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GONZAGA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Annual Digest

2015-16


Dean’s Letter Greetings from Jepson Center! The 2016-17 academic year is off to a great start! We are excited to bring you the fall issue of the Gonzaga University School of Business Administration Digest. We have a lot to share about our business school. Increased competition continues to impact higher education and business schools are not exempt from the effects of economic, technological, sociocultural, and demographic changes. Despite external environments being characterized by volatility and intensity, I am happy to say we are thriving. » EXCELLENCE marks what we do. We are wrapping up our re-accreditation review. We are one of only approximately 185 business schools worldwide to hold joint AACSB accreditation in business and accounting. One indicator of our excellence is enrollment. More and more students are seeking a business education from our school. Our undergraduate and graduate enrollments continue to grow. Once students are here, they accomplish many things. Whether it’s placement, competitions, or pass rates, our students excel. » Our ENGAGEMENT efforts continue to pick up speed. We want our students, staff, and faculty to “get outside” the walls of the Jepson Center and we want individuals from “outside” our building to join the activities of the business school. Advisory boards, networking events, site visits, guest lectures and speakers, career days, and just getting a cup of coffee are just some of the ways we are engaging with others. » Our Jesuit legacy continues to drive what we do and we look for INSPIRATION in all we do. A wonderful example of this is our work with a local Catholic grade school on a marketing/branding plan. The work our students do with non-profits is an outstanding way for them to gain hands-on experience. Our faculty and staff also are engaged in a project with a local food bank to help provide weekend food packages for elementary school students who might otherwise go hungry on weekends.

We have much to look forward to this academic year. The Dean’s search is behind us and our AACSB review will be completed soon. We need to nurture the new degree programs introduced last year. We have to build on the successful roll-out of our one-credit weekend professional development series. We must revise our strategic plan. We continue to encourage our students to compete, network, and work to complement their classroom experiences. The amount of programming we offer continues to increase. Look for a big announcement in the coming weeks about our annual Aram Lecture (as part of Ethics Week). It will be a busy and successful year! You can read in this Digest about the number of great things our students, staff, and faculty are doing. They are an impressive group and I am sure you will agree with me that we are well on our way to fulfilling our vision of being “an exemplar of Jesuit business education.” Thank you for your wonderful and continued support. Best wishes for a great fall 2016. Sincerely,

Kenneth S. Anderson, Ph.D. Dean, School of Business Administration

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New Rankings...................................................................... 5 Weekend Professional Development Series ........ 6 New Degrees & Minors .................................................. 7 Taking Names at Competition ..................................... 8 SBA Guest Speakers....................................................... 10 Alumni News ..................................................................... 12 Gonzaga in China ............................................................ 13 Student Scholarship Awards ..................................... 16 Photo Spread .................................................................... 18 New Faculty & Staff ....................................................... 20 Dean’s Executive Council & VITA ........................... 22 Faculty/Staff Awards .................................................... 23 Faculty Publications ...................................................... 26 Donor List ........................................................................... 30


U.S. News & World Report: In 2015 the Gonzaga University SBA was ranked among the best in the nation. We also earned rankings in undergraduate marketing (No. 26) and undergraduate accounting (No. 26). Our part-time MBA program was ranked 81st in the nation, one of three programs in Washington State to achieve a top-100 ranking. This marks the sixth consecutive year the program has earned a top-100 ranking from the publication.

For the fifth time in the last seven years, U.S. News & World Report ranked Gonzaga’s graduate accounting programs in the top 30 nationally. The 2017 rankings rated the graduate accounting programs No. 16 nationally.

CPA Result: Our accounting program continues to be in the top 5 percent nationwide for first time CPA pass rates. It is No. 20 in the United States for first-time CPA Pass Rate amongst large accounting programs at 76 percent.

USA Today: In a national ranking, the SBA was rated one of the Business in 2015-2016.

Top 10 Schools to Study Undergraduate

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Weekend Professional Development Series In Fall 2015, the SBA began offering one-credit weekend intensive courses to help students develop business skills outside of the traditional classroom. Topics included sales, negotiation, communication, image and reputation, value chain analysis, business skills for non-business majors, and emotional intelligence. More topics will be added as the offerings increase. The courses are very popular with students who may be taking 16 or 17 credits and can add extra courses to 18 credits without paying more tuition. Students also enjoy the intense nature of the courses that allow them to earn a credit in the span of a weekend. The courses are open to all students at the university. In addition to providing students with skills, connecting students to the business community is also a priority. Most classes include guest speakers or field trips, as appropriate. One class travelled to Redmond, Washington to spend the day at Microsoft.

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Here is what one student had to say about his trip to Microsoft: Israel Nehemiah Musonda “Today, I would like to honor Stuart McKee (Microsoft Chief Technology Officer and Gonzaga Alumni). He did an exceptional job being the host for my business class trip at the Headquarters of Microsoft campus. This man has demonstrated what being a Zag is all about: That you NEVER forget where you came from and make sure you bring people along for the ride with you. He gave my classmates a once in a lifetime experience. Sorry guys I’m not at liberty to share. Once again thank you for everything! God Bless!”


New Degrees & Minors Gonzaga University Launches Master of Science in Taxation After years of success with our Taxation Concentration in the Master of Accountancy (MAcc) program, Gonzaga is proud to expand its graduate accounting programs to offer a Master of Science in Taxation. This program, launched in fall 2015, can be completed in one year by full-time students, and is offered in the evenings for part-time students. Other key program features include:

Two new minors introduced in the School of Business include the Sustainable Business Minor and Digital Marketing Minor Students earning a Sustainable Business Minor learn about environmental issues and business concepts that relate to sustainability in the work place. Jobs in sustainability encompass the concept of stewardship and responsible management of resources and ways to improve an organization’s environmental, social, and economic impact.

• High quality faculty, all of whom have practical experience • Cutting-edge curriculum, designed with input from the professional community • Small classes, allowing greater discussion and interaction with faculty

Master of Science in Taxation 76% Gonzaga Students CPA first-time Time Pass Rate No. 20 in the US 97% Placement at Graduation Rank: Top 30 in 4 of last 6 years No. 14 in 2014 National Average in 2015-2016 “After being in the industry now for several years, I’m more convinced than ever that my education at Gonzaga was truly exceptional. Gonzaga’s tax program taught me not just the nuts and bolts of taxation, but the theory, history, and practical applications of taxation and how it relates to the people we serve as tax professionals.” - Shelby Culp, MAcc-Tax 2012

Students earning a Sustainable Business Minor are required to take courses from both the School of Business Administration and the Environmental Studies Department within the College of Arts & Sciences. These courses work together across disciplines to give students the necessary background in both business and environmental studies. Students earning a Digital Marketing Minor learn to integrate social media campaigns with more traditional branding activities, discern appropriate content and synergy between SEO and paid search, as well as how to write mobile phone applications that can mine valuable consumer information and use it to populate a secure relational database. This minor is open to all students. Business majors who want to acquire invaluable skills to effectively utilize and understand the varieties of marketing approaches in the digital age are especially encouraged to apply.

