LTU’s 3rd Annual Research Day, which occurred on April 10, was a resounding success. Sponsored by the Research Support Services Committee (RSSC) and the Office of the Provost, this year’s Research Day was made possible through a generous corporate sponsorship from MAHLE.
The event featured a Presidential Colloquium invited keynote address by Professor Dale Gyure of the Department of Architecture, a Plenary presentation on Course-Based Undergraduate Research by the Dean and faculty from the CAS, and 27 oral presentations and 37 poster presentations by faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students from all four of colleges.
Research Day was produced by Matthew Cole and Marija Franetovic, Co-Chairs of the Research Support Services Committee.
Research Day is very important to the future of Lawrence Tech because scholarship and teaching are mutually sustaining endeavors. As Lawrence Tech President Moudgil said in his opening remarks, Research Day is an important forum for students and faculty to express the Practice side of the University’s Theory and Practice motto.
The COM faculty and graduate students presented 4 oral presentations and 6 poster presentations.
COM Oral Presentations participants:
Building Collaboration in Virtual Teams through Emotional Intelligence: Mediation by SOAR by Matthew Cole, PhD, John Cox, DBA and Jacqueline Stavros, DM
Investigating the Links Among Patient Experience, Revenue Cycle Management, and Financial Performance of U.S. Hospitals: Methodological Considerations by Lihua Dishman, MBA, Doctor of Business Administration Candidate
Consumers’ Reactions to Activist Groups’ Eco-Sabotage of Companies by Isar Kiani, PhD and Jad Mortada MBA candidate, GRA
AACSB Accreditation Standard Two: Focus on Measuring Quality and Impact of Intellectual Contributions by Matthew Cole, PhD, Adeyinka Adenrele, MS in Information Technology Candidate, GRA, Bahman Mirshab, PhD, Dean and Shahram Taj, PhD
IT Security Controls for Effective Cyber Defense by Anne Kohnke, PhD.
COM Poster Presentations participants:
College of Management’s Path to AACSB Accreditation: Focus on Standard Two—Intellectual Contributions, Impact, and Alignment with Mission by Adeyinka Adenrele, MS in Information Technology Candidate, GRA, Matthew Cole, PhD, Bahman Mirshab, PhD, Dean, College of Management ,Shahram Taj, PhD
Cybersecurity: It Only Takes Seconds for a Hacker to Take EVERYTHING by Anne Kohnke, PhD, Veera Raghava Prasad Govinda Raju, MS in Information Technology Candidate, GRA, Michael Bruno Selvaraj, MS in Information Techology Candidate.
Globalization and Issues Faced by Small Firms: Looking for a Solution by Peihua Wang, MBA candidate, GRA, College of Management
An Intelligent System for Student Advising by Chih-Hao Ku, PhD, Jinkai Xu, MS in Information Technology Candidate ,Diane Cairns, Ed.S., Zina Orow, B. Arch.
The Role of Social Media in Improving Social Commerce: Strategic Implications for Marketing Managers by Manisha Mathur, PhD and Sowmya Yegyanarayanan, MS in Information Systems Candidate, GRA, College of Management
Google Analytics as a Tool to Integrate the College of Management Website Business Objectives with Measurable Goals by Vladimir Rozovskiy, MSIT, Project Management Certificate Candidate, GRA
Please visit www.ltu.edu/ResearchDay for the complete listing of presentations.