2007 Academic Conference

Scholarship of Application: Integration & Connections

March 22nd

12 Noon-8pm

Research Poster Session

Function Room
David J. Sargent Law School

Yvonne Wells, Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences
Jennifer Duffy, Education & Human Services, College of Arts & Sciences
Doris Lewis, Chemistry, College of Arts & Sciences
Nancy Hackett, NESAD, College of Arts & Sciences
Eric Sullivan, Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences
Natalia Perova, Physics, College of Arts & Sciences
Scott Lussier, Environmental Engineering, College of Arts & Sciences
Rachel Kipp, Chemistry, College of Arts & Sciences
Walter Johnson, Physics, College of Arts & Sciences
Patricia Hogan, Environmental Engineering, College of Arts & Sciences
Justin Hill, Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences
Peter Vernig, Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences
Jonathan Lee, Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences
Kerry Silvia, Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences
Angela Burke, Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences
Christina Theodore-Oklota, Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences
Craig Christensen, Electrical Engineering, College of Arts & Sciences
Art Ferguson, Psychology, College  of Arts & Sciences
Peter Burn, Biology, College of Arts & Sciences

1:30-3pm

Concurrent Sessions

Session #1

Law School
SGT 385

Future Directions in Education

Victoria Dodd, Law
Joseph McCarthy, Education & Human Services, College of Arts & Sciences
Yvonne Wells, Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences

 

Session #2

Law School
SGT 365

A Conversation about "Intelligent Careers"

Michael Arthur, Management, Sawyer Business School

 

Session #3

Law School
SGT 655 (Lab)

Session #3A

Law School
SGT 295

EZ Analyze - Data Analysis Tool for Teaching Basic Statistics

Tim Poynton, Education & Human Services, College of Arts & Sciences


Alternative Approaches to Economic Governance: A Comparison of Conceptual Frameworks Underlying Financial Reporting (GAAP), Valuation under corporate law and disclosure under securities law

James Cataldo, Accounting, Sawyer Business School
Morris McInnes, Associate Dean, Sawyer Business School
Anthony Polito, Law School
Joseph Franco, Law School

3-4:30pm

Concurrent Sessions

Session #4

Law School
SGT 265

Innovative Business Strategies

H. Thomas O’Hara, Finance, Sawyer Business School
Ken Hung, ISOM, Sawyer Business School
Lin Guo, Finance, Sawyer Business School
Alberto Zanzi, Management, Sawyer Business School

 

Session #5

Law School
SGT 295

The Artist, University and Society

Robert Brustein, Moderator
Robert Bellinger, History, College of Arts & Sciences
Charles Guiliano, NESAD, College of Arts & Sciences
Fred Marchant, English, College of Arts & Sciences
Maxine Hong-Kingston, Distinguished Scholar, College of Arts & Sciences
Wesley Savick, Theatre Arts, College of Arts & Sciences

 

Session #6

Law School
SGT 335 

Lessons from Collaborations - Global & Local

Da Zheng, English, College of Arts & Sciences
Mickey Lee, Communication & Journalism, College of Arts & Sciences
Michelle Ronayne, Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences
Sukanya Ray, Psychology, College of Arts &Sciences

 

4:30pm

Doors open, poster viewing – Law Function Room

5:00pm

Speaking Program with reception immediately following – Law Function Room

March 23rd

9-10:30am

Concurrent Sessions

Session #7

Law School
SGT 295

Leadership, Innovation & the Art of Laughter

Sushil Bhatia, Management, Sawyer Business School

 

Session #8

Law School
SGT 335

Service Learning Win-Win Solutions

Debra Harkins, Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences

 

Session #9

Law School
SGT 235 

Green Education Initiatives

Patricia Hogan, Environmental Engineering, College of Arts & Sciences
Denyce Wicht, Chemistry, College of Arts & Sciences
Karen Clark, NESAD, College of Arts & Sciences

 

10:30-12 Noon

Concurrent Sessions

Session #10

Law School
SGT 315

Applying Science in the 21st Century

Peter Burn, Biology / Computer Science, College of Arts & Sciences
Oktay Demir, Physics, College of Arts & Sciences
Carl Merrill, Biology, College of Arts & Sciences
David Wheeler, Marketing, Sawyer Business School

 

Session #11

Law School
SGT 235

Studies in Globalization: Impacts near and far

Roberto Dominguez, Government, College of Arts & Sciences
Jonathan Houghton, Economics, College of Arts & Sciences
Sebastian Royo, Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
Miguel Schor, Law School

 

Session #12

Law School
SGT 655 (Lab)

Session #12A

Law School
SGT 295

Boston on the Internet

Gerry Richman, English, College of Arts & Sciences


Iraq and Vietnam: A Conversation

Ken Greenberg, Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
Robert Brustein, Distinguished Scholar in Residence
James Carroll, Distinguished Scholar in Residence
Maxine Hong-Kingston, Distinguished Visiting Scholar
Fred Marchant, English, College of Arts & Sciences

11:30am-1:30pm

Informal Buffet Lunch

The Faculty Dining Room,
4th Floor, Law School

 

12 Noon-1:30pm

Concurrent Sessions

Session #13

Law School
SGT 265

No Logo or Pro Logo?

Gianna Eckhardt, Marketing, Sawyer Business School
Anders Bengtsson, Marketing, Sawyer Business School
Meera Venkatraman, Marketing, Sawyer Business School

 

Session #14

Law School
SGT 295

Policy Implications for the Evolving Economy

Douglas Snow, Public Management, Sawyer Business School
John McCoy, Management, Sawyer Business School
Ruth Ann McEwen, Associate Dean, Sawyer Business School
Nancy Upton, Marketing, Sawyer Business School

 

1:30-3pm

Concurrent Sessions

Session #15

Law School
SGT 295

CERTIF-ADEMICS:  accredited teaching meets industry workforce needs!

Sandy Matava, Public Management, Sawyer Business School

 

Session #16

Law School
SGT 285

Access and Outreach Programs

Sarah Carroll, Education & Human Services, College of Arts & Sciences

 

3-4:30pm

Concurrent Sessions

Session #17

Law School
SGT 295

Competitive Challenges and Opportunities: Sustaining the Massachusetts Innovation Economy

Robert DeFillippi, Management, Sawyer Business School
Oscar Jazdowski, Senior Relationship Manager, Silicon Valley Bank
Leonard Polizzotto, Vice President for Business Development & Marketing at SRI International
Richard Lockhart, Chief Executive Office Lockhart Communications
Michael Tavilla, John Adams Innovation Institute of the Massachusetts Technology Collaboration
Mark Lehrer, Faculty Fellow at CICL, Suffolk  Business School

 

Session #18

Law School
SGT 235

Evolving Technology: Effects and Opportunities

Betsy McKenzie, Law School
Jonathan Frank, ISOM, Sawyer Business School
Michael Kraten, Accounting, Sawyer Business School
Michael Barretti, Executive MBA, Sawyer Business School

 

Session #19

Law School
SGT 315

Global Mental Health Leadership Competencies: Lessons for Leadership Development in Other Sectors

Richard Beinecke, Public Management, Sawyer Business School
Brendan Burke, Public Management, Sawyer Business School

 

Session #20

Law School
SGT 335

Archer’s Starry Reach: Suffolk University and the Construction of a Cosmopolitan Community 1906-2006

David Robbins, Associate Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
Stephen Hicks, Law School
Myra Lerman, Assistant Dean, Sawyer Business School