Publications

Research Publications and Presentations

Department: Technology Leadership & Innovation

Andy Schaffer

Publications Referred Journals and Texts

  1. Schaffer, R. Andrew, & Rhee, Jay Hyuk. (2005). Consider cost and strategy when choosing between expatriate and host-national managers, Journal of Business and Management, 11(1) pp. 59-71.
  2. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2005). Lessons learned from comparing web-based and traditional classes, Reaching Through Teaching, 17(1), pp. 24-30. 
  3. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2004). Learning management in a crisis: A service learning response to September 11, 2001,Journal of Management Education, 28(6), pp. 727-742. 
  4. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2001). Student reactions to industry involvement in case delivery: Supportive evidence from three distinct studies. Industry & Higher Education, 15(5), pp. 315-321. 
  5. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2000). Improve classroom realism by allowing practitioners to present and evaluate your next class project. Journal of Engineering Technology, 17(2), pp. 52-56. 
  6. Cheng, Joseph L. C., & Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2000). Organization Theory and Design. Textbook chapter in (F. Luthans, Ed.) Organizational Behavior. McGraw-Hill/Primus.

Referred Proceedings (With associated presentations)

  1. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2008). High school recruiting that works: The “day in college”. Proceedings of the National Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  2. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2006). A cross-cultural research project for a course in international management. Proceedings of the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management Annual Conference. Memphis, Tennessee. 
  3. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2006). Experiential learning in HR management: A model project with a survey of student perceptions. Proceedings of the Academic Business World Annual Conference. Nashville, Tennessee. 
  4. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2004). Romance of leadership and President Bush’s 9-11 campaign ads. Proceedings of the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management Annual Conference. Providence, Rhode Island. 
  5. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2003). Practice what we preach? Student leadership in a leadership course. Proceedings of the Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management Annual Conference. Tampa. 
  6. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2002). Management education during times of crisis: A class responds to the 9-11 attack. Proceedings of the Southern Management Association Annual Conference. Atlanta. 
  7. Schaffer, R. Andrew, & Rhee, Jay Hyuk. (2002). The cost of expatriates vs. host-national managers: A formulaic approach based on internalization costs and organizational strategy.  Proceedings of the Academy of Economics and Finance Annual Conference, Pensacola, Florida. 
  8. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2001). Customer appearance and product knowledge: Their effects on salesperson evaluation and product need recall.  Proceedings of the Midwest Academy of Management Annual Conference, Toledo, Ohio. 
  9. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2001). Organizing a SAM student chapter as a mandatory class project: Problems, resolutions, and prescriptions. Proceedings of the National Conference of the Society for Advancement of Management, Las Vegas. 
  10. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2000). “Quick-fix” customer service training interventions: Are behaviors really changed? Proceedings of the Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management Annual Conference, San Diego.  
  11. Schaffer, R. Andrew, & Martin, Tom. (2000). Managerial involvement in the classroom: Extending the methodology to a small business. Proceedings of the National Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration: American Society of Engineering Education, Orlando. 
  12. Schaffer, R. Andrew, & Goodwin, Clifford R. (2000). The reengineering of Purdue’s Organizational Leadership Program: Lessons learned along the way. Proceedings of the National Conference of the American Society of Engineering Education, St. Louis. 
  13. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (1999). The life cycle of the expatriate work assignment: A simple model for engineering educators and engineering students. Proceedings of the National Conference of the American Society of Engineering Education, Charlotte. 
  14. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (1999). Moving education outside of the classroom: A pilot test of managerial involvement in case delivery.  Proceedings of the American Society of Engineering Education IL-IN Section Conference, DeKalb, Illinois. 
  15. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (1999). University/not-for-profit partnerships: Student perceptions of a “service learning” case project. Proceedings of the National Conference for Industry and Education Collaboration: American Society of Engineering Education, Palm Springs, California. 
  16. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (1998). Incorporating service learning into an organizational leadership and supervision course. Proceedings of the Institute for Behavioral and Applied Management Annual Conference, Orlando. 
  17. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (1998). Industry involvement in the classroom: Moving beyond the guest speaker. Proceedings of the Midwest Academy of Management Annual Conference, Kansas City. 
  18. Fox, Pat, Goodwin, Clifford, & Schaffer, R. Andrew. (1998). Combining teaching and administration: Faculty evaluate the practice. Proceedings of the National Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education, Seattle. 
  19. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (1997). “Pi” is “Pi” in any language, right? Teaching international team building in engineering and technology programs. Proceedings of the American Society of Engineering Education IL-IN Section Conference, Indianapolis. 
  20. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (1996). Schemata at work: The appearance-based categorization of customers by service industry employees. Proceedings of the Midwest Academy of Management Annual Conference, South Bend, Indiana.

