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2011 Dean’s Report

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About the School of Business

Our Vision

The SIUE School of Business will be a nationally recognized premier Metropolitan business school that develops

highly skilled and innovative graduates who enhance businesses, organizations and communities.

Our Mission

Our mission is to engage in high-quality instruction, research and professional activities to prepare current and

future business professionals and improve business practices. These efforts add value: for students, by enhancing

their career prospects; for organizations, by developing business professionals who meet their needs and stimulate

innovation; and for business disciplines, by producing and disseminating timely and relevant scholarship.

Academic Programs

Undergraduate Programs

n BS Accountancy

n BS Business Administration

n BS Business Economics and Finance

n BS Computer Management and Information Systems

Graduate Programs

n Master of Business Administration

n MS Accountancy

n Master of Marketing Research

n MS Economics and Finance

n MS Computer Management and Information Systems

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Full-time faculty Part-time faculty

14

Student organizations

(including three national honor societies)

302

Employers who recruited SIUE and School of Business

students through on-campus career fairs last year

22,520

School of Business graduates from 1958-2011

58/42

Male/female ratio in undergraduate business programs

66/34

Male/female ratio in graduate business programs

310

Students with a business minor

31

School of Business students who studied abroad in 2010-2011

Fall 2011 Undergraduate Enrollment

Pre-Business: 163 (15%)

Accountancy: 266 (25%)

Business Administration: 466 (43%)

Economics & Finance: 58 (5%)

Computer Management &

Information Systems: 132 (12%)

5% 12%

43%

15%

25%

Fall 2011 Graduate Enrollment

Accountancy: 39 (16%)

Business Administration: 136 (54%)

Economics & Finance: 31 (12%)

Computer Management &

Information Systems: 25 (10%)

Marketing Research: 21 (8%)

12% 10%

54%

8%

16%


Rethinking Business, Rethinking Business Education

Message from the Dean

This is the fourth consecutive dean’s report in which we open by acknowledging a global economic recession. As

we recognize the achievements of our School of Business, we cannot help but think of the global nature of this

recession and how important it is for our students to have a global business education.

When one thinks of global business, images

such as a jet taking off for Shanghai, London,

or some other center of commerce often come

to mind. In reality, the adventure of global

business begins for many of our students right

here in Southwestern Illinois. Some of our

students begin their global business education

when they meet here on campus with foreign

exchange students from our British, Chinese,

French or German partner business schools.

Some students experience global business

education when they enroll in one of our

short-term travel study courses to Hong Kong

or Budapest. Some very fortunate and forwardlooking

students benefit from the immersion

experience of an entire semester abroad.

Most students describe their adventure abroad

as “life-changing” and their perception of the global community forever changed. That’s important because future

business leaders will need insights and problem-solving skills developed in a global, rather than local or national,

context. The difficulty world leaders have today in dealing with the global economic recession may be the result

of our collective limited experience with global economic systems. Can we afford to educate another generation of

business leaders whose perspectives are shaped by predominantly local or national experiences?

In the 2011 Dean’s Report, we highlight some of our achievements and challenges in global business education as

well as the international leadership of our alumni. We believe that the success of our alumni, whether they are

from the United States or abroad, can be traced in part to the global exposure provided in our increasingly diverse

business school. We need to find more ways to continually extend that global exposure to more of our students.

I write this letter from my hotel room in Lisbon, punctuating the importance of global leadership with my own

experience. As the mentor for the business school of the Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), I have an

opportunity to promote quality business education by helping ISCTE prepare for AACSB International accreditation

of its programs. I feel fortunate to be able to promote quality business education as an AACSB mentor and

fortunate to be exposed to different perspectives on business education.

I bring what I have learned back to SIUE so that our students and faculty can benefit from new ideas. It’s

important to share with students how their peers (and future competitors!) are being educated around the world.

Students are right; global education is a life changing experience—one that never ends and never grows old!

Sincerely,

Gary A. Giamartino, Ph.D.

Dean


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Student Learning Outside the Classroom

The School of Business knows the formula for student success: Classroom learning enhanced with extracurricular

activities and opportunities for professional development prepare students to excel in the world of global business.

Each year, students study abroad, attend professional networking events and participate in business student organizations

to enrich their academic experience and prepare for careers in business leadership as reflected in the following highlights.

1. Other 40 Competition “The Other 40”

business pitch competition, presented by the Collegiate

Entrepreneurs' Organization, provided students with

the resources, skills and incentives required to launch

businesses from initiation to incorporation. Eric Trey

Garrison, a junior business major, won first place for

his idea to develop “a safe, affordable, non-alcoholic,

high-quality music venue for students and young adults

in the Edwardsville area.” SIUE School of Engineering

students and second place winners created a virtual

reality stationary bike application that allows the rider

to “bike” anywhere in the world via Google Earth.

2. Edward Jones CEO Visits Finding a new

job is never easy. In the current economy this is

particularly true. As a guest of the SIUE Chancellor's

Residence Program, James D. Weddle, managing

partner at Edward Jones, met with leaders of student

organizations in the SIUE School of Business. He

spoke about faring the recession, job searches and

the importance of internships. Junior business

administration student Kelsey Norris said, “His advice

for entering the job market was so helpful and it was a

great opportunity to be able to meet and network with

one of St. Louis’ most prominent business leaders.”

3. AMA Competition School of Business students

challenged their creativity at the Nintendo-sponsored

2011 AMA International Collegiate Conference in New

Orleans. “Students captured the importance of blending

creativity with strategy by tying the conference sponsor

to their exhibit theme,” said Dr. Edmund Hershberger,

associate professor of marketing and faculty advisor

to the SIUE AMA Chapter. “Students also competed in

several business competitions, attended professional

development sessions, engaged in networking and

learned from some of today’s top marketers.”

4. Enterprise Award The School of Business has a

long-standing partnership with the Enterprise Rent-A-

Car Foundation. Each year, the Foundation underwrites

a Student Organization of the Year Award. “The

program is a great way for us to see what the most

innovative and involved students are working on,” said

Sarah Schuh, talent acquisitions manager at Enterprise.

According to Schuh, students maintain that same

commitment and innovation after graduation. “SIUE

business graduates are aggressive—yet professional—

job seekers. They come to us prepared and polished.”

5. Executive-in-Residence When Paulo Gonzalez,

senior business major and member of the SIUE tennis

team, heard that the next School of Business Executivein-Residence

was Dion Joannou, BS ’89, successful

entrepreneur from Miami, he looked forward to meeting

a “superstar” in the business world. “Mr. Joannou

helped me better understand the difference between

college and the real world. A former SIUE tennis player,

he put it to me in terms that we both understand well—

sports. Without proper and focused practice, an athlete

cannot expect great results in competition,” Gonzalez

said. “The same idea applies to college and my career.

A successful business career starts by taking advantage

of all the resources inside and outside the classroom

that are available at SIUE.”

6. Cox Scholars Recipients of the Homer L. and

Helen L. Cox Scholarship receive financial assistance,

and opportunities to enhance their academic and

creative potential. Students provided residents of Our

Lady of the Snows Retirement Community in Belleville,

Ill., with a brief presentation on computer basics

including general computer functions and how to use

Google and email. “Organizing service projects has

been especially rewarding,” said Jeffry Harrison, senior

business major and Cox Scholar. “I enjoy working with

residents at Our Lady of the Snows and believe that

being computer literate is important at any age.”

7. Study Abroad The School of Business offers

a variety of travel learning experiences for students,

including semester study abroad programs at partner

institutions in England, France, Germany, Hungary,

and Shanghai; 1-2 week travel study in Brazil, China,

Germany and Hong Kong; and summer travel study in

Angers and Paris, France, Budapest and Shanghai. Having

the opportunity to live and study in another culture

brings the concept of working in a global economy to

a very personal level. MBA student Lindsey Conner

attended the summer program in Angers. “Visiting the

different branches of government really helped reinforce

what we learned in the classroom about the European

Union,” Conner said. “The program increased my global

awareness and clearly demonstrated the impact global

economies have on each other.”


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Business Transition Courses

Two new one-credit courses—one to prepare students to be

successful in the School of Business, one to help students

be successful in their transition to the world of work.

Support for these courses will allow us to engage students

more deeply in “real-world” learning activities

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Global Alumni Network

At home and around the world, SIUE School of Business alumni are making an impact as top executives, managers and

entrepreneurs in a variety of corporations and industries. Students at SIUE’s School of Business are able to connect with

an extensive network and join more than 22,520 alumni worldwide who call the School of Business their alma mater.

This map is a small sample that highlights some of the prominent roles of our alumni around the globe.

Stanislav Mantulenko, MBA ’02

Global Tax

Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited

Toronto, Canada

Scott A. Stringer, BSA ’84

Director of Forensic and

Litigation Services

Ostrow Reisin Berk &

Abrams Ltd.

Chicago, Ill.

Fernando Aguirre, BS ’80

Chairman and CEO

Chiquita Brands

International

Cincinnati, Ohio

Grahaeme Hesp, BS ’97, MBA ’99

Director of Fraternity and Sorority Life

University of California

Berkeley, Calif.

Gail A Liniger, BA ’68

Vice Chair of the Board

RE/MAX LLC.

Denver, Colo.

Boyce Abernathy, MBA ’76

Director, Business Brokerage

M&A Investment Real Estate

Prudential Commercial

Real Estate FL

Tampa, Fla.

