College of Business Online Newsletter
January 2013 – Number 199
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Call for Nominations for the 2013 Iowa State University Awards
Nomination cover pages and detailed Format and Electronic Submission Instructions may be found at the following sites:
for Faculty Awards
for Staff Awards
College and University Award Guidelines can also be found here
As a reminder, university awards designated on the Provost’s web pages as “Nominations Open Only to Colleges” must be submitted electronically to the college by our deadline of January 28, 2013. Please submit these to Julie Lelonek at email@example.com. The university awards are presented at the President’s Fall Convocation in September.
College of Business Holiday Social
Please note that there is a new date to save on your calendars for the CoB Holiday Social. Please mark your calendars for Friday, January 18 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Johnny’s in Hilton Coliseum. Please RSVP to
Krishnan, G., Sun, L., Wang, Q., and Yang, R. 2012. Client Risk Management: A Pecking Order Analysis of Audit Response to Earnings Management Risk. Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, forthcoming.
Diane Janvrin has been invited to be a panelist at the American Accounting Association Information Systems MidYear meeting on January 11, 2013 in Fort Lauderdale, FL. The panel is titled ‘ Research Directions in Accounting Information Systems’
Wang, Q. will present a paper (with Mike Ettredge) at American Accounting Association (AAA) Midyear Financial Accounting and Reporting Section (FARS) on January 12. The title of the paper is “Discretionary Allocation of Corporate Income to Segments under FAS 131: Effects on the Persistence and Price-relevance of Aggregated Segment Income” .
On December 14, 2012, the Department of Accounting held its Tenth Annual Contemporary Issues in Accounting Conference. The Gerdin Business Building welcomed over 100 accounting professionals from all over the state of Iowa to earn 8 continuing education hours. Presenting this year were Mike Bootsma, Jim Cannon, Christine Denison, Bill Dilla, Diane Janvrin, Cyndie Jeffrey, Melvin Lamboy Ruiz, Jon Perkins, and Sue Ravenscroft. The conference was coordinated by Jan Duffy, Elizabeth Salton, and Karen Mallas.
Career Week – Spring 2013
Mock Interview Day will kick off Career Week on Wednesday, February 6, 2013 in the Business Career Services office. Students can sign up for a time slot in ISU CMS starting January 14.
The spring 2013 Business, Industry and Technology Career Fair will be held Wednesday, February 13 from 12-6 pm in Hilton Coliseum. Faculty and staff are invited and encouraged to attend the Career Fair anytime from 12-6 p.m. and the social hour in Johnny’s from 6-7 p.m. Please consider inviting Kathy, Sarah or Tammy into your classes for a few minutes to share Career Fair information with your students.
Many industry recruiters and representatives will be staying on campus for Interview Day on Thursday, February 14. All interviews will take place in the Memorial Union.
The Career Week Speakers Series for students in the College of Business will be held Wednesday, February 6 – Tuesday, February 12. There will be over 15 sessions presented by company representatives. Watch for specific program titles, times and location details coming soon. Information will be sent to you for sharing in your classes.
Tammy Stegman will present to 75 students on the topic of Networking for Success at the 2013 Women’s Leadership Retreat at Reiman Gardens on January 12.
Our staff visited with several employers including: The Gallup Organization, Cargill, Caterpillar, Victaulic Company of America, and MRY.
Marc H. Anderson has joined the editorial board of Organization Science.
Tom Yoon and Joey George paper “Why Aren’t Organizations Adopting Virtual Worlds?” was accepted for publication in Computers in Human Behavior.
Peters, A. & Mennecke, B.E. Digital menu boards as influencer for healthy eating, forthcoming in the 15th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, July 21-26, Las Vegas, NV.
Entrepreneurship Based Economic Development. A $171,214 Rural Futures Institute (RFI) Research & Engagement grant application (under review), Robert Bernier, Roni Reiter-Palmon, Erin Pleggenkuhle-Miles, Sara McMillan, Anthony Townsend, and Brian Mennecke.
Course Registration Reminders:
• Prerequisites for spring College of Business courses have been monitored over the winter break. Students who are in violation of a prereq have been notified and will be notified again on January 11. Instructors will receive a list of students who remain in violation before the semester begins and we ask that you follow-up with these students about their missing prereq if/when they attend your class(es).
• Please note that Business faculty cannot sign students into Business classes using an add slip. Refer students to Sarah Wilson in 1200 Gerdin to assist in the registration of Business courses.
• Registration for Business classes will remain open on AccessPlus through the 5th day of the term (Friday, January 18). On the 6th day, class registration will close and courses may only be added in 1200 Gerdin with special permission. If you have other wishes (e.g. no adds after the 2nd class meeting, adds are okay until the end of week 2, etc.), please contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to all the faculty who assisted with recruitment events, prospective student visits, and special programs throughout the fall semester! We continue to work hard to recruit and support great students for the College, and partnering with you makes it all the more successful. Thanks again for your assistance and support! – Diann Burright
December 7, 2012
Iowa State Daily
Second forum held to discuss business dean search
December 3, 2012
Iowa State Daily
Open forum explores ‘right fit’ for new College of Business dean