Doctoral Student Mycah Harrold looked at how identifying as feminist influenced women’s purchases of beauty-related products. The findings were surprising: Women who identified as feminists placed more value—and spent more—on items such as makeup, grooming products, and other accessories than their non-feminist peers.» More ...
Dogan Gursoy, Taco Bell Distinguished Professor in Hospitality Business Management, discussed his findings in a study of 800 people nationwide between February and May 2021, and their attitudes about getting vaccinated against COVID-19 in Ellie Nakamoto-White’s article published October 18, 2021, on YakTriNews.com.
Jerry Goodstein, a retired professor in the Department of Management, Information Systems, and Entrepreneurship at WSU Vancouver, joined a LinkedIn Live broadcast with Louis Carter on September 23, 2021, where he discussed the Giving Voice to Values: How to Speak Your Mind When You Know What’s Right and Become an Ethical Leader curriculum.
Chip Hunter, dean of the Carson College of Business, was featured in Seattle Met in Malia Alexander’s September 10, 2021, article about remote work and its effect on Gen Z workers. Chance Townsend also cited the findings in his article “The Gen Z Perspective on Hybrid Work” published August 12, 2021, in PCMag India.
Jeff Joireman, professor and chair of the Department of Marketing and International Research, discussed morale during cost-cutting measures in a Phys.org article published July 12, 2021.
Nancy Swanger, founding director of the Granger Cobb Institute for Senior Living and associate dean of inter-college partnerships, was interviewed for a video produced by Argentum and dBase Media about the senior living industry. The video debuted September 14, 2021, at the Argentum Senior Living Executive Conference and Expo in Phoenix.