In this issue, we celebrate the accomplishments of faculty and staff in accounting, art, economics, and psychology.
Visiting Assistant Professor / Gallery Director Todd Jones recently completed a two-week artist residency at The Hambidge Center. He researched and began a new body of artwork about residual memory and interior spaces. He was also recently interviewed by Canvas Rebel about his creative practice.
Psychology student Rachel Walker, presented “How interest in true crime affects levels of perceived risk in female college students” at the Carolinas Psychology Conference at Campbell University in April 2022. Assistant Professor of Psychology Candalyn Rade was Walker’s faculty mentor on this project.
Assistant Professor of Accounting Brian Routh had an article, “Revenue Management at the U.S. Commercial Banks During the Pandemic,” accepted for publication in Management Accounting Quarterly. This study reviewed if bank portfolios changed during the pandemic, if banks discussed routine adjustments to loan product mix in loan footnotes, and if banks discussed the effects of COVID-19 on product mix as an indication of revenue management by the banks. Routh and his co-author found banks showed a revenue management focus even through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Professor of Economics Anne York was interviewed for a WRAL Techwire article about rising housing and rental prices in the Raleigh area. The story was published on May 19.