Presentations (Selected)

  1. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (2000). On the development and implementation of a new ethics course in an engineering technology program. National Conference of the American Society of Engineering Education, St. Louis. 
  2. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (1997). The life cycle of an expatriate assignment: An unfolding model for future research. Poster session, Midwest Academy of Management Annual Conference, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
  3. Schaffer, R. Andrew, & Rhee, Jay Hyuk. (1996). Should an expatriate or a host-national manager be utilized to establish a foreign, wholly owned subsidiary? Interactive paper session, Academy of Management National Conference, Cincinnati. (Nominated for the "best international submission" award by the Human Resources Division of the Academy.) 
  4. Schaffer, R. Andrew. (1996). The foreign market entry mode decision: The effects of out-group categorization and economic evaluation. Interactive paper session, Midwest Academy of Management Annual Conference, South Bend, Indiana. 
  5. Schaffer, R. Andrew (Chair), Jacobson, Sarah, & Day, Nancy E. (1996). Career workshop for doctoral students. Midwest Academy of Management Annual Conference, South Bend, Indiana. 
  6. Cheng, Joseph L. C., & Schaffer, R. Andrew. (1995). Global managerial effectiveness: A strategic context and task-contingency perspective. Part of a symposium chaired by J. L. C. Cheng for the International Management, Managerial Education, Development Divisions, Academy of Management National Conference, Vancouver.
Edie Schmidt

Articles

  1. Schmidt, E., Khiewnavasongsa, S. & Newton, K. (2010). Assessing Distance Readiness in Adult Learners: Comparison of Non-traditional Undergraduates to Part-time Graduate Students, Proceedings of the 2010 International Conference on Education, Honolulu, HI.
  2. Davis, G.J., Schmidt, E. (2009). Benchmarking third-party logisticsorganizations: Methods of benchmarking when information is not easily available. Proceedings of the 2009 Conference of Industrial Education Collaboration (CIEC), Austin, TX. (Graduate student primary author)
  3. Davis, G.J., Schmidt, E. (2009). Comparing the total cost of goods from traditional distributors to total costs under vendor management. Proceedings of the 2009 Conference of Industrial Education Collaboration (CIEC), Austin, TX. (Graduate student primary author
  4. Khiewnavawongsa, S. & Schmidt, )E. (2009).  “Assessment of the Mentoring Relationship between the Faculty and Graduate Students at Purdue University.”  Proceedings of the 2009 Conference of Industrial Education Collaboration (CIEC), Austin, TX. (Graduate student primary author)
  5. Yu, C., Schmidt, E., & Newton, K. (2007).  RFID Application - What Industrial Distribution Studenst Are Learning About Applying RFID Technology.  Review of the ELectronic and Industrial Distribution Industries, 6(2), 104-119.
  6. Khiewnavawongsa, S., Leong, R. & Schmidt, E. (2006, June). Learning a Web-Based Course Through Macromedia Breeze, Proceedings of the ASEE.
  7. Newton, K. A., Khiewnavawongsa, S., Schmidt, E. K., and Nashine, R. (2006). Measuring customer perceptions: A collaborative project conducted by students for a midwest trucking company. Proceedings of the ASEE.
  8. Khiewnavawongsa, S., Newton, K. A,. and Schmidt, E. K. (2006). Curriculum development in industrial distribution. Proceedings of the ASEE.
  9. Rogoski, K., Schmidt, E., Newton, K., & Homan, S. (2006) Improving the Product Introduction Processes of Mid-Capital Projects. Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries, 5(1), 65-90.
  10. Lewis, M., Schmidt, E., & Newton, K. (2005) Distributor Process Improvements: Using 6-Sigma. Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries, 4(1), 77-96.
  11. Schmidt, E., Robertson, B. & Newton, K. (2004) The Lean Principles Necessary for Competitive Advantage. Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries, 3(1), 72-84.
  12. Schmidt, E., Newton, K., & Robertson, B. (2003) Project Plan for Improving Inventory and Warehouse Management Using Five-S JIT Strategy. Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries, 2(2), 32-46.
  13. Schmidt, E., Newton, K., & Mancuso, M. (2003). Inventory consolidation: Setting initial stocking levels. Review of the Electronic and Industrial Distribution Industries, 2(1), 28-44.
  14. Newton, K., and Schmidt, E. (2004). Learning and growing: Integrating technology undergraduates into the development of an industrial case study. Journal of Technology Studies , 30(2), 66-70.
  15. Schmidt, E., Ward, J., Dada, M., & Adams, D. (2001). Using cyclic planning to manage capacity at ALCOA. Interfaces, 31(3), 16-27.
  16. Schmidt, E., & Gallegos, A. (May 2001). Distance learning: Issues and concerns of distance learners. Journal of Industrial Technology, 17(2).
  17. Gallegos, A., Schmidt, E., & Newton, K. (2002, January). Using a graduate student directed project to address changing e-commerce curriculum needs in supply chain management, CD-ROM. Proceedings of the Conference for Industry Education and Collaboration (CIEC) 2002 Conference, Sarasota, FL.
  18. Schmidt, E. (2000, November). The impact of a simulated factory experience on student learning in an introductory manufacturing management course. Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute Annual National Conference, 250-252.
  19. Schmidt, E., & Robertson, B. (2003, November). Just in Time Manufacturing: Past & Present. Proceedings of the National Association of Industrial Technology, 151-159.
  20. Newton, K., and Schmidt, E. (2003, February). A successful partnership between an industrial trade association and education at Purdue University, CD-ROM. Electronic Proceedings of the Conference for Industry Education and Collaboration (CIEC) 2003 Conference, Tucson, AZ.