Edgar Velazquez-Barrera, BS ’10

Subsystem Validation Engineer

General Motors

Toluca, Mexico

Walter Zemialkowski, MBA ’94

Director of Operations, Airport

Management Services (AMS)

Punta Cana International Airport

Punta Cana, Dominican Republic

Michael P. Altman, MMR ’03

Vice President

SMS Research and Marketing

Hawaii, Hawaii

Christian D. Loyd, MBA ’04

Manager

Ernst & Young

New York, NY


Arif Nasib, BS ’82, MBA ’85

General Manager

Petroleum Institute

of Pakistan

Karachi, Pakistan

Christelle Henry, MMR ’00

Global Category Market Research Manager

Reckitt Benckiser

London, England

Teodora Borota, MA ’04

Researcher, Economics Department

Uppsala University

Uppsala, Sweden

Mark C. Stock, BS ’80

Senior VP of Global Operations

DSM Nutritional Products

Kaiseraugst, Switzerland

Marco Reiners, BS ’95

Practice Lead Rewards

AON Hewitt

Munich, Germany

Esra Sokmen, MS ’08

Cost Controller

Schneider Electric

Istanbul, Turkey

Maureen Abongo, MS ’06

Administrator

Ongata Rongai Christian

Women Works of Charity

Nairobi, Kenya

Dan Pu, MS ’09

Advisor

Financial Advisory Services

Limited Beijing Branch

Deloitte Touche

Beijing, China

Lingling Zheng, MS ’09

Risk Manager

Xiang Yo Rong Tong

Group Co. Ltd.

Ningbo, China

Yosuke Irie, BS ’05

Senior Business

Consultant

Deloitte Tohmatsu

Consulting

Osaka, Japan

Jinhu (Kurt) Liu, MS ’03

Financial Analyst

Sealand Securities

Shenzhen, China

Kumar Abhay, MS ’09

Development Officer

Life Insurance Corporation

of India

Jamshedpur, India

Vikrant Deshmukh, MS ’05

Executive Assistant to the Chief

Managing Director

Dorf Ketal Chemicals, India Pvt. Ltd.

Mumbai, India

Abdullah Moechsin, BS ’02, MBA ’04

MIS Manager

PT Hutchison CP Telecommunications

Jakarta, Indonesia

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Faculty Excellence

Current Business Trends in

Project Management

Imagine this: A workplace where all of the employees

are completely satisfied with their jobs. Sound

impossible? Dr. Jo Ellen Moore, professor of computer

management and information systems (CMIS), does

not think so. She is working to develop a better

understanding of today’s major issues in project

management and human resources. In collaboration

with her colleagues in the School of Business CMIS

department, Moore is studying the impact of emerging

business trends, including workplace dissatisfaction.

Moore's industry experience, PMP® credential and

studies in human behavior inform the work that she

does both in the classroom and in the field as

a researcher.

PMO-Lite

Moore is collaborating with Dr. Clay Williams,

assistant professor of CMIS, and Dr. Mary Sumner,

professor of CMIS and associate dean of the School

of Business, to study the role of informal controls in

the use of project management offices (PMOs). There

is a trend in project management called a “PMO-

Lite” structure that is becoming increasingly popular

among companies that are trying to survive and thrive

in today’s marketplace. These PMO-Lite structures

decrease management-defined formal controls with

the goal of reducing overhead costs.

According to Moore, this trend is disconcerting

to many experts in the field. “Some feel that

formal controls are in place for a reason,” she

said. “Management research tells us that informal

controls (best practices that are agreed upon by the

Endowed Chairs and Professorships

The School of Business seeks to establish fullyendowed

faculty positions that will attract the best

teacher-scholars—like Professor Jo Ellen Moore—and

give them the flexibility to pursue opportunities

such as designing new courses, engaging students in

research and mentoring younger faculty.

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workers themselves, rather than being dictated by

management) are vital when formal controls are

reduced, so our study is focusing on informal controls

in PMO-Lite environments.”

Exit Voice Loyalty

In collaboration with fellow CMIS department

faculty member Associate Professor Susan Yager,

Moore is also studying workplace behavior through

a theoretical lens of exit-voice-loyalty based on the

work of economist Albert O. Hirschman.

“We are examining the behavior of dissatisfied

information technology employees at a large

corporation,” Moore said. “Our methodology

includes field research consisting of participant

observation and surveys.”

Research projects like this influence the project

management courses Moore teaches at both the

undergraduate and graduate levels.

The research I do in the field comes through in

the practices that I encourage–it influences the way

I guide and advise my students in the classroom,

particularly on aspects of project management,”

Moore said. “Being immersed in research keeps me

current on knowledge and evidence that I can pass

on to the students.”

In the information systems research community,

Moore serves on the editorial board of MIS Quarterly

Executive. She is also senior editor at The DATABASE

for Advances in Information Systems.


Sharing Success

To many SIUE alumni, the university is more than

just their alma mater — it is part of the bedrock upon

which their personal and professional success has

been built. Steve McCann (BS ‘79) is proud of the

foundation SIUE and the School of Business provided

him, and that’s why he chooses to share his success.

McCann retired in 2008 from Longs Drugs where he

served as executive vice president, CFO and treasurer

and oversaw the merger between the company and

CVS Caremark. He currently sits on the board of

directors for two companies. He chooses to give to the

University because he believes in contributing to those

things in life that have made us who we are.

The education and experience I received at SIUE put

me on a good path and allowed me to compete in

the business world,” said Steve. “I believe when you

meet success, you should share that.”

McCann has certainly lived up to his beliefs. He

recently made a major contribution to the Cougar

Business Resource Center, a new wing recently

opened in Founders Hall that will provide students

with technology and space for effective teamwork,

and other professional and educational endeavors.

He feels that this resource center is an invaluable

addition to the School of Business. “I remember

having group project meetings in hallways and

stairwells years ago. The educational experience will

be greatly enhanced by resources like this.”

The Cougar Business Resource Center is just part of

the School’s vision for the future. “It’s clear that Dean

“ Anyone can rise to the top. You are only limited by

your imagination and how hard you work.”

Gary Giamartino, and the School of Business faculty

and staff are making huge strides,” McCann said.

The School is growing and expanding in positive

ways, and earning national recognition.”

The School’s growth and development were major

motivating factors in McCann’s choice to give to SIUE.

“I feel that the faculty and staff have created an

environment where students are given the confidence

and opportunities they need to succeed,” he said. “For

me, it’s worth the investment.”

Cougar Business Resource Center

A professional skills resource center will enhance

the School’s rich learning environment by

providing the technologies and resources students

need to foster teamwork, and demonstrate and

assess their communication skills.

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Selected Faculty Scholarly Activities

Book Chapters

Jessup, C. (2010). Fraud Awareness in Nonprofit Settings.

Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations. K. A. Agard.

Thousand Oaks, Calif., Sage Publications Inc.: 422-432.

Meisel, J., J. Navin, and T. Sullivan (2011). The Federal

Communication Commission’s National Broadband

Plan. Adoption, Usage, and Global Impact of Broadband

Technologies: Diffusion, Practice and Policy. Y. K. Dwivedi,

Information Science Publishing: 57-72.

Moore, J., and C. Williams (2011). Selection: The Crux

of IT HR Management. Managing IT Human Resources:

Considerations for Organizations and Personnel. J.

Luftman. Hershey, Pa., IGI Global: 46-65.

Watson, G., and M. Love (2011). Moral Intuition in

Organizational Crisis. Psychology of Intuition. B. Ruelas

and V. Briseno. Hauppage, NJ, Nova Science: 89-113.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Bahmani, S., and A. Kutan (2010). “How Stable is the

Demand for Money in Emerging Economies?” Applied

Economics 42(26): 3307-3318.

Bahmani-Oskooee, M., A. Kutan, and S. Zhou (2010).

“Black and Official Market Exchange Rates and

Purchasing Power Parity: Evidence from Latin America.”

Applied Economics Letters 17(15): 1453-1459.

Cline, B., and X. Fu (2010). “Executive Stock Option

Exercise and Seasoned Equity Offerings.” Financial

Management 39(4): 1643-1670.

Demirer, R., and A. Kutan (2010). “The Behavior of

Crude Oil Spot and Futures Prices around OPEC and SPR

Announcement: An Event Study Perspective.” Energy

Economics 32(6): 1467-1476.

Demirer, R., A. Kutan, and C. Chen (2010). “Do Investors

Herd in Emerging Stock Markets? Evidence from the

Taiwanese Market.” Journal of Economic Behavior and

Organization 76(2): 283-295.

Elyasiani, E., J. Jia, and C. Mao (2010). “Institutional

Ownership Stability and the Cost of Debt.” Journal of

Financial Markets 13(4): 475-500.

Evrensel, A. (2010). “Institutional and Economic

Determinants of Corruption: A Cross-Section Analysis.”

Applied Economics Letters 17(6): 551-554.

Fu, X., and J. Ligon (2010). “Exercises of Executive Stock

Options on the Vesting Date.” Financial Management

39(3): 1097-1126.

Hayo, B., A. Kutan, and M. Neuenkirch (2010). “The

Impact of U.S. Central Bank Communication on European

and Pacific Equity Markets.” Economics Letters 108(2):

172-174.

Hester, A. (2011). “Examining the Varying Influence of

Social and Technological Aspects on Adoption and Usage

of Knowledge Management Systems.” International

Journal of Social and Organizational Dynamics in

Information Technology 1(1): 49-65.

Lovata, L., T. Schoenecker, and M. Costigan (2011).

“Corporate Characteristics and the Disclosure of Earnings

Restatements.” Journal of Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory

Issues 14(1): 43-58.

Moore, J., and M. Love (2011). “An Examination of

Prestigious Stigma: The Case of the Technology Geek.”

International Journal of Social and Organizational

Dynamics in Information Technology 1(2): 1-25.

Stewart, G., T. Darnold, R. Zimmerman, L. Parks, and

S. Dustin (2010). “Exploring How Response Distortion of

Personality Measures Affects Individuals.” Personality and

Individual Differences 49(6): 622-628.

Sumner, M., and D. Slattery (2010). “The Impact of

Leadership Effectiveness and Team Processes on Team

Performance in Construction.” International Journal of

Construction Education and Research 6(3): 179-2 01.

Scholarly Presentations

Belasen, A. (2011). “Measuring the Impact of

Development on Corruption Perceptions: A Comparative

Study of Developed and Developing Countries.”

Midwestern Economics Association Annual Meeting.

St. Louis.

Belasen, A. (2011). “Measuring the Impact of

Development on Corruption Perceptions: A Comparative

Study of Developed and Developing Countries.” Eastern

Economics Association Annual Meeting. New York.

Bharati, R. (2011). “The Role of Information: The Effect

of 10-K Filings on Stock Returns.” Southwestern Finance

Association Annual Meeting. Houston.

