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A Unifying Textiles And Clothing Course: Implementing Corporate Aesthetic Management, Ann Marie Fiore Jan 2005

A Unifying Textiles And Clothing Course: Implementing Corporate Aesthetic Management, Ann Marie Fiore

Apparel, Events and Hospitality Management Conference Proceedings and Presentations

With a growing industry focus on branding, textiles and apparel courses should better prepare design and merchandising/marketing students to work together to create brand identity through product and store design.


Do Congressional Academic Earmarks At Public Research Institutions Encourage Research Productivity? , Matthew Lincoln Feldmann Jan 2005

Do Congressional Academic Earmarks At Public Research Institutions Encourage Research Productivity? , Matthew Lincoln Feldmann

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Academic earmarks identified by the U.S. Congress through attachments to funding bills have represented a sizeable and growing revenue stream to institutions of higher education, yet little has been determined about the impacts this funding has on these institutions or the products of these institutions. A study was defined to test the argument that academic earmarks provided support for institutions to build research and development (R&D) infrastructure necessary for competition with peers. The population of interest was all U.S. public research institutions, and the principal research question was whether academic earmarks provided these institutions with increased academic R&D infrastructure as indicated by changes in R&D expenditures between 1993 and 2002. Structural equation path analysis was used to test the relationships among institutional control variables, total academic earmarks received, change in R&D expenditures, and institutional peer rankings over ten years.;The study demonstrated evidence that the practice of congressional academic earmarking at public research institutions did not have an effect on change in R&D expenditures or an effect on peer rankings. Three ...


An Educational Program To Enhance Experiential Aspects Of Small Rural Business Websites, Ann Marie Fiore, Linda S. Niehm, Keila Tyner, Jihye Yoo, Miyoung Jeong, Cheryl Olmstead Hausafus, Haemoon Oh Jan 2005

An Educational Program To Enhance Experiential Aspects Of Small Rural Business Websites, Ann Marie Fiore, Linda S. Niehm, Keila Tyner, Jihye Yoo, Miyoung Jeong, Cheryl Olmstead Hausafus, Haemoon Oh

Apparel, Events and Hospitality Management Conference Proceedings and Presentations

Building upon specialized academic expertise, an interdisciplinary group of educators from three programs have developed an externally funded program for educating rural small businesses, on ways to enhance aspects of their website designs.


Leadership Behaviors In Hospitality Management Students, Susan W. Arendt, Mary B. Gregoire Jan 2005

Leadership Behaviors In Hospitality Management Students, Susan W. Arendt, Mary B. Gregoire

Apparel, Events and Hospitality Management Publications

The importance of leadership in the hospitality field is recognized by industry professionals and educators. This study assessed self-reported leadership behaviors and leadership context of 345 undergraduate hospitality management students at eight universities in the United States. Students reported class and work as the context areas where they most frequently exhibited leadership behaviors. Mean leadership scores were higher for students who had held a position in a club, had leadership coursework, were junior or senior classification, or were female. No significant differences for mean leadership practice scores were seen based on age or having supervisory experience. Suggestions for integrating leadership ...