Research Updates June 2010

Dan Baack, assistant professor of marketing in the Daniels College of Business, had a paper, “Strategic Brand Association Maps: Developing Brand Insight,” accepted for forthcoming publication in the Journal of Product and Brand Management.


Sturm College of Law Professor George “Rock” Pring was quoted in a May 31, 2010, New York Times article about “Slapp” lawsuits (strategic lawsuit against public participation). Pring co-wrote the 1996 book Slapps: Getting Sued For Speaking Out. The St. Louis Globe-Democrat, St. Louis Post-Dispatch, MSNBC.com, India’s Economic Times and Financial Chronicle, the Herald Tribune (Sarasota, Fla.) and UPI also carried the story.


University Writing Program Lecturer Matt Hill delivered a paper, “Me! I Disconnect From You: Ethical Responsibility and Choosing Who Can Speak,” at the 14th Biennial Conference of the Rhetoric Society of America May 28-31, 2010, in Minneapolis, Minn.


Law Professor Nancy Ehrenreich recently was named the first recipient of the William M. Beaney Memorial Research Chair at the Sturm College of Law.


Economics Assistant Professor Markus Schneider received the Edith Henry Johnson Memorial Award in Economics, Civil Affairs, and Education for his dissertation, “Essays on the Statistical Mechanics of the Labor Market and Implications for the Distribution of Earned Income,” at the 2010 commencement ceremony at the New School for Social Research.


Don Bergh, professor of management at Daniels College of Business, has co-authored two journal articles, “New Theoretical Frontiers of the Reputation-Performance Relationship: A Multiple Theoretical Perspective” and “Reconsidering the Reputation-Performance Relationship: A Resource-based View,” both published in the Journal of Management. In 2009, Bergh won the Outstanding Strategic Management Journal Editorial Review Board Member award.


Scott Pegan, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, co-authored “Kinetic and Structural Characterization of a Heterohexamer 4-Oxalocrotonate Tautomerase from Chloroflexus aurantiacus J-10-fl: Implications for Functional and Structural Diversity in the Tautomerase Superfamily,” which will be published as the cover article in the July 2010 issue of Biochemistry.


Chuck Patti, James M. Cox Professor of Customer Experience Management in the Department of Marketing, and Ron Rizzuto, a professor in the Reiman School of Finance, have released a new book, Customer Experience Management: Lessons and Insights for the Cable Industry (CableFAX/The Cable Center, 2010).


On June 10, 2010, law Adjunct Professor Regina Germain will receive the Pro Bono Service Award from the American Immigration Lawyers Association Colorado Chapter.


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