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Brown Bag Conversations

Brown bag conversations at Sellinger School of Business and Management are informal academic gatherings where our faculty come together to present and discuss their ongoing publications (academic, pedagogical, cases), teaching innovations and ideas over lunch. These conversations provide a platform for our faculty to present their ideas and discuss potential applications of their work and gain valuable insights into their research and teaching from a diverse range of perspectives, in a supportive and collegial environment.

Presentations are often interdisciplinary and allow for the cross-pollination of ideas and the formation of collaborations that may not have otherwise been possible. We thank all of our faculty presenters and participants for their contributions to the brown bag conversations!

Upcoming Presentations

Spring 2024

April 17, 2024 - Dr. Tuugi Chuluun, Topic: “Behavioral Finance and Language: A Program of Research.”

Past Presentations

Fall 2023

September 13, 2023 - Dr. Ravi Srinivasan, Topic: “Impact of supply base characteristics on a focal firm’s resistance to and recovery from large-scale disruptions: An investigation of S&P 500 manufacturing firms”

October 11, 2023 - Dr. John Burger and Dr. Jeremy Schwartz, Topic: “Inequity in Equities: What explains the black-white gap in equity market participation?”

November 8, 2023 - Faculty conversations on Sustainability: meet-up to discuss and delve deeper into the realm of sustainability, SDG goals, process, ESG and social impact related research. Whether you have groundbreaking findings, works in progress, nascent ideas, or tentative plans, we want to hear from you and each other. Even if you're just curious or are in the initial stages of your research journey, your participation and insights will be invaluable. This gathering is not only about sharing but also about inspiring and forging potential research collaborations. 

December 13, 2023 - Dr. Jake London, Topic: “Tweeting the Alarm: An Investigation of Social Media as a Tool for Serial Transmission and Behavior Change During Crises.”

Spring 2023

February 1, 2023 - Dr. John Michel, Topic: “Social Connections at Work: A Program of Research”

March 1, 2023 - Dr. Jake London, Topic: “Know Your Facts: An Values-based Investigation of Supporters and Refuters of COVID-19 Vaccine Myths on Twitter” 

April 3, 2023 - Dr. Stacy Chavez Topic: “The 'buzz' around my social and environmental research”

May 1, 2023 - Dr. Rebecca Trump, Topic: “My research in experimental consumer psychology: Four recent projects”

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