To learn more about our top-20 first-time CPA exam pass rate, outstanding placement success, as well as facts and details about the MS in Taxation program, please visit our website www.gonzaga.edu/MSTax

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TAKING NAMES AT COMPETITION DECA Collegiate DECA seeks to prepare students for careers in business. Students who want to participate in DECA’s competition are able to take a one-credit class that focuses on preparation. DECA 2016: Gonzaga sponsored the 2016 regional Collegiate DECA Conference at which eight colleges from Washington and Canada competed in 21 separate competitive business events. Of Gonzaga’s 35 competitors, 29 advanced to the international competition in Washington, D.C. At the international competition in Washington, D.C. about 2,000 students competed at the International Career Development Conference and from the Gonzaga team of 18 students, nine students (seven of whom were affiliated with the SBA) earned awards. Team of Marissa Vander Griend & Yuliya Golovchanova - Emerging Technologies - 2nd place, Colin Phelps - Retail Management - 3rd place, Team of Emily Saar & Carter Saar - Business Ethics - Top 10, Team of Mary Claire Squires & Amanda Johnson - Business Research - Top 10, Kari Dutcher - Retail Management - Top 10, Kelsey Forman - Travel & Tourism Top 10

PriceWaterhouseCooper National Accounting Case Competition A team of four accounting students won the local site competition at Gonzaga University. To get to the finals, the Gonzaga team competed against nearly 5,000 other students from 95 colleges and universities nationwide.

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The event involves high-level tax and accounting policy issues that test students’ critical thinking and communication skills. The competition also allows students to connect with PwC professionals for career mentoring. Gonzaga was among 90 schools to host the competition.

Milgard A team of Hogan students took first place in the 2016 Milgard Invitational Social Responsibility Case Competition, hosted by the University of Washington Tacoma. The team, under the coaching of Cole Kelly, Program Coordinator for the Hogan Entrepreneurial Leadership Program, wrestled with a case provided by this year’s sponsor, PEMCO Insurance. After a week’s preparation and two grueling rounds, they bested 16 other teams from throughout the United States and Canada. In the end, the team placed first, ahead of Georgetown University, the University of Florida, and the runner up, BYU.  This was the largest MISRC field ever.  The Hogan program has been sending teams to Tacoma for the last five years, and this year’s result not only marks our first championship, but the first time our team has been able to advance beyond the first round. Each team member won $1,000 for a total of $4,000. The total prize pool for the whole competition was $7,500. Student team included: Conrad Nilsen (Tualatin, OR) – Finance, Operations & Supply Chain Management, Emma Rabun (Lone Tree, CO) – Marketing, Joshua Schacht (Bellingham, WA) – Management Information Systems, and Jacqueline Zalesky (Corvallis, OR) – Economics, International Business.


KPMG/Seattle University Case Competition Winners! A Gonzaga student team won the 8th annual KPMG/Seattle University Financial Accounting Case Competition. The competition was among Pacific Northwest universities, and included the University of AlaskaFairbanks, Boise State University, Central Washington University, Oregon State University, University of Oregon, Portland State University, University of Portland, Seattle University, and the University of Washington.

Beta Alpha Psi For the 10th year in a row, Gonzaga’s chapter of Beta Alpha Psi was awarded Superior Status.

Collegiate DECA team members

SHRM Members of the Gonzaga student chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management competed in their first SHRM case competition in Omaha, Nebraska.

Hult Prize Gonzaga University’s Graduate School of Business team advanced to the regional finals of the 6th annual Hult Prize, the world’s largest student competition and start-up platform for social good. The team competed in San Francisco for an opportunity to win $1 million to start a new sustainable social venture. The team consisted of MBA students Kaitlyn Aliota, Devon Haugan, Jacob Landsberg, James McCue, and Eric Pemberton. Milgard team - Conrad Nilsen, Emma Rabun, Joshua Schacht, Jacqueline Zalesky

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SBA GUEST SPEAKERS The SBA traditionally welcomes business leaders to campus to expose our students, faculty, staff, and the surrounding community to a broad range of topics and events. The 2015-2016 events and speakers included:

7th Annual Aram Lecture on Business Ethics featuring, Jim Alling, CEO of TOMS, “TOMS… Improving lives through business.”

5th Annual Pigott Entrepreneurship Lecture featuring Antonio Anselmo, CEO, ChemBioPower, “Global Carbon Reduction and the Fuel Sector.”


2016 Family Owned Business Conference featuring Ivan Lansberg, Academic Director, Center for Family Enterprises, Kellogg School of Management: “Family Business: Transitioning to the Sibling and Cousin Generations.” 2015 Dean’s Breakfast Forums featuring, Greg Bui ’88, Vice President, Manufacturing Revolution, NIKE, Inc. “Innovation that Wins.v” John C. Williams, President and CEO, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco 2015 Careers in Marketing: A Day in the Life Panel Discussion Panels members included: Meishelle Havercamp, Product Manager, Talyst Annie Quisenberry, Director of Marketing, Northern Quest Resort & Casino Ed Reese, Adjunct Professor and Principal, Sixth Man Marketing Kevin Sanders, Adjunct Professor and former VP of Brand Marketing, Pita Pit USA Megan Smith, Senior Clinical Sales Representative, Intuitive Surgical Matt Teske, Principal/Creative Director, Teske Design 2015 Careers in Finance: A Day in the Life Panel Discussion

Panels members included: Rebecca Bull Schaefer, Associate Professor of Management, Gonzaga University School of Business Administration

Panels members included:

Adriane Leithauser, Lecturer of Business Ethics, Gonzaga University School of Business Administration

Jamie Boyd, JD, Managing Director, Cascadia Capital

Katy Bruya, Senior Vice-President, Human Resources, Washington Trust Bank

Nick Byrd, CFO, North America, Essence Digital Ben Freeburg, Investments Director, Summit Capital

Alex Jackson, Chief Executive, Providence Health Care, Holy Family Hospital, Sacred Heart Medical Center, Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital

Tim Henderson, CFA, VP, JP Morgan Private Bank

Jerry Reed, Chief Financial Officer, Lakeside Capital Group

Jaylene Howard, Consulting Director, Russell Investments Kyle McCoy, CFA, Vice President, Goldman Sachs & Co. Joe Smith, Associate VP for Finance, Gonzaga University Stanford Wyatt, CFA, Equity Research Analyst, Archon Capital Ethics Week Panel Discussion: “Building and Sustaining an Ethical Organization.” Moderated by: Brian Steverson, Aram Professor of Business Ethics, Gonzaga University School of Business Administration

Entrepreneurship and Sustainability Panel Discussion: Facilitated by: Erica Johnson, Associate Professor of Economics, Gonzaga University School of Business Administration Panels members included: Ryan Arnold, Entrepreneurship Program Director, Greater Spokane Incorporated Mike Hannum, Co-Founder and CEO, HarvestScape Beth Robinette, Co-Founder, LINC Foods Todd Beyreuther, Director, WSU Integrated Design Lab GONZAGA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION | 11


ALUMNI NEWS: Elijah Watt Sells Award: Samuel Crosby, a 2015 alumnus of Gonzaga’s MAcc program, is the third GU alum to win this prestigious award in the past eight years. Samuel was one of 75 who earned the Elijah Watts Sells Award. On average, 93,500 take the CPA exam annually. And he is the only award winner this year from a school in the state of Washington. Previous Gonzaga alumni winners are Kiely (Strohmaier) Kiehn (’11), employed at Clifton Larson Allen in Quincy, Washington, and Sheriann Wirkkala (’08), employed at KPMG in Hartford, Connecticut. The Elijah Watt Sells Award program was established by the AICPA in 1923 to recognize outstanding performance on the CPA examination. Sells, one of the first CPAs in the United States, was active in the establishment of the AICPA and played a key role advancing professional education within the profession. The award is bestowed upon those who obtain a first-time cumulative average score above 95.5 percent on all four sections of the exam (auditing, business environment, financial accounting, and regulation) on their first attempt.

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FACULTY LED STUDY ABROAD In the Spring of 2016, two SBA professors, Danielle Xu (Finance) and Tim Olsen (Management Information Systems) took 22 undergraduate students to China and Hong Kong. This was a four-week long program, with three weeks spent in China. The focus of this study abroad experience was to visit finance and technology industries in China. Some of the activities included meeting with Microsoft, Nike, Adidas, Baidu, GS1, and Renmin University. Following is a report from one of the students, shared on the blog they kept.

