Washington, D.C., 2009.

Kimberly Merriman, Assistant Professor, Management and Organization

Merriman, K.K. (2010). "Lost in translation: Cultural interpretations of performance pay." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology (SIOP), Atlanta, GA.

Merriman, K. "Reward evaluative state: The trigger to equity theory principles." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA, 2008.

Ronald R. Musoleno, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership

"iPads: Mobile Tech Literacy for Education Students," PETE & C Conference, Hershey, PA (February 2013)

"iPads in the Classroom: Education Students Experience Mobile Technology," EDUCAUSE Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, Baltimore, MD (January 2013)

"Using iPads: Libraries and Faculty Members Working Together to Increase Student Technology Literacy," PaLA Conference, Gettysburg, PA (October 2012)

"High-Stakes Testing and Its Effects on Pennsylvania Middle Schools," Pennsylvania Middle School Association Conference, Hershey, PA (March 2011)

"Future Principals Meet eBooks in the Classroom," Pennsylvania Educational Technology Expo and Conference (PETE&C) Hershey, PA  ( February 2011)

"Kindling Interest in New Technologies," Library Research Seminar V, University of Maryland (October 2010).

"Partnering to Introduce eBooks into a Graduate Education Course," Pennsylvania Library Association Conference, Lancaster, PA (October 2010).

"Developing an Alumni Student Teacher Network," 39th Annual Teacher Education Assembly, Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Teacher Educators, Grantville, PA, October 2010).

Dae-il Nam, Assistant Professor of Management and Organization
Arvin, S., & Nam, D. (2009). Exploring the role of firm capabilities and institutional environment in the international market entry of firms from emerging economies. Paper presented at the 2009 Academy of International Business meeting.

Arthurs, J.D., Nam, D., Dalziel, T., White, R.E. (2009). Distractions, monitoring, and agency costs in the initial public offering. Paper presented at the 2009 Babson conference.

Nam, D., Arthurs, J.D., Nielsen, M., and Mousa, F. (2009). Information disclosure and IPO valuation:  What kinds of information matter and when is more information always better?  Paper presented at the 2008 Babson Conference (Irene M. McCarthy Best Paper Award for High Technology Entrepreneurship)

Arthurs, J.D., Nam, D., Nielsen, M., and Mousa, F. (2009). Property rights, dependence on transaction partners, and firm valuation:  Who appropriates value? Paper presented at the 2008 Babson Conference.

Nam, D., Trevino, J.L. and Cullen, J.B. Firm-and country-specific advantages: a multi-level analysis of internationalization. Paper presented at the 2008 Academy of International Business meeting.

Nam, D., Cullen, J.B., Arthurs, J.D., and Shin, S. Cultural ambivalence and firm innovation. Paper presented at the 2008 Academy of Management meeting.

Simon Pak, Associate Professor, Finance
Note: The first and the last conferences in Oslo, Norway resulted in a “Final Report From The Task Force on the Development Impact of Illicit Financial  Flows" http://altermonde.jp/pdf/081107.pdf.  My area of contribution was in trade mis-pricing as a channel for illicit financial flows for money laundering, tax evasion, capital flight and import duty fraud.
 
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Third Meeting of the Task Force on the Development Impact of Illicit Financial Flows, Oct 21-22- Norway, Oslo, Norway. Invited participant on “Examining the illicit financial flows from developing countries”

World Bank, Research Workshop on “Examining the illicit financial flows from developing countries” October 23, 2008, Oslo, Norway. Invited discussant on “a study on mis-pricing of trade between Jamaica and Norway” by Steinar Strøm (University of Torino)

United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Invited expert participant at the Ad Hoc Expert Group Meeting on Transfer Pricing - A Discussion of the practical issues for developing countries, August 27-28, 2008, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Organized by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, the Financing for Department Office. Cosponsored by International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation (IBFD)

The 2008 International Trade and Finance Association's eighteenth International Conference, May 21-24, 2008, Lisbon, Portugal. Cosponsored by Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Paper presented de Boyrie, “The Effect of Trade Misinvoicing on African Capital Flight.” (with Maria de Boyrie and Karen Duhala)

The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, The Second Meeting of the Task Force on the Development Impact of Illicit Financial Flows, 1-2 April 2008, Oslo, Norway. Invited speaker on “Trade Mis-Pricing as a Channel for Illicit Financial Flows”

Michael Piovoso, Professor, Electrical Engineering

Piovoso, M.  "HIV Treatment Optimization for Resistance Risk Management."  Presented at the Foundation of System Biology in Engineering, 2009.

