Financial Education Association (FEA)                                      V62

Academy of Business Education (ABE)

 

21st Annual Conference (1st Virtual Version)

September 17-19, 2020

 

Sponsored by

CFA Institute

 

Stock Trak Global Portfolio Simulations

 

Journal of Financial Education  Journal of Instructional Techniques in Finance

 

 

Sessions at a glance

 

Chairs/Hosts please note:  FEA will post links to any saved sessions.

 

Please contact lead authors for the most recent version of materials for each session.

Chairs/hosts please ask participants whether recording and posting sessions is OK, or,

participants can email the Webmaster ( michael@uhcl.edu) and ask that we not post a particular video

if folks aren’t comfortable for any reason.  Please record if you can & unless there is an objection.

 

 

Thursday, September 17

(All times listed as Central Daylight Time) conversion tool link

 

Session Time

 

Track 1

 

Track 2

 

Track 3

 

Track 4

 

Track 5

Session 1

9 – 10:30

1:  Panel:  Academic Honesty

2:  Pedagogy Research I

3:  Teaching Methods I

 

 

 

Session 2

10:45 –

12:15

4:  Panel:

Career Prep

5: ABE

Financial

Literacy

6:  Teaching

Methods II

14: Teaching

Innovations II

 

12:30 – 1:30

Lunch

Session 3

1:45 – 3:15

7:  Panel:

Case

Teaching

8:  Panel:

Transforming

Business

9:  Teaching Innovations I

10:  Teaching Methods III

 

Session 4

3:30 – 5:00

11:  Online Teaching I

12:  Panel:

Case Writing and Publishing

13:  Roundtable:

Teaching

Intro

Finance

15: Teaching

with

Excel I

 

 

Friday, September 18

(All times listed as Central Daylight Time) conversion tool link

 

ABE board meeting is Friday morning.  Contact Lisa Schwartz for info.

Session Time

 

Track 1

 

Track 2

 

Track 3

 

Track 4

 

Track 5

Session 5

9 –

10:30

16:  Panel:

Earning a

CFA

17:  Pedagogy Research II

18:  Workshop:

Online Teaching I

 

 

Session 6

10:45 – 12:15

19:  Business and Society I

20: 

Careers I

21:  Panel:

Financial Literacy

22:  Panel:

Online

Teaching II

 

 

12:30 – 1:30

Lunch

A Zoom message from FEA Exec Director Tim Michael (3 min)

 

A Zoom message from ABE President Lisa Schwartz (9 min)

 

Session 7

1:45 – 3:15

23: 

Careers II

24:  Financial Literacy I

25:  Panel: SMIFs

26:  Roundtable:

Assessment in Online

27:  Teaching Methods IV

Session 8

3:30 – 5:00

28:  Panel:  Meet the Editors

29:

Teaching Methods V

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, September 19

(All times listed as Central Daylight Time) conversion tool link

 

Session

Time

 

Track 1

 

Track 2

 

Track 3

 

Track 4

 

Track 5

Session 9

10:00  – 12:00

30:

Teaching Methods VI

31:

Teaching with Excel II

 

 

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY SESSIONS

 

Session Reference Number: 1

Panel: Academic Honesty I, Thurs 9:00-10:30 CDT

 

Chair:  Kristin Stowe, kstowe@wingate.edu

 

Lisa Schwartz, Wingate University

Kristin Stowe, Wingate University, kstowe@wingate.edu

Sharon Clinebell, University Northern Colorado

Stuart Michelson, Stetson University

 

 

Session Reference Number: 2

Pedagogy Research I, Thurs 9:00-10:30 CDT

 

Chair:  Guohua Ma, gma@scsu.edu,

 

Assessing student opinions and performance on hybrid finance courses

Guohua Ma, South Carolina State University, gma@scsu.edu

Keli Feng, South Carolina State University

 

Tend to our own:  Recognizing the short-term and long-term impact of academic mobbing on our colleagues

Caroline Crawford, University of Houston-Clear Lake, carolinecrawford@earthlink.net

 

 

Session Reference Number: 3

Teaching Methods I, Thurs 9:00-10:30 CDT

 

Chair:  David Stolin, davidstolin@live.com

 

A pedagogical model for teaching Data Analytics in an Introductory Information Systems Python course

James Brau, Brigham Young University, brau.jim@gmail.com

Heber Brau, Brigham Young University

Mark Keith, Brigham Young University

 

A comic explains market efficiency:  Dissecting a pedagogical innovation.

