Dr. Carl J. Case, professor of business information systems, and Darwin L. King, professor of accounting, had their paper titled “Internet Trolling Victimization: An Empirical Examination of Incidence in Undergraduate Business Students" published in the Research in Higher Education Journal.
Darwin L. King, professor of accounting, and Edward D. King had an article published in the March 2017 issue of the Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly. The article is titled "An Overview of Timber Accounting and Taxation Principles and Practices." This is the 41st article that King has published in the Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly since 2000.
Dr. Carl J. Case, professor of business information systems, and Darwin L. King, professor of accounting, earned a Best Paper Award from the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences for their paper titled "Internet Trolling in Social Networking Sites: A Preliminary Investigation of Undergraduate Student Victimization." The paper was also accepted to be published in the American Society of Business and Behavioral Sciences Journal.
Nguyen Pham, assistant professor of marketing, had her research on the psychology of food choices featured in an article on Forbes.com. Read the article, titled "Surprise - Here's What Happens When You Try To Help Your Spouse Lose Weight," here.
Darwin L. King, professor of accounting, and Edward D. King had an article published in the September 2016 issue of the Oil, Gas & Energy Quarterly. The article is titled "A Brief History of the Evolution of Percentage Depletion." King has done research in natural resource accounting and taxation for the last 17 years. The majority of his research in this area involves timber accounting and taxation. This is the 40th article that King has published in this journal since 2000.
John Stevens, management lecturer, received the 2016 Distinguished Service Award from Leadership Cattaraugus during the organization’s annual dinner in December. In presenting the award, board member Jesse Gugino stated that Stevens has given 13 years of dedicated service to Leadership Cattaraugus. Stevens was one of the founders of Leadership Cattaraugus, meeting monthly to develop the program starting in 2003 and launching it 2004. He served as the LC board president for many years, and has been a board member since the program was founded. He volunteers at the Opening Retreat, Leadership Day and serves on the Curriculum Committee. Gugino said, “John is a valuable asset to the Board of Directors, his tireless service and commitment to Leadership Cattaraugus makes him an outstanding candidate for this award.” Dr. Matrecia James, dean of the School of Business, gave the keynote address during the annual dinner and celebration that marked graduation day for Leadership Cattaraugus’ Class of 2016.
Dr. Paul G. Barretta, chair of the Department of Marketing in the School of Business, had an article published in Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics titled “Consumer Perceptions of the Inaugural College Football Championship Tournament: A Longitudinal Study.” Barretta ran a sports fan research panel gathering data leading up to and following the inaugural playing of the first NCAA College Football Championship Tournament that included a four-team playoff in 2014-2015. The article is available online at http://csri-jiia.org/documents/publications/research_articles/2016/JIIA_2016_9_12_433.pdf.
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