Denise Potosky, Associate Professor, Management and Organization

Potosky, D.  Addressing the HRM Research Needs of Smaller Establishments: From the Best of HRM for the Rest of HRM.  Accepted for presentation at the Academy of Management Meetings in August, 2008, Anaheim, CA,  2008.

Potosky, D.  Similar Media Attributes Lead to Similar Learning Outcomes.  Association for Simulation and Experiential Learning (ABSEL), Charteston, SC, 2008.

Robin Qiu, Associate Professor, Information Science

Qui, R. “Application of Structural Equation Models and Principle Component Analysis for Improving an Engineering Program,” 2009 INFORMS Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 2009.

Qui, R. "Service Systems: Theory and Application," 2009 INFORMS Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 2009.

Qiu, R. “Services Definition and First Principles: Meta-Analysis,” 2008 Logic and Science of Service Conference, Honolulu, 2008.

Qui, R.  “Transformation Satisfaction Excellence: Automobile Service Competitiveness Study in the Global Market,” 2008 Logic and Science of Service Conference, Honolulu, 2008.

Qiu, R."From DRIP to USE: Towards User Satisfaction Excellence." Panel discussion presented at the Service Science Forum, Tianjin, China, 2008.

Qiu, R."RFID: improving the visibility of supply chains."Keynote address presented at the 9th Conference on Electronic Business – Theory and Application, Dacun, Taiwan, 2008.

David W. Russell, Professor, Electrical Engineering

Russell, D.W. “Where Lies the Factory of the Future?” Invited keynote address for the FAIM 2009 Flexible Automation and Intelligent Automation – 19th International Conference, July 10, 2009, in Teesside Middlesbrough, UK.

Russell, D.W. “A Metric for Rating the Effectiveness of Installed Industrial Automation Systems using an Adjusted Function Point Analysis.” Presented at the Proceedings of FAIM 2009 Flexible Automation and Intelligent Automation – 19th International Conference, July 6 – 8, 2009, in Teesside Middlesbrough, UK.

Russell, D.W. “Rating Industrial Automation System Efficiency and Satisfaction Levels Using an Adjusted Function Point Analysis.” Presented at the Proceedings of The 11th Mechatronics Forum Biennial International Conference: Mechatronics 2008, June 23 – 25, at University of Limerick, Ireland.

Russell D.W. “The Factory of the Future and the Knowledge Economy.” Presented at the Proceedings of ICAMT2008 – International Conference on Advanced Manufacturing Technology, February 6-8, 2008, in Chennai, India.

Raghvinder Sangwan, Associate Professor, Software Engineering

Sangwan, R. and Neill, C. "Characterizing Essential and Incidental Complexity in Software Architecture," Working IEEE Conference on Software Architecture, Cambridge, U.K., 2009.

Sangwan, R. "Integrating Architecture‐centric Methods into Object‐oriented Analysis and Design," Working IEEE Conference on Software Architecture, Cambridge, U.K., 2009.

Sangwan, R. and Ros, J., "Architecture Leadership and Management in Globally Distributed Software Development," in Proceedings of the first ACM Workshop on Leadership and Management in Software Architecture, International Conference of Software Engineering (ICSE), May 11, 2008, Leipzig, Germany, pp. 17 – 22.

Mary Catherine Scheeler, Associate Professor of Special Education

Scheeler, M. C. (2008, November). Are we forgetting something? Why we need generalization training in teacher preparation. Presentation at the annual convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Teacher Education Division, Dallas, TX. 

