Recent Faculty Books, Articles & Exhibits

6/22/2011

Susan Atherton, Business Law and Ethics, published “Shareholder Derivative Challenges to Boards’ Executive Compensation Decisions: The Impact of Case Law and Regulations After Disney” in the Business Law Review.

Eric Bellone and Graham Kelder, Applied Legal Studies, have published two papers: “Labels Matter: Branding Theory in Higher Education and Naming Patterns in Legal and Paralegal Studies Programs” and "Goals of the Paralegal Educator: Beyond the Basics" in the peer-reviewed The Empowered Paralegal Professionalism Anthology, Carolina Academic Press, 2011.

Linda Brown, Foundation Studies & Fine Arts, had an exhibition “Habits of Growth,” featuring sculptures with living plants, at the Kingston Gallery in Boston.

Krisanne Bursik, associate dean of the College, and Julia Gefter, doctoral student in Clinical Psychology, have published a co-authored manuscript “Still Stable After All These Years: Perceptions of Sexual Harassment in Academic Contexts” in the peer-reviewed Journal of Social Psychology, 2011, 151(3), 331-349.

Anthony G. Eonas, Business Law and Ethics, and Erin M. Secord published “Exploring the Creditor’s Duty of Reasonable Care Under UCC Article 9 Amidst Recession and Revision” in the Oregon Law Review.

Jerry Gianakis, Public Management. His article "Critical Questions for the Transition to Defined Contribution Pension Systems in the Public Sector,” co-authored with Howard Frank and Milena I. Neshkova of Florida International University, has been accepted for publication in the American Review of Public Administration. His paper “Innovations in Public Sector Supply Chain Management” with Cliff McCue of Florida Atlantic University, will be published in the Journal of Public Procurement, Vol.12, No. 1, 2012.

“Charles Burnett: The Power to Endure,” a film retrospective featured at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, included the Suffolk-affiliated documentary “Nat Turner: A Troublesome Property.” The film is the product of collaboration between Charles Burnett, a 2010 Suffolk honorary degree recipient, College Dean Kenneth Greenberg, and Frank Christopher, a 2009 Visiting Scholar in the College of Arts and Sciences. The three collaborators wrote the film, with Greenberg and Christopher acting as producers and Burnett as director. It was screened nationally on PBS in 2003 and has since been shown in film venues across the world, including the Louvre in Paris.

Susan Orsillo, Psychology. Her book The Mindful Way though Anxiety: Break Free from Chronic Worry and Reclaim Your Life is being translated into Spanish, German and Finnish.

Sebastián Royo, associate dean of the College and director of the Madrid campus, has published “Lessons from Portugal and Spain in the EU after 25 years: The Challenges of Economic Reforms” in Spain in the European Union: The First Twenty-Five Years (1986-2011).

Lydia Segal, Business Law and Ethics. She co-authored, with L. Gideon and M.R. Haberfeld, “Comparing the Ethical Attitudes of Business and Criminal Justice Students” in Social Science Quarterly.

Miriam Weismann, Business Law and Ethics. Her paper “Achieving the Goal of Credible Regulatory Oversight” was accepted for publication in Academy of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues. It also received the Distinguished Research Award at the Allied Academies Spring 2011 International Conference.

Dmitry Zinoviev and Vy Duong, Math and Computer Science, published the paper "A Game Theoretical Approach to Broadcast Information Diffusion in Social Networks" in Proceedings of Spring Simulation Multiconference, Boston, April 2011. Zinoviev also wrote the chapter "Information Diffusion in Social Networks" for Social Networking and Community Behavior Modeling: Qualitative and Quantitative Measures, IGI Global 2011.

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