MBA students to present research
Friday, April 24
4 p.m. Christine Bell and Vanessa Fiske, "Influence of Gender Stereotypes of previous leaders on perceptions of new leaders as evidenced by task performance under the new leader"
4:30 p.m. Jay Dennis, "Economic Overview of Horry County"
5 p.m., Krystal Davis, "Opportunities in E-Government for Small South Carolina Counties"
5:30 p.m., Chris St. John, "Creation of a State Social Security and Retirement Supplemental Plan (SSRSP)"
6 p.m., Barry Spivey, "Gap Analysis, Fulfillment, and Service Quality in the Waccamaw Area Agency on Aging"
6:30 p.m., Kim Warne and Alexis Oswald, "In-Migrant Satisfaction on the Carolina Coast"
7 p.m., Brandon T. Charpied, "Life outcomes on first generation Habitat for Humanity homeowners"
Saturday, April 25
8:30 a.m., Nick Hucks and Von Todd-, "Agriculture Risk Management Awareness in the Northern Coastal Plains of South Carolina"
9 a.m., Courtni Day, "Employee Satisfaction with Performance Evaluations"
9:30 a.m., Matt Turbeville and Adam Rabon, "Rural America's Economic Struggles: A Microeconomic focus on Marion County, SC"
10 a.m., Chrystal Johnson, "Implicit Theories of Organizations Across Generations"
10:30 a.m., Brendon Clonts and Katie Heher, "Financial Risk and Economic Perception"
11 a.m., Mike Wallace and Keith Wehrung, "Firm Valuation in Mergers and Acquisitions of Financial Institutions"