Steel wheel factory near Hangzhou By Student Natalie Hoebing

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oday, we began with a very valuable presentation on life tips and Chinese culture by a local Hangzhou entrepreneur, James Moore. He began with life advice quoting the notorious Warren Buffet saying, “marry right.� Choosing the right spouse for you is the most important decision you will ever make. Family is at the center of all life. Nothing will add more to your happiness than your family, so finding the right person for you and having a good family life is critical. If families fail, businesses fail and organizations fail. Family is the basic unit of life. He also said to have a good foundation of what is important in life. Happiness is crucial. Being happy improves all aspects of life and will especially help you do better in the workplace. He recommended scheduling time for your family and brought up the 80/20 rule, which we have talked about in our business classes. For those of you who do not know the 80/20 rule, it means that 20% of inputs create 80% of outputs. This concept not only applies to business, but it especially applies to your family.

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Faculty Led Study Abroad (Continued from previous page) James brought up another thing that is very important to know about the Chinese culture, which is the concept of the word “face.” It is very important to the Chinese people to appear better off. “Face” is not respect, but is something that is on the shallow side. It’s not about what you do, but how you do it. It is not about what you say, but how you say it. “Face” is the number 1 motivator in China. Here, losing a job or getting fired is something that is very demeaning. With the one child rule, many generations live under one roof. Getting fired and having to come home to tell your parents or your child is very difficult. In managing Chinese staff, if an authority told someone that they were doing something wrong in front of everyone, that person would probably not come back to work the next day and would find a new job because of the shame. A good manager will talk to others in private and start off with how grateful he or she is forthe work of the person being talked to, then move over to address the issue. This allows the person to share their feelings, which makes the person feel valued. Everyone wants to be understood. They don’t care so much about

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being right. It is very important to never let the problem that is being solved be more important than the person who needs to be helped or cared about. The saying, “it’s not about what you know, it’s who you know” is a million times truer in China. In the US, people are more concerned about results. In China, relationships are the most important asset you can have. In your life, it is very true that on your own you cannot do very much. You need others. The more people you have in your life that love you, care about you, and genuinely want you to be successful, the better off you are. Surround yourself with others who want your best interest. It is also very important to have a mentor in your field to give you advice throughout your life. Building a team is essential. Alongside this, it is good to have your own values and establish your own personal brand. This is why having a background in sales is very important, because you are constantly selling yourself. All of the information he gave us is true and extremely helpful for our journey as young adults.


After James Moore’s presentation, we visited a commercial steel wheel factory called Zhejiang Jingu Company Limited where we were given a tour by David Saylor, Director of Technology. Apparently, Zhejiang Jingu Company Limited is the most advanced wheel factory in the world, with 51 robots working on 3 car lines and 1 truck line, creating steel wheels and rims. We were given a tour of the factory where we saw robots take thick steel disks and pull them upward to create the wheel almost as if it was clay. The wheels are painted by “electropainting” This is similar to creating static electricity when you rub a balloon on your head. The paint will not stick to the steel wheel without some form of electrical charge. The leftover paint is recycled into the next batch. This means that 100% of their paint goes onto their products.

For more student stories, visit:

http://blogs.gonzaga.edu/sbaknowledgecenter/chinasummer-study-abroad-2016/

David gave us many fun facts about their wheel company. I have listed some below: • All of the machinery in the factory cost around $110,000,000. • The factory is in operation 7 days each week. • The company is valued at $1.5 billion. • David Saylor is the only American left in the organization out of the original 11. • There are 195 workers in total. At the very end of our tour, David let us in on a little secret. Apparently, they have just found a way to greatly reduce the weight of the steel truck wheel. Previously, the wheels have weighed 68lbs. They have just recently found a way to get that down to 47lbs. This is a very exciting moment in the history of this company. Altogether, it was very interesting being able to see how wheels are made. Being from the United States, there are so many commodities that don’t get appreciated. The amount of work that goes into every single product we use is tremendous. This was a very eye-opening experience.

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STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS Total Scholarship Given:

$429,723

2015 - 2016 BUSINESS SCHOLARSHIPS Fruci Accounting Casey Smith MM Satchell & SJ Schwering Karina Ko Frank & Sharon Bouten Sarah Bradley Perko Family Taylor Sandy Louie & Donna Lapke Benjamin Kotzian Jamyson Tritch Andrea Diloreto Nathan Disque Krista Davis

Paul B Shorett Gabriella Delmonte Charles H Davis Trey Hardy Miles Weinberger Marissa Vander Griend Chelsea Carey Brian McFaul Jaclyn Zalesky Paige Powers Allison Wonn Alexandra Thompson Thomas Owen Bradley Dale Daniel P Hogan Jr Michelle Rouse Marissa Dolby Samantha Belleque

Jim & Raeceil Day Richard Pfluger

Apregan Family Andrea Diloreto

Number of students receiving

Rudisile Family Jenna Metzer

Fred & Paula Bevegni James Medina

scholarships from the SBA:

Elaine Myers & Patrick Morris Katelyn Harding

IS & Emily Fetterman Alexis Del Rosario

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Bayer Corporation Samuel Johnson Stuart Lauer

Clarence H Barnes Cameron Chase Megan Rykaczewski Samantha Hoadley Whitney Woodruff

Thank you for investing in our students!

Alma and Gill Centioli Sydney Anderson Gavin Ormond Richard Pfluger Samantha Belleque Henri Charvet, SJ Eli Petropoulos J&K Neupert Maribel Covarrubias Ashley Thielen

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Clarence H Barnes Legacy Megan Bruno Emma Baldwin Spencer Larsen Alex Flora RoseMary Homma Brian McFaul Kourtney Schott Alexandr Floryanovich Gavin Imes


Matthew Mortimer Bailey Mills Caitlin Miller Celeste Delgadillo Jessica Mildes Anna Hauge Claire Zollars Krista Davis Janicki Family Anna Kirdahy Tomlinson Real Estate Group Christina Davis Riley Woods Yuliya Golovchanova Javier Barajas-Duran Columbia Bank Heather Remington General Business Sean Carlino Alex Welsh Kohls Memorial Bryan Abbott William H Schumacher Alexandra Reiling Carson Hollyoak Jane Hedequist Memorial Breda Bosch Roothaan Achievement Ty Smith Marc Le Poullouin Evan Bernhoft Luc Mackenzie A O & Evelyn Foster Kari Sandell Paige Powers Daniel P. Hogan Jr. Michelle Rouse Marissa Dolby

Samantha Belleque Angelo R. Mozilo Family Joshua Frager Alexander Yoon Xavier Collantes Miguel Avila 2015-2016 ACCOUNTING SCHOLARSHIPS Daniel Brajcich Sofia Alvarez Emma Baldwin Jordan Boyle Harrison Braaksma Alec Brummer Vincent Casareto Daniel Dato Cameron DeWitt Nathan Disque Qingyuan Dong Allison Foster Lucas Gately Trevor Harrison Christopher Hartis Cinthya Ibarra Gavin Imes Sara Lembke McKenzie Lubeck Alexander Lund Caitlin May Kimberly May Brian McFaul Kristin McNeley Austin Medina Angelica Meegan Jessica Mildes Bailey Mills Chad Misterek Caitlyn Miyamoto Matthew Mortimer

Deloitte Scholarship Fund Harrison Braaksma

Anna Ogilvie Karissa Pallagi Heather Remington Caitlin Ryan Nicole Sallee Elise Scacciotti Emily Schmidt Erik Schneiber Kourtney Schott Ilya Shiva Sean Sinclair Connor Stoeser Shelby Tiller Cassandra Torres Anja Trost Olivia White Allison Wonn Riley Woods Juliana Wynkoop Claire Zollars

Peterson Sullivan Scholarship Fund Kristina Boswell BDO Scholarship Fund Keli Nelson Berntson Porter Scholarship Fund Nate Henry Teresita Coombes Trinity Connor Roberts Daniel Campobasso James Elias Morgan Landers

Sodexo Sylvia Ely Joseph Peanasky Tomlinson Real Estate Group Christina Davis Riley Woods Yuliya Golovchanova Javier Barajas-Duran Janicki Family Anna Kirdahy Bob and Stevie Burke Katelyn Riggs Aaron Oommen Moss Adams Scholarship Fund John Shaughnessey KPMG Scholarship Fund Emmy Ruiz PWC Scholarship Fund Allison Wonn

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Welcoming our New Faculty and Staff Members:

Lecturer of Business Ethics - Adriane Leithauser Adriane Leithauser joined the faculty of the School of Business Administration in the Fall of 2015. Prior to joining the faculty, she was the Alumni & Outreach Specialist for the Graduate School of Business and taught for Gonzaga as an adjunct in the Philosophy Department. Adriane teaches Fundamentals of Business Ethics and the Senior Seminar in Ethics.

