College of Business faculty recognized for recent achievements include Jennifer Davidson, Dr. Andre Maciel and Dr. Tawnya Means.
Jennifer Davidson, assistant professor of practice in economics and president of the Nebraska Council on Economic Education, was elected by her peers to lead the National Association of Economic Educators as president-elect in 2019 and president in 2020. The organization advances economic and financial literacy by serving educators.
Dr. Andre Maciel, assistant professor of marketing, co-authored a chapter in a new Routledge Interpretive Marketing Research book, "Taste, Consumption and Markets." His chapter "In or Out? How Consumer Performances Lead to the Emergence of New Tastes" with Pierre-Yann Dolbec of Concordia University in Montreal explores how networked consumers create new fashion trends that eventually become co-opted by designers and firms. Read more at: https://www.routledge.com/Taste-Consumption-and-Markets-An-Interdisciplinary-Volume/Arsel-Bean/p/book/9781138636576.
Dr. Tawnya Means, assistant dean, director of the Teaching and Learning Center, and assistant professor of practice in management, served as an international visiting scholar to lead the Building Content for Blended Learning two-day workshop at the University of Melbourne in Australia. The workshop was hosted by the university's Williams Centre for Learning Advancement, which provides professional development for the learning associated with a shift towards new teaching pedagogy.
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