Twelve business research projects were presented at the 2021 Walker College of Business Dean's Club Research Poster Session on Thursday, October 27.
The following research from Walker College of Business faculty was featured.
Title of Research
|What makes a Good Audit Hire, and How has that Changed Post-COVID?
|Pennie Bagley, Kevin Eller, Brian Hasson
|The Impact of Coastal Groundwater Issues on the Coastal Tourist Economy of North Carolina
|Consumer Improvisation, Vulnerability and Resilience
|Pia Albinson, Kesha Coker, Jessica Zeiss
|Collateral Enforcement in Public Goods Games
|Newcomer Socialization: Investigating the Role of Cultural Values
|H. Kristl Davison
|Consumer Responses to Legality Framing About Medical Canabis in Social Media
|Air Transport in the COVID Era: A Fear and Satisfaction Analysis using a Best-Worst Scale
|Healthcare User Generated Content (HUGC) and COVID Vaccination Hesitancy and Resistance
|Is the Influencer I Follow Human or Robot: A Case of Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) Influencers and Brands
|Personality and Ethical Choice
|How Online Gambling Impacts Probability Judgements in a Bayesian task environment
|Collateral Enforcement in Small Groups
The research depicted in the posters was funded in part by the Walker College's Dean's Club, an annual giving society designed to benefit our students and faculty while enhancing our academic programs.
About the Walker College Dean's Club
Contributions from Dean's Club members provide unrestricted support each year for critical needs in the college such as: student scholarships, travel funds for faculty and students to attend course-related conferences and/or visits to corporations, seed money for new programs or opportunities within the college, and resources to bring guest lecturers, such as leaders in business and government, to the classroom. Learn more about the Dean's Club.
About Faculty Research in the Walker College of Business
Walker College of Business faculty produce and disseminate extensive research through both academic and professional communities. In the last five years, faculty members have published approximately 400 peer-reviewed academic journal articles, 130 conference proceedings and made more than 400 conference and professional presentations in 170 different venues. In total, the faculty has produced more than 700 individual intellectual contributions in basic discovery research, more than 400 contributions in applied or integrative research and 240 contributions in teaching and learning research. For more information, visit business.appstate.edu/faculty/research.