COBL faculty present at annual Southwest Business Symposium
04/03/2007

Ten Fort Hays State University faculty from the College of Business and Leadership recently presented papers at the 24th annual Southwest Business Symposium at the University of Central Oklahoma.

Dr. Charles Gnizak, associate professor of accounting and information systems, presented, "Ethical Standards in Tax Research -- An Amplification of Circular 230's Best Practice Guidance."

Dr. Wally Guyot, professor of accounting and information systems, and Scott Jones, instructor of accounting and information systems, presented "Comparison of High School Computing Usage in Kansas and Missouri."

Michael Martin, instructor of marketing and management, presented "Professional and Career Development in the Marketing Curriculum: Web Portfolios and Soft Skills."

Philip Martin, instructor of accounting and information systems, presented "Issues in Online Instruction."

Dr. Micol Maughan, associate professor and chair of marketing and management, presented "A Comparison of Leadership Perceptions."

Dr. Robert Meier, professor of accounting and information systems, Guyot and Philip Martin presented "Are CommUniversities on the Horizon?"

Dr. Jerrold Stark, professor of marketing and management, and Joan Rumpel, assistant professor of accounting and information systems, presented "Teens and Their Cell Phones."

Dr. Arthur Young, assistant professor of accounting and information systems, presented "Gambling and Taxes: How Taxes can Greatly Affect the Odds."


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