Daniel Mandell, professor of history, served as commenter in the inaugural meeting of the Missouri Regional Seminar on Early American History, Sept. 24 at the Missouri History Museum in St. Louis. where he (and they) discussed a chapter from Prof. Lorri Glover’s forthcoming Johns Hopkins University Press book, The Fate of the Revolution: Virginians Debate the Constitution.

Datha Damron-Martinez, associate professor of business administration, and Katherine Jackson, associate professor of business administration, received the top prize in the AxcessCapon Teaching Innovation Competition for their paper and video entitled, “Connecting Consumer Behavior with Marketing Research through Garbology.” The competition was held in conjunction with the national meeting of the Marketing Management Association held in San Antonio, Texas. Professors Martinez and Jackson shared a $1,000 prize.
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