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.
Dr. Carol Wittmeyer, associate professor of management, co-facilitated the session "This Generation Roundtable -Many Voices and Many Choices" at the Cornell University Annual Families in Business Conference held at Cornell Oct. 21 & 22. Several SBU students attended, including MBA students Ben Marcus and Stephanie Dolliver, and undergraduate students Ryland Wiseman and Michael Poisson. The workshop attended by students, "Building Emotional Maturing in the Family and in the Business," was led by John Engel, '75, founder of Leadership Coaching. The trip was funded by Betty Ramming, who donated to the business school in honor of her late husband, Allan Ramming, ’63, owner of Electro Abrasive Corporation.
Dr. Paul G. Barretta, associate professor of marketing, had an article accepted by Journal of Issues in Intercollegiate Athletics titled "Consumer Perceptions of the Inaugural College Football Championship Tournament: A Longitudinal Study." The article reports on a study he conducted using a panel of sports fans; it will be available online in the near future.
Dr. Carol Fischer, professor of accounting, co-authored an article with Susan Anders, professor of accounting at Midwestern State University (and formerly at SBU), that has been accepted for publication in The CPA Journal. The article is titled "Best Bets in Tax Software: 2016 Annual Survey of New York State Practitioners" and will appear in the November 2016 issue of the journal. This represents the 15th annual survey that they have conducted and published.
Dr. Carl J. Case, professor of business information systems, and Darwin L. King, professor of accounting, had their paper titled "Phishing: Are Undergraduates at Risk and Prepared?" published in the journal Issues in Information Systems. The paper was also presented at the International Association for Computer Information Systems annual conference.
Dr. Carol Wittmeyer, associate professor of management, served on a panel to discuss the relationship between family business and entrepreneurship programs at The Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Center's annual meeting, which was held at the University of Rochester in September.
Business First announced that Edward J. Bysiek, CPA, CEO of Bysiek CPA, PLLC, and adjunct professor of accounting and finance at St. Bonaventure University, was selected as a recipient of its Buffalo 612’ awards, which honor the region’s best C-level executives. C-Level executives (CEOs, CFOs, COOs, etc.) are the ones who know how to navigate the obstacles, see clearly through the clouds, and ultimately lead the way. The award is significant, as Bysiek is the only Southern Tier native being honored. A luncheon reception at the Hyatt Regency in Buffalo will be held on October 13 to honor this year's award winners.
Students and faculty presented papers at the Business Research Consortium of Western New York Conference, held in Niagara Falls on April 16. Drew Chaddock, MBA student and graduate assistant, presented “Employing Project Management Software as a Learning Tool in the Business Classroom” conference. He co-authored the paper with fellow student Sarah Colarusso and faculty members Dr. Todd Palmer and Dr. Carol Wittmeyer.
Zachary Rodriguez, graduate student, presented “The Impact of Microfinance on Pro-Social Behaviors: Experimental Evidence of Public Goods Contributions in Uganda.”
Dr. Mike Fischer and Dr. Carol Fischer co-authored two papers that were presented at the conference: “What Do We Know About Corporate Social Responsibility Reports? A Review of the Recent Accounting Literature” and “How Western New York CPA Licensure Qualifying Programs Are Meeting the Accounting Research Requirement.” The latter was co-authored with Kristin Woodhead, MBA student and graduate assistant, who participated in the presentation of the paper.
Dr. Carol Wittmeyer, associate professor of management, published “Planning for the Unexpected” for the May issue of the National Shoe Retailers Association Magazine. This is the first article in a series related to family business planning for continuity, contingency and other scenarios.
Dr. Durriya H. Z. Khairullah, professor of marketing, and Dr. Zahid Y. Khairullah, professor of management and industrial management, presented their paper, “Acculturation and Marketing Decisions,” at the 2016 International Academy of Business Disciplines Conference. Zahid served on the Board of Directors of the conference, as well as a track chair for the Applied Management Science & Decision Support Systems.
Dr. Durriya H. Z. Khairullah, professor of marketing and advisor of the American Marketing Association (AMA)/Marketing Club, and John Stevens, lecturer of management and advisor of the Management Club, organized a trip to Boston on April 8-10 for their club members. The purpose of the trip was to visit businesses and attend an alumni reception. They visited Wayfair, an online retail company that has grown exponentially over the past few years. Here they were given a presentation and tour by two SBU alumni. In the afternoon they visited Huxley Associates, a recruiting company for high tech companies. In the evening, a reception was well attended by our alumni, who also told the students that they would help them with their job searches.
Dr. Michael Fischer, professor of accounting, had a paper titled “Relevance Regained? An Examination of the Contents of Introduction to Management Accounting,” accepted for publication in the Academy of Business Research Journal.
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