Chapter in a textbook

  1. Stephens, M.P. (2004). Productivity and reliability-based maintenance management. ISBN 0-13-096657-6. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.Wrote complete chapter (Facility Maintenance Project Planning and Control), with graphs, charts, tables, and exercises on maintenance project management on the topics of successful project management, project manager roles and responsibilities, maintenance operations analysis, and project management tools and techniques, including PERT/CPM network methods (pp. 225-274).
Mathias Sutton

Articles

  1. Kukula, E.P., Sutton, M.J., & Elliott, S.J. (2010). The human-biometric sensor interaction evaluation method: Biometric performance and usability measurements. IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, 59(4), 784-791.
  2. Tracey, M., Fite, R.W., & Sutton, M.J. (2004). An explanatory model and measurement instrument: To guide supply chain management research and applications. Mid-American Journal of Business, 19 (2), 53-70.
  3. Louks, R., Elliott, S.J., & Sutton, M.J. (2003). Command and control voice recognition for automotive telematics. Ford Technical Journal, 6 (5), 9 msp.
  4. Sutton, M.J. (2003). Problem representation, understanding, and learning transfer: Implications for technology education research. Journal of Industrial Teacher Education, 40 (4), 47-63.
  5. Sutton, M.J. (2002). Classifying color bar codes to predict scanning success. Journal of Industrial Technology, 18 (3). Available: http://nait.org/jit/Articles/msutton051502.pdf
  6. Sutton, M. J. (1997). The role of electronic data interchange in the transportation industry: Part 2. Defense Transportation Journal, 53 (5), 20-22.
  7. Sutton, M. J. (1997). The role of electronic data interchange in the transportation industry: Part 1. Defense Transportation Journal, 53 (3), 10-12.

Practitioner Journal

  1. Sutton, M.J. (2000, January). Decoding a bar code with confidence - PSC or SC: Which contrast measure should you use? ID Systems [online serial]. Available: http://www.idsystems.com/reader/2000_01/bar0100/index.htm

Refereed Conference Proceedings

  1. Senjaya, B., Hales, G.T., Seva, J., Elliott, S.J., & Sutton, M.J. (2011). Learning style and student success in an automatic identification and data capture course. Proceedings of the 2011 of the International Society for Engineering Education annual conference, Santos, Brazil.
  2. Dyrenfurth, M., Newton, K., Sutton, M., Elliott, S., & Walton, A. (2009). Electronic response systems: An emerging learning technology with implications for technology programs. Paper presented at the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering Conference, Louisville, KY.
  3. Elliott, S. J., Massie, S. A., & Sutton, M. J. (2007, June 7-8). The Perception of Biometric Technology: A Survey. Paper presented at the AutoID 2007, IEEE Workshop on Automatic Identification Advanced Technologies, Alghero, Italy.
  4. Elliott, S.J., & Sutton, M.J. (2002). Graduate course development in biometrics. Proceedings of the 2002 ASEE/SEFI/TUB Colloquium, Berlin, Germany.
  5. Elliott, S.J., & Sutton, M.J. (2001). Dynamic signature verification for electronic document management. Selected Papers of the National Association of Industrial Technology Annual Conference, Dearborn, MI.
  6. Latif, N., & Sutton, M.J. (2001). Curriculum improvement through industrial technology alumni survey. Selected Papers of the National Association of Industrial Technology Annual Conference, Dearborn, MI.
  7. Sutton, M.J., & Elliott, S.J. (2000). Verifying bar code print quality: A proposed method for classifying colored bar code symbols. Selected Papers of the National Association of Industrial Technology Annual Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
  8. Newton, K.A., Sutton, M.J., & Dunlap, D.D. (2000). Instructional delivery rationale for an on and off-campus graduate education program using distance education technology. American Society for Engineering Education National Conference, St. Louis, MO.
  9. Sutton, M.J. (1999). The effect of incident wavelength on bar code symbol contrast. AutoID '99 Proceedings of the Workshop on Automatic Identification Advanced Technologies, Summit, NJ.
Rodney Vandeveer

