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Dina Clark

Dina Clark, Ph.D., assistant professor of accounting, presented two research papers at the recent Academy of International Business (Southeast Chapter) Annual Conference. She presented “Management Skills of Russians working adults,” which investigates management skills of respondents from Russia, to see if gender, education, and age can be significant factors in their technical, human, and conceptual competencies. Clark also presented, “Assessing the impact of state support on level of development for small innovative entrepreneurship in the regions of Russia,” which evaluates the state support of small business efficiency in the Russian regions and the identification of the most effective sources of funding for small businesses.

Kai Kuang

Kai Kuang, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication studies, recently recent the Gerald R. Miller Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award at the annual National Communication Association's Annual Convention. The Dissertation Awards program was created in 1970 to recognize new scholars who have recently completed their dissertation. The first awards were given in 1971. The Miller Award is presented to most outstanding dissertations completed in the field. Up to three awards may be given in any year.