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Developing critical thinking and communication skills

| Gretchen Hutterli

The 2017 University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Celebration of Excellence in Research and Creative Activity (CERCA) will be held the week of May 1-5, 2017. We invite you to stop by Davies Center to listen to presentations and view research by business students. The names of business students and faculty are bolded in the schedule below.

A special thanks to the faculty and staff in the College of Business and the Department of Economics for mentoring our students.


CERCA 2017

Immersion Experiences Presentations
May 3
Davies Center Centennial Room

9-9:50 am
Guatemala: Social and Environmental Justice
Jessa Kristjanson
Faculty Mentors/Collaborators: Maria Carvalho, Kaishan Kong, Fabiola Varela-Garcia

10-10:50 am
Argentina: Culture, Society, and Economics
Lydia Boerboom, Abigail Johnson
Faculty Mentors/Collaborators: Rose-Marie Avin, Jeff DeGrave

11-11:50 am
India: Globalization
Kelsi Kruchten, Zach Young
Faculty Mentors/Collaborators: Brenda Thalacker, Ganga Vadhavkar


Preparation for Professional Life
May 3
Davies Center Menominee Room

1-1:50 pm
Successful Leadership: Does Gender Matter?
Marissa Leners   
Faculty Mentor/Collaborator: Emily Elsner Twesme


CERCA Poster Presentations
May 3-4, Davies Center

Accounting & Finance

Incidence of Corporate Fraud and Its Influence on Shaping Economic Policy and Government Spending
Anika Reinighaus
Faculty Mentor/Collaborator: DeeAnne Peterson-Meyer                                
Poster #: 97

Commuication Sciences and Disorders and Information Systems

Portability of the Sandwich Approach Teaching Pedagogy
Olivia Vruwink, Brittany Strom, Robert Terrell
Faculty Mentors/Collaborators: Jerry Hoepner, Jean Pratt                           
Poster #: 192

Economics

Designing and Implementing a Successful Elementary School Vegetable Snack Program
Jared Fogarty, Isabel Chmielewska, Shinhoo Park
Faculty Mentor/Collaborator: Eric Jamelske                                                    
Poster #: 99

Examining the Impact of Repeated Exposure and Encouragement on Consumption of Vegetables in an Elementary School Vegetable Snack Program
Joshua Bodnar, Kjirstin Martell, Matthew Pergolski
Faculty Mentor/Collaborator: Eric Jamelske                                                    
Poster #: 98

The Impact of Water Clarity on Home Prices in Northwest Wisconsin
Irene Ng
Faculty Mentor/Collaborator: Thomas Kemp                                                  
Poster #: 81

Using Regression Analysis to Analyze Individual and Group Consumption Effects from an Elementary School Vegetable Snack Program
Selena Scheller, Levi Soborowicz
Faculty Mentor/Collaborator: Eric Jamelske                                                   
Poster #: 82

Developing a Scoring and Group Classification System of Acceptance/Knowledge of Climate Change Realities for Citizens in the United States, China, and Vietnam
Hunter Hermes, Ryan Hammer, Austin Holmes
Faculty Mentors/Collaborators: Eric Jamelske, James Boulter, Won Jang  
Poster #: 100

Further Insights into Public Views on Climate Change in China and the United States: Evidence from a Topic Prevalence Analysis of Open-Ended Survey Question Responses
Dylan Wilson, Tung (Andy) Nguyen, Anastasia Rauland
Faculty Mentors/Collaborators: Eric Jamelske, James Boulter, Won Jang  
Poster #: 101

Health Care Administration

The 2016 National Emerging Leadership Summit: Advancing Our Profession, Enhancing Lives
Luke Jackson 
Faculty Mentors/Collaborators: Kevin Hansen, Douglas Olson                   
Poster #: 205

Evaluating the Use of Technology in Long-Term Care Settings
Allison Prouty
Faculty Mentors/Collaborators: Kevin Hansen, Jennifer Johs-Artisensi       
Poster #: 216

Expanding and Enhancing Senior Care University Programs Nationwide
Katelyn Mrozek
Faculty Mentor/Collaborator: Douglas Olson                                               
Poster #: 206

Key Attributes and Potential Barriers of Long Term Care Administration Programs
Alyssa Schwaller
Faculty Mentor/Collaborator: Jennifer Johs-Artisensi                                   
Poster #: 215

Management and Marketing

Employee Workplace Behaviors and Attitudes
Megan Tragiai
Faculty Mentors/Collaborators: Rebecca Wyland, Gabi Eissa                     
Poster #: 236

Management and Marketing and Business Communication

Autism in the Workplace: An Investigation of Germany and the United States
Johannah Erffmeyer, Melanie Bauer, Garrett Doubleday
Faculty Mentors/Collaborators: Nancy Hanson-Rasmussen, Paula Lentz   
Poster #: 235


Provost's Honors Symposium
Friday, May 5, Davies Center, 1-5:30 pm

Session IV: 4:30-5:30 pm
Chancellors Room

  • Designing and Implementing a Successful Elementary School Vegetable Snack Program 29 Economic
  • Examining the Impact of Repeated Exposure and Encouragement on Consumption of Vegetables in an Elementary School Vegetable Snack Program 30 Economics
  • Using Regression Analysis to Analyze Individual and Group Consumption Effects from an Elementary School Vegetable Snack Program 31 Economics