Brada, J., J. Kubĉek, A. Kutan, and V. Tomsik (2011).

“Inflation Targeting from the Perspective of Behavioral

Economics.” Allied Social Science Association Annual

Meeting. Denver.

Chen, Y., M. Shaffer, J. Joplin, S. Chan, and R. Posthuma

(2011). “Etic demands and emic resources: A crossnational

study of nurses.” Society for Industrial &

Organizational Psychologists Annual Conference. Chicago.

Dalman, M., J. Min, and M. Segal (2011). “Trivial

Attributes in Service Context: Preliminary Findings.”

MBAA International Conference. Chicago.

Demirer, R. (2011). “The Benefits of Portfolio

Diversification in Gulf Arab Stock Markets.” Allied Social

Science Association 2011 Annual Meeting. Denver.


Dustin, S. (2010). “The Impact of Negative Compensation

Shocks on Individual Performance.” 2010 Annual Meeting

of the Academy of Management. Montreal.

Fu, X., and J. Ligon (2010). “Executive Compensation

and Strategic Earnings Management: Smoothing or

Swinging.” Financial Management Association Annual

Meeting. New York.

Hafer, R., G. Jones, and B. Hobbs (2011). “State Economic

Growth: The Role of IQ.” Midwest Economics Association

Annual Meeting. St. Louis.

Hsu, Y., and J. Joplin (2010). “Expanding the Boundaries

of the Work and Family Interface: A Review and Agenda

for Future Research.” 2010 Annual Meeting of the

Academy of Management. Montreal.

Hunt, A., B. Reed, and G. Sierra (2010). “An Accounting

Change at American Rock Salt Company.” Allied

Academies Fall 2010 International Conference. Las Vegas.

Jategaonkar, S. (2011). “If it's Good for the Firm, it's

Good for Me: Insider Trading and Repurchases Motivated

by Undervaluation.” Southwestern Finance Association

Annual Meeting. Houston.

Jategaonkar, S. (2011). “If it's Good for the Firm, it's

Good for Me: Insider Trading and Repurchases Motivated

by Undervaluation.” Midwest Finance Association Annual

Meeting. Chicago.

Jessup, C., and H. Nance (2010). “An Audit Failure Case

as Reported in SEC Documents: Revisited with Current

Regulatory Guidance and an Ethics Perspective.” 2010

American Accounting Association Midwest Region

Meeting. Oakbrook, Ill.

Jessup, C. (2011). “A Reflection on How VARK Awareness

Is Changing My Teaching in Accounting.” North American

Accounting Society Annual Meeting. Chicago.

Jessup, C., P. Feller, S. Moncada, and T. Moncada (2011).

“A Taste of MERLOT for Accounting Educators.” North

American Accounting Society Annual Meeting. Chicago.

Jessup, C., and T. Young (2011). “Using Image Restoration

Theory to Analyze Audit Firm Responses to PCAOB

Inspection Reports.” International Academy of Business

and Public Administration Disciplines Conference.

Orlando, Fla.

Madupalli, R., G. Pannirselvam, and C. Williams

(2011). “Relationship Quality in B2B Services: Impact of

Customer-Supplier Differences.” Marketing Management

Association Conference. Chicago.

Min, J., and M. Segal (2010). “Supplier Opportunism

and Relationship Performance in Marketing Research

Outsourcing Relationships.” Decision Sciences Institute

2010 Annual Conference. San Diego.

Moore, J. (2011). “Illuminating the Other Road: The Role

of Voice in IT Turnover.” The 44th Hawaii International

Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), Kauai, Hawaii.

Moore, J., and S. Yager (2011). “Understanding and

Applying Participant Observation in IS Research.” ACM

SIGMIS Personnel Doctoral Consortium and Research

Conference 2011. San Antonio.

Navin, J., T. Sullivan, and W. Richards (2011). “Does a

Good Job Really Require a Breath of Fresh Air?” Midwest

Economics Association Annual Meeting. St. Louis.

Reed, B., and G. Sierra (2010). “The Voluntary Demand

for Audits in the United States: The Case of Privately-Held

Banks.” 2010 American Accounting Association Annual

Meeting. San Francisco.

Springer, T., B. Cline, and X. Fu (2011). “Insider Trading

in REITs: Evidence from Informed Stock Option Exercise

Around Seasoned Equity Offerings.” American Real Estate

Society Annual Meeting. Seattle.

Sumner, M. (2010). “EMR Implementation: Lessons

Learned from ERP.” Pre-ICIS Workshop on Enterprise

Systems Research in MIS. St. Louis.

Watson, G., M. Velasquez, B. Victor, J. Darley, and L.

Sekerka (2010). “A Symposium on the Moral Psychology

of Corruption.” 2010 Annual Meeting of the Academy of

Management. Montreal.

White III, G., T. Hemphill, and J. Joplin (2010). “Legal

System Contingencies and Determinants of WOFS

Relation-based Strategies.” 2010 Annual Meeting of the

Academy of Management. Montreal.

Wolff, L. (2011). “Using Forward Contracts and Options

to Hedge Exchange Rate Risk.” NASBITE International

Annual Conference 2011. Charleston, S.C.

Yager, S., and Z. Szabo (2011). “Using an e-Book to

Teach Technology: Effects on Student Performance.” ACM

SIGMIS Personnel Doctoral Consortium and Research

Conference 2011. San Antonio.

Faculty Scholarship

74: peer-reviewed journal articles,

book chapters, presentations and external

grants/contracts in fiscal year 2011

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Fiscal Year 2010-2011

School of Business Advisory Boards

The School of Business works closely with the business community in order to provide the very best business

expertise to develop programs that provide a foundation for students to become leaders in their chosen careers.

The commitment of these advisory board members to lend their expertise and to serve the School of Business as

ambassadors in the business community is gratefully recognized and appreciated.

School of Business Advisory Board

William D. Boudouris, BS ’79

Executive Vice President & Chief Financial

Officer, The Korte Company

Jeffrey M. Dale, BS ’79

Vice President & Chief Financial Officer,

Federal Reserve System Office of

Employee Benefits

Gary A. Giamartino, Ph.D.

Dean & Professor of Management,

SIUE School of Business

Camille F. Emig-Hill, BA ’72, MBA ’77

Director, Human Resources Shared Services,

Anheuser-Busch Companies Inc. (Retired)

Doris Reynolds-Johnson BS ’84, MBA ’85

Owner/CEO,

Pragmatica Health Care Solutions

Janice R.W. Joplin, Ph.D.

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs &

Associate Professor of Management,

SIUE School of Business

Walter R. Knepper, BS ’69

Partner, RubinBrown

Eric L. Levin

Vice President of Finance,

The Boeing Company

David A. Mayo, Sr., BA ’82, MBA ’88

Principal/Sr. Director, Information Systems,

Edward Jones

Mara (Mitch) Meyers, BS ’78, MBA ’81

Entrepreneur

Edward T. Pinnell, Jr., BS ’82, MBA ’90

Senior Trust Advisor,

PNC Wealth Management

David R. Schaake, BS ’77

Managing Director, AON Corporation

Thomas P. Schunk

Director VMO, VP Marquee Accounts,

Emerson

Mark E. Showers, BA ’77

Sr. Vice President & Chief Information Officer,

RGA Reinsurance Company

Mary R. Sumner, Ed.D.

Associate Dean for Executive &

Continuing Education & Professor of CMIS,

SIUE School of Business

Mark B. Weinheimer

Attorney, Polsinelli Shughart

Robert A. Wetzel, BS ’59

Director (retired President),

TheBANK of Edwardsville

Judy Woodruff, BM ’77

Director of Development,

SIUE School of Business

School of Business Alumni Association

Board of Directors

Matthew J. Armentrout BS ’01

Product Specialist, Edward Jones

Paul J. Baeske, BS ’97, MBA ’99

Financial Advisor/Certified Financial Planner,

Morgan Stanley

Timothy P. Curran, BS ’07

Business Systems Analyst,

ExpressScripts Inc.

Marko Dragovich, BS ’04, MBA ’09

Business Analyst,

Nestle Purina PetCare Company

William F. Graebe, Jr., BS ’64

President, G & M Industries

Patricia P. Hufford, BS ’86

Sales Support Specialist,

Blue Cross & Blue Shield (Retired)

Thomas K. McRae, BS ’82

Senior Executive Account Manager,

GlaxoSmithKline Oncology

Lindsay M. Myers, BS ’10

Business Projects Manager, Schattdecor Inc.

Danny J. Micheletto, BS ’96, MBA ’98

Agricultural Loan Approval Officer,

Bank of America

Paul B. Millard, BS ’93

Vice President, Commercial Banking,

TheBANK of Edwardsville

Marcia W. Renda, BS ’97, MBA ’00

Entrepreneur

Zach Schlechte, BS ’04, MBA ’06

Senior Accountant, Energizer Holdings

Lavetta A. Stevenson, BS ’87

IT Project Manager, Scottrade Inc.

Darryl L. Tyler, BS ’03

Vice President, Regions Bank

Timothy A. West, BS ’07

Vendor Manager, ExpressScripts Inc.,

Infrastructure Shared Services

Accounting Advisory Board

Michael E. Buescher, BSA ’92

Director of Taxes, Kellwood Company

Susan J. Eickhoff, BSA ’93

Partner, KPMG, LLP

Jason H. Geminn, BSA ’97, MBA ’01

Tax Supervisor, Stone Carlie

Sara B. Hampton, BSA ’98

External Reporting Manager, Energizer

Bryan C. Keller, BSA ’90

Partner, RubinBrown

Julie R. Lutz, BSA ’01, MSA ’02

Senior Auditor, Ernst & Young

Jean R. Pinkney, BSA ’98

Manager, Accounting/Human Resources, TSI

Engineering Inc.