Video available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vajingGVWq8&list=PLJ48r0u8BR_bOaD-Rbaff2aS8rIVCk6T1

David Stolin, TBS Business School, davidstolin@live.com

Elie Gray, TBS Business School

Guilain Praseuth, TBS Business School

Maxim Zagonov, TBS Business School,

 

The impact of video gaming and social media activity on academic performance: Evidence from an Introductory Finance class

James Brau, Brigham Young University, brau.jim@gmail.com

Noah Brown, Brigham Young University

Andrew Holmes, Brigham Young University

Logan Nielsen, Brigham Young University,

 

 

Session Reference Number: 4

Panel: Career Prep, Thurs 10:45-12:15 CDT

 

Panel:  Preparing students for top finance careers

 

Max Dolinsky (chair), University of Delaware, dolinsky@udel.edu

Brad Taylor, Central Michigan University

Allison Harrison, Salesforce

Jon Voigtman, Royal Bank of Canada

Chuck Crespy, Central Michigan University

 

 

Session Reference Number: 5

ABE Financial Literacy, Thurs 10:45-12:15 Central Time (11:45 am -1:15 pm EST)

 

Chair:  Stuart Michelson, Stetson University, smichels@stetson.edu

 

Do women have lower levels of financial literacy, or are they opting out? A look at the non-response gender bias in financial literacy measurement

Tracey West, Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus, t.west@griffith.edu.au 

Laura de Zwaan, Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus

Di Johnson, Griffith University, Nathan Campus

 

Improving collegiate financial literacy via financial education seminars

Thomas Symthe, Florida Gulf Coast University, tsmythe@fgcu.edu

Jonathan Handy, Western Kentucky University

Beth Pontari, Furman University

Suzy Summers, Furman University

 

Individual Financial Literacy and financial planning

Stuart Michelson, Stetson University, smichels@stetson.edu

Greta Watkins, Charles Schwab

 

 

Session Reference Number: 6

Teaching Methods II, Thurs 10:45-12:15 CDT

(No video of this session will be posted at the request of a participant.)

 

Chair:  James Brau, brau.jim@gmail.com

 

An empirical examination of an Introduction to Information Systems university class:  Video gaming, social media, and academic performance

James Brau, Brigham Young University, brau.jim@gmail.com

Heber Brau, Brigham Young University

Nathan Burton, University of Georgia

James Gaskin, Brigham Young University

 

Terminal case of the blues: Modifying Remote Investment Lab assignments

Gina Nicolosi, Northern Illinois University, gnicolos@niu.edu

 

Video game usage and academic performance in a university Marketing Principles course: An empirical analysis

James Brau, Brigham Young University, brau.jim@gmail.com

Finnegan McKinley, Brigham Young University

Elizabeth Vorkink Mohler, Brigham Young University

Michael Swenson, Brigham Young University

 

 

Session Reference Number: 14

Teaching Innovations II, Thurs 10:45 – 12:15 CDT

(No video  of this session will be posted at the request of a participant.)

