Babson Faculty Research Fund Programs
Throughout the academic year, the BFRF sponsors programs to support its mission.
The Faculty Research Chats feature faculty members who have completed research projects. The chats offer a venue for faculty to share their research activities, serve as a forum for the exchange of research ideas, and, in general, promote research within the Babson community. Other programs feature speakers addressing research related topics and other topics of interest to the Babson community.
Chats run from noon to 1:15 p.m. in the Needham Room, Olin Hall
Spring 2015 Faculty Research Chats
, Entrepreneurship, "Reflections on the Maker Movement"
, Arts and Humanities, "The Chronology and Attribution of Royal Pyramids at Meroe and Gebel Barkal: BEG N 8, BEG N 12, BAR 5 and BAR 2"
Wednesday March 4, 2015
Matt Allen, Entrepreneurship, "A Model For the Role of Trust in Firm Level Performance: The Case of Family Businesses"
Wiljeana Glover, TOIM, "Complexity Matters: The Effect of Diabetes Patient Navigator Activities and Comorbidity on Health Care utilization and Patient Outcomes"
Tuesday March 31, 2015
Vikki L. Rodgers, Math and Science, "Susceptibility to plant invasion: Linking environmental
factors to plant demography"
Sandra Jean Graham, Arts and Humanities, "Spirituals for the masses: Jubilee singers and Uncle Tom's Cabin onstage"
Wednesday April 15, 2015
Fall 2014 Faculty Research Chats
Anjali Bal, Marketing, "Getting Real About Suicide Prevention in the Classroom and Beyond: Social Marketing Communications for at Risk Individuals"
, Management, "Translating Mentoring Scholarship to Practice: A Developmental Network Map Exercise"
, Mathematics and Science, "Oscillations and spontaneous flow reversal"
Tina Opie, Management, "African- American Women's Hair Dominance Display: The Influence of Afrocentric Hair on African-American and European-American Ratings of Dominance and Professionalism"
Kevin Bruyneel, History and Society, "Project Geronimo: Settler Memory and the Production of American Statism"
Ryan Davies, Finance, Finance, "Financial Intermediaries in the Midst of Market Manipulation: Did They Protect the Fool or Help the Knave?"
, History and Society, "Around the World with Business Ethics: A Sociological Examination of Management Education"
Kenichi Matsuno, Marketing, "Firms' (non-) responses to obvious but not-so-controllable external forces: the cases of aging population"