Assessing The Influence Of Career-Linked Experiential Opportunities On The F-1 Undergraduate Student Enrollment Decision-Making Process, Harrison Fuerst
International mobility efforts in the United States have garnered increased attention and funding in recent years, with such government-led initiatives as Generation Study Abroad and 100,000 Strong driving up inbound and outbound student numbers. Recent inbound mobility reports from the Institute of International Education show double-digit percentage increases in international student enrollment. Other countries also experiencing an influx of international students continue to research these trends to shape their own education strategies. Research conducted by the International Education Association of Australia points specifically to hands-on professional experience and enhanced employability as key factors important to Australia’s international student ...
The Importance Of Faculty Appreciation And Recognition: A Case Study Of One Institution, 2017 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
The Importance Of Faculty Appreciation And Recognition: A Case Study Of One Institution, Allison Sahl
Humboldt Journal of Social Relations
This study examines racial differences in faculty satisfaction with appreciation and recognition at a large university in the western United States. Using organizational socialization theory, I argue that appreciation and recognition are important to overall faculty satisfaction and, ultimately, the satisfaction with the institution as a place to work. Racial differences exist in these measures, suggesting Asian faculty are least satisfied. These results suggest that challenges to diversifying higher education institutions may rely, in part, on the acknowledgment faculty members receive for their work and from whom these acknowledgments are made. Additionally, these measures influence overall satisfaction with the institution ...
Introducing The Invisible Man: Black Male Professionals In Higher Education, 2017 University of Central Florida
Introducing The Invisible Man: Black Male Professionals In Higher Education, Claudine Turner, Liz Grauerholz
Humboldt Journal of Social Relations
The absence of Black male professionals in higher education pose a serious challenge to diversity and social justice in colleges and universities. Not only does this paucity reinforce the dominant racial system within these institutions and contribute to the marginalization and discrimination experienced by these men, the lack of Black men in professional positions has serious implications for the retention and graduation of students of color. Yet, despite their important role, very little research exists about their experiences as professionals within institutions of higher education. This study fills this gap by examining Black men working as faculty, administrative or professional ...
Time Travel, Labour History, And The Null Curriculum: New Design Knowledge For Mobile Augmented Reality History Games, 2017 Rochester Institute of Technology
Time Travel, Labour History, And The Null Curriculum: New Design Knowledge For Mobile Augmented Reality History Games, Owen Gottlieb
This paper presents a case study drawn from design-based research (DBR) on a mobile, place-based augmented reality history game. Using DBR methods, the game was developed by the author as a history learning intervention for fifth to seventh graders. The game is built upon historical narratives of disenfranchised populations that are seldom taught, those typically relegated to the 'null curriculum'. These narratives include the stories of women immigrant labour leaders in the early twentieth century, more than a decade before suffrage. The project understands the purpose of history education as the preparation of informed citizens. In paying particular attention to ...
Disrespecting The Minimum Wage: How States Limit The Opportunity For Restaurant Workers To Support Themselves, 2017 San Jose State University
Disrespecting The Minimum Wage: How States Limit The Opportunity For Restaurant Workers To Support Themselves, Samantha Pereira
Themis: Research Journal of Justice Studies and Forensic Science
This paper examines the inequality in the restaurant industry in America. It focuses specifically on the tipped minimum wages in different states compared to the real minimum wage and looks into the gender and racial inequality present in restaurants. The first section analyzes the history of tipping and what it has become in the United States. The paper then moves to describe different struggles that tipped workers in the restaurant industry have to face. The paper also discusses different arguments to raising the tipped minimum wage and compares states with a tipped minimum wage and states without a tipped minimum ...
Volunteer Management In Faith-Based Organizations, 2017 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Volunteer Management In Faith-Based Organizations, Cheryl Regina Coleman
UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones
Faith-Based Organizations (FBOs) rely heavily on volunteers to carry out their mission, making volunteer labor fundamental to an organization’s business operations and outcomes. A review of the literature revealed a significant gap in managing volunteers effectively in a nonprofit, faith- based setting. The standard business management practices typically employed when managing volunteers lack effectiveness in nonprofit FBO environments. Employing for-profit management practices to managing volunteer labor in nonprofit settings is especially challenging given the uniqueness of nonprofit organizations that rely on volunteer over paid labor. Challenges include the organization’s values, mission, identity, social goals, outcomes, and ideological characteristics ...