New Assistant Professor of Economics - Masha Tackett Masha earned her B.S. in International Economics in 2011 from Baikal National University of Economics and Law in Irkutsk, Russia. She continued her studies at West Virginia University where she primarily focused in development economics, public economics, and gender economics with additional fields in institutional economics, economics of migration, and economics of education. She completed her doctorate degree in 2016. She has a paper accepted for publication in Applied Economics. Shortly after completing her Ph.D., Masha, with her husband Andrew, moved to Spokane where they spent the summer exploring the state and national parks throughout Eastern Washington. Masha brings a rich background in teaching. Throughout graduate school Masha independently taught courses in principles of microeconomics and macroeconomics, comparative economics systems, and development economics. Her excellence in teaching earned her the Doctorate Student Teaching Award in 2015.  Masha is a great addition to the School of Business. She brings a wealth of personal and professional experiences to the classroom.

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Born and raised in Spokane, Adriane earned her B.A. in Philosophy at Gonzaga University after first attending an out-of-state school for two years. Clearly the experience at Gonzaga resonated as she went on to earn an M.A. in Philosophy and began working as an adjunct instructor for the Philosophy Department where she primarily taught core courses such as Critical Thinking and Human Nature. During this time, Adriane met her husband, Brian, a member of Gonzaga’s faculty. Together they were able to spend numerous semesters in Italy when Brian taught for the Gonzaga-in-Florence program, which both fed and added to their shared wanderlust. In addition to travel, Adriane and Brian love supporting live music, especially blues bands. In 2011, Adriane decided to pursue her MBA at Gonzaga. She cut back on her adjunct teaching in Philosophy and began work as the Alumni & Outreach Specialist for the Graduate School of Business. In that position, she had the opportunity to contribute directly to the personal and professional development of MBA students while also engaging with our alumni and the Spokane area business community. However, her heart led her back to the classroom where she is inspired by guiding students in their


pursuits to become men and women for and with others who will shape and serve their communities as future business leaders. Adriane is also very passionate about the Spokane community and is particularly proud of her work on Spokane’s Community Housing and Human Services Board and with the Spokane Alliance.

New Sophomore Advisor - Katie Zobell

New Graduate Academic Advisor - Esther Wilson Welcome our new MBA, MAcc, & MSTax student advisor, Esther Wilson. With more than 15 years management experience, Esther fully understands the dynamics of education in support of professional objectives and is very much looking forward to students creating pathways to graduation!

The School of Business Administration is excited to introduce Katie Zobell as our new Sophomore Academic Advisor. Katie comes to us with a solid background in academic advising, having worked at other institutions with undergraduate and graduate students in business administration.  Her former students came from all corners of the country, so she is well-acquainted with Gonzaga’s wide geographic reach.  She is also a strong believer in cura personalis, the university’s commitment to the development of the whole person.  She has a passion for higher education, loves academic planning, and wants to help students succeed.  This makes her a perfect fit at GU.

In addition to her new role in the Graduate School of Business, Esther has worked in the Sophomore Academic Advising for the School of Business Administration. Prior to joining Gonzaga University, Esther worked with three Fortune 500 companies. While with Pitney Bowes, she built the Inside Sales organization in Spokane.  Over the course of her tenure, she led employee growth that was consistently delivering more than $35 million of annual revenue (exceeding target!).  Preceding her work with Pitney Bowes, she worked as a Department Manager with Sears Credit, a Reservation Sales Supervisor for The Ritz-Carlton Hotel company, and is a proud graduate from Utah Valley University with a degree in Business Management. GONZAGA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION | 21


Introducing the DEAN’S EXECUTIVE COUNCIL The Gonzaga University School of Business Administration (SBA) Executive Council assists the Dean in accomplishing the mission to be a national leader providing education in business and fostering closer ties between the SBA and its constituents. The overall goal of the Executive Council is to serve as the advisory group to the Dean on matters related to strategic planning (at both the SBA and the University levels), accreditation, goal setting, curriculum development, industry relations, and external funding. 2015-16 ROSTER:

Kenneth Anderson ’81, Dean, Gonzaga University SBA Katy Bruya ’99, SVP Human Resources, Washington Trust Bank Frank Case, S.J., VP for Mission, Gonzaga University Geoff Goss ’94, Attorney, GGG Attorneys JoAnna Lake ’97, Director, 787 Financial Planning, Boeing Stuart McKee ’93, Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Kyle McCoy ‘01, CFA, VP Goldman Sachs John Naekel ’99, Global Category Apparel Leader, Nike Jeff Schmitz ’86, EVP and COO, Citywide Banks of Colorado, INC Chris Richard ‘00, Managing Director Audit, KPMG LLP Lisa Wrolstad ’86, Vice President Business Development & Program Management, Axis Capital

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VITA VITA provides Gonzaga students the opportunity to put into action many of the concepts they learn in class while providing a community service. Many VITA clients would have had difficulty obtaining much-needed refunds if such services were not offered. To volunteer, Gonzaga students attended two full days of training over a holiday weekend and then pass a certification exam. School of Business accounting students worked with the IRS and United Way for the third year to help generate more than $1 million in refunds through their free income tax return preparation efforts for low- and middle-income Spokane residents. For the 2016 filing season, 84 IRScertified tax volunteers served 981 clients and filed 840 electronic and paper returns. This is a 4.1% increase from the prior year resulting in $1.04 million in total refunds. For the 2015 filing season, the United Way’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site, which was staffed by nearly 60 Zags, filed 813 returns and generated $1,080,808 in refunds.


2015-2016

Faculty/Staff Awards and Recognitions

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ongratulations to Dr.’s Todd Finkle and Kevin Henrickson for winning the Centioli Faculty Scholars Excellence Awards. This award recognizes two faculty members for all-around academic excellence. Dr. Finkle published four journal articles and one conference proceeding this year. He also presented at a professional conference and had several non-refereed publications. He is coprincipal on a grant with the School of Engineering and Applied Science and created a relationship with the School of Law where entrepreneurship students work with the Legal Clinic. His mentor board of 28 entrepreneurs and professionals from industry assist students both inside and outside the classroom with innovations within the curriculum, job placements, field trips, and internships. He hosts the Pigott Entrepreneurship Lecture Series and Entrepreneurship and Innovation guest speaker series. In 2016,

