Faculty and Staff News — 06 October 2014
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DMES staffer Linda Lundstedt made the cover of Space Coast Runner.

College of Aeronautics

Deborah Carstens, professor of aeronautical science, was an author on two published articles: Carstens, D.S., Rodriguez, W. & Wood, M.B. (2014). Task and Error Analysis Balancing Benefits over Business of Electronic Medical Records, International Journal of Electronic Healthcare, 7(4), 331-348; and Doss, S.K. & Carstens, D.S. (2014). Big Five Personality Traits and Brand Evangelism, International Journal of Marketing Studies, 6(3), 13-22.

Athletics

Jennifer Torres, Athletics Department office manager and promotions coordinator, has written a trilogy of books called “The Briny Deep Mysteries.” Aimed at kids 9-14 years old, the books use a mix of science fiction and the paranormal to tell the tale of five friends growing up in what had been a quiet town. Torres will be at Barnes & Noble in Melbourne at 11 a.m. Oct. 18 for a book signing.

Nathan Bisk College of Business

Joan Wiggenhorn, associate profess of finance, was an author with Seema Pissarus and Kim Gleason of, “Is CEO pay disparity and duality compatible with thinking green? Evidence from corporate social responsibility indicators”, Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives, Volume 40, #2, 42-50, Fall/Winter 2013.

Wiggenhorn was also an Academic Information Technology 2014mini grantwinner for: “Electronic Applications for Performing Corporate Financial Analysis” along with Ami Dutta.

College of Engineering

Linda Lundstedt, administrative secretary in the Department of Marine and Environmental Science, made the cover of the September issue of Space Coast Runners newsletter. She was photographed during the Running On Island Time 5K on Merritt Island in August.

College of Science

Scott Tilley, director of computing education in the Department of Education and Interdisciplinary Studies in the College of Science, has written a new book. “Hard Problems in Software Testing: Solutions Using Testing as a Service (TaaS),\” co-authored with Brianna Floss of Lockheed Martin, summarize the current hard problems in software testing as voiced by leading practitioners in the field.

 

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