New Faculty Research Seminar Series

New Faculty Research Seminar Series

The Indiana University East New Faculty Research Seminar Series will be held October 14 through November 4. Lectures are scheduled from 12:15-1:15 p.m. The lectures are free and open to the public.

The schedule is:

October 14 – Anita Morgan, assistant professor of business administration, Community Room, Whitewater Hall
“A Study of the Factors That Motivate Managers to Provide Precise Forecasts in the MD&A Section of the Annual Report”

October 15 – Gary Breitenbach, visiting lecturer in biology, Community Room, Whitewater Hall
“Inter-generational poverty in Fayette County, Indiana: a 10-year snapshot”

October 21 – Natalia Rybas, assistant professor of communication studies, Community Room, Whitewater Hall
“Producing the Networked Self: The Intricacies of Performing Digital Identities”

October 22 – Oi Lin Cheung, assistant professor of finance, Distinguished Alumni Room, Whitewater Hall
“ADR Market Timing: In Which Market Do Issuers Possess Better Market-Timing Ability and What Is the Role of Regulations?”

October 27 – John Stager, assistant professor of business administration and informatics, Distinguished Alumni Room, Whitewater Hall
“Dialogue, Collaboration, and Informatics”

October 28 – Daron Olson, assistant professor of history, Distinguished Alumni Room, Whitewater Hall
“Building a Greater Norway: The Creation of a Transnational Identity”

November 2 – Frances Yates, associate librarian, director of the IU East Campus Library, Community Room, Whitewater Hall
“Children’s Literature as a Catalyst for Creative Organizational Thinking”

November 4 – Denice Williams, visiting lecturer in Reading Education, Distinguished Alumni Room, Whitewater Hall
“The Impact of Oral Language Intervention on Early Literacy Learning”

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