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Research & Popular Press December 2016

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WSU’s Senior Housing Management Class Grows

Nancy Swanger, director of the School of Hospitality Business Management and associate dean, discusses what makes the school’s senior living course successful and attractive to students interested in the senior housing management niche in her article published in the February 11, 2016 issue of the Spokane Journal of Business.

KD Joshi

How Black Men, Vets are Uniquely Qualified for STEM Jobs

K.D. Joshi, professor of management, information systems and entrepreneurship, discusses how military veterans and black men, two groups that have previously lacked opportunities in STEM fields but possess unique soft skills, can meet the need for a larger, skilled workforce across the state of Washington in her article published in the February 19, 2016 issue of the Puget Sound Business Journal.

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Free Student Consultancy Helps Farrar’s Bistro Grow

Mistie Josephson, Business Growth MAP manager, WSU Vancouver, describes how MAP students helped Farrar’s Bistro, a neighborhood grill, achieve an 18 percent growth in revenue in her article, published in the April 29, 2016 issue of the Vancouver Business Journal.

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Co-working spaces may help fuel local tech industry

Iis Tussyadiah, associate clinical professor of hospitality business management, WSU Vancouver, discusses the demand for co-working space in her article, published in the June 3, 2016 edition of the Vancouver Business Journal.

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Addressing Ethical Conflicts Directly in the Workplace: Frameworks are Available for Handling Such Issues,

Jane Cote, academic director of the Carson College of Business, WSU Vancouver, and Clair Latham, associate professor of accounting at WSU Vancouver discuss how to respond when values or ethics are challenged in the workplace in their work, published in the July 14, 2016 issue of the Spokane Journal of Business.

Workplace Conflict and Bringing Voice to Your Values

Cote and Latham are also featured in their work, published in the July 15, 2016 issue of the Vancouver Business Journal.

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Non-GMO Menu Items Can Earn Higher Markups

Dogan Gursoy, professor of hospitality business management, discusses his study that found customers will pay extra to eat restaurant meals free of genetically modified ingredients in his article, published in the July 28, 2016 issue of Restaurant Hospitality.

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Are You Present or Future Oriented?

Jeff Joireman, associate professor of marketing, discusses how spending habits and financial responsibility can be influenced by whether a person is present or future oriented in his article, published in the August 26 issue of the Vancouver Business Journal.

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All Facets of Faculty

David Sprott, senior associate dean for faculty, research, and international programs, and Andrew Perkins, associate professor of marketing, discuss strategies to help faculty manage workload and contribute research in his work, published in the August 19, 2016 issue of BizEd.

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Northwest Wine Schools Embrace Business Coursework

Robert Harrington, professor of hospitality business management, discusses the Wine Business Management Certificate in his article published in the September 21, 2016 issue of Wines & Vines. The certificate is also featured in Sip Northwest Magazine and in Washington Tasting Room Magazine.

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18 Ideas for Campus Career Center Events and Services

Suzi Billington, director of the Carson Center for Student Success, discusses strategies the Carson Center uses to help students productively use wait time leading up to the fall career expo in the article, published in the September 30, 2016 issue of University Business.

Research & Popular Press September 2016

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The Olympics and Other Mega Events: A Boon or a Burden for Local Communities

Dogan Gursoy, professor of hospitality business management, discusses the effect of the Olympics on local communities in his article published in the July 25, 2016 issue of Triple Pundit.

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New Way to Help Tech Business Grow, Impact the Region,”

Mistie Josephson, Business Growth MAP manager at WSU Vancouver, introduces the MAP Tech Collective, a cohort that helps technology businesses grow and benefit the economy in the Vancouver region in her article published in the January 29, 2016 issue of the Vancouver Business Journal.

Darrel Muehling

Reminiscing and the Power of Nostalgia in Advertising

Darrel Muehling, professor and chair of the Department of Marketing and International Business, explores the power of nostalgia in advertising in his article published in the May 20, 2016 issue of the Vancouver Business Journal.

Research & Popular Press June 2016

Christina Chi

Hotel Greenwashing Dirties Eco-friendly Reputation

Christina Chi, associate professor of hospitality business management, investigates the consequences of greenwashing in the lodging industry and suggest ways hotels can establish credibility in consumers’ minds in her article featured in the October 12, 2015 edition of Eco-Business.

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Tackling Job Burnout and Keeping Guests Happy: How Training and Recruiting Techniques Can Kill Two Birds With One Stone

Jenny Kim, professor of hospitality business management, provides expertise on steps hotel managers can take to help reduce burnout and subsequent job turnover among employees in her article featured in the December 16, 2015 issue of Restaurant Hospitality.

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People’s Time Orientation Can Affect Their Fiscal Decisions: Physical, Cognitive Habits Strengthen Self-control

Jeff Joireman, associate professor of marketing, examines how individuals’ time orientation can affect their fiscal management in his article featured in the December 3, 2015 issue of the Spokane Journal of Business.

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Flipped Classrooms Boost Learning: Model Provides Students Hands-on Business Skills

Andrew Perkins, associate professor of marketing, discusses the many benefits of the “flipped-classroom” model in his article featured in the April 7, 2016 issue of the Spokane Journal of Business.

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Microtask Crowdsourcing Can Both Empower and Marginalise Workers

K.D. Joshi, professor of management, information systems, and entrepreneurship, shares insights from her deep analysis of crowd workers’ values in her blog featured in the April 16, 2016 issue of the LSE Business Review published by the London School of Economics.

Popular Press March 2016

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Crime and Punishment? Redefining Ethics Programs through Restorative Practices

Ken Butterfield, chair and associate professor of management, information systems, and entrepreneurship, provids insights on restorative justice in his article featured in the December 8, 2015 issue of HR People & Strategy.

 “Three Dos and Don’ts of Social Media

Kim Houser, clinical associate professor of business law, shared her expertise in social media law in her article featured in the December 11, 2015 issue of the Puget Sound Business Journal.

KD Joshi

 “Building a Veteran Workforce: How Higher Ed and the IT Field Can Help

K.D. Joshi, professor of management, information systems, and entrepreneurship, suggests ways to reduce barriers that may deter veterans from building civilian careers in her article featured in the December 11, 2015 issue of Military.com