Todd helped host Entrepreneurship Week with several speakers and panels. His teaching evaluations are excellent. He invited many entrepreneurs into the classroom and took students on field trips. This year, he created an undergraduate Business Plan Competition in the E&I Program. He advised two teams of GU students who came in 3rd place in the Entrepreneurship and B2B Divisions of Pacific Northwest Development Conference 2016. Dr. Henrickson published two articles this year. He serves as an Associate Editor at Economic Inquiry. His teaching evaluations are excellent. He redesigned two of his classes this year and designed a new course on Game Theory. He is co-chair of the Social Justice Core Curriculum Committee and serves on the handbook revision committee revising the criteria for reappointment, promotion and tenure. He also serves on the Institutional Research Board (IRB) and Athletic Council. He is the faculty advisor for the student Beta Gamma Sigma group and served on the committee charged with rewriting SBA RPT criteria and procedures. He regularly meets with President McCulloh on faculty salary issues, serves as chair of Environmental Studies in the College of Arts & Sciences, and is co-chair of a committee created by Dean Mermann-Jozwiak to examine department budgeting procedures. Kevin is working with Dr. Ryan Herzog on a student project examining the economic benefits of planting pine trees along public roads in place of using pesticides. Congratulations to Dr.’s Andrew Brajcich and Paul Buller for winning the Loeken SBA Vision and Values Awards. This award recognizes two faculty members for their significant contribution in helping the SBA fulfill its vision and live its values. Dr. Brajcich published a journal article, presented a conference paper, and served as a reviewer for two journals and a conference. He taught a variety of courses in the newly launched MTAX program. He also designed and taught classes to practicing CPAs and provided professional education to the Accounting & Financial Women’s Alliance. His teaching evaluations are excellent. He coordinated the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance which resulted in more than 80 Gonzaga accounting students contributing nearly 1,000 hours as IRS-certified tax return preparers at the advanced level. Andrew is a board member and finance committee GONZAGA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION | 23


Annual Publications Report 2015-2016 (continued) member for the Center for Justice in Spokane and an investment committee member for the Inland Northwest Community Foundation. He has several other community involvements. On campus, Dr. Brajcich is Vice President of the Board and Scholarship Committee Member and a member of the University Alumni Association. He serves on the following committees: Academic Council Program Review, SBA Assurance of Learning, Gonzaga Faculty Senate, United Way Campaign, Gonzaga Admissions, Gonzaga Benefits, and Gonzaga Budget. Dr. Buller published a journal article and made a conference presentation. His work on sustainability is extensive, including a brown bag presentation, course modules, and materials. His teaching evaluations are excellent. He has developed a hybrid doctoral-level course in Ignatian History, Values and Charisms, for Creighton’s new DBA program. Paul has been involved with the School of Nursing and Human Physiology, including facilitating a research roundtable and strategic planning. Outside of the university, Dr. Buller is a member of the board and treasurer of Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education. He also serves as an associate editor for the Journal of Jesuit Business Education. He is on the editorial review boards of Human Resource Management and the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies. He is a board member of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Inland Northwest. He serves on the following committees: SBA Strategic Mission and Planning Committee, SBA Reappointment, Promotion and Tenure Committee, SBA Jesuit Legacy Task Force, SBA Writing Task Force, Search Committee – Dean of Foley Library, Faculty Handbook Revision - Sabbatical Working Group, and University Core Integration Seminar Committee. Congratulations to Dr. Mirjeta Beqiri for winning the Loeken Academic Excellence Award. This award recognizes one faculty member for all-around academic excellence. Dr. Beqiri taught eight courses in the past year with rigor and excellence. She involved her students in campus events and community businesses. She brought multiple guest speakers to her students and gave multiple guest lectures in other classes herself. Mirjeta also assisted three other professors with coursework. She developed a new course on Business Forecasting, taught in the American Indian Entrepreneurship Program, and graded essays for the Jesuit Commons. In intellectual contributions, Dr. Beqiri published a journal article, a book chapter, and a conference proceeding. She also served on three dissertation committees. Her service activities are numerous. Some highlights include 24 | GONZAGA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

co-advising, with Connie Lipsker, the Collegiate DECA club (Leadership and Business Competitions) which this year involved preparing students to compete in regional and national competitions and hosting the largest Pacific Northwest Career Development Conference ever for 172 students and 15 advisors from eight colleges/universities. She also brought together two panels of students to discuss careers – one to discuss summer internships at Boeing and another to discuss the operations concentration and the opportunities in the field. She serves on the Academic Council, University Core Executive Committee, Reappointment, Promotion, and Tenure Handbook Revision Task Force, Service Learning Advisory Board, Mission Advisory Board and the Search Committee for Gonzaga in Florence Director. These are only a few of her committee and group memberships. The Teaching Excellence Award: This Gonzaga University award considers exemplary attention to any of the following activities directly related to an effective learning environment: designing and implementing new classes, developing innovative pedagogy, service-learning through courses, studentcentered research, or other activities that make learning meaningful. Two SBA faculty members were honored this year. The awards were presented to Gerhard Barone, Associate Professor of Accounting and Connie Lipsker, lecturer of marketing at the Academic Honors Convocation. The faculty fellowships formerly known as Jepson Faculty Fellowships were this year for the first time fully funded by the Clarence Barnes Fellowship funds. They will from now on be called the Clarence Barnes Fellowships.  Each of the following faculty members will receive a fellowship based on their publication of peer-refereed article(s) or unconditional acceptance of a peer-reviewed article(s) between June 1, 2015 and May 31, 2016. Scott Bozman • Bozman, C.S., Patil, V.H., Kurpis, L.V., & Lehman, K. (2016). Community Sport Social Benefits: A Basis for Continuous Improvement, Athens Journal of Sports, 3(2), 129-142. Jason Chen • Chen, J. C., Hsu, L., Chen, S., & Chiu, M. (2015).  Determinants of successful online transactions – effects of transaction assurance seal and reputation rating affecting trust and purchase intention of consumers.   Human Systems Management, 34 (2), 105-118.


Ta-Tao Chuang • Chuang, T.T., Nakatani, K., Chen, T.T. (2015) An Exploratory Study of Expected Business Value of Cloud Computing. Issues in Information Systems, 16(4), 37-47. David Elloy • Huang, C.S, Simah, A. Elloy, D.F. (in press). Exploring the Relationships Among Person-Organization Fit, Work Engagement And Positive Mental Health. Journal of Business Management. Don Hackney • Underwood, D.A., Hackney, D.D., & Friesner, D. (2015). Criteria for Sustainable Community Economic Development: Integrating Diversity and Solidarity into the Planning Process,” Journal of Economic Issues, 49(4), 1112-1123. • Hackney, D., Friesner, D., & McPherson, M.Q. (2005). Do Debtors Have an Obvious Financial Rationale for Filing a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Petition? Economics Bulletin, 35(3), 1572-1588. • Friesner, D., Hackney, D., & Johnson, E.H. (in press). What is the Actual Prevalence of Medical Bankruptcies? International Journal of Social Economics. Jim Helgeson • Kurpis, L.V., Helgeson, J.G., Ekici, A., & Supphellen, M. (in press). Consumers’ Use of Country of Manufacture Information: Turkey versus the U.S.A. Academy of Marketing Studies Journal.   Erica Johnson • Friesner, D., Hackney, D., & Johnson, E.H. (in press). What is the Actual Prevalence Of Medical Bankruptcies?” International Journal of Social Economics. Sara Kern • Kern, S. M., & Weber, G. J. (2016). Implementing a “Real-World” Fraud Investigation Class: The Justice for Fraud Victims Project. Issues in Accounting Education, 31(3), 255-289. • Brody, R., Cox, V., Kern, s. (2015). Gender Equity in the Accounting Profession: Progress or Good Marketing. The Accounting Educator’s Journal, 25, 131-147. • Kern, S. et al. “Framework for Taxonomy of Fraud” white paper, Stanford Center on Longevity, Aug. 2015. Available for download at: http://longevity3.stanford. edu/framework-for-a-taxonomy-of-fraud/ ) Lada Kurpis