Scheeler, M. C., & Rock, M. L., Lee, D. L. (2008, November). Bug-in-Ear technology: Exploring alternative devices and examining effects on teacher behavior. Presentation at the annual convention of the Council for Exceptional Children, Teacher Education Division, Dallas, TX.

Auld, R., & Scheeler, M. C."Positive behavior support training for pre-service teachers in general education settings." Poster presented at the 5th annual conference on positive behavior support, Chicago, IL, 2008.

John Sosik, Professor, Management and Organization

Ferguson, V.L., Edwards, G.M., Kral, K.L., & Sosik, J.J. (2009). Group potency and creativity: The moderating effect of gender diversity. Proceedings of the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management, October 2009, Washington DC, pp. 179-189.

Sosik, J.J., & Moss, J.A. (2009). Impact of leadership development in graduate business education: Program development and proposed study. Proceedings of the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management, October 2009, Washington DC, pp. 236-245 (Best Paper Award).

Sosik, J.J. (2008). That lucky old sun: Career lessons of a full professor. Invited presentation as part of Career Mapping III: Approaching the Academic Summit panel discussion (C. Hutchison, Chair). National meetings of the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management, Orlando, FL, October 2008.

Juzbasich, J., & Sosik, J.J. (2008). Effects of gender composition of leader-follower dyads and leaders’ level of moral development on charismatic leadership ratings. Proceedings of the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management, October 2008, Orlando, FL, pp. 28-40. (Best Paper Award).

Sosik, J.J., Chun, J.U., Litzky, B.E., Bechtold, D., & Godshalk, V.M. Examining emotional intelligence and trust in formal mentoring dyads. Presented as part of symposium (J.D. Lock, Chair) Building successful mentorship programs: New research, lessons and best practices, National meetings of the Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, April 2008, San Francisco, CA, 2008.

Wiechun Zhu, Assistant Professor, Management and Organization

The impact of transformational leadership on organizational identification: The role of psychological empowerment. The 25th Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Annual Conference. Apr., 2010, Atlanta, GA.   

Virtue-based measure of ethical leadership. The Academy of Management (AOM) Annual Meeting. Aug. 2009, Chicago, IL.

The effects of leadership on follower ethical decision making. The AOM Annual Meeting. Aug. 2009, Chicago, IL.

The impact of ethical leadership on follower moral identity: The mediating role of psychological empowerment. The International Leadership Association (ILA) Annual Conference. Nov., 2008, Los Angeles, CA. 

The effect of leadership on follower moral identity: Does transformational/transactional style make a difference?  The AOM Annual Meeting. Aug., 2008, Anaheim, CA.   

Authentic transformational leadership and follower moral decision making: The role of follower moral identity and moral intensity. The 23rd Society of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP) Annual Conference. Apr., 2008, San Francisco, CA.

Doris Lee, Professor, Instructional Systems

Lee, D., Hasan, J., & Edelstein-Henry, L. (2009, June). Knowledge transfer and learning management systems in the workplace.  Paper Presentation at the Annual Knowledge Management in Organizations, Taipei, Taiwan.

Hasan, J. & Lee, D. (2008, November). Learning management systems. Paper Presentation at the conference of the Pennsylvania/Delaware/New Jersey Distance Learning Association, Malvern, PA.

Tono, L. & Lee, D. (2008, November).  Learning objets.  Paper Presentation at the conference of the Pennsylvania/Delaware/New Jersey Distance Learning Association, Malvern, PA.

Lee, D. & Tono, L. (2008, July).  Learning objects in corporate training.  Paper Presentation at ICAIT 2008:  2008 International Conference on Accounting and Information Technology, Taipei, Taiwan.  (Distinguished Paper Award).

Lee, D. & Hasan, J. (2008, July).  Learning management systems in corporations:  status and critical issues.  Paper Presentation at ICAIT 2008:  2008 International Conference on Accounting and Information Technology, Taipei, Taiwan.