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Faculty development grants awarded

by Kalamalama staff

   
Hawai‘i Pacific University recently awarded faculty development grants to professors from the College of Liberal Arts. Twentyfour HPU faculty received grants totaling more than $36,000 for professional development initiatives that took place in fall of 2002.
   

Jerry Agrusa, Associate Professor of Travel Industry Management, is awarded for speaking in the American Marketing Association’s Toward Tomorrow: Domestic, Global, Virtual Marketing Conference, San Diego, California, August 2002; and for his participation as a panelist at the Tourism Sciences Society of Korea’s 52nd TOSOK 2002 International Tourism Symposium and Conference, Buyeo, Korea, August 2002.

Jerry Agrusa
 

Dale Allison, professor of nursing, is awarded for presenting a paper on “Service Learning as a Vehicle for the Development of Transcultural Nursing/Culturally Competent Care in a Multicultural Community” at the 28th Annual Conference of the Transcultural Nursing Society, Toronto, Canada, October 2002.

 

Robert Borofsky, professor of anthropology, is awarded for presenting a paper on “Public? Now What Does That Mean?” at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, November 2002.

Scott Campbell, assistant professor of communication, is awarded $1,493.70 for presenting a paper on “Communication Accommodation in Electronic Mail, Or: Answers to the Old ‘What’s in a Word?’ Question” at the Annual Conference of the National Communication Association (NCA), New Orleans, December 2002.

Robert Borofsky

 

Grace Cheng, assistant professor of political science, is awarded for her participation in a conference on Globalization and Trafficking, Globalization Research Center and East-West Center, University of Hawai‘i, Mânoa, November 2002.

ReNel Davis, associate professor of nursing, is awarded presenting a paper on “Service Learning as a Vehicle for the Development of Transcultural Nursing/Culturally Competent Care in a Multicultural Community” at the 28th Annual Conference of the Transcultural Nursing Society in Toronto, Canada, October 2002.

Antonina Espiritu, associate professor of economics, is awarded for presenting a paper on “Digital Divide and Productivity Growth: Cross-country Evidence” at the Southern Economics Association’s 2002 Conference in New Orleans, November 2002.

Jerome Feldman, professor of art history, is awarded for his attendance to the Pacific Arts Association Conference in Dresden, Germany, October 2002; and for presenting a paper on “Nias Ancestors in Basel” at the Museum der Kulturen in Basel, Switzerland, October 2002.

Phyllis Frus, assistant professor of English, is awarded for her participation as a panelist at the Jack London Society Biennial Symposium, Lihue, Kauai, October 2002.

Joseph Ha, assistant professor of marketing, is awarded for his participation in the American Marketing Association’s Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education in Chicago, Illinois, November 2002; and for participation in the American Marketing Association’s Summer Marketing Education Conference, San Diego, August 2002.

Thomas Kam, assistant professor of accounting and finance, is awarded for his participation in the annual meeting of the American Accounting Association, San Antonio, Texas, August 2002. Jack Karbens, associate professor of accounting and finance, is awarded for his participation in the American Institute of CPA’s Fall 2002 National Meeting in Kapalua, Maui, October 2002.

Keith Korsmeyer, associate professor of biology, is awarded for his presentation on “Regulation of Brain Temperature in Yellowfin Tuna: Evidence of Alterations in Blood Flow” at the American Fisheries Society’s International Congress on the Biology of Fish, Vancouver, Canada, July 2002; and for presenting “Active Regulation of Brain Temperature in Yellowfin Tuna” at the American Physiological Society Meeting, San Diego, California, August 2002.

 

Patricia Lange-Otsuka, associate professor of nursing, is awarded for her participation at the National League for Nursing Educational Summit 2002 in Anaheim, California, September 2002.

Guenter Meissner, associate professor of finance, is awarded for presenting a paper on “Portfolio Credit Risk Modeling” at the 9th Global Finance Association annual conference, Beijing, China, May 2002.

Patricia Lange-Otsuka
 

Michael Pavkovic, associate professor of history, is awarded for presenting a paper on “Conscription Efforts in the Kingdom of Westphalia: Nationalism Versus Military Tradition” at the KLIO’s Die Westfalische Armee Seminar, Bornheim/Bonn, Germany, September 2002.

Deborah Ross, professor of English, is awarded for presenting a paper on “Charles Darwin: Or, Teaching The Origin of Species Across the Curriculum” at the Society for Literature and Science’s 16th annual conference, Pasadena, California, October 2002; and for presenting a paper “The Course of True Love Tragic and Comic Vision on Daytime Television” at the Association for Research in Popular Fiction’s Analyzing Series & Serial Narratives Conference, Liverpool, England, November 2002.

 

Michael J. Seiler, associate professor of finance, is awarded for presenting a co-authored paper on “Is Investing in State-Owned Firms More Profitable than Investing in Non-State-Owned Firms in China’s Security Markets?” at the 9th Global Finance Association annual conference in Beijing, China, May 2002; and for presenting a co-authored paper on “The Insider’s Look into the Publication Process for Finance Journals” at the 2002 Financial Management Association International annual meeting in San Antonio, Texas, October 2002.

Michael J. Seiler

 

Vicky Seiler, assistant professor of marketing, is awarded for presenting a co-authored paper on “Is Investing in State-Owned Firms More Profitable than Investing in Non-State-Owned Firms in China’s Security Markets?” at the 9th Global Finance Association annual conference in Beijing, China, May 2002; and for presenting a co-authored paper “The Insider’s Look into the Publication Process for Finance Journals” at the 2002 Financial Management Association International annual meeting in San Antonio, Texas, October 2002.

Jeanine Tweedie, assistant professor of nursing, is awarded for presenting a paper on “Service Learning as a Vehicle for the Development of Transcultural Nursing/Culturally Competent Care in a Multicultural Community” at the 28th Annual Conference of the Transcultural Nursing Society in Toronto, Canada, October 2002.

Ivona Xiezopolski, instructor of ESL, is awarded for her participation as a speaker at the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, January 2002.

 

arded for his presentation at the U.S. Department of Energy’s International CO2 Experiment TC meeting in Kyoto, Japan, September 2002; and for his presentation at the Research Institute of Innovative Technology for the Earth’s 6th International Conference on Greenhouse Gas Technologies, Kyoto, Japan, September 2002.

Art Whatley, professor of management, is awarded for his participation at a Natural Step conference, San Francisco, California, May 2002.

Eric Vetter
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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