John F. Saric, MBA ’81

Senior Audit Manager,

Federal Reserve System

Rachelle L. Sauls, BSA ’97

Reimbursement Manager,

Barnes Jewish Hospital

Mark A. Schafale, BSA ’85

Vice President, Controller, Energizer

Scott A. Stringer, BSA ’84

Director, Navigant Consulting

Timothy D. Valley, BSA ’92, MBA ’94

Vice President of Finance,

Millennium Digital Media

Construction Leadership Advisory Board

Steve Cockerham

Vice President,

BJC Planning, Design & Construction

Jon Danuser

General Manager, Johnson Controls

Jim Frey

Senior Vice President, Risk & Contract Review

Officer, Alberici Constructors

Timothy K. Garvey, BA ’72

Executive Director,

Southern Illinois Builders Association

Christopher Gordon, Ph.D.

Chair, Department of Construction & Assistant

Professor of Construction Management,

SIUE School of Engineering

Marion A. Hayes III

President, BRK Electrical Contractors LLC

Chris Hiemenz

VP/Sales & Marketing, Murphy

Mark Hinrichs

President, IMPACT Strategies

Gregg E. Korte, BS ’89

General Manager, Korte & Luitjohan

Liz Lahm

Director, Project Policy & Finance, AmerenUE

Roger W. Loesche

CFO, Kozeny Wagner

Jason Mantle

Quality Assurance Manager,

Korte Construction

Mike Marchal

President of Operations,

Holland Construction Services


Dale Miller

Vice President, SM Wilson

Rick Oertli

CEO, Guarantee Electric

Sue Pruchnicki

Principal, Bond Wolfe Architects

Alan Richter

Executive Director,

Regional Union Construction Center

Mark Smith

Project Director,

McCarthy Building Companies Inc.

Mary R. Sumner, Ed.D.

Associate Dean for Executive &

Continuing Education & Professor of CMIS,

SIUE School of Business

Len Toenjes

President, AGC of St. Louis

Bernie Wicklein

Vice President, Nooter Construction Company

Master of Marketing Research

Advisory Board

Bill Bagwell

Senior Vice President, The Mattson Jack Group

Debbie Beers

VP Consumer Insights & Research Center of

Excellence, Furniture Brands International

Jim Berling

Senior Vice President, Burke Inc.

Diane Bowers

President, Council of American Survey

Research Organizations (CASRO)

Michael Brereton

President, Maritz Research

Eileen Campbell

Global CEO, Millward Brown

James D. Carter

Executive Director, Advertising Metrics &

Budgets, AT&T

Mike Flynn, Ph.D.

President, Flynn Consulting

Christopher J. Frank

Vice President, Business-to-Business and

Communications Research,

American Express Corporation

Mark Golde

Sr. Vice President, Ipsos Forward Research

Kevin Hawkins

Manager of Enterprise Research, FedEx

John Hostetler

Director, Market Research, Kellogg Company

Chad Johnson

Partner, Answers Research

Todd Jones, BS ’90, MMR ’92

CRM Database Marketing Manager, Diabetes

Care, Roche Diagnostics Corp.

Gayle Lloyd

Manager of Product Research & Competitive

Intelligence, Batesville Casket, a division of

Hill Rom

Jeff Minier, MMR ’95

Executive Vice President, GfK Kynetec

William Neal

Senior Partner, SDR Consulting

Madhav Segal, Ph.D.

Professor of Marketing,

SIUE School of Business

David Silver

Vice President, Portfolio Management,

Covidien Ltd.

Diane Spencer

Vice President, Business Intelligence &

Analysis, Commerce Bank

Marjette Stark

President, Digital Dimensions

John Sterling, Ph.D.

VP & Director, Marketing and Category

Management, Ralston Foods, Ralcorp

John Tapper, Ph.D.

President, Marketing Insights Practice

James Thomas, Ph.D.

Senior Manager, Market Intelligence and

Research, Bayer Healthcare LLC

Helen Turner

Director, International Marketing Research,

Anheuser-Busch Companies Inc. (Retired)

Ron Weidemann

Partner, Answers Research

George Wilkerson

Communications Industry Group Leader,

Market Strategies International

Scott Wright

Sr. Vice President, BASES,

The Nielsen Company

Project Management Advisory Board

Doug Ascoli

Supervisor, Project Management Office,

Ameren Corporation

James Bostick

Project Management Principal Leader,

Computer Sciences Corporation

Alex Brandt

Sr. Project Manager, Alberici Constructors

Allen P. Cain

Project Leader, Science Applications

International Corporation

Doug Caldwell

DCMA Army Modernization Programs (AMP)

Ninoska Clarkin

PMO-Project Delivery Services-Department

Leader, Edward Jones

Michelle DiMercurio

Sr. Manager,

Boeing Information Technology Office

Laurie Douglas

Principal Consultant,

Daugherty Business Solutions

Ryan Ellen

Manager, Project Management, Corporate

Planning and Enterprise Risk Management,

Ameren Missouri

Peter Fornof

CIO, Hortica

Wesley J. Frick, BS ’72

Director, The Boeing Company (Retired)

Mary Ann Gates

Director, USDA-Rural Development,

Unisys Corporation

Mike Gavin

Maverick Technologies

William C. Goodman

NETOps Subject Matter Expert, Science

Applications International Corporation

Cheryl Harbison

Director of Business Analysis, Scottrade

Sandra M. Hindelang, MS ’06

Assistant Director, Executive Education,

SIUE School of Business

David R. Hunter

Manager, Future Combat Systems,

The Boeing Company

Janice R.W. Joplin, Ph.D.

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs &

Associate Professor of Management,

SIUE School of Business

Matt Kimball

Delivery Manager & Competency Lead -

PM/BA Management Consulting Group,

Daugherty Business Solutions

Chris Koo

Sr. Project Leader, IS PMO-Project Delivery

Services, Edward Jones

Liz Lahm

Director, Project Policy & Finance, Ameren

Ozzie Lomax

Plant Manager, Strategic Projects, Ameren

David A. Mayo, Sr., BA ’82, MBA ’88

Principal/Sr. Director, Information Systems,

Edward Jones

Scott A. McCall

Assistant Vice President, Science Applications

International Corporation

Jo Ellen Moore, Ph.D.

Professor of CMIS, SIUE School of Business

James Morgan

Senior Project Manager, Burns & McDonnell

Pat Mueth

Director, Program Management Office,

Barnes Jewish Hospital

Luis Naranjo

Project Portfolio Manager, VP|Chief

Administrative Office, Wells Fargo Advisors

James Page, Jr.

Manager, Accounting Help Desk,

U.S. Postal Service (Retired)

Lynn Pias

PMO Lead, Monsanto

Vicki Schumacher

Manager of Project Management,

Scottrade Inc.

Kevin Shannon

Sr. Manager, Treasury Relations and Systems

Support, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Barb Strang

Senior Project/Program Manager,

Wells Fargo Advisors

Mary R. Sumner, Ed.D.

Associate Dean for Executive &

Continuing Education & Professor of CMIS,

SIUE School of Business

Bruce Tons

Vice President, Security Officer,

Rabo AgriFinance

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12

Annual Roll of Donors

The following pages contain a listing of those alumni and friends who have

generously provided support for the School of Business throughout fiscal year

2011 (July 1, 2010 through June 30, 2011). We strive to make the Annual Roll

of Donors as complete as possible. Please let us know if you see a discrepancy

in the report. The faculty, staff and students of the School extend sincere

appreciation to these individuals, corporations, foundations and organizations

who have invested in the careers of our future business and community leaders.

Thank you!

With gratitude,

Gary A. Giamartino, Dean, School of Business

Dean’s Society

DEAN’S 1000 CLUB

Summa Cum Laude Member

($10,000.00 and above)

William D. ’79 & Teresa Boudouris

Alfred C. ’63 & Delores A. Hagemann

Gordon A. ’82, ’84 & Doris K. Reynolds ’84, ’85 Johnson

Kelly M. Malson ’93

Steven F. ’79 & Alita R. McCann

Robert J. ’71, ’72 & Mara “Mitch” ’78, ’81 Meyers

John F. & Peggy Schmidt

Charles A. ’86 & Joan D. Wentz, Jr.

James C. ’67 & Rita M. Zink

Magna Cum Laude Member

($5,000.00 to $9,999.99)

Jeffrey M. ’79 & Denise G. Panyik ’81 Dale

Dion C. Joannou ’89

Walter R. ’69 & Stephanie ’87 Knepper

Craig R. ’76 & Jane W. Whorton ’85 Louer

Terrence G. Raterman ’78, ’94 & Amelia B. Beckmann

David R. ’77 & Kathy Schaake

Cum Laude Member

($2,500.00 to $4,999.99)

Paul J. ’97, ’99 & Christine Baeske

Wendy J. Henry

James J. ’64 & Shirley Holten

Steven M. ’86 & Holly R. McRae

Karyn L. Rhoades Molnar ’74

Edmund & Dr. Mary R. Sumner

Michael N. ’70 & Kathleen A. Boskamp ’71 Wenzel

Member

($1,000.00 to $2,499.99)

Dr. David E. & Roberta L. ’88, ’91 Ault

Scott A. Badgett ’81

Dr. Gary A. Giamartino

Jeffrey A. ’94 & Susan M. ’90, ’00 Hemker

D. Bradley ’78 & Camille F. Odolich Emig ’72, ’77 Hill

Dr. Maurice L. & Marian Hirsch, Jr.

Thomas E. & Lisa A. Holloway

Merle T. Inman

John J. ’83 & Maxine A. Hawkins ’69, ’83 Johnson, Jr.

Todd J. Jones ’90, ’92

Dr. Janice R. Joplin

Dr. James W. Klenke

William K. ’82 & Eileen Komperda

Dean’s Society members, Dave and Kathy Schaake

Eric L. Levin

David A. ’82, ’88 & Diane M. Mayo, Sr.

