• Culture Influencer: Shannon Bedo

    Culture Influencer: Shannon Bedo

     Shannon Bedo, HBU director of International and Veteran Student Services, has been named the NAFSA 2020 Advocate of the Year. With more than 10,000 members worldwide, NAFSA: Association of International Educators, is the leading organization committed to international education and exchange, working to advance policies and practices that build global citizens with the knowledge and …

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  • Culture Influencer: Nancy Pearcey

    Culture Influencer: Nancy Pearcey

    Nancy Pearcey, professor of Apologetics and Scholar-in-Residence, spoke at 12 invited conferences and events in 2019. Most events involved giving multiple presentations, including presenting on the themes of “Love Thy Body.” These included speaking at Second Baptist Church in Houston, the “[un]Apologetic Conference” hosted by the Baptist General Convention of Texas, and the “Mission of …

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  • Culture Influencers: Ewest and Buszka

    Culture Influencers: Ewest and Buszka

    Dr. Timothy Ewest, associate professor of Management in the Archie W. Dunham College of Business, and Sharlene Buszka, associate professor and chair of Business Administration at Daemen College, have published a book on the integration of faith and work, “Integrating Christian Faith and Work: Individual, Occupational, and Organizational Influences and Strategies,” with Palgrave McMillian. Their …

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  • Culture Influencer: Timothy Ewest

    Culture Influencer: Timothy Ewest

    Dr. Timothy Ewest, associate professor of Management in the Archie W. Dunham College of Business, has continued to develop his research on Prosocial Leadership with his recent presentation of the paper, “Ethics and the Philosophical Relationship to Leadership Theories” at the Southwest Academy of Management, held in San Antonio, Texas from March 11 – 14. …

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  • Culture Influencer: Nancy Pearcey

    Culture Influencer: Nancy Pearcey

    Nancy Pearcey, professor of Apologetics and Scholar-in-Residence, has coached several students to successful publication. In the 2019 spring, summer, and fall semesters, five of her students published a total of 11 articles in national mainstream publications, including CNS News and American Thinker. Two of the students’ articles were so well-received that they were republished in …

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  • Culture Influencer: Timothy Ewest

    Culture Influencer: Timothy Ewest

    Dr. Timothy Ewest, associate professor of Management in the Archie W. Dunham College of Business, continues to develop his research on Prosocial Leadership with his recent publication of the paper, “Prosocial Leadership: The Transformative Power of Others-Directed Leadership Behavior,” in the peer-reviewed special issue of Journal of Research Initiatives. This special issue featured articles by …

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  • Culture Influencer: Yuri Yatsenko

    Culture Influencer: Yuri Yatsenko

    Dr. Yuri Yatsenko, a professor in the Dunham College of Business, published the paper, “Non-equal-life asset replacement under evolving technology: A multi-cycle approach,” in the top-ranked journal, Engineering Economist (Taylor & Francis). The paper studies cost-minimizing asset replacement problems under technological improvements. Dr. Yatsenko will present his new research on capital replacement at the 47th …

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  • Culture Influencers: Nero and Reed

    Culture Influencers: Nero and Reed

    Dr. Renata Nero and Dr. Dianne Reed presented a paper at the National Association of African-American Studies Conference (NAAAS) which was held the week of Feb. 17 in Dallas. Drs. Nero and Reed, along with two other colleagues, addressed the topic of marginalization as it relates to the intersection of race and gender in academia. …

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  • Culture Influencer: Renata Nero

    Culture Influencer: Renata Nero

    Dr. Renata Nero accepted an invitation to be a panelist at the Black History Month program held at Baylor College of Medicine on Feb. 27. The topic was, “Racial Disparities in the Lab, Clinic and Community.” The invitation was extended by two student groups – African American Women in Science and the Association for Graduate …

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  • Culture Influencer: Bruce Gordon

    Culture Influencer: Bruce Gordon

    Dr. Bruce Gordon, associate professor of the History and Philosophy of Science in the School of Humanities, recently published the article, “In the Beginning: How the Summer Seminars on Intelligent Design Got Their Start.” It was featured in Evolution News & Science Today in February.

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