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  • Ramapo College 2020 Scholars Day Presentations: https://www.ramapo.edu/scholarsday/
    • Christian Rivera: “Impact of Virtual Reality on Brand Development and Recognition”.
    • Kevin Duque and Robert Walshe: “The Economic Impact of Ramapo College on Surrounding Communities” (Prof. Charles Steindel, faculty mentor)
  • Prassidha Shakya, an Economics minor, presented his research, “Understanding the Relationship Between Teacher Salary and  Student Performance: A New Jersey Panel Study” at the undergraduate research sessions sponsored by Issues in Political Economy at the Eastern Economic Association Conference, Feb. 28-March 1, 2020. Professor Jason Hecht was his Faculty Sponsor.
  • Ramapo College 2019 Scholars Day Presentations: https://www.ramapo.edu/scholarsday/poster-archives/
    • Charles Pfrommer: “Disruptive Innovation.”
    • Michelle Tunney: “A Comparative Study of Student Perceptions Concerning Financial Literacy.”
    • Rebecca Hrop: “Sales Promotion and Personal Selling in the Pharmaceutical Industry: Changes and Advancement with Technology.” (Prof. Mandel and Prof. Zeno)
    • Brianna Lanier: “Knowledge and Perceptions of Fair Trade as a Sustainable Development Goal: A Campus Case Study.”
  • Management major Riana Katz ’19, under the guidance of Professor Tammi Redd, presented the paper “Gender Differences of Job Satisfaction in the Technology Industry” at the Gabelli Undergraduate Business Research Conference on April 10, 2019 at Fordham University.
  • Harry Shin also presented the paper “The Effectiveness of Green Advertising Messages on Social Media and Green Product Purchase Intention Among Young Consumers” at the Gabelli Undergraduate Business Research Conference on April 10, 2019 at Fordham University.
  • Management major Brianna Lanier ’19, under the guidance of Professor Tammi Redd, presented a paper based upon her primary research entitled “Perceptions of Fair Trade at Ramapo College of New Jersey” at the Society for the Advancement of Management National Conference on March 28, 2019 in Orlando, Florida. This presentation was made in a scholarly track session. She also presented the results of her research to the Fair Trade Committee of Ramapo College.
  • Professor Tim Burns mentored computer science major Justina Celentano ’19 in her Honors research and, as a result, she presented the paper “The Impact of Cyber Crime” at the COPLAC Northeast Regional Undergraduate Research Scholarly and Creative Activity Conference on October 13, 2018 at SUNY Geneseo.
  • Marketing major Harry Shin ’19 served as research assistant to Professor Christina Chung and he presented the paper “How Young Consumers React to CSR Messages on Social Media” at the COPLAC Northeast Regional Undergraduate Research Scholarly and Creative Activity Conference on October 13, 2018 at SUNY Geneseo. 
  • Ramapo College Scholars Day 2018 Presentations:
    • Brandon Foglia: “The Confluence of Blockchain with Management: Finding the theories in literature.” (Prof. Nikhil Varma, faculty mentor)
    • Prasiddha Shakya: “Effects of Remittance on Economic Growth in Nepal”. (Prof. George Gonpu, faculty mentor)
    • Tejas Baidya: “Online Learning: What does the literature tell us?” (Prof. Nikhil Varma, faculty mentor)
    • Daniel Plessner: “A Time Series Econometric Forecast for the Levels of Outstanding Student Loans Owned and Securitized in the United States.” (Prof. Jason Hecht, faculty mentor)
  • Stephanie Guzman presented her College Honors project “Who Picked the Veggies in Your Salad?” at the National Collegiate Honors Conference in Boston, MA in November, 2018.
  • Desislava Budeva, Associate Professor of Marketing, and her research assistant, student Julia Housel, co-authored two papers that were presented at academic conferences: “Teaching Critical Thinking to Marketing Students: Lessons from Other Business Disciplines” was presented at the Marketing Educators Association Conference in San Diego, California in April, 2017 and “The Effect of Institutional Distance on International Market Selection: Comparing Export to Foreign Direct Investment” was presented at the Marketing Science World Marketing Congress in Porto, Portugal in June, 2018.  Both papers have been submitted to peer-reviewed journals.
  • Christina Chung, Associate Professor of Marketing, worked with Ramapo College student Jerard Guevarra on two papers entitled “Attitude Toward Product Messages on Instagram Among Young Consumers” and “The Effectiveness of Snapchat as a Promotion Tool” that were presented at the COPLAC Northeast Regional Undergraduate Research, Scholarly, and Creativity Activity (NEURSCA) Conference at Mansfield University in Mansfield, PA in October, 2017. Mr. Guevarra also presented the papers at the Southeast COPLAC Conference at the University of South Carolina in April, 2018.
  • Kathryn Yeaton, Associate Professor of Accounting, worked with Ramapo College student Karen Bassil on a paper that was accepted to the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Region Meeting Paper Session. The article was entitled “The Growing Net Pension Liability: The Cases of New Jersey, Illinois, and Rhode Island.”