Ronald L. ’68 & Joyce Milligan

Junhong J. Min ’99 & Sunhee Park

Gayla D. Kantner ’95 & Scott Moore

Dr. John W. ’81 & Jane R. Mosser

Nick Mysore ’84

Ralph W. Newkirk ’86

Steven & Dr. Marsha B. Puro

Mark A. ’85 & Lisa Schafale

Dennis R. ’77, ’78 & Sharon L. ’76 Schlott

Drs. Timothy S. Schoenecker & Laura Swanson Schoenecker

Dr. John F. ’69, ’73 & Diane L. Dressel ’73 Schrage

Gerard & Pat ’76 Schuetzenhofer

Dr. Robert A. Schultheis

Mark E. ’77 & Jeanne W. Showers

Marilyn E. Sparks Surbey ’77

Ted & Cynthia M. Phillips-Tishinski

Mark B. & Carla J. Weinheimer

Dr. David J. & Kay ’88 Werner

Robert L. ’78 & Pamela E. West

Michael E. & Judith M. Blase ’77 Woodruff

Directors

($500.00 to $999.99)

Robert C. ’82 & Alfrieda R. ’84, ’87 Anderson

Ricky A. ’80 & Mary A. Barron

Daniel F. Chen ’95

Dr. Michael L. ’79 & Patricia M. Costigan

Donna L. DuHadway

Robert E. ’93 & Susan J. Brune ’93 Eickhoff

Kurtis G. Emshousen ’01

Edward & Sally S. ’80 Ferguson

Charles F. ’02 & Marilyn J. Heepke

Dr. Allen K. Hunt

Lt. Col. Deborah L. Johnston ’77

William D. ’88, ’90 & Karen A. Klingel

Mary S. Ortwerth Lampert ’85

Scott E. Lunke ’77

John C. Mennel ’72

Dr. John C. & Jennifer M. Day Vandever ’94, ’00 Navin

Charles A. ’61 & W. Anne Newton

Dr. Bradford J. Reed

Dr. William A. Retzlaff & Dawn C. Munsey

Christina L. Rother ’04, ’05

Richard M. Smoski ’76 & Linda J. Hoover

Larry & Dr. Susan E. Yager


Deans ($250 to $499.99)

Steven D. & Joanne A. Brant

Robert J. Buescher ’84, ’88

Janet L. Butts ’81

James N. Cagle ’73

Douglas H. Clark ’81, ’83

Daniel F. Forcade ’75

Dr. Ralph W. & Cheryl L. Giacobbe

Dennis C. ’72 & Fran M. Gusky

Duane A. Hercules & Joy E. Kolda ’85, ’88

Jon D. Herreid ’71

Jason E. ’00, ’03 &

Michelle E. Crites ’90, ’99 Jensen

Gregory A. ’82 & Brenda L. Johnson

Linda W. Johnson ’85

Robert C. Johnson ’87

James W. ’69 & Joy K. Juengling

Lawrence W. Katz ’79

Brian E. ’75, ’85 & Terri L. ’83, ’88 Keister

Steven L. ’82 & Susan M. Koebel

John C. ’78 & Peggy A. Harris ’78 Kunze

Elizabeth Juengst Lawson ’91

John K. Le Blanc ’74, ’76

Dr. John Michael Lee ’74

Allan D. ’68 & Janet A. Littlefield

James L. Mazander ’81

Dr. John Byron & Marie M. ’92 Meisel

Shekar Muthuswamy ’77, ’79 &

Vidya Swamy

Edmund G. Nasief ’74 Jr.

Robert J. ’61 & Carolyn M. Ogletree ’63 Neff

Gary & Dr. Linda M. Lovata Rutz

Dr. Ronald P. & Diane O. ’91 Schaefer

Karen A. Segar ’75

Timothy D. & Jamia S. ’98, ’00 Seifert

John C. Simpson ’78

Thomas L. Speck ’73

Charles H. ’74 & Carol L. ’77 Sternau

Russell V. ’79 &

Patricia A. Costello ’79 Thoman, Jr.

Albert F. ’69, ’71 & Cynthia S. Tretter

Charles F. Tucker ’63, ’84

Richard G. ’81 & Marie B. Unnerstall

Robert K. ’85 & Katalina T. Uyehara

Charles M. Vadalabene ’64

Mark G. Viox ’85

Michael L. ’73 & Dianne F. Waitukaitis

Dr. George W. & Tracey Watson, Jr.

Dan L. ’76 & Nancy A. Wiemers

Clifford L. ’77 & Doris M. Wurster

Richard E. Yeager ’72

Jean W. Peavy Zonker ’74

Century ($100.00 to $249.99)

Bruce J. Abernathy ’67

Steven R. ’95 & Annette Adams

Linda Alexander ’09

Jacqueline S. Andershock ’00

Paula D. Arsenault ’01, ’04

William J. ’73 &

Rosalie A. Dillon Aschbacher

Andrew D. Augustine ’68

Jerry L. ’64 & Barbara F. Bain

Cristina D. Baines ’05

Wayne E. & Elizabeth A. ’02 Baird, Jr.

James A. Bayers ’80

Jeremy A. Bearth ’04, ’09

Lorren J. Beck ’82

Dale M. Becker ’75

Ronald L. ’71, ’76 &

Cheryl L. ’74, ’01 Bednar, Sr.

James M. Belobraydic ’69

Thomas J. Berry ’78

Edward J. ’77 & Irene L. Blake, Jr.

Neal K. & Susan M. Long ’79, ’88 Bockwoldt

Robert E. ’94 & Susan Bowman

Frederick G. ’70 & Arlene M. Brauer

Rodney D. Bray ’88

Brett J. ’04 & Lauren Briggs

Col. Michael D. Broderick ’74

Walter W. Brown ’61 & Patricia M. Knab

Christopher M. Buckley ’03 &

Dr. Gertrude P. Pannirselvam

Christopher J. Burns ’95 &

Kirsten C. ’86 Hines

Jonathan D. Busche ’93

Scott J. & Linda M. Hawkins ’79 Butler

Nathan M. ’00 & Kristin L. Butler

Patrick E. ’81, ’84 & Roberta E. Calvin

Clinton R. ’95 & Sara J. Campbell

Christina M. Carr ’94

Matthew J. Charow ’91

Lt. Col. David C. Clark ’73

John R. Cloute ’77

Terence G. Cochran ’00

Deborah R. Collins ’85

Dawn E. Conrey ’90, ’96

Stephen L. Cunningham ’81

Samuel J. ’73 & Patricia Dalton

Gary L. ’74 & June Davis

Susan C. Dempsey ’77

Ronald F. ’92 & RoxAnn C. ’92 Dhom

Joseph L. Dimaggio ’05

Dr. James P. Dixon

Kevin S. Doak ’90

Dawn A. Dossett ’94

Vernon E. Dotson ’86

Marcia A. Evans ’81

Dr. Ayse Y. Evrensel

Berry L. File ’72

Scott S. ’75 & Deborah E. ’76 Ford

Melissa K. Ford ’08, ’09

Jack H. ’74 & Leona D. Foster

Larry W. ’73 & Anita M. Frazier

Jana L. ’93 & Steven A. Fulton

Tom C. ’75 & Pamela V. Vesci Galati

Jason H. ’97, ’01 & Kimberly M. ’05 Geminn

BG Larry S. Gershman ’76 USAR (Ret)