Project And Research Management: Integrating Systems, Data, And People In Multidisciplinary Work (Vol. 5), 2017 Iowa State University
Project And Research Management: Integrating Systems, Data, And People In Multidisciplinary Work (Vol. 5), Lori Abendroth, Daryl Herzmann, Suresh Lokhande, Giorgi Chighladze, Katie Schwaegler, Lois Wright Morton
Sustainable Corn: Extension Publications and Technical Reports
This technical report summarizes the experiential and technical knowledge in project and research management from the Sustainable Corn Coordinated Agricultural Project team. The management infrastructure, processes, outcomes, lessons learned, and insights presented in this report will be particularly relevant to directors and managers of other large teams.
Why Every Manager Needs A Sponsor, 2017 Singapore Management University
Why Every Manager Needs A Sponsor, Jovina Ang, Jochen Reb
Asian Management Insights
The truth is—apart from being greatin their jobs, many successful managersoften credit their success to someone,somewhere along the way—who not onlygave them a pivotal career break, butalso pushed them, inspired them andhelped them grow.
How To Measure Well-Being At Work And Why It Matters, 2017 Singapore Management University
How To Measure Well-Being At Work And Why It Matters, Singapore Management University
Supported staff are key drivers of high performing workplaces
The Economic Benefits Of Women On Ipo Firm Boards, 2017 CUHK Business School
The Economic Benefits Of Women On Ipo Firm Boards, Singapore Management University, Paul B. Mcguinness
The gender composition of corporate boards is currently a hotly-debated topic, with regulators, lobby groups and social commentators all active in the push for greater female board representation.
A Tanzanian Woman's Place Is On Top: An Exploration Of Women's Participation In Kilimanjaro's Trekking Tourism Industry, Margeaux Prinster
International Development, Community and Environment (IDCE)
While high poverty rates persist for women in Tanzania, the growing trekking tourism industry surrounding Mount Kilimanjaro and its resulting demand for labor presents these impoverished women with a potential avenue for economic empowerment. This paper examines the national and local realities of women’s work in Tanzania, analyzing culturally informed gendered patterns of employment against the colonial and sexist histories of tourism and commercial mountaineering on Mount Kilimanjaro to identify barriers to women’s economic participation in Kilimanjaro’s trekking tourism industry. This analysis is followed by a cross-cultural comparison with Nepal, focusing specifically on women’s barriers to ...
The Dangers And Self Protective Behaviors Of Ride Share Drivers., 2017 University of Louisville
The Dangers And Self Protective Behaviors Of Ride Share Drivers., M. Angela Schwendau
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
Ride-sharing companies have sprung up in various countries around the world, starting in the United States, in the past five years (Uber, 2015). These entrepreneurial upstarts have invaded the transportation industry with contract drivers and no regulations. As independent contractors, these drivers are not afforded the rights and protections as employees. Therefore, they question whether the companies, Uber and Lyft, are concerned about their safety and security. The closest profession to ride share drivers are taxicab drivers, who are considered to have one of the most violent jobs in the United States (Richardson & Windau, 2003). Specifically, they have a higher ...
Grassroots Diplomacy And Vernacular Law: The Discourse Of Food Sovereignty In Maine, 2017 University of Maine-Orono
Grassroots Diplomacy And Vernacular Law: The Discourse Of Food Sovereignty In Maine, John Welton
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This thesis studies the discourse of food sovereignty in Maine, a coalition of small-scale farmers, consumers, and citizens building an alternative food system based on a distributed form of production, processing, selling, purchasing, and consumption. This distribution occurs at the municipal level through the enactment of ordinances. Using critical-rhetorical field methods, I argue that the discourse of food sovereignty in Maine develops a ‘constitutive’ rhetoric that composes rural society through affective relationships. Advocates engage the industrial food system to both expose its systemic bias against small-scale farming and construct their own discourse of belonging. Based upon agrarian values such as ...