 

Chair:  Ed Graham, edgraham@uncw.edu

 

Geography, demography and grades: The international graduate student in the finance classroom

Edward Graham, University of North Carolina Wilmington, edgraham@uncw.edu

Joseph Farinella, University of North Carolina Wilmington

Clay Moffett, University of North Carolina Wilmington

 

The CFA University Affiliate Program:  Explicit and implicit benefits

Terrance Grieb, University of Idaho, tgrieb@uidaho.edu

Magdy Noguera, University of Idaho

Carlos Omar Trejo-Pech, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

 

Switch to Remote Learning Amid Covid-19: Choices Made and Lessons Learned

Joann Fredrickson, Bemidji State University, joann.fredrickson@bemidjistate.edu

 

 

Session Reference Number: 7

Panel: Case Teaching, Thurs 1:45-3:15 CDT

 

Panel:  Teaching with Cases

Recorded here:  https://uhcl.zoom.us/rec/share/i7IerVHVsI1A4vnK29_16-ejxfzOEiCBxaad2tewGBFJi3HTVK64LfMS8i9igtw.EXSIAFhKeI8Wf5Jg?startTime=1600368311000

Slides available, with references: https://drive.google.com/file/d/14VVjL-xu-Vm-C6v63ewUbqJrjc4pQkJE/view?usp=sharing

 

Ben Nunnally, UNC-Charlotte, bnunnally@uncc.edu

George Kester, Washington & Lee University

Timothy Michael , University of Houston-Clear Lake

 

 

Session Reference Number: 8

Panel: Transforming Business, Thurs 1:45-3:15 CDT

 

Panel:  Transforming Business Education for a Sustainable/Flourishing/Regenerating World

 

Chair: James Stoner, Fordham University, stoner@fordham.edu

Morgane Fritz, La Rochelle

Linda Irwin, Regis University

James Weichert, RCN, jamesweichert@rcn.com

Kenneth Sagendorf, Regis University

This Zoom session will open 15 minutes early and the organizers will be available for contact any time at stoner@fordham.edu (1-203-246-5323) and jamesweichert@rcn.com .

 

 

Session Reference Number: 9

Teaching Innovations I, Thurs 1:45-3:15 CDT

 

Chair:  Mary Anne Majadillas, mmajadillas@csumb.edu

Saved Zoom Video:  Unfortunately, this video is not available on the Web at the request of one of the participants

 

A Research and Writing Skills Improvement Initiative in the Accounting Classroom:  A Japan-Focused Collaborative Research Paper Assignment

Zlatinka Blaber, Salem State University, zblaber@salemstate.edu

Barry Palatnik, Stockton University

Awad Alhassan, Dhofar University, Oman

 

Forecasting:  Comparing stock price valuations from different sources of information

Mary Anne Majadillas, California State University Monterey Bay, mmajadillas@csumb.edu

Leslie Boni, California State University Monterey Bay

 

The positive relationship of students' self-efficacy and improved information technology skills

Lisa Schwartz, Wingate University, lschwart@wingate.edu

Michael Geier, Wingate University

Kristin Stowe, Wingate University

 

 

Session Reference Number: 10

Teaching Methods III, Thurs 1:45-3:15 CDT

 

Chair:  Jennifer Brodmann, jenniferlbrodmann@gmail.com

 

Discounted Cash Flow Method in leasing analysis

Guan Jun Wang, Savannah State University, wangg@savannahstate.edu

 

Introductory Corporate Finance and the Goldilocks Issue:  Too hard, too easy or just right

Howard Keen, Temple University, hkeen@temple.edu

 

Predicting Student Effort: Assessing the Importance of Academic Preparation, Course Challenge, and Teaching Effectiveness

Joann Fredrickson, Bemidji State University, joann.fredrickson@bemidjistate.edu

 

 

Session Reference Number: 11

Online Teaching I, Thurs 3:30 - 5:00 CDT

 

Chair:  Janita Rawls, jrawls@ggc.edu

 

Learning practical competency in online and onsite classes: Does delivery format make a difference?