Karen E. Riepl Gibbons ’92

Gene E. ’74 & Janet ’80 Gillespie

Rebecca L. Glen ’91

Robert L. ’81 & Beverly B. Glendening

Thomas W. & Sheryl L. Carver ’83 Godsey

Jeanne P. Goestenkors ’72

Drs. Rik W. & Gail Heyne Hafer

Robert E. ’74 & Dorothy K. Hahn

Brian R. ’91, ’94 & Candace M. ’91 Hamilton

Richard P. ’90 & Holly J. ’97 Hampton

Randy & Janet D. King ’84 Hanson

David J. ’88 & Kathleen M. Hardin

Ruby C. Taylor Harriman ’74, ’75

Donald E. ’70 & Freddie A. Harris

Charles W. Hartford ’92

Keith R. Hattle ’77

James M. Heinen, Sr. ’76

Paul H. Hellrich ’70

Darrell R. ’94 & Charlene M. Hemker

David D. Hight ’85, ’87

James H. & Jennifer F. ’05 Hilgard

Kevin & Gale A. Hoedebeck

Jack L. Hohrein ’75

Larry E. Hornback ’71

Richard E. ’78 & Lana L. Horstmann

Dan E. Huebner ’74

Bob R. Hughey ’75

Kris M. Rutz Hundsdorfer ’87

David A. & Merle A. Douglas ’73, ’83 Imler

Kristine T. Polo Jarden ’05

Arthur E. Jones ’74

Gary C. Jones ’73

Mabeline C. Julien ’83

Francis X. Kaiser ’82

William H. Keller ’67

Kent E. Kimmle ’77, ’82

Stan & Marilyn C. Aerne ’83 Kintigh

Dale M. Knezevich ’79

Paul R. Koerner ’80

Clayton T. Kotoucek ’93

Steven P. ’83 & Vicki L. Langendorf

Kenneth G. Lanter ’86

Joan E. Lebkuecher ’09

Teresa M. Lesicko ’91, ’93

Albert Lew ’76

Robert T. Lewis ’90

Howard M. Lloyd ’73

Stephen A. ’70 & Virginia M. Lochmoeller

Dr. Mary Sue Love

Tony & Melanie R. Perry ’97 Lusch

Lynn M. Gassel Lyons ’80

James W. ’91 &

Mary E. Davenport ’75 Mager

Jayne A. Markus ’02

Thomas J. Maschek ’85

Dale E. McCammack ’74

Thomas K. ’72 & Jill McCracken

Barbara L. McKenzie ’92

Justin L. McMillian ’01

Lee M. & Rose M. McNaughton

Forrest P. Meek ’73

Dean A. Mefford ’75

Ralph J. &

Susan E. Ketterlin ’71, ’79, ’88 Mendelsohn

Christopher J. ’96 & Jennifer L. ’97 Mercer

John H. Merle ’77

Dennis B. Mertz ’67

Philip H. Mette ’75

David B. & Marianne Garino ’81 Milton

Thomas F. Moberg ’81

John P. ’77 & Valerie A. O’Connell

James J. Odorizzi ’69

Gary L. Oliver ’84

Jason R. Olliges ’06

Richard J. O’Neill ’95

Ajit P. Oza ’04

Sally J. Page ’73

Barbara E. Graham Paisley ’85

Bruce E. ’76 & Karen S. Fischer ’76 Palmer

Stephen N. Parrish ’87

Robert C. Patrick, Jr. ’67

Mary Paul ’88

Christian J. ’69 & Maryanne Pfeffer

Robert D. Pollihan ’84

Kenan R. Pulver ’92

Jeffrey G. Rabenort ’83

Paul H. Ramee ’85

Barry A. Rhein ’70

Roy J. ’72, ’76 & Maggie Richard

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14

School of Business Annual Role of Donors

Patrick R. ’81,’88 & Mary E. Richards

Thomas A. Richter ’71

John G. ’82 & Barbara A. Depativo Ricketti

Kenneth A. Robinson ’73

Christine M. Rohrbach ’00, ’03

David W. Rosenthal ’75

Walter C. ’74 & Kathleen M. Rouch

Steven M. ’71 & Joann R. Rull

Martin G. Russell ’74

Kevin D. ’86 & Kathleen L. Schmidt

Jan-Patrick W. Schmitz ’94

Eldon ’63 & Lois Schoeber

David J. ’86 &

Sandra L. Wright ’85 Schoenborn

Charles G. Schrage ’91

Eddie Schuller ’86

Richard C. Schumacher ’70

Kevin D. Schuster ’96

Edward G. Schwarz ’77

Dr. Ann S. Schwier

Wesley E. Scroggins ’72

Gilbert V. ’83 & Carolyn L. Sedabres

Robert B. ’79, ’83 & Colleen M. ’91 Seiffert

Col. John P. ’85 & Kimberly J. Selstrom, Jr.

Richard J. Sherman ’66

Richard E. ’81 & Martha S. ’80 Shindel

Barbara A. Small ’85, ’91

Steven F. Springgate ’83

David W. Steinkamp ’89

John M. ’84 & Susan M. Steitz

Walter J. Stoltz ’86

David E. Stone ’78

Elmer H. ’72 & Gina M. Strieker

Carl H. ’81, ’87 & Karen A. Suhre

Lori A. Supinie ’90

John & Ellen T. Taft ’80 Swoger

Richard B. Tarro ’73

Jeffrey D. Thomas ’80

Dr. James A. Thomas ’98, ’00

Bobby J. Thompson ’64

Norman W. Thompson ’70

Gary A. & Donna L. Milton ’89 Thouvenin

Linda J. Whiton Tice ’83

Robert D. ’62 & Donna L. Torrence

Bernard R. Traiteur ’86

Amy C. Tymoszenko ’07

Janet C. Ulivi ’03

Dennis E. ’76 & Rene L. ’75 Ulrich

Timothy D. Valley ’92, ’94

John A. Vassen ’79

Michael C. Vollmer ’82 & Karen D. Wachtel

James C. Wagner ’68

James B. ’86 & Heather C. Morris Wallace

Adam D. ’03, ’04 &

Abigail A. Solomon ’07 Ward

Paul A. Weaver ’69

C. Joseph Weaver, Jr.

Maurice Williams ’85

Dr. Clay K. & Noelle B. Williams

Glenda J. Wilson ’85

John R. ’83 & Patricia L. Dissett ’80 Wolf

William A. Wolfe ’02, ’08

David E. ’75 & Kathleen Wolfersberger

Randall P. Wright ’72

J. W. ’68 & Gail E. Richards ’74 Wyatt

Richard P. Yanes ’70 *

Edward B. Yee ’79

Martin L. Zygmund ’72

Friends (Up to $100.00)

Abiodun A. Adewale ’92

Doris L. Albers ’86

Thomas W. ’76, ’82 &

Margaret J. ’75, ’94 Allan

Philip C. Alvarado ’76

Orville D. ’77 & Jeanne Ankarlo

Bryan D. Aubel ’92

June M. Aubrecht ’75

William J. & Lois G. ’82, ’86 Bain

Ronald S. Barberis ’69

Lawson E. Barclay ’74

David W. Bargetzi ’94

David W. & Dee A. Steinkoenig ’93 Barnard

Steven & Alice M. Fox ’78 Bartels

John P. & Judith A. ’90 Barud

Frederick A. Bathon ’80

John E. Bauer ’76

Nancy J. Beasley

John M. ’92 & Sarah L. Beatty

Keith A. ’82 & Amy L. ’01 Becker

Bernell V. Becker ’78

William F. ’73 &

Ellen J. Tippett ’67, ’75 Beebe

Wayne A. Benitz ’70

Ronald W. Bennett ’71

Robert R. Bergseth ’73

James L. Bernhardt ’72

Robert N. ’76 & Patricia J. Bernstein

Jo A. Berry ’89

Scott L. ’88 & Margaret A. Billhartz

Kenneth A. ’88, ’95 &

Cristie A. Voss ’93 Billhartz

Paula J. Birke-Smith ’04

Dominic ’87 & Susan Biunno, Jr.

Christina L. Blakely ’04

Kimberly K. Mcdade Blanquart ’89, ’98

Joann M. Thoman Blassie ’78

Patrick R. Bloomer ’04

Dr. Douglas B. Bock

Jacob J. &

Donna G. Van Loo ’80, ’06 Bock, Jr.

Jo Ann M. Bohnenstiehl ’83

David R. & Janet L. Campbell ’80 Bolser

Dr. Bijoy & Mita Bordoloi

Sandra J. Wrigley Borgschulte ’78

John A. Bornmann ’86

Jon L. Bosworth ’85

Edward L. Bour ’70, ’78

Gerald E. ’60 & Joan E. Bourland

Arlene Bowden Bowden-Williams ’83

Marita L. Nix Boyce ’93

Neal T. ’82 & Maxine Brennan

William W. Bright

Eddie W. ’67 & Dolores A. ’71, ’75 Brooke

Stuart J. Brown ’79

Thomas R. ’67 & Sharon K. Bruno

George T. Bullock ’74

Richard M. Carr ’86

Verneda A. Wright Carrier ’72

John J. ’70 & Mary A. Carril

Milan R. ’79, ’86 &

Jane A. Kerkemeyer ’79 Case

Valerie A. Cassens ’86

Mark P. Catanzaro, Jr. ’07

Suzanne M. Hawkins Caudera ’04

Ronald R. Ceglinski ’81, ’88

Stephen K. ’72 & Billie J. Chaney

Lisa M. Fedrick ’02 & Kory Cheek

Linda S. Bowker Clark ’90

Michael L. & Sharon L. Clark ’04 Robke

Lisa S. Clatterbouck ’84

Penny R. Clavell ’05

Christopher S. Collins ’01

David E. ’78, ’80 & Pamela A. Kent ’74 Cook

Gary K. Cooper ’74

Charles E. Cooprider ’77

Edwin H. Cordes ’61

James J. Cosgrove ’86

Robin R. Simpson Costello ’96

Paul J. Costello ’72

Helen Cox*

Dr. Homer L. Cox*

Francis S. Coyle III ’76

Carla J. Dunn Cunningham ’84

Frederick Curry ’74

Scot A. Cushing ’76

Thomas F. ’73 & Patricia M. Cygan

Michael J. Dal Pozzo ’07

Allison A. Darr ’08, ’09

Jan L. Davenport ’78

Craig J. ’85 & Dorothy Davidson

Terry A. & Lynne M. Raglin ’81 Davidson

Benjamin J. ’79 & Sharon A. Davinroy, Jr.

Ramona Davis ’75

Wilbur L. ’71 & Florence F. Day

Francine Barone De Sanctis ’82

Mark S. ’91 & Crystal L. ’92 Dees

Julia A. Litteken Deien ’06

Dr. Riza & Deniz Demirer

Richard A. ’70 & Mary D. Denning

Scott A. ’87 & Diana C. Harris ’85 Dezort

Steven E. Dietrich ’72

John C. ’79 & Jeanne L. ’86, ’87 Dillaplain

Robert D. ’74, ’77 &

Marcella K. ’81, ’89 DiPaolo

Dee A. Schwend Dormeier ’88

Raymond R. ’77 & Mary A. Dotts

Leo T. ’69 & Kay Doyle

Alissa R. Herron Dozier ’89

Justin A. Draper ’09

Charles B. ’69 & Edith I. Dreon

Horst L. ’71, ’75 &

Barbara A. ’70, ’74 Driesner

David A. ’04 & Melissa S. Aaron ’06 Droege

Mark P. ’82, ’85 &

Catherine M. Goeken ’85, ’98 Droste

William J. Durham ’95

Joanne M. Breden Earnhart ’98

Dennis D. Edwards ’79

Rick A. ’82 &

Marybeth E. Garrahan ’84 Edwards

James P. Egelhoff ’67

Lois A. Juergens Ehrhard ’86

Patricia J. Johnson Elam ’91

Christopher K. ’83 &

Linda S. Franke ’82 Endres

Kathy A. Engelmann ’97

Karen L. Schlattweiler Erpenbach ’87, ’92

Dr. Mark J. ’77 & Cora L. Eschenfelder

Severo ’76 & Cecelia Esquivel

Michael J. Farrell ’68

James F. Ferris

William L. & Ann E. ’94 Finklang

Fred W. Finn ’84

Lisa G. Finn ’84

Thomas L. ’63 & Virgie M. Finn

Marla L. Adcock Fischer ’89, ’92

Dennis W. ’69 & Janis K. Wente ’71 Foehner

Melinda S. Richter Foppe ’86


Recognizing Student

Achievement

The School of Business honored

65 students for academic

excellence and leadership

with more than $80,000 in

scholarships at the School’s

annual Scholarship and Awards

Ceremony. “The program serves

as an opportunity to recognize our

many outstanding students, thank

our generous scholarship donors,

as well as introduce donors to the

students who benefit from their

support,” said School of Business

Dean Gary Giamartino.