Textbooks

  1. Vandeveer, R. & Menefee, M.L. (2010). Human behavior in organizations. 2nd Edition, Pearson Prentice-Hall Publishing, Upper Saddle River, NJ. (392 pages). ISBN-13: 978-0-13-503811-6
Mihaela Vorvoreanu

Publications

  1. Vorvoreanu, M. (in press). Perceptions of Corporations on Facebook: An Analysis of Facebook Social Norms. Journal of New Communications Research.
  2. Vorvoreanu, M. (2008). Web site public relations: How corporations build and maintain relationships online. Youngstown, NY: Cambria Press.
  3. Vorvoreanu, M. (2007). Website Experience Analysis: A New Research Protocol for Studying Relationship Building on Corporate Websites. Journal of Website Promotion, 2(1/2).
  4. Vorvoreanu, M. (2007). The public relations Web site experience: Online relationship management. In Duhe, S.C. (Ed). Mediated public relations: Relationship management across space, time, and new media. New York: Peter Lang USA.
  5. Vorvoreanu, M. (2006). Online organization-public relationships: An experience centered approach. Public Relations Review, 32(4), 395-401.
  6. Vorvoreanu, M. (2006). Web site experience analysis. In Reynolds, R., Woods R., & Baker, J.D. (Eds). Handbook of Research on Electronic Surveys and Measurements (pp. 281-284). Hershey, PA: Idea Group.
  7. Botan, C.H., & Vorvoreanu, M. (2004). What meanings do employees derive from electronic surveillance at work? In Weckert, J. (Ed.) Electronic monitoring in the workplace: Controversies and Solutions. Hershey, PA: Idea Group.
  8. Vorvoreanu, M., & Botan, C. H. (2001). Examining electronic surveillance in the workplace: A review of theoretical perspectives and research findings. CERIAS Technical Report 2001-32.
  9. Botan, C. H., & Vorvoreanu, M. (2001). “What are you really saying to me?” Electronic surveillance in the workplace. CERIAS Technical Report 2001-23.

