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M.B.A. graduate Sam Hopkins ’15 and current M.B.A. student Warren Miller helped play a part in SU’s new solar parking canopy.
http://www.salisbury.edu/news/article.html?id=7464 

Mingjun Xue and alumna Veronica Sesvold ’17 helped welcome a senior Chinese leader to Maryland.
http://www.salisbury.edu/news/article.html?id=7400

Rachel Rolle Receives Global Korea Scholarship
http://www.salisbury.edu/news/article.html?id=7427

Logan Ryan Jones Scholarship Honors Late SU Student
http://www.salisbury.edu/news/article.html?id=7406

Christy Weer and co-author Jeff Greenhaus (Drexel University) had the manuscript, “Managers’ Assessments of Employees’ Organizational Career Growth Opportunities: The Role of Extra-role Performance, Work Engagement, and Perceived Organizational Commitment,” accepted for publication in The Journal of Career Development.

Mike Koval’s article, “How Shorebilly Brewing Company Won the Trademark Battle, but Lost the War: A Cautionary Tale for Entrepreneurs,” has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Legal Studies Education. The article will be published in Volume 35 (1) in February. The article explores a dispute between two Ocean City business people over the use of the trademark “Shorebilly” and describes how the legal issues in the case can be used to teach important intellectual property principles to business students.

Drs. Richard Hoffman, Olivier Roche and Frank Shipper of the Management and Marketing Department were invited to meet with Zhang Ruimin, CEO of the Haier Group Corp., in Washington, D.C., to discuss the book Shared Entrepreneurship: A Path to Engaged Employee Ownership.
http://www.salisbury.edu/news/article.html?id=7358 

Rob Richerson, assistant professor of marketing, and his co-author, James Mead (University of West Florida) have a forthcoming article in the Journal of Business Research titled “Package Color Saturation and Food Healthfulness Perceptions.” Across four experiments, the authors demonstrate that a learned association between food package brightness and unhealthfulness can undermine consumers' sincere efforts to choose healthful foods. The authors find that not only do consumers nonconsciously believe that bright packages contain unhealthful foods, but also believe the opposite – that muted packages contain healthful foods. As such, consumers may choose a food item in a muted package, nonconsciously believing that the food is healthful, when in fact the food may be unhealthful.

Jonathan Munemo attended the Case Method Teaching Seminar organized by Harvard Business Publishing at the University of Pittsburgh, March 31, 2017.

Jonathan Munemo co-organized a special session “Topics in Macroeconomics, Finance and Entrepreneurship” at the 2017 Canadian Economics Association Conference held at St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, June 1-4, 2017.

Jonathan Munemo presented the paper “The Crowding-in Effect of Foreign Direct Investment on Business Start-ups: How Relevant Is Financial Market Development?” at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Economics Association at the St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, June 1-4, 2017.

SU Economics Program Ranked Among “The Best Colleges For Economics Majors”
http://www.salisbury.edu/news/article.html?id=7352

SU Selected as a 2017-18 College of Distinction
http://www.salisbury.edu/news/article.html?id=7421

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