Philip M. Ford ’71

Jerry L. & Ann M. Renken ’86, ’93 Frank

Nathan D. Franklin ’98, ’07

Bernard J. ’72, ’81 & Linda M. ’76 Fuehne

James M. Fuehne ’64

John B. Fugate ’66

Gerald L. Fuller ’87

David D. ’05 & Denise M. Galloway

Daniel L. Gantz ’70

Ray H. & Julie L. ’88 Garber

Darlene J. Gardner ’93

Sowmitra K. Ghosh ’09

William R. Gibson ’89

Kathleen A. Fowler Gillan ’77

Terry L. ’83 & Jerlyn R. ’92 Gilmore

Gordon J. & Jean M. Gabalis ’82 Gilsrud

Susan M. Givens ’99

Steven J. ’77 & Lynn K. ’78 Glauber

Ann E. Reynolds Glosecki ’85

Gregory & Elida Garivey Gomez III

James A. ’00, ’04 & Shelley L. Goodman

Jessica M. Goodwin ’01

Wayne & Ann E. Gorman

Jeffrey Gouge ’76

Sean B. & Taryn R. Riley ’99 Grant

Angela M. Limestall Griffin ’90

Jeffrey P. ’87 & Mary E. Grimaud

Jeffrey A. ’88, ’95 &

April L. Welch ’88 Grimm

Thomas P. ’86 & Sharon E. Groark

Mary T. Gross ’97

Jeff A. Gruberman ’93

Lawrence E. ’68 & Rae F. Gusewelle

Alexander M. Hagen ’07, ’08

Mary E. Hall ’07

Charles W. ’83 & Rosemary Scott ’83 Hall

Brooke R. Hamby ’04

Sara E. Boeker Hanks ’07

James S. ’72, ’74 &

Hilma R. Ross ’72, ’76, ’80 Hans

Martha E. Harbaugh ’75

Charles M. Harbry ’74

Howard P. Harris ’68

John H. ’67 & Adele E. Harris

John O. ’70, ’72 & Marti Harris

Rodney L. Harris ’81, ’85

William C. ’73 & Julie A. ’75 Harris

Rodney A. Harrison ’74

Paul W. Hart ’85

Roy A. ’80 & Fredricka Hart

Laura A. Hartman ’88

Carlos J. Hawley ’71, ’72, ’73

Nelson R. ’94 &

Amanda C. Bourgeois Hellwig

Robert L. Helmkamp ’68, ’73

Marcia C. Henderson ’92

Richard M. ’78 & Karen J. Hendricks

Lawrence G. Henry ’74

Charles D. ’84 & Susan H. Herbolsheimer

Dr. Grahaeme A. Hesp ’97, ’99

Linda C. Hess ’89

Andrea J. Hester ’04

Jeffrey P. Higgins ’93

Michael D. ’73 & Vickie S. Higgins

Joshua E. ’97, ’98 & Joan Hileman

Gary L. ’71 & Hanny Hivnor

Dean A. Hoffmann ’93

Margaret M. Rawls Holl ’88, ’96

Debra D. Holthouse ’80

Michael J. & Mary L. Mutz ’81 Homan

Robert R. Hopkins ’83, ’92

Linda M. Hormann ’69

Donald P. Horn ’93

Harold L. Houser ’61

Christopher A. ’07 &

Christina M. ’07 Howard

Deborah L. Hoynacki ’94

Craig W. Hubbard ’72

Richard A. Huddleston ’67

John M. ’90 ’99 & Laurie M. ’93 Huebner

Stuart G. ’85 & Hollis A. Huels

Kathy C. Humpert ’71, ’72

Embery W. ’75 & Dorothy Hunt, Jr.

Cloyd L. Hunt ’82

LaVerne A. Isenberg ’64

Deepak B. Jamakhandimath ’02

Linda S. Jenkins ’84

Dr. Carol Jessup

James L. ’61 & Juanita C. Joehl

Jill M. Bingham Johnson ’93

Teresa K. Bridges Johnson ’73, ’81, ’91

James L. Jolly ’71

Donald J. Jones ’77

John T. ’82 & Frances P. Jones

David M. Jordan ’05

Judy F. Kabwe ’06, ’07

Kenneth G. Kadel ’97

Kay A. Kamra

Douglas E. Kassing ’86

Barry J. Kauhl ’91

Audrey J. Keeney ’73

David E. ’79 &

Beverly A. Rensing ’76 Kelahan

John F. Kelahan ’68, ’77

Savannah D. Kershaw ’08

Charles J. Keserauskis ’68, ’77

Areerat Kichkha ’92

John G. Kiesling ’77

Charles E. & Kim A. ’87 King, Jr.

Bryan J. King ’04, ’09

Ryan W. ’00, ’08 & Carrie E. Boyett ’02 Klotz

William C. Knapp ’93

Richard J. Knebel ’86, ’93

Keith D. Kniepkamp ’86

Justin C. Knolhoff ’02

Willard T. Knussmann ’78

Edward C. ’82, ’90 & Cynthia L. Kopff

Michael J. Korte ’77

Kenneth E. &

Kathleen A. McCuddy ’66, ’76 Kozak

Connie J. Kraus ’88

Patricia L. Kruegel ’98

David Kuhl ’77

Brian S. ’87 & Katherin A. Klein ’87 Kunz

Steven K. ’95 &

Judith A. Colligan ’85, ’92 Kupsky

Joseph A. ’83 &

Virginia M. Kretow ’69 Laforest

Brace H. Lambert ’83

Dennis L. & Leah L. ’99 Lambert

Verlan L. Lanter ’65

Vincent J. Lato ’66

James K. ’77 & Mary G. Laurie

David C. Layfield ’77

Angela K. Lee ’92

Michael D. ’76 &

Victoria A. Goodwin ’77 Lehman

Gary A. ’77 & Lanita A. Dunstan ’74 Lewis

Karen J. Sondag Limestall ’88

Breea J. Lemm Lisko ’09

Douglas B. Little ’71, ’72

Rance C. ’93 &

Lisa A. Heinemann ’89, ’92 Long

Edward C. Lucas ’77

Charles T. ’79 & Margaret M. Lucier

Matthew L. Luecking ’06

Joseph & Marilyn J. ’95 Luehrmann

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School of Business Annual Role of Donors

Kenneth J. Lukowski ’98, ’02

Daniel J. Uhring Madison ’72, ’78

Sean P. Madix ’85

Dr. Ramana K. Madupalli

Gerald R. ’77 & Bonnie L. Magurany

Linda D. Majchrzak ’00

Norris F. Manning

Ben L. ’93 & Rosalie Slimak ’66 Maragni

Michael M. Markey ’82

Charles M. ’68 & Susanne Markwell

James R. Marshall ’67

Jennifer E. Bates Martin ’83

James D. ’88 & Laura A. Maschhoff

Douglas A. Matthews ’92

Donald G. McAdoo ’65

Stephen M. McMullen ’74, ’93

Keith D. ’86 & Christine M. ’91 McDannold

Darlene Dee McDonald ’85

Daniel J. McGrath ’94

Julie A. Bergmann McLain ’86

James P. ’72 & Irene B. McLaughlin

Brett L. ’80 & Denise Y. Means

Edward M. ’66 & Mary I. Meehan

Aaron R. & Jamie N. Dixon ’04 Mehrtens

Michael C. ’79 &

Karen E. Lattimore ’78 Menendez

Mark A. ’81 & Cathy E. Merz

David A. ’76 & Tammy Metzger

Francis J. Miley ’75

Mark D. ’85 &

Susan M. Camarata ’86 Milford

Scott & Gina M. Kalika ’99 Miller

Sharene L. Miller ’97

Susan L. Beane Miller ’84

David S. Mitchell ’93

Harry E. ’72 & Joan M. Montroy

Dr. Jo Ellen Moore

Michael T. Moore ’04

Roger A. ’73 & Catherine L. ’79 Moore

Spencer V. ’69 &

Christy M. Heinz ’69, ’71 Moore

Morris L. Moser ’67, ’71

James E. Mussulman ’68, ’96

Raja Muthukumaru ’84, ’99

Kenneth R. Neher

Angela N. Niebruegge ’96, ’08

Mark T. & Virginia Thouvenot ’75 Nixon

Dr. John S. Nosari ’67

Frederick A. Nugent ’78

James V. ’79 & Suellen M. Oberthaler

Kevin M. O’Brien ’90

John E. ’75 & Karen L. O’Donnell

Robert J. ’78 & Gail Ohren

Victor A. ’76 & Joyce A. ’91 Oltmann

Michele A. Haddock Oswald ’04

Dawn M. Ottensmeier ’85

Danny O. Owens ’73

Charles H. ’82, ’87 &

Catherine M. Turck ’83 Pabst

Bret A. Paden ’93

Anne M. Padwojski ’89

Dennis W. ’84 &

Leah L. Lombardi ’85 Page

Rachel M. Salanik Palmisano ’05

Kimberly S. Geppert Paten ’06

Steven J. ’78 & Jean M. ’79 Perry

John E. Pingolt ’85 & Terri Streeb

William P. Pittman ’74

Dr. Anne L. Powell

Virginia K. Dunne Price ’88

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Raymond R. ’79 & Virginia C. Rahn

Matthew A. ’83 & Mary Rakers

Calvin G. ’74 & Tommie ’69, ’73 Randolph

Lana J. Randolph ’78

Diane J. Wray Ray ’93, ’95

Lori L. Neeman Ray ’85

Charles Raynolds ’84

Thomas F. Redler ’73

William B. Reis ’92

Marcia W. Renda ’97, ’00

John C. & Sharon K. Brown ’77 Reuter

Francis W. Rezabek ’74

Phyllis A. Rhoads ’82

Alton Richardson ’88

Randy & Diane A. ’93 Richter

Robert P. ’61 & Dottie M. Ricker

Cathy E. Robson ’81

Kenneth L. Roderfeld ’77

Harry L. & Marleen W. ’95, ’04 Rodgers, Jr.

