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FEA/ABE Program Schedule (preliminary) V15.73 092421
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FINAL EXCEL VERSION - LINKS TO PRESENTATIONS ARE UPDATED IN THE HTML PROGRAM
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Financial Education Association/Academy of Business Education
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22nd Annual Conference (virtual)
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Online 9/23 (AM/PM) through 9/24 (AM/PM)
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Sponsored by CFA Institute and StockTrak Global Portfolio Simulations
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Thurs. 9/23Track 1Track 2Track 3Track 4
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Session 11.1: Case Method1.2: Teaching Innovations & Methods I1.3: Financial Literacy1.4: Panel Session - Case Method and Case Teaching
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9:00-10:30amChair: James Murtagh, Siena CollegeEric Robbins, Penn State UniversityChair: Anne Drougas, Dominican UniversityPanelists -
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Link: https://siena.zoom.us/j/94355987307See HTML page for session link.
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Meeting ID: 943 5598 7307See HTML program file for linkJoin Zoom Meeting: https://dom.zoom.us/j/96621026464Survey on topics and questions for the session is located here.
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Meeting ID: 966 2102 6464
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Paper 1"Penn Energy: Evaluating a Fracking Site (A & B cases)""Mnemonics, M&Ms, and Capital Structure: A Teaching Note""The Financial Value of Postsecondary Education"George W. Kester, Washington & Lee
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Rick Proctor, Siena CollegeAaron Henrichsen, University of Northern ColoradoKristine Beck, California State University, NorthridgeBennie H. Nunnally, UNC-Charlotte
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James Murtagh, Siena CollegeCris de la Torre, University of Northern ColoradoBruce Niendorf, University of Wisconsin OshkoshTim Michael, UH-Clear Lake
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Helen Saar, Dixie State University
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Paper 2"Wagner Air Force Base: The 60K Tunner Capital Budgeting Decision""Scavanger Hunt for Company Information Using Public Data""A Simple Way to Incorporate Financial Literacy into an Introductory Finance Class (and significantly improve your teaching evaluations)"
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Christine McClatchey, University of Northern ColoradoTrang Thai, SUNY BrockportRichard Fendler, Georgia State University
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Paper 3"Menace Machines, Inc.: Financial Plan and Pro Forma Analysis""SaaS Metrics: Including SaaS Metrics in Your Finance Courses.""Using Excel to illustrate the capital budgeting problem for a multinational financial manager when interest rate parity does not hold"
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Dan Salandro, Virginia Commonwealth UniversitySteven R. Kursh, Vanderbilt UniversitySteve Johnson, Sam Houston State University
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Session 22.1: Experiential Learning2.2: Teaching Innovations & Methods II2.3: Pedagogy Research I2.4: CFA Institute
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10:45 12:15Christine McClatchey, University of Northern ColoradoChair:Dr. Xinxin Li , Ithaca CollegeChair: Elena Precourt, Bryant UniversityLink: https://zoom.us/j/99676447603(All times listed as Central Daylight Time) conversion tool link
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See HTML document for Zoom link.Zoom recording link is in HTML version.See HTML program file for link.Introduction to the CFA Designation
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Paper 1"Considerations for the Design of a Simulations-based Portfolio Management Course""Personal Journals in an Introductory Finance Course: Engaging Students with
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"Make Discussions Great Again: We Actually Mean It"The University Affiliation Program
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Robert B. Burney, Coastal Carolina UniversityKaren L. Hamilton, Bridgewater State UniversityEric J. Robbins, CFA, CFP®, Penn State ErieCo-host: Merridith Kauten
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James F. Fairbank, Penn State ErieCo-host: Wanda McClanahan
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"Using a Simulation in a Bank Management Course"
"Human Capital Investment: Building an App for That""Effectiveness of Online Learning based on the HyFlex Educational Model."
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Steve Nenninger, Sam Houston State UniversityMatthew M. Ross, Western Michigan UniversityElena Precourt, Bryant University
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A. Michelle Wright, Wright Research LLC
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Simon N. Peffers, Supranational LLC
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Paper 3"Understanding how financial statements are interconnected using mini-case studies""Financial Literacy Role Play in Managerial Finance: Signing Up for a (Mock) 401k""An Empirical Examination of an Introduction to Information Systems University Class: Video Gaming, Social Media, and Academic Performance"
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Carlos Omar Trejo-Pech, University of Tennessee, KnoxvilleJoann Fredrickson, Bemidji State UniversityHeber C. Brau, Brigham Young University
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Susan White, University of Maryland, College ParkJames C. Brau, Brigham Young University
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Nathan Burton, University of Georgia
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James Gasking, Brigham Young University
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Lunch
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12:30-1:30pmSOCIAL TIME: Free-for-all (by request)See HTML program file for link.
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Session 33.1: Pedagogy Research II3.2: Teaching Innovations in Corporate Finance3.3: Panel Session: Student-Managed Funds3.4: Panel Session - Rethinking the First Finance Course: A New Approach Consistent with Sustainability and Flourishing(All times listed as Central Daylight Time) conversion tool link
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1:45-3:15Chair: Christine McClatchey, University of Northern ColoradoChair: Kelly Nyhoff, Trinity Christian CollegeChair: David Nawrocki, VillanovaChair: Frank M. Werner, Fordham University
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Paper 1"Building and Reconciling a Department or Project Budget – Financial Insights for Business Students"Co-host: John Clinebell, Univ of Northern ColoradoLuís Rodríguez-Reyes, Universidad Jesuita De Guadalajara
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James C. Brau, Brigham Young UniversityKelly Nyhoff, Trinity Christian CollegeCo-host: Rob Langrick, CFA InstituteJames A.F. Stoner, Fordham University
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Stephen R. Owen, Hr., University of North Texas
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Paper 2"The Effect of Learning Modality on Subsequent Courses in the Finance Major: Does Online Learning Impact Student Success?""New NPV Calculation