Thursday, April 2, 2015

Fuel My Career Challenge Featured On KASA

Alexandria Chavez and Jacob Moffitt, two Marketing students competing in the Fuel My Career challenge, were recently featured on KASA 2 News.

UNM is one of 20 schools throughout the country participating in the Energy and Jobs Tomorrow Case Challenge. The program, sponsored by the American Petroleum Institute (API) and developed and managed by EdVenture Partners, challenges students to create an integrated marketing campaign aimed at educating and informing millennials of the wide range of jobs available in the oil and natural gas industry, and driving the target market to the Oil and Gas Workforce website. 

Students in John Benavidez's digital marketing course have formed a student-run agency to develop and execute the campaign, using a $1,500 budget provided by API. In addition to receiving scholarship awards, the top three participating schools will be invited to present their research, campaign plan and results to the API Communications Committee and senior executives in San Francisco.

Find the video HERE!

Kathryn Jacobson and Ryan Jacobson: Publication

Dr. Kathryn Jacobson and Dr. Ryan Jacobson, Department of Organizational Studies, have recently had a paper accepted for publication in Social, Psychological, and Personality Science. Their paper, 'Self-control moderates the effectiveness of influence attempts highlighting injunctive social norms,' is co-authored with C.R. Mortensen and R.B. Cialdini and will be published in an upcoming edition.

Congratulations to both!

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Shawn Berman: Publication

Dr. Shawn Berman, Department of Organizational Studies, has recently had a paper accepted by the Journal of Business Ethics. His paper,'Corporate Social Performance and Economic Cycles,'  co-authored with Jeff Harrison, will be published in an upcoming edition.

Congratulations to Dr. Berman!

Xin Luo: Appointments And Publications

Congratulations to Dr. Xin Luo, Marketing, Information, and Decision Sciences, on the following appointments and publications:

Editorial Appointments:
Associate Editor – Decision Science
Guest Editor – Decision Support Systems
Associate Editor – European Journal of Information Systems

Grant Appointment:
Invited Review Panelist – National Science Foundation

• “Does Team Climate Matter? An Empirical Study of the Impact of Coworker Influence and Confucian Work Ethic on Individual Deviance Behavior,” Information & Management, with Hanpeng Zhang and Liao Qinyu Liao
• “Automated Negotiation for E-commerce Decision Making: A Goal Deliberated Agent Architecture for Multi-Strategy Selection” Decision Support Systems, with Mukun Cao and Xudong Luo
• “Examining the Moderating Role of Sense of Virtual Community in Online Review Evaluation,” Information & Management, with Chuan Luo, Yun Xu, Merrill Warkentin, and Choonling Sia
• “A Holistic Understanding of Non-Users' Adoption of University Campus Wireless Network: An Empirical Investigation,” Computers in Human Behavior, with Qinyu Liao, Anil Gurung, and Weihua Shi
• "Factors Influencing E-Tax Filing Adoption Intention by Business Users in China," Electronic Government, with Qinyu Liao and Bingjia Shao
• “Explaining Consumer Satisfaction of Services: The Role of Innovativeness and Emotion in an Electronic Mediated Environment,” Decision Support Systems, with Hua Dai, Qinyu Liao, and Mukun Cao
• “Exploring the Effects of Organizational Justice, Personal Ethics, and Sanction on Internet Use Policy Compliance,” Information Systems Journal, with Han Li, Jie Zhang, and Rathindra Sarathy.

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Dr. Berman Presentation At Honors College

Dr. Shawn Berman, Department of Organizational Studies, is currently serving as a Honors Distinguished Teaching Fellow for Spring 2015.  As part of this appointment, all Honors Distinguished are required to give a talk.  His presentation will be on April 8, at 4 pm in the Honors College Forum, located on the ground floor of the Student Health Center building . He will speak about the changing employment relationship and the challenges it presents to graduates in the 21st century. The event is open to all.

Anderson Advisement In UNM Newsroom

UNM Anderson's Advisement Center was recently featured in an article in UNM Newsroom. The article focused on the unique resources offered by Advisement, helping students to polish their personal brand and prepare them for the professional world. The article touches on academic advisement best practices, career services, and personal presentation.