Bruce G. Rogers

John G. ’89 & Joan L. Glauber ’88 Ross

Krista K. Schmitz Ross ’86

Donna M. Mueller Roth ’82

Kimberly A. Roth ’79

Samiran ’83 &

Diana R. Wiegand ’79, ’82 Roy

Tricia A. Rueter ’96

Wayne W. Rueter ’73, ’96

Timothy J. Ryan ’83

Brian & Lisa M. Nunez ’88, ’91 Safarian

Steven L. ’77 & Gail L. Salantai

Cmdr. Kenneth H. ’73 & Maria A. Santoro

Scott A. ’84 & Caroline Satterlee

Steven D. Sauerwein ’84, ’86

George E. ’72 & Betty L. Sawyer

Timothy M. Scally ’85

Alan C. Schaake ’85, ’93

JoAnn C. Schaefer ’85

Terry D. Schaefer ’75

Edward E. Schatz ’72

Kevin L. Scherff ’78

Michael G. ’83 &

Cynthia A. Northrop ’82 Schiber

H. Dale Schindewolf ’68

William J. Schindler ’66

Lisa K. Stechmesser Schmidt ’91

Ryan P. Schmidt ’07

Randal D. ’82 & Melissa M. ’83 Schmitt

Frank A. Schneider ’86

Jean M. Schneider ’81

Steven B. Schoeffler ’02

Jon E. ’71 & Barbara K. Schoeny

Michael C. ’74 & Susan J. Schomber

Ron & Marilyn R. ’91 Schoolman

Carlotta M. Steinacker Schroeder ’70

Kent T. Schroeder ’92

John B. ’77, ’87 &

Jill E. Mayberry ’83 Schulte

Gregory L. Schwei ’79

Patrick J. Schweiss ’92

Dennis A. & Marilyn J. ’89 Schwertman

Drs. Madhav N. & Uma A. Segal

Bradley J. ’82 & Robin L. ’94 Sewell

Patrick J. ’92 & Laura M. Heil ’90 Shansey

Brian S. ’91 &

Mary V. Baudendistel ’90 Shaw

John R. ’66 & Barbara J. Sheeley

Kent A. ’02 & Sarah J. Sickmeyer

Jared W. ’06 & Amy L. Keel ’06, ’10 Siebert

Dr. Greg Sierra

Martin R. Siglock ’68

George C. Simmons ’79

Trisha N. Simmons ’00, ’06

William & Carolyn J. ’97 Simmons

Daryl L. & Diana S. Dipazo ’81 Slaughter

Robert L. ’63 & Joyce A. Sliment

Harold E. Slingerland ’68, ’70

John H. ’74 & Gloria J. ’83 Small

James R. & Jean Brancaglione ’70 Smith

Richard C. ’02 & Sherry L. ’02, ’08 Smith

Ronald L. ’82 & Thena B. Smith

Alan M. ’82, ’87 & Eileen L. Sorge

Dustin F. Sotnyk ’09

Karen A. Heil Spaulding ’92

Tonya E. Ingold Stacy ’95

David L. Stadelman ’72

Virginia L. Foster Staggs ’01

Julia L. Grider Stanfill ’87, ’96

Robert S. & Belinda G. ’00 Staub

Robert E. Steiner ’71

David G. ’87 & Teresa J. Roth ’87 Stephan

William M. Stephens ’77

Janice A. Stephenson ’93

David B. & Roxanne M. Heavner ’80 Stevens

Marion L. Saunders Stevens ’87

William R. ’64 & Patricia H. Stevens

Marleen G. Stone ’93

Jennifer M. Sellman Stouffer ’08

Karen A. Stovall ’78

Carl & Cheryl J. ’80 Strackeljahn

Cynthia M. Straub ’90

James S. Strawinski ’76

Diane K. Knoedler Streeter ’90

Dr. Donald E. & Sherri Strickland

John A. Stuckey ’92

Leonard J. ’72, ’75 & Judy Suess

Frederick O. Swift ’81

Richard E. ’82 & K. Renee Tope ’69 Taake

Piyush P. ’93 & Hetal Tangal

Anthony ’73 & Maryland E. Tassone

B. Roy ’68 & Andrea F. ’70, ’78, ’90 Taylor

Steven J. ’82 & Patricia M. Taylor

Beverly J. Terry ’74

Jerome S. ’92 & Ramona Themig

Patty J. Birky Thiede ’83

Karen S. Renken Thiems ’86

Charles E. ’76 & Judy A. Thoele

Melvin H. Thomas ’65

Tim J. ’76 & Cynthia A. Thomas

James H. & Nancy Dain ’68, ’75 Thorsen

Keith H. ’84 & Christine M. Throm

Ronald & Mary C. ’96 Throm

Scott & Heide C. Kalinowski ’98 Tierney

Col. Robert H. Timm ’79

Robert J. Timmer ’79

Elizabeth A. Tittle ’91

Bharath Tolappa ’79

Rebecca M. Tolbert ’97

Horace B. Tomlin ’74

David M. Townley ’73

Christy B. Treacy ’93

Ronald E. ’72, ’76 & Kimberly Tremmel

Sharon K. Cargnoni Trettenero ’88

Karen K. Trone ’78

Rodney H. Troske ’65

Matthew F. &

Katie R. Miller ’07, ’08 Unverfehrt

Melanie S. Van Hook ’85

Robert Brent ’81, ’84 &

Ann E. Melin ’84 Vanconia


MMR Celebrates 25 Years

The SIUE School of Business Master of Marketing

Research (MMR) program celebrated 25 years of

academic achievement and professional advancement

in marketing research with a conference April 15,

2011, that featured several distinguished speakers from

top companies throughout the country. With a near

100-percent placement of its graduates, the SIUE MMR

program is one of the few specialized programs in the

nation that combines practical knowledge with intensive

academic training. An active advisory board for this

nationally acclaimed program is comprised of marketing

research industry leaders from several leading research

agencies and Fortune 500 client organizations.

Robert J. Vangenhen ’72

Melvin C. Vineyard ’79

Ferd A. Vogt ’65

Allen A. ’76 & Linda L. Wagner

Wesley C. ’72 &

Margaret M. Sugent ’70, ’73 Wagner

Michael W. Wallace ’71

Terry L. ’76 & Charlotte J. Walther

Christy M. Wellhausen Watz ’93

Norman A. Webster ’77

David J. Weinkauff ’80 &

Marilyn Lorenz-Weinkauff

Joseph D. ’82 & Emily A. ’81 Weir

Phillippe J. ’93 &

Beth M. Scherrills ’91, ’94, ’98 Welsh

Todd A. ’93 & Carolyn S. Welz

Michelle L. Lakin Whewell ’92

Col. Jimmy L. ’71 & Joelle R. Whitson

Bernard C. ’79 &

Denise E. Allen ’79 Wicklein

Joel S. Wiedermann ’80

Mary Kay I. Wiegmann ’90

Sheryl L. Boehm Wilhite ’85

Thomas D. ’80, ’87 & Sarah J. ’84 Wilkerson

Pamela Williams

Sherry A. Williams ’90

Shawn D. Williamson ’98

Scott A. Winkeler ’07

Chris J. Winter ’73, ’88

David H. Woelfel ’73

Norman K. Wohlschlaeger ’09

Mark R. Wolf ’92

Dennis A. Wood ’78

James R. ’77 &

Luanne T. Troeckler ’79 Wood

David K. Wright ’69

Elizabeth A. Younge ’86

Gaylin J. Zeigler ’77

Dr. Yuping Zeng

Bruce W. Zink ’83

Corporate Partners

Ameren Illinois

Answers Research, LLC

AON Risk Services

AT&T

Burke Inc.

Charles & Margaret Lucier Living Trust

Charles M. Vadalabene Trust

Commerce Bank, NA

Council of American Survey Research Org.

CASRO

Covidien

David & Diane Mayo Trust

Duane A. Hercules Living Trust

Edward B. Yee, CPA

Enterprise Holdings Foundation

Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund

First Clover Leaf Bank

GfK Kynetec

Greater Edw. Area Comm. Found.

Wentz Educational Fund

Greater Edw. Area Comm. Foundation

Schuetzenhofer/Bardelmeier DAF

Greater Saint Louis Community

Foundation Meyers Family

SIUE Support Fund

Hickman, Specha, Steiner & Beckley, LLP

Hillenbrand Inc.

Hortica

James H. Hilgard, M. D.

Jim Bernhardt & Associates Inc.

Kantar Health Inc.

Kellogg’s

Louer Facility Planning Inc.

Maritz Inc.

Market Strategies International

Merz Chiropractic

Metzger Plumbing, Heating & Cooling

Millward Brown Inc.

Polsinelli Shughart PC

Ralcorp Holdings Inc.

Richard P. Yanes Trust

Rotary Club of Edwardsville

RubinBrown

Schiber Rev. Trust

Schulte Supply

Schwab Charitable Fund McCann Family

Donor Advised

SIM-St. Louis

SIUE Credit Union

SyllogisTeks

T. Galati Enterprises

The Beta Group Inc.

The Boeing Company

The Korte Company

TheBANK of Edwardsville

TNEX Inc.

Wells Fargo Community Support

Campaign

William E. Schmidt Charitable Foundation

Wood River Printing & Publishing Company

Matching Gift Companies

ACF Foundation Inc.

Ameren

Anheuser-Busch Foundation

Aon Foundation

AT&T Foundation

Bank of America Matching Gifts

BKD, LLP

Caterpillar Foundation

Cengage Learning

Covidien

Dean Foods Matching Gift Program

Emerson Charitable Trust Matching

Gifts Program

Energizer Matching Gifts Program

EOG Resources Inc.

Express Scripts Foundation

ExxonMobil Foundation

FMC Corporation

GKN Foundation

IBM Corporation

Korte Construction Company

KPMG Foundation

Morgan Stanley

Nicor Gas

Pearson Education

Pfizer Foundation Matching Gifts Program

PNC Foundation Matching Gift Program

Shell Oil Company Foundation

Temple-Inland Foundation

The Bank of New York Mellon

The Boeing Company

The Harley-Davidson Foundation Inc.

The Northrop Grumman Foundation

Tyco

Verizon Foundation

Wells Fargo Foundation Educational

Matching Gift Program

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n For the sixth consecutive year, the

SIUE School of Business is named an

outstanding business school by The

Princeton Review. The publication’s The

Best 294 Business Schools: 2012 Edition

recommends the School as one of the

best institutions in the U.S. to attend to

earn an MBA.

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and reported in U.S.News & World Report Best Colleges of

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