Faculty Notes: September-October 2016

Faculty Notes: September-October 2016


Professor Kenneth Henry was featured in a question-and-answer interview in the May – August issue of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Caribbean L-I-N-K-S newsletter.

Department of Information Systems and Business Analytics

Carlos M. Parra, clinical professor, was featured on the “Philanthropy and Private Social Investing Actions for Sustainable Development” panel at the Philanthropy and Private Social Investing – Building bridges with LATAM event in Miami, Sept. 6.

Department of Management & International Business

Professor Jerry Haar penned an op-ed titled “United States manufacturing trumps Trump,” which appeared in the Miami Herald, Sept. 8.

Haar as well authored “Inbound FDI: A bright spot for The U.S. in global commerce,” that ran in Latin Trade Sept. 20.

Samantha C. Paustian Underdahl, assistant professor, was quoted in a Sept. 6, story in The Dallas Morning News titled “Should Employers Know You are on Birth Control? Wellness Data Raises Concerns.”

Paustian-Underdahl also presented at the Southern Management Association conference, in the Annual Doctoral Student Consortium Early-Stage Cohort, in a session titled “Early Decisions In Research: Choosing A Path And Moving Forward,” held Oct. 26, in Charlotte, N.C.

Department of Marketing

Nancy Richmond, instructor, spoke about the future of social media and technology on a panel titled, “Welcome to the Digital World (Whether You’re Ready of Not).” at the WorldCity HR Conference held Sept. 22 in Coral Gables.

Tibor and Sheila Hollo School of Real Estate

Professor Marcos Kerbel was quoted in a Sept.14 El Nuevo Herald story titled “Propietarios de condo en Hialeah envueltos en una agria disputa con la junta” (Condo owners in Hialeah wrapped up in a bitter dispute with the board).

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