Janita Rawls, Georgia Gwinnett College, jrawls@ggc.edu

Stacy Hammons, Indiana Wesleyan University

Andrew Stephenson, Georgia Gwinnett College

 

Using the Minerva Platform to create an engaging online finance class

Christina Zhang, California State University, Monterey Bay, czhang@csumb.edu

 

Transitioning large classes to online:  Coping with technical and other issues

Howard Keen, Temple University, hkeen@temple.edu

 

 

Session Reference Number: 12

Panel: Case Writing, Thurs 3:30 - 5:00 CDT

 

Panel:  Writing and Publishing Cases

Slides available, with references:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1J0UHO6esbVnblLJHy_tIppkoNqjPY_zC/view?usp=sharing

Link to recorded session:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Zfn2-busJow6mhqEa-tAKYazg90LV-sS/view?usp=sharing

Please note:  This video was edited at the request of a participant

 

Ben Nunnally, UNC-Charlotte, bnunnally@uncc.edu

Timothy Michael, University of Houston - Clear Lake, michael@uhcl.edu

Melissa Williams, University of Houston - Clear Lake

 

 

Session Reference Number: 13

Roundtable:  Teaching Intro Finance, Thurs 3:30 - 5:00 CDT

 

Roundtable :  Reconsidering the Introductory Finance curriculum: What do business student really need to know?

 

Chair:  James Turner, Weber State University, JamesTurner@weber.edu

 

 

Session Reference Number: 15

Teaching with Excel I, Thurs 3:30 - 5:00 CDT

 

Chair: Ronald Crowe, rcrowe@ollusa.edu

 

Algorithmic self grading assignments in Excel

Ronald Crowe, Our Lady of the Lake University, rcrowe@ollusa.edu

Kathryn Winney, Our Lady of the Lake University

 

Introducing Excel Simulation problems using the Connect website by McGraw-Hill for Essentials of Corporate Finance

Danny Ervin, Salisbury University, dmervin@salisbury.edu

 

Using VBA to grade Excel spreadsheet assignments

Mark Tengesdal, Texas Woman's University, mtengesdal@twu.edu

 

 

FRIDAY SESSIONS

 

(All times listed as Central Daylight Time)

 

Session Reference Number: 16

Panel: Earning a CFA, Friday 9:00-10:30 CDT

 

Panel:  Earning a CFA Designation

Rob Langrick, CFA Institute, rob.langrick@cfainstitute.org

 

 

Session Reference Number: 17

Pedagogy Research II, Friday 9:00-10:30 CDT

 

Chair:  Yi Zhang, yizhang@pvamu.edu

 

Student performance comparison of undergraduate and graduate Finance courses taught through online versus face-to-face platform

Yi Zhang, Prairie View A&M University, yizhang@pvamu.edu

Jin Yu, St. Cloud State University

Huihua Li, St. Cloud State University

 

Coronavirus:  What about them?

Rich Fendler, George State University, rfendler@gsu.edu

 

 

Session Reference Number: 18

Workshop:  Online Teaching 1, Friday 9:00-10:30 CDT

 

Workshop:  Ten best practices for teaching online Business courses

Martina Schmidt, University of South Florida, schmidtm@usf.edu

Nicole Stowell, University of South Florida

 

MS Teams Meeting Info for Session 18:

Removed

 

 

Session Reference Number: 19

Business and Society I, Friday 10:45 - 12:15 CDT

 

Chair:  Kelly Nyhoff, kelly.nhyoff@trnty.edu

 

Incorporating SDGs in an Introductory Microeconomics Course

Randy Beavers, Seattle Pacific University, reb@spu.edu

 

Transforming Business and Finance education:  Completion of a Finance textbook consistent with Global Sustainability

Frank Werner, Fordham University, fwerner@fordham.edu

James Stoner, Fordham University

 

Using student loans to teach students personnel finance and lending basics

Kelly Nyhoff, Trinity Christian College, Kelly.Nyhoff@trnty.edu

 

 

Session Reference Number: 20

Careers I, Friday 10:45 - 12:15 CDT

 

Chair: Christine Harrington, charrin1@aum.edu

 

Forging business students' professional identities through a Career Development curriculum

Lisa Amoroso, Dominican University, lamoroso@dom.edu

Molly Burke, Dominican University

Julie Shaw, Dominican University

 

Task planning skills interventions for college students

Christine Harrington, Auburn University at Montgomery, charrin1@aum.edu

Adams Heather, Auburn University at Montgomery

 

 

Session Reference Number: 21

Panel: Financial Literacy, Friday 10:45 - 12:15 CDT

 

Panel:  Starting a Financial Literacy Program, Navigating Textbooks

Leslie Boni, California State University Monterey Bay, LBoni@csumb.edu

 

 

Session Reference Number: 22

Workshop:  Online Teaching II, Friday 10:45 - 12:15 CDT

This session recording will not be posted online at the request of one of the participants.

