Marshall Faculty Publications, Awards, and Honors: August 2023
PETER CARDON has an article on Communication Apprehension Among Autistic Professionals published in Business and Professional Communication Quarterly.
MARION PHILADELPHIA’S article “Strengthening the Organization from the Inside Out: Identifying Workplace Problems to Build and Sustain Employee Motivation” was published in the book New Leadership Communication—Inspire Your Horizon.
Data Sciences & Operations
ANDREW DAW was awarded a grant to support student travel to the IFIP conference in November.
YINGYING FAN gave the Medallion Award Lecture in Toronto for the Institute of Mathematical Statistics.
CHRIS GOPAL testified before Congress at the United States - China Economic and Security Review Commission.
ADEL JAVANMARD has research accepted to the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society that considers the fundamental problem of assessing the goodness-of-fit for a general binary classifier.
MLADEN KOLAR, along with coauthors, has a paper accepted by the Journal of American Statistical Association (JASA) on Latent Multimodal Functional Graphical Model Estimation.
LORENA MARTIN was given a National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute award for her research, "Assessment of environment and the 24-hour activity cycle in Hispanic/Latina women through GIS and machine learning techniques.
Finance & Business Economics
METE KILIC has a paper forthcoming in the Journal of Monetary Economicson the appeal of variance for investors.
DAN O’LEARY received the AICPA's Mark Chain/Deloitte Innovation in Graduate Teaching Award for his “Innovation Lab” course.
JOAO RAMOS has research forthcoming in the American Economic Review, “A Road to Efficiency through Communication and Commitment.”
Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies
KATRINA BROWNELL was awarded the Academy of Management’s NFIB Dissertation Award for Outstanding Research in the Fields of Entrepreneurship and Independent Business.
Leventhal School of Accounting
TRACIE MAJORS had a paper “How does depletion interact with auditors’ skeptical dispositions to affect auditors’ challenging of managers in negotiations?” accepted for publication in Contemporary Accounting Research.
TJ WONG had a paper on transparency accepted by the Journal of Accounting and Economics
Gizem Ceylon PhD '22, KRISTIN DIEHL, and WENDY WOOD had their research on using visual content to incentivize consumers published in the Journal of Marketing and featured by the American Marketing Association.
SHA YANG has a paper forthcoming in Management Science on the impact of reviews on consumer choice.