Building Diversity In The Construction Trades, 2017 Portland State University
Building Diversity In The Construction Trades, Maura Kelly
Sociology Faculty Publications and Presentations
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Dayton's Best Conceptual Design Presentation, 2017, 2017 University of Dayton
Dayton's Best Conceptual Design Presentation, 2017, Andrew Eckrich, Zachary Siefker, Theresa Isemann
Sustainability and Connectivity
This conceptual design presentation was given mid-semester during Spring 2017. It contains descriptions of the project team's short- and long-term goals, early strategies, results from the UD Hack-a-thon, and next steps for the project.
Presentation: Dayton's Best (Stander Symposium, 2017), 2017 University of Dayton
Presentation: Dayton's Best (Stander Symposium, 2017), Andrew Eckrich, Theresa Isemann, Zachary Siefker
Sustainability and Connectivity
This is the "Dayton's BEST" (Businesses Engaging Sustainability Together) presentation given at Stander Symposium 2017. It provides the mission, vision, and scope of the resource management project.
The Economic Legacies Of Lingering Colonialism: A Case Study In Identity And Multiculturalism In Northern Morocco And The Spanish Enclaves, Jeremy Vale
Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection
Founded in ancient times, the twin Spanish cities of Ceuta and Melilla combined comprise just 11.8 square miles and have fewer than 200,000 inhabitants. Despite their rather insignificant sizes, they are important because they serve as the only land borders between the European Union and the African continent, generating a host of complicated questions. This research explores the role of smuggling as a form of micro-economy and identity. Through interviews of Moroccans with ties to smuggling as well as interviews with residents of Ceuta, this case study begins to examine the role smuggling plays in the debates about ...
Does Wage-Inflation Targeting Complement Foreign Exchange Intervention? An Evaluation Of A Multi-Target, Two-Instrument Monetary Policy Framework, 2017 Singapore Management University
Does Wage-Inflation Targeting Complement Foreign Exchange Intervention? An Evaluation Of A Multi-Target, Two-Instrument Monetary Policy Framework, Taojun Xie, Jingting Liu, Joseph Dennis Alba, Waimun Chia
Research Collection Lee Kong Chian School Of Business
We assess the inclusion of wage inflation as an intermediate target of an emerging central bank using a dynamic stochastic general equilibrium model with sticky wages and prices calibrated for the South Korean economy. The model includes wage inflation as an additional target jointly with domestic price inflation and the output gap in a Taylor- type interest rate rule operating with a sterilized foreign exchange (FX) intervention rule. Our results show a complementary relationship between wage inflation targeting and price inflation targeting. That is, by supplementing price inflation targeting with wage inflation targeting, welfare improves for cases with and without ...
Pay For Performance: What Type Of Pay Scheme Is Best For Achieving Business Results?, 2017 Singapore Management University
Pay For Performance: What Type Of Pay Scheme Is Best For Achieving Business Results?, Fermin Augusto Diez
Dissertations and Theses Collection
Much has been written, for and against, about compensation as a driver of performance. Two main theoretical constructs deal with this subject: extrinsic theory, including agency theory, whereby money is a main motivator to performance, and intrinsic theory which proposes that money does not motivate, and in fact may hinder, performance. However, corporations spend considerable effort in designing compensation packages with the objective of linking remuneration to performance. Practitioners have developed a variety of mechanisms to deliver pay packages, but heretofore there has been no attempt to validate which, if any, of these various approaches is better able to drive ...
The Tribulations Of Moroccan Child Laborers: A Forced Existence And Loss Of Innocence, 2017 SIT Study Abroad
The Tribulations Of Moroccan Child Laborers: A Forced Existence And Loss Of Innocence, David Wien-Kandil
Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection
The principal focus of this research paper is to analyze the prevalence and status of child laborin the Kingdom of Morocco and reflectupon the compounding conditions perpetuatingitsuse in the labor market, especially pertaining to the domestic sphere.Despite several regulationsoutlawing its practice, the use of child labor is common across many industries but working conditionsfound in the domestic sectors are particularly severe. Consequently,the primary subjects of this study are concentratedaroundchildrenemployed within the household as maids known as “petite bonne” or little maids. Many of these child maidssuffer physical, verbal, sexual andpsychological abuses by their employers. Additionally, they are ...