2019 End of Spring CBM Newsletter Faculty Accomplishments

Faculty Accomplishments

Dr. Shipra Gupta, Award for Scholarship

Dr. Gupta and Merve Coskun

Winner of Best Doctoral Paper and Best Paper Overall – 1st Runner Up for a paper working with Merve Coskun “Store Disorderliness Effect: Shopper’s Competitive Behaviors in a Fast-Fashion Retail Store,” at American Collegiate Retailing Association (ACRA) Conference, Tucson, AZ, April 4-April 6, 2019. Pictured: Dr. Gupta and PhD candidate, Merve Coskun

Dr. Xiaoqing Li, 2019 Spencer Faculty Award Recipient

Dr. Xiaoqing Li

Dr. Xiaoqing Li, Professor Management Information Systems, received the prestigious 2019 Spencer Faculty Award given to a faculty member as recognition for a cumulative record of significant public service and service to the academic community.

Dr. Benjamin Walsh, 2018 Editor Commendation for publication

The following paper received a 2018 Editor Commendation at the Journal of Business and Psychology, which is an “A” journal in the Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List. This distinction is given to 12 out of 600 papers submitted to JBP. Walsh, B., Lee, J., Jensen, J., McGonagle, A., & Samnani, A.-K. (2018). Positive Leader Behaviors and Workplace Incivility: the Mediating Role of Perceived Norms for Respect. Journal of Business and Psychology33(4), 495–508.

Dr. Matthew Brown, Visiting Faculty at Montana State

Dr. Matthew Brown and students

In fall 2018 Dr. Brown was a visiting faculty at a student program on environmental preservation at Montana State University attended by students from around the country.