Dr. Peter C. Cormas, assistant professor of education, presented “An Evolved Psychological Structure for Mathematical Division” with Nicole Sabatino ’12 (Jenkintown, Pa.) and Meaghan Fox ’12 (Sea Cliff, N.Y.) at the annual meeting of The Jean Piaget Society (JPS) held in Berkeley, Calif., in June.
Dr. Matthew Eriksen, professor of management, and Dr. tom king, assistant professor of management, presented a paper entitled “The Possibilities of Academic Entrepreneurship” at the Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference held in Milwaukee, Wisc., in June.
Eriksen also presented “The Wisdom of Learning” at the 7th International Critical Management Studies Conference held in Naples, Italy, in July.
Eriksen and Dr. Ann Cunliffe, a management professor at the University of New Mexico’s Anderson School of Management, presented “Leading from a Relational Perspective” at the Academy of Management Annual Meeting held in San Antonio, Texas, in August.
Dr. Thomas J. Guilmette, professor of psychology, presented “Head Injuries/Neuropsychological Injuries” at the National Business Institute Anatomy and Physiology 101 for Attorneys seminar held in Providence in August.
Dr. Michael L. Kraten, assistant professor of accountancy, was a guest presenter at several PVEP (Petro Vietnam) sessions in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Kraten presented at sessions focused on financial valuation, corporate social responsibility accounting, and economic risk management in July. The sessions were arranged by Boston-based International Human Resources Development Corporation.
Kraten also presented "Negotiated Transfer Pricing: Does the Fairness Effect Persist Across Eastern and Western Cultures?" at the AAA National Conference held in Denver, Colo., in August.
Dr. David P. McIntyre, assistant professor of management, presented “The Strategic Implications of Network Intensity in High-Technology Settings” at the Eastern Academy of Management Meeting held in Boston in May. His paper, “Bridging the Gap: Network Effects and Real Options in Network Competition,” was presented at the Academy of Management annual meeting held in August in San Antonio, Texas.
Dr. Giacomo A. Striuli, professor of Italian, delivered a paper entitled “Madness and Nakedness in King Lear and Enrico IV” at the American Association for Teachers of Italian Conference held in Erice, Italy, in May.
Dr. Christopher Arroyo, associate professor of philosophy, had his paper, “Freedom and the Source of Value: Korsgaard and Wood on Kant’s Formula of Humanity,” appear in the July edition of Metaphilosophy.
Dr. Edmund Dain, assistant professor of philosophy, had his paper, “Projection and Pretence in Ethics,” published in the July 2012 issue of Philosophical Papers.
Chard deNiord, associate professor of English, wrote an essay, “Silence Amidst the Crowd: A Reading of Philip Levine’s ‘The Simple Truth’ and ‘Call it Music,’” for the Academy of American Poets in August. The essay was written to honor Levine for being named U.S. Poet Laureate.
Dr. Russell M. Hillier, assistant professor of English, wrote Milton’s Messiah: The Son of God in the Works of John Milton (Oxford University Press, 2011).
Ann Galligan Kelley, C.P.A., associate professor of accountancy, had her article, “Why a Good Derivatives Policy Could Protect Your Job,” published in the June issue of Strategic Finance.
PANELS AND SEMINARS
Dr. Giacomo A. Striuli, professor of Italian, was invited by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to serve as a panelist and evaluate proposals for NEH Fellowships of outstanding projects in Spanish, French, and Italian. The Romance Studies panel convened in Washington, D.C., in August.