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Susan Wise attends AHEAD conference

August 25, 2011

Susan Wise, Coordinator for Disabilities Services, attended the national AHEAD conference in Seattle, Washington, July 11-16, 2010. AHEAD or Association on Higher Education and Disability has delivered quality training to higher education personnel through conferences, workshops, publications and consultation since 1977. AHEAD members represent a diverse network of professionals who actively address disability issues on their campuses and in the field of higher education.

Matthew Valle, Kaitlyn Schultz publish journal article

August 25, 2011

Matthew Valle, professor of management in the Love School of Business, and alumna Kaitlyn Schultz, admissions counselor in the Office of Admissions and Financial Planning, have recently published their research on the factors that contribute to the production of significant (top-tier) research outputs in the management discipline.

Ron Klepcyk receives CUPA-HR’s Distinguished Service Award

August 25, 2011

Ron Klepcyk, director of human resources at Elon University, has been honored by the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources with its 2011 Distinguished Service Award in recognition of his work with the association through constituent activities, such as governance or leadership roles, and through professional development contributions in support of the association.

Larry Garber featured on IMT-Ghaziabad website

August 25, 2011

Larry Garber, associate professor of marketing at Elon and visiting associate professor at the Institute of Management Technology in Ghaziabad, India, was recently interviewed about his interests, research and experience this summer teaching integrated marketing courses at IMT.

Todd Coleman Serves on Barlow Board

August 25, 2011

Todd Coleman, associate professor of music and coordinator of music technology, spent the first week of August adjudicating scores and recordings entered in the Barlow Endowment's international music composition prize - a $12,000 commission to compose a major new work for woodwind quintet.

Michelle Ferrier shares startup tips at journalism conference

August 25, 2011

Media entrepreneurship comes in many sizes and would-be entrepreneurs should consider how their passions might grow into full-blown enterprises, said associate professor Michelle Ferrier at the National Association of Black Journalists in Philadelphia on Aug. 12-13 in Philadelphia.

David Vandermast chairs chapter meeting

August 25, 2011

David Vandermast, associate professor of biology and environmental studies, chaired the meeting of the Southeastern Chapter of the Ecological Society of America in Austin, Texas, on August 10.

Burpitt and Valle publish article on balancing exploration and exploitation

August 25, 2011

Bill Burpitt, LSB associate dean for graduate and executive programs and professor of management, and Matthew Valle, professor of management, recently published an article, “Balancing Exploration and Exploitation in a Declining Industry: Antecedents to Firm Adaptation Strategy and Performance,” in the most recent issue (21, 1) of the Journal of Small Business Strategy. The article explores why some firms are better able than others to adapt to threatening changes in their markets.