• Kurpis, L.V., Helgeson, J.G., Ekici, A., & Supphellen, M. (in press). Consumers’ Use of Country of Manufacture Information: Turkey versus the U.S.A. Academy of Marketing Studies Journal.   • Bozman, C.S., Patil, V.H., Kurpis, L.V., & Lehman, K. (2016). Community Sport Social Benefits: A Basis for Continuous Improvement, Athens Journal of Sports, 3(2), 129-142. Dan Law • Law, D., & Patil, V. (2015). An Exploratory Study of the Effects of Exhaustion and Social Support on Business Students’ Persistence. Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 19(3), 187-193.  Mark Shrader • Finkle, T.A. & Shrader, M.J. (2015). Creativity Exercises In The Field Of Entrepreneurship. Experiential Entrepreneurship Journal, 1(3), 35-41. Dan Stewart • Stewart, D., Verbos, A., Black, S. Birmingham, C. & Gladstone, J. (in press). Being Native American in Business: Culture, Identity, and Authentic Leadership in Modern American Indian Enterprises. Leadership. Vivek Patil • Bozman, C.S., Patil, V.H., Kurpis, L.V., & Lehman, K. (2016). Community Sport Social Benefits: A Basis for Continuous Improvement, Athens Journal of Sports, 3(2), 129-142. • Patil, V.H. (2015). Gender and Publication Activity in Top Marketing Journals, Academy of Marketing Studies Journal, 19(3), 216-228. • Law, D.W. & Patil, V.H. (2015). An Exploratory Study of the Effects of Exhaustion and Social Support on Business Students’ Persistence, Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 19(3), 187-193. Danielle Xu • Kimbro, M. B., & Xu, D. (2016). The Accounting Treatment of Goodwill, Idiosyncratic Risk, and Market Pricing. Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance, 31(3), 365-387. • Cloutier, R. & Xu, D. (2015). Creating a High Dividend Stock Strategy While Exploiting the Low Beta Anomaly, International Journal of Revenue Management, 8(3/4), 324-342..

• Kurpis, L. & Hunter, J. (in press). Developing Students’ Cultural Intelligence through an Experiential Learning activity: A Cross-Cultural Consumer Behavior Interview. Journal of Marketing Education. GONZAGA SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION | 25


Annual Publications Report 2015-2016 RANDALL W. BENNETT Fizel, J. L. & Bennett, R. W. (2016). College Sports. The Structure of American Industry. Waveland Press [D].

Bull Schaefer, R. A. (2015-2016, June). Face-to-face teacher-student performance appraisals. OBTC Conference (Teaching Society for Management Educators), La Verne, California.

MIRJETA BEQIRI

JASON C.H. CHEN

Beqiri, M. S. (2015). Delivering quantitative courses online vs. face-to-face: Insights and reactions. International Journal of Science, Innovation, & New technology, 1 (13), 19-25.

Chen, J. C., Hsu, L., Chen, S., & Chiu, M. (2015). Determinants of successful online transactions – effects of transaction assurance seal and reputation rating affecting trust and purchase intention of consumers.   Human Systems Management, 34 (2), 105-118, doi: 10.3233.

Dupler, A., Crogan, N., & Beqiri, M. S. (2015). Medication AssistantCertification program in Washington State: Barriers to implementation.   Geriatric Nursing ANDREW M. BRAJCICH Brajcich, A. M. & Friesner, D. (2015).  Using Maximum Entropy Outlier Analysis to Identify Multinational Corporation Tax Havens.   Journal of Accounting and Finance, 15 (3), 11-26. Brajcich, A. M., Friesner, D., & Schibik, T. (2015).  Do US pharmaceutical companies strategically shift income to international affiliates?   Multinational Business Review. PAUL F. BULLER Pepper, M. B. & Buller, P. F. (2015-2016, July). Getting Out of the Mission Business.   Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education (CJBE) Conference, Syracuse, New York. REBECCA A. BULL SCHAEFER Bull Schaefer, R. A. (2015).  Face-to-face teacher-student performance appraisals.   OBTC Conference (Teaching Society for Management Educators).

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Yin, Y., Cheng, S., Chiang, J. Y., Chen, J. C., & Mao, X. (2015). Scheduling Problems with Due Data Assignments.   Discrete Dynamics in Nature and Society. Chen, J. C. (2015).  Investigating consumers; adoption intention of wearable devices from the perspective of consumer perception.   International Conference on Information Management. TA-TAO CHUANG Chuang, T., Nakatani, K., & Chen, T. (2015-2016). An Exploratory Study of Expected Business Value of Cloud Computing.   IACIS 2015 International Conference, Clearwater, Florida. TODD A. FINKLE Finkle, T. A. & Shrader, M. J. (2015).  Creativity Exercises in the Field of Entrepreneurship.   Experiential Entrepreneurship Exercises Journal, 1 (3), 35-41. Finkle, T. A. (2016).  An Examination of Job Opportunities, Candidates, and Salaries in the Field of Entrepreneurship.   New England Journal of Entrepreneurship. Finkle, T. A. (2016).  A current look at salaries and faculty demand within the field of entrepreneurship.   Journal of Applied Management & Entrepreneurship.


Finkle, T. A. (2016). Salaries of entrepreneurship faculty within higher education.   United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE). Finkle, T. A. (2015). Andrew Mason & Groupon, Inc.. Reprint in Launching New Ventures: An Entrepreneurial Approach 7th edition (pp. 502-510). Cengage. 

30-April 1, in New Orleans, LA., USA: Allied Academies. Kurpis, L. V., Helgeson, J. G., Ekici, A., & Supphellen, M. (2015-2016). Consumers’ Use of Country-of-Manufacture Information: Turkey versus the U.S.A. Allied Academies Spring International Conference March 30-April 1, in New Orleans, LA., New Orleans, Louisiana

Finkle, T. A. (2015). AdRoll: A Case Study of Entrepreneurial Growth. Reprint in Launching New Ventures: An Entrepreneurial Approach 7th Edition (pp. 454-458). Cengage.

KEVIN E. HENRICKSON

Finkle, T. A. (2015). Corporate Entrepreneurship & Innovation in Silicon Valley: The Case of Google, Inc.. Reprint in Launching New Ventures: An Entrepreneurial Approach 7th Edition (pp. 481-502). Cengage

Henrickson, K. E. (2016). Online Lectures as a Complement for On-Campus Classes.   Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, 8 (1), 119-130.

Finkle, T. A. (2015-2016). Salaries of entrepreneurship faculty within higher education. United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship (USASBE), San Diego, California.

MATTHEW L. HOAG

Finkle, T. A. & Shrader, M. (2015-2016, March). Stimulating creativity within the field of entrepreneurship. Western Academy of Management, Kauai, Hawaii. DONALD D. HACKNEY Hackney, D. D., Friesner, D., & Johnson, E. (2016).  What is the Actual Prevalence of Medical Bankruptcies?   International Journal of Social Economics.

Henrickson, K. E. & Wilson, W. (2015). Agricultural Transportation by Rail: Consolidation, Competition and Fuel Prices.   Choices.

Hoag, M. L. (2015-2016). Evaluating the PCAOB’s proposed other information auditing standard: the audit expectations gap, professional skepticism and related academic literature. American Accounting Association - Western Region, Seattle, Washington. Hoag, M. L. (2015-2016). Evaluating the PCAOB’s proposed other information auditing standard: the audit expectations gap, professional skepticism and related academic literature.   Northwest Accounting Research Group, Leavenworth, Washington ERICA JOHNSON

Hackney, D. D., Friesner, D. L., & Johnson, E. (2015-2016). Did the Affordable Care Act Noticeably Impact Consumer Bankruptcy Filings? MBAA Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Hackney, D. D., Friesner, D., & Johnson, E. (2016). What is the Actual Prevalence of Medical Bankruptcies?   International Journal of Social Economics.

JAMES G. HELGESON

Hackney, D. D., Friesner, D. L., & Johnson, E. (2015-2016). Did the Affordable Care Act Noticeably Impact Consumer Bankruptcy Filings? MBAA Conference, Chicago, Illinois.

Kurpis, L. V., Helgeson, J. G., Ekici, A., & Supphellen, M. (2016). Consumers’ Use of Country-of-Manufacture Information: Turkey versus the U.S.A.   Proceedings of the Allied Academies Spring International Conference March

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Annual Publications Report 2015-2016 (continued)

SARA KERN Bolt-Lee, C. & Kern, S. (2015). Highlights of Forensic Accounting Research.   Journal of Accountancy. Brody, R., Cox, V., & Kern, S. (2015).  Gender Equity in the Accounting Profession: Progress or Good Marketing.   Accounting Educator’s Journal, 25 (Dec), 131-147. Kern, S., Dow, K., & Watson, M. (2015-2016, May). A Case of Purchasing Fraud.   American Accounting Association Western Regional Meeting, Seattle, Washington. Kern, S., Dow, K., & Watson, M. (2015-2016, March). A Case of Purchasing Fraud.   American Accounting Association - Forensic Section mid-year meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina. LADA V. KURPIS Kurpis, L. V., Helgeson, J. G., Ekici, A., & Supphellen, M. (2016).  Consumers’ Use of Country-of-Manufacture Information: Turkey versus the U.S.A.   Proceedings of the Allied Academies Spring International Conference March 30-April 1, in New Orleans, LA., USA: Allied Academies. Kurpis, L. V., Helgeson, J. G., Ekici, A., & Supphellen, M. (2016).  Consumers’ Use of Country-of-Manufacture Information: Turkey versus the U.S.A.   Proceedings of the Allied Academies Spring International Conference March 30-April 1, in New Orleans, LA., USA: Allied Academies. Kurpis, L. V. & Hunter, J. (2015-2016). Developing Students’ Cultural Intelligence through an Experiential Learning Activity.   Palouse Language and Culture Symposium, University of Idaho, on April 16, 2016, Moscow, Idaho. Kurpis, L. V. & Hunter, J. (2015-2016). Developing Students’ Cultural Intelligence through an Experiential Learning Activity.   “What Does Global Engagement Really Look Like?” Forum for MA/TESOL faculty and students at Gonzaga University on February 5, 2016., Spokane, Washington.

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Kurpis, L. V. & James, H. (2015-2016). Developing Students’ Cultural Intelligence. Gonzaga University SBA Faculty Development Brown Bag Presentations, Spokane, Washington. DANIEL W. LAW Law, D. W. & Patil, V. H. (2015).  An Exploratory Study of the Effects of Exhaustion and Social Support on Business Students’ Persistence.   Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 19 (3), 187-193. JUSTIN D. MORSCHECK Morscheck, J. D. (2015).  Share Repurchases and Wealth Transfer Among Shareholders.   Financial Management Association. VIVEK H. PATIL Law, D. W. & Patil, V. H. (2015).  An Exploratory Study of the Effects of Exhaustion and Social Support on Business Students’ Persistence.   Academy of Educational Leadership Journal, 19 (3), 187-193. Patil, V. H. (2015).  Gender and Publication Activity in Top Marketing Journals.   Academy of Marketing Studies Journal, 19 (3). Patil, V. H. (2015).  Shiny for Interactive Application Development Using R.   Inland Northwest R User Group. Patil, V. H. (2015).  Getting Started with Geographic Data Displays using R.   Inland Northwest R User Group. Patil, V. H. (2015).  Gender and Publication Activity in Top Marketing Journals.   Allied Academies Spring International Conference. MOLLY B. PEPPER Pepper, M. B. (2015). Bringing Mission to the Classroom. Conversations in Jesuit Higher Education Magazine (pp. 52). National Seminar on Jesuit Higher Education. 


Pepper, M. B. & Buller, P. F. (2015-2016, July). Getting Out of the Mission Business. Colleagues in Jesuit Business Education (CJBE) Conference, Syracuse, New York.

ANNIE VOY

MARK J. SHRADER

DANIELLE XU

Finkle, T. A. & Shrader, M. J. (2015). Creativity Exercises in the Field of Entrepreneurship.   Experiential Entrepreneurship Exercises Journal, 1 (3), 35-41.

Kimbro, M. & Xu, D. (2015). Shareholders Have a Say On Executive Compensation: Evidence from Say-On-Pay in the United States.   Journal of Accounting and Public Policy.

Finkle, T. A. & Shrader, M. (2015-2016, March). Stimulating creativity within the field of entrepreneurship. Western Academy of Management, Kauai, Hawaii..

Korkeamaki, T. & Xu, D. (2015). Institutional Investors and Foreign Exchange Risk.   Quarterly Journal of Finance.

DANIEL STEWART Stewart, D., Verbos, A., Birmingham, C., Black, S., & Gladstone, J. (2016). Being Native American in Business: Identity and Leadership in Modern American Indian Enterprises.   Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings.

Voy, A. (2015). Trade and Child Labor. Handbook on Trade and Development (pp. 148-165). Edward Elgar [B].

Xu, D. & Cloutier, R. (2015). Creating a High Dividend Stock Strategy While Exploiting the Low Beta Anomaly.   International Journal of Revenue Management, 8 (3-4), 324-342. Kimbro, M. B. & Xu, D. (2015-2016). The Accounting Treatment of Goodwill, Idiosyncratic Risk and Market Pricing.   International Finance and Banking Society 2015 Conference, Hangzhou, China

Verbos, A., Birmingham, C., Black, S., & Stewart, D. (2015). Social Entrepreneurship in Indian Country USA: Lessons from Tribal Enterprises.   Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings. Gladstone, J. & Stewart, D. (2015-2016). Self-Determination and Indigenous Governance: The Native and Indigenous People’s Caucus.   Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada-British Columbia. Verbos, A., Stewart, D., Birmingham, C., Black, S., & Gladstone, J. (20152016). Social Entrepreneurship in Indian Country USA: Lessons from Tribal Enterprises.   Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada-British Columbia. Verbos, A., Kennedy, D., & Stewart, D. (2015-2016). Indigenous Perspectives on the UN Declaration and the PRME.   Academy of Management, Vancouver, Canada-British Columbia.

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We would like to thank our donors 360 Consulting Group Abbot Downing Russell Abrams Gary Agatep and Christine Hennig-Agatep Peter and Shelley Allen Carla Altepeter Michael Altringer Ken and Sue Anderson Associated Industries of the Inland Northwest Michael Atkison Avista Corporation Barry Baker Bank of America Charitable Gift Fund Richard P. and Joanne M. (Daly) Barber Chris B. Barnes Dr. Clarence H. Barnes Christopher J. Barnett James and Barbara Barry Theresa (Bauman) Miller BDO USA, LLP Richard H. and Cheryl Beck Benevity Meri B. Berberet Gerald Berger Berntson Porter & Company, PLLC Fred E. and Paula Bevegni George Binczewski The Boeing Company Dennis Bogdan William Bond William and Marcia Bond Christopher Bormes Kevin Bouchillon Eric Brady Douglas J. Brajcich, Jr. Holly Brajcich and Tom Krzyminski

Fred and Leslie Brown Jeffrey and Loriann (Zent) Brown Terri Stravens Aaron Schaefer and Rebecca Bull Schaefer Paul and Pattie Buller John and Stella Burke Stevie (Cada) Burke Edward and Toni Caferro Jay and Jackie Caferro Ron and Terri Caferro Alexander J. Calnan Kay C. Carnes William and Mary Case CBS Reporting, Inc. Gerard Centioli Centioli Family, LLC John and Gerri Ceserani Edmond F. Charette, Jr. Charitable Flex Fund Sylvester and Stacey Chatman Michael Cheever Jason Clark Trisa Clemons John S. Clifford Collegiate Tartan Apparel LLC Columbia International Finance Columbia Bank ConocoPhillips Nicole E. Cook Jim and Terry Coombes John Corrado Tom and Janice Correll Ernesto A. Cortez Linda L. Curtis Kevin and Mary Jean Daniels Naomi J. (Daniels) Hawn Jim and Raeceil Day Bradford Dear Jeffrey and Susan deBoer

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Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Dehmer Luino and Margaret Dell’Osso, Jr. The Luino and Margaret Dell’Osso Family Foundation James and Ruth DeWalt Daniel Dieckgraeff and Denise Thanepohn Greg and Margaret A. (Jones) Doering Theophilus M. Dolle Francisco and Teresa Dominguez Richard E. Driscoll Robert and Mary Dunn Eaton Corporation Hal Ebel Eide Bailly LLP Harry and Jean Emerson Ivan Epishkin and Irina Solovyeva Ernst & Young Foundation Etailz, Inc. Bob and Bobbie Evanson Scott and Teresa Ewing Christopher Fei I.S. & Emily C. Fetterman Foundation Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund Aaron and Casey Fielder Brenden Finnegan Matthew Z. Foos Ryan J. Ford Fox’s Spokane Denture Clinic, Inc. Clark H. Gemmill Global Giving Geoffrey E. Goss Peter and Cheryl Grabicki Grant Thornton Foundation David D. Green Lindon A. and Loretta Greene Ronald Greenwood Don and Sherie Hackney Fery and Ahmad Haghighi Harold and Katherine Hakes Elizabeth Haley Steven Harada Daniel P. Harbaugh

Rex and Ann (Haslinger) Harder Jack and Lisa Heath Denny and Paula (Fruci) Heck Naomi Hendricks Stephen and Patty (Hunter) Hennessey Henningsen Cold Storage Co. Dennis P. and Jane M. (McFaul) Hession Kent and Virginia Hickman Daniel B. Hodgin Christine M. Hogan The Hogan Family Foundation, Inc. Klaus O. Huschke ICM Asset Management, Inc. Inland Northwest Society for Human Resource Management Damion and Jami (Labissoniere) Jablonski Jack and Veronica Jacobs Steven Robert Jacobs Robert Janicki Kandee Jantz Bob and Alice Jepson Scott and Teresa Jepson Jenifer Jewkes Randall and Kellie Johanson Johnson Scholarship Foundation The Johnston-Fix Foundation Joanne Joyce Nicole E. Jurek Kaiser Permanente Akiko (Terai) Katori Robert and Michelle Keasal Daniel P. Kelly Pete King H. Bruce Kittredge Jackson F. Klopp Tyler R. Kowal KPMG Foundation Robin Krauter JoAnna E. Lake Lakeside Capital Group LLC Trevor P. Lampe Steve and Lori A. (Abraham) Lane


Carrie Lapke and John Lapke Christy and Mike Larsen Law Offices of Reed Schifferman Brian Steverson and Adriane Leithauser Connie (Ruddell) Lipsker Patti Livingstone Wil and Pat Loeken Mike and Peggy Sue (Lorang) Loroz Tony and Kelly (Judge) Lucarelli Stanford and Gloria Lum John MacKenzie Phyllis MacKenzie Estate Dan and Kathy Mallea Andrew D. Matsumoto Kyle and Katie McCoy Timothy and Jean McCoy Michael and Jean McGuire Alan J. McKee Anonymous in memory of Anita L. (Sherar) McKee William McMillen Anne Mettler Microsoft Corporation Molotky Family Charitable Foundation Arnie and Kathryn Mondloch Dr. and Mrs. Joseph G. Monks Anne Montgomery Scott and Lizbeth (Tomich) Morris James and Rebecca I. (Abbate) Morrisroe Moss Adams Foundation Moss Adams LLP Angelo and Phyllis Mozilo The Phyllis and Angelo Mozilo Family Foundation Rande Muffick Kyle B. Murphy Eric C. Franks and Molly A. Murphy Tim Murphy Michael Myers and Carole Rolando John Naekel Thomas F. and Liesl (Handwerker) Nebel

Cajer and Jamie Neely Don and Jeanette Nelles Brandon Nett Katherine Neupert Mark and Sarah Neupert Susan Nielsen Northwest Venture Associates Scott O’Brien Matthew P. O’Donnell Patrick and Darcy O’Toole Thomas E. O’Toole Cara M. Paganini Molly Pepper Gary and Marlis Petersen Spawn John Peterson Peterson Sullivan PLLC Philips Electronics North America Corp. Mrs. Megan Brown Pizza Pipeline Bill and Michelle Pohlad The Carl and Eloise Pohlad Family Foundation Bradley and Michele Pope Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP Sam and Shelby (Ratto) Reed Paul and Julie (Bourne) Rehberger Ted and Christine Rehwald D. Michael and Trea Reilly Orlin Reinbold David Remington Paul and Katie Rieckers Martin and Pamela Riley James Rivard Ellen M. (Gallagher) and Cindy Robinson Rick Robinson Margot E. Robison Michael S. and Lisa A. (Allen) Rowan Ashley Ruen Lowell and Kathleen Ruen Gordon and Katina Ruh Christina Rustik The Honorable and Mrs. Barry E. Ryan

Jamison Scarpelli Paul W. Schafer Reed P. and Robin Schifferman Jeff and Marcie Schmitz Robert D. and Judy Schroeder The Schwab Fund for Charitable Giving Kevin and Laura Sell Kimberly Ann (Smith) Sheehy and Michael Sheehy Amanda Silva Thomas and Susanne Simpson Darrell and Patricia Siria Thomas Stewart and Kathleen Skillings-Stewart Maurice M. and Margan H. (Haley) Smith, Jr. Maile Snider Sodexo Services Jim and Jeannine Songey Spectra Energy Foundation Spokane North Lions Club Christopher E. Stevens Connor Stoeser James and Shelby (Arveson) Stokoe Mark T. and Tyice Strahl John G. Stuppy Daniel R. Summerfeldt and Siobhan M. Daly Steven and Linda Swartley Steve Taborek Megan (Taylor) Satchell Shawn P. Taylor Kyle Teater Walter and Mary Anne Teets Matthew Teske and Anna Wuitschick Brett and Kimberly Thielman Thomas Hammer Coffee Ron Tierney Robert F. Gilb and Michele Tiesse- Gilb Neil Tocher Robert and Corrine Tomlinson Tomlinson Affiliate Services, Inc. T & B Washington, Inc.

Tomlinson Real Estate Group Frank Tomsick Raymond Townsend and Jane Osterhaus Connie Tschritter (RIP) U.S. Bancorp Foundation URM Stores Inc. Paul and Katharine Allen Robert S. Van Cleve Andy and Jenise Van Pelt Sophia Waltier Nicholas and Karen (Lindsay) Warrick Matthew and Marcela (Shannon) Warter Washington Trust Bank Todd and Christine (Hohman) Weaver Melissa J. Webb Gary and Jolanta Weber Mark and Lisa Weller Charles and Carlene (Bobbe) Wells Denise G. and Norman E. Wells, Jr. Family Foundation Gift Fund Wells Fargo Chud and Cindy Wendle Kevin P. and Jennifer L. (Prince) West Tate T. White Ryan R. Wilson Cathie Winegar Richard S. Winters Jason W. and Heather M. (Kampp) Wolff Judy and Paul Wood Workland Witherspoon PLLC Howard and Karla A. (Vantosky) Wright Hayden Chris and Lisa Wrolstad Xue Yao Wanlu Zeng

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