Conference Papers and Presentations

  1. Vorvoreanu, M. (2009). Public relations and social norms on Facebook. Paper presented at the 2009 International Public Relations Research Conference, Miami.
  2. Vorvoreanu, M. (2008). Blogs Matter: Personal, Professional, and Research Implications of Blog Use in Public Relations. Panel presentation at the 2008 National Communication Association Annual Convention, Public Relations Division, San Diego, CA.
  3. Vorvoreanu, M. (2008). Organizational Presence in Second Life: Analysis of Communication Strategies. Panel presentation at the 2008 National Communication Association Annual Convention, Human Communication and Technology Division, San Diego, CA.
  4. Vorvoreanu, M. (2008). Microblogging and Lifestreaming: Idiotic or Brilliant? Panel presentation at the 2008 National Communication Association Annual Convention, Organizational Communication Division, San Diego, CA.
  5. Vorvoreanu, M. (2007). Apologia in India: An audience-centered approach to international public relations. Paper presented at the 2007 International Communication Association Annual Convention, Public Relations Division, San Francisco.
  6. Vorvoreanu, M. (2006). Studying relationship building on corporate Web sites: A new research protocol. Paper presented at the 2006 National Communication Association Annual Convention, Public Relations Division, San Antonio, TX.
  7. Vorvoeanu, M. (2006). The ultimate connection site: A tribute to the Internet. Paper presented at the 2006 National Communication Association Annual Convention, Human Communication and Technology, San Antonio, TX.
  8. Vorvoreanu, M. (2006). “Conferencing” and the ideal speech situation. Panel presentation at the 2006 National Communication Association Annual Convention, Public Relations Division, San Antonio, TX.
  9. Madhavan, K.P.C., Goasguen, S., Bertoline, G.R., & Vorvoreanu, M. (2006). Zecosystem: Cyberinfrastructure-enabled learning ecosystems of 2020. Paper presented at the 2006 Teragrid conference, Indianapolis, IN.
  10. Vorvoreanu, M. (2005). Online organization-public relationships: An experience-centered approach. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Public Relations Division, Boston.
  11. Vorvoreanu, M. (2005). Internationalization of the U.S. Academe. Presented at the International Communication Association Annual Convention, Theme Sessions, New York.
  12. Vorvoreanu, M. (2004). Applying new technologies in public relations courses. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Public Relations Division, Chicago, IL.
  13. Vorvoreanu, M. (2003). Teaching Internet public relations. Poster presentation at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, NCA Agora, Miami, FL.
  14. Vorvoreanu, M. (2003). Propagating American imperialism through the domination of writing style. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Theme sessions, Miami, FL.
  15. Vorvoreanu, M. (2003). Drawing virtual borderlands: Central European countries’ self-presentation strategies on the World Wide Web. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Annual Convention, Theme sessions, San Diego, CA.
  16. Vorvoreanu, M. (2003). Teaching Internet public relations at Purdue University. Poster presentation at the Teaching and Learning with technology Showcase, April 2-3, 2003, West Lafayette, IN.
  17. Vorvoreanu, M. (2003). Creating course Web sites that communicate effectively. Workshop taught at the Teaching and Learning with technology Showcase, April 2-3, 2003, West Lafayette, IN.
  18. Vorvoreanu, M. (2002). Digital rhetoric: A Framework for analyzing Web-based communication. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Public Relations Division, New Orleans, LA.
  19. Vorvoreanu, M. (2001). Corporate legitimacy on the World Wide Web: A case study. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Convention, Public Relations Division, Atlanta, GA.
  20. Vorvoreanu, M., & Botan, C. (2000). Examining electronic surveillance in the workplace: A review of theoretical perspectives and research findings. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Communication and Technology Division, Acapulco, Mexico.
  21. Botan, C., & Vorvoreanu, M. (2000). “What are you really saying to me?” Electronic surveillance in the workplace. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Communication and Technology Division, Acapulco, Mexico.

Invited Presentations

  1. Vovoreanu, M. (2009). Should I Be on Twitter? Invited presentation at the Greenville, SC chapter of the American Advertising Federation, Greenville, SC.
  2. Vorvoreanu, M., & Lee, R. (2009). How to Improve Your ROI with Online News Releases. PRWeb live webinar.
  3. Vorvoreanu, M., Holtz, S., & Wei, J. (2008). How to get more ROI out of your online news releases.  SNCR & PRWeb live webinar.
  4. Vorvoreanu, M. (2008). Public Relations on Facebook: The Public’s Perspective. Invited presentation at the UGA Connect Social Media Conference, Athens, GA.
  5. Vorvoreanu, M., Holtz, S., & Wei, J. (2008). The ROI of Online News Releases. Invited presentation at the Society for New Communications Research Forum, Santa Rosa, CA
  6. Vorvoreanu, M. (2008). Using Social Media Strategically. Invited lecture presented at the South Carolina PRSA Greenville chapter meeting, Greenville, SC.
  7. Vorvoreanu, M. (2006). Foundation: History and Theory of Public Relations. Invited lecture presented at the APR Certification Course offered by the Miami Valley Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, Dayton, OH.
  8. Vorvoreanu, M. (2005). Highlights from Communication Theory. Invited lecture presented at the APR Certification Course offered by the Miami Valley Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America, Dayton OH.
  9. Botan, C., Vorvoreanu, M., Reding S., & Alge, B. (2001). Workplace Surveillance. Presented at the Second CERIAS Annual Symposium, West Lafayette, IN.
  10. Vorvoreanu, M. (2000) Communicating Risk in Crisis Situations: Challenges and Strategies. Presented at the CERP (Conseil Européen des Relations Publiques) Students Congress, Sinaia, Romania.
  11. Vorvoreanu, M. (2000) Examining Electronic Surveillance in the Workplace. Presented at the CERIAS (Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security) Student Roundtable, West Lafayette, IN.
  12. Botan, C., Vorvoreanu, M., & Applegate, M. (2000). Electronic Surveillance in the Workplace. Presented at the First CERIAS Annual Symposium, West Lafayette, IN.

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