 

Workshop:  Online Teaching - Quality and Integrity

 

Online design and assessment (slides, tutorial, paper zip archive “freebies”)

Timothy Michael, University of Houston-Clear Lake, michael@uhcl.edu

Melissa Williams, University of Houston-Clear Lake

Joann Frederickson, Bemidji State University

(to be updated)

 

 

Session Reference Number: 23

Careers II, Friday 1:45-3:15 CDT

 

Chair:  Max Dolinsky, dolinsky@udel.edu

 

The power of mentoring and networking for undergraduates in Finance and other disciplines

Max Dolinsky, University of Delaware, dolinsky@udel.edu

 

Mentorship programs to address the underrepresentation of women in Finance

Jennifer Brodmann, California State University Dominguez Hills, jenniferlbrodmann@gmail.com

Kirti Celly, California State University Dominguez Hills

Meghna Singhvi, California State University Dominguez Hills

 

 

Session Reference Number: 24

Financial Literacy I, Friday 1:45-3:15 CDT

 

Chair:  Leslie Boni, LBoni@csumb.edu

 

Financial Literacy Education and firm performance: A literature review

Guohua Ma, South Carolina State University, gma@scsu.edu

 

Katie Porter's Budget:  A Financial Literacy group activity (linked at Google Drive)

Leslie Boni, California State University Monterey Bay, LBoni@csumb.edu

 

Toward a Multi-Dimensional Assessment of Retirement Portfolio Goal Attainment

Gary Leinberger, Millersville University, gleinberger@gmail.com

 

 

Session Reference Number: 25

Panel: SMIFs, Friday 1:45-3:15 CDT

 

Panel:  Student-Managed Investment Funds

 

Chair:  David Nawrocki, david.nawrocki@villanova.edu

 

David Nawrocki, Villanova University, david.nawrocki@villanova.edu

John Clinebell, University of Northern Colorado

 

 

Session Reference Number: 26

Roundtable:  Assessment in Online, Friday 1:45-3:15 CDT

 

Roundtable:  Assessment in an online environment:  What you can do if you've always given closely-proctored in-class exams

 

Steve Pilloff, George Mason University, spilloff@gmu.edu

Timothy Michael, University of Houston - Clear Lake (zipped archive for Michael & Williams)

Melissa Williams, University of Houston-Clear Lake

Howard Keen, Temple University

 

 

Session Reference Number: 27

Teaching Methods IV, Friday 1:45-3:15 CDT

 

Chair:  Fernando Colina, odnanrefcolina@gmail.com

 

Accreditation and Assurance of Learning

Fernando Colina, Salem State University, odnanrefcolina@gmail.com

 

Changing Modes of Instruction: Teaching Finance During and Post-COVID

Brian Porter, Hope College, porter@hope.edu

 

Using Knowledge Maps to help students

Lauren LoRe, Westminster College, lauren.lore12@gmail.com

 

 

Session Reference Number: 28

Panel: Meet the Editors, Friday 3:30-5:00 CDT

 

Panel:  Meet the Editors

 

(Journal of Financial Education, Financial Services Review, Advances in Financial Education, Journal of the Academy of Business Education, Journal of Finance Case Research)

 

Timothy Michael, University of Houston-Clear Lake, michael@uhcl.edu, JFCR

Rich Fendler, Georgia State University, JFEd          

Milind Shrikhande, Georgia State University, JFEd

Stuart Michelson, Stetson University, FSR, JABE

Robert Stretcher, Sam Houston State University, JFCR

 

 

Session Reference Number: 29

Teaching Methods V, Friday 3:30-5:00 CDT

 

Chair:  Helen Saar, saar@dixie.edu

 

Case study:  Capital structure & financing decisions at Marriott International amid the COVID-19 crisis in Spring 2020

Helen Saar, Dixie State University, saar@dixie.edu

Timothy Michael, University of Houston - Clear Lake

 

The business of eSports:  Curricular and programmatic potentials within higher education

Caroline Crawford, University of Houston - Clear Lake, carolinecrawford@earthlink.net

Sharon Andrews, University of Houston - Clear Lake

 

Specifications Grading:  Reflections on a Wonderful Semester

Colleen Asaad, Baldwin Wallace University, colleen.tokar@gmail.com

 

 

SATURDAY MORNING SESSIONS

 

(All times listed as Central Daylight Time)

 

 

Session Reference Number: 30

Teaching Methods VI, Sat 10:00 – Noon CDT

 

Chair:  Michael Geier, migeier@wingate.edu

 

Does cooperation spontaneously evolve over time? Iterated game simulations in healthcare finance

Roger Lee Mendoza, California State University Los Angeles, rmendoza@calstatela.edu

 

Group composition and group performance:  Mediation of group learning and moderating role of core self-evaluation

Michael Geier, Wingate University, migeier@wingate.edu

 

A Set of Individualized Problems for Applied Learning in Introductory Finance Courses

Austin Murphy, Oakland University, jamurphy@oakland.edu

 

 

Session Reference Number: 31

Teaching with Excel II, Sat 10 – Noon CDT

 

Chair:  Mary Funck, mcf012@shsu.edu

 

You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make them think:  Using Excel tools to help students truly understand TVM concepts

Mary Funck, Sam Houston State University, mcf012@shsu.edu

Robert Stretcher, Sam Houston State University

 

Easing complexity with Visualization: A capital structure application using Excel

Natalia Boliari, Manhattan College, natalia.boliari@manhattan.edu

Kudret Topyan, Manhattan College

 

 

Contributor Directory

 

Session Number

Author

Email Address

9

Awad Alhassan

awad_alhassan@hotmail.com

20

Lisa Amoroso

lamoroso@dom.edu

29

Sharon Andrews

whites@uhcl.edu

29

Colleen Asaad

colleen.tokar@gmail.com

19

Randy Beavers

reb@spu.edu

9

Zlatinka Blaber

zblaber@salemstate.edu

31

Natalia Boliari

natalia.boliari@manhattan.edu

9, 21, 24

Leslie Boni

Lboni@csumb.edu

3, 6

Heber Brau

heber.brau@gmail.com

3, 6

James Brau

brau.jim@gmail.com

23

Jennifer Brodmann

jenniferlbrodmann@gmail.com

3

Noah Brown

noahbrown802@gmail.com

20

Molly Burke

burkemq@dom.edu

6

Nathan Burton

15ngburton@gmail.com

23

Kirti Celly

kcelly@csudh.edu

25

John Clinebell

john.clinebell@unco.edu

1

Sharon Clinebell

Sharon.Clinebell@unco.edu

27

Fernando Colina

odnanrefcolina@gmail.com

2, 29

Caroline Crawford

carolinecrawford@earthlink.net

4

Chuck Crespy

15

Ronald Crowe

rcrowe@ollusa.edu

5

Laura de Zwann

4, 23

Max Dolinsky

dolinsky@udel.edu

15

Danny Ervin

dmervin@salisbury.edu

14

Joseph Farinella

farinellaj@uncw.edu

17, 28

Rich Fendler

rfendler@gsu.edu

2

Keli Feng

kfeng1@scsu.edu

10

Joann Fredrickson

joann.fredrickson@bemidjistate.edu

8

Morgane Fritz

fritzm@excelia-group.com

31

Mary Funck

mcf012@shsu.edu

6

James Gaskin

james.eric.gaskin@gmail.com

9, 30

Michael Geier

migeier@wingate.edu

14

Edward Graham

edgraham@uncw.edu

3

Elie Gray

e.gray@tbs-education.fr

14

Terrance Grieb

tgrieb@uidaho.edu

11

Stacy Hammons

stacy.hammons@indwes.edu

5

Jonathan Handy

20

Christine Harrington

charrin1@aum.edu

4

Allison Harrison

20

Adams Heather

hadams6@aum.edu

3

Andrew Holmes

andrew_holmes@byu.edu

8

Linda Irwin

lirwin@seecommgroup.com

5

Di Johnson

10, 11

Howard Keen

hkeen@temple.edu

3

Mark Keith

mark.keith@gmail.com

7

George Kester

kesterg@wlu.edu

16

Rob Langrick

rob.langrick@cfainstitute.org

24

Gary Leinberger

gleinberger@gmail.com

17

Huihua Li

hli@stcloudstate.edu

27

Lauren LoRe

lauren.lore12@gmail.com

2, 24

Guohua Ma

gma@scsu.edu

9

Mary Anne Majadillas

mmajadillas@csumb.edu

6

Finnegan McKinley

facmckinley@gmail.com

30

Roger Lee Mendoza

rmendoza@calstatela.edu

5, 7, 12, 22, 26

Timothy Michael

michael@uhcl.edu

5, 28

Stuart Michelson

smichels@stetson.edu

14

Clay Moffett

moffettc@uncw.edu

6

Elizabeth Vorkink Mohler

eavorkink@gmail.com

30

Austin Murphy

jamurphy@oakland.edu

25

David Nawrocki

david.nawrocki@villanova.edu

6

Gina Nicolosi

gnicolos@niu.edu

3

Logan Nielsen

lbendtlynielsen@gmail.com

14

Magdy Noguera

mnoguera@uidaho.edu

7, 12

Ben Nunnally

bnunnally@uncc.edu

19

Kelly Nyhoff

kelly.nhyoff@trnty.edu

9

Barry Palatnik

Barry.Palatnik@stockton.edu

26

Steve Pilloff

spilloff@gmu.edu

5

Beth Pontari

27

Brian Porter

porter@hope.edu

3

Guilain Praseuth

g.praseuth@tbs-education.fr

11

Janita Rawls

jrawls@ggc.edu

29

Helen Saar

saar@dixie.edu

8

Kenneth Sagendorf

18

Martina Schmidt

schmidtm@mail.usf.edu

1, 9

Lisa Schwartz

lschwart@wingate.edu

20

Julie Shaw

jshaw@dom.edu

28

Milind Shrikhande

mshrikande@gsu.edu

23

Meghna Singhvi

msinghvi@csudh.edu

5

Tom Smythe

tsmythe@fgcu.edu

11

Andrew Stephenson

asteph6@ggc.edu

3

David Stolin

davidstolin@live.com

8, 19

James Stoner

stoner@fordham.edu

1, 9

Kristin Stowe

kstowe@wingate.edu

18

Nicole Stowell

nstowell@usf.edu

28, 31

Robert Stretcher

fin_rhs@shsu.edu

5

Suzy Summers

6

Michael Swenson

ms@byu.edu

4

Brad Taylor

taylo3br@cmich.edu

15

Mark Tengesdal

mtengesdal@twu.edu

31

Kudret Topyan

kudret.topyan@manhattan.edu

14

Carlos Omar Trejo-Pech

ctrejope@utk.edu

13

James Turner

JamesTurner@weber.edu

4

Jon Voightman

10

Guan Jun Wang

wangg@savannahstate.edu

5

Greta Watkins

gwatkins@stetson.edu

8

James Weichert

jamesweichert@rcn.com

19

Frank Werner

fwerner@fordham.edu

5

Tracey West

t.west@griffith.edu.au

12, 22, 26

Melissa Williams

williamsmeli@uhcl.edu

15

Kathryn Winney

kmwinney@ollusa.edu

17

Jin Yu

jyu@stcloudstate.edu

3

Maxim Zagonov

m.zagonov@tbs-education.fr

11

Christina Zhang

czhang@csumb.edu

17

Yi Zhang

yizhang@pvamu.edu

 

 

 

 

 

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