  • Alexandre Olbrecht, Associate Professor of Economics, worked with economics major Jeremy Rosen on a paper entitled “Catching the Kosars and Passing on the Couches: An Econometric Approach to Modeling Quarterback Prospects in the NFL Draft”.  The paper was presented at the Eastern Economic Association Annual Meeting in New York, New York on February 25, 2017.
  • Ed Petkus, Professor of Marketing and Dean of the Anisfield School of Business, worked with marketing major Laura Criscione on a paper that was accepted for publication in the peer reviewed Journal of Higher Education Theory and Practice in November, 2016.  The article was entitled “Can We Have Class Outside? Implications of the Natural Environment for Marketing Pedagogy” and appears in Volume 17 (1), 2017.
  • George Gonpu, an economics professor, worked with student Ciana Hamlett writing the paper “Exploring the Link between Exchange Rates and the Prices of Primary Export Commodities: The Case of US-Liberian Dollar Exchange Rate.” This paper was presented at the Conference on Business and Entrepreneurship in Africa at Syracuse University, Whitman School of Management on May 19-21, 2016.
  • Jessica Perez, a senior majoring in accounting, presented her research paper entitled “the Affordable Care Act and its Relationship with New Entrants to the Work Force” at the 2015 Society for the Advancement of Management (SAM) Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada under the advisement of Professor Tammi Redd.  The theme of the conference was Advancing Management: The Employee, Ethics and Global Confidence and this presentation was made in a scholarly track session.
  • Christina Chung, marketing professor, worked with student Maxwell Auth  on a paper that they presented at Ramapo College Poster Day in May, 2013 and that they will present at an academic conference: “Factors affecting Information Credibility on Social Networking Sites:  An examination of media richness and information adoption”, 2013 International Conference of Business and Applied Sciences in New York, NY in August, 2013.  The paper is also to be published in the conference proceedings.
  • Cherie Ann Sherman, Professor of Business Law and Information Technology Management, worked with student, Valensiya Tsvetanova, on a paper that was published in the proceedings and presented as a roundtable: “Delta Airlines: Creeping Shari Law or Business as Usual?”   Eastern Academy of Management, Philadelphia, PA, May 9-12, 2012. (Abstract  only).
  • Desislava Budeva, marketing professor, worked with student Stoyan Stoyanov on a paper that was presented by the student at an academic conference: Budeva, D. and Stoyanov, S. (2011), “Can International Marketing Strategic Alliances Add Value to the Firm? Short and in Long Term Analysis,” Academy of International Business conference, Edinburgh, UK.
  •  Juan Cabrera, finance professor, published a chapter in a book with student Viktoriya Staneva:
    • Cabrera, J. F. & Staneva, V. (2010). “International Contagion during the recent U.S. Financial Crisis.” Financial Crisis in the Global Bubble Economy, Nova Publishers (2010, 3rd quarter). ISBN 978-1-61668-339-9.  The paper was presented at the Academy of Economics and Finance Conference in Houston, Texas, February, 2010.
  • Christina Chung, marketing professor, worked with student Kristine Austria on a paper that they presented together at an academic conference and was published in the conference proceedings:
    • Chung, C. & Austria, K. (2010). Social Media Usage Motivations and Attitude toward Marketing Messages on Social Media among College Students. Northeast Business and Economics Association, Morristown, New Jersey.
    • Chung, C. and Austria, K. (in press, 2012). Attitudes Towards Product Messages on Social Media: An Examination of Online Shopping Perspectives Among Young Consumers. International Journal of  E-Services & Mobile Applications
  • Constance Crawford, accounting professor, worked with Murray Sabrin, finance professor, and student Efimia Tuneva on a paper that was presented at an academic conference and published in the conference proceedings:
    • Crawford, C., Sabrin, M., & Tuneva, E. (2010, October). Property Taxes in New Jersey: Are Homeowners Paying for School Districts at a Disproportionate Rates….Is There Tax Equity in New Jersey? Northeast Business & Economic Association 37th Annual Meeting, Morristown, New Jersey.
    • The paper was subsequently accepted for publication in a journal:
    • Crawford, C. J., Sabrin, M., & Tuneva, E. (2012).  Property Taxes in New Jersey: Are Homeowners Paying for School Districts at a Disproportionate Rate….Is There Tax Equity in New Jersey?  Public and Municipal Finance (1).
  • Ed Petkus, Desislava Budeva, and Christina Chung, marketing professors, worked with former student Hristina Dzhogleva on a paper that was accepted for publication:  Petkus, E., Budeva, D., Chung, C., & Dzhogleva, H. (2011).  Marketing Outputs as Art? Bringing an Aesthetic Sensibility to the Marketing Curriculum.   Marketing Education Review. 21(2), 113-124.
  • Thierry Rakotobe-Joel, management professor collaborated with student Nezabravka Dzhogleva on a paper that was presented by the student at an academic conference and was published in the conference proceedings:
    • Rakotobe-Joel, T. & Dzhogle Va, N. (2010, September). Optimizing The Profit Center Roles Of Customer Support Activities In Call Center Operations: The Case Of Customer Prioritization, Retention, and Conversion. Academic and Business Research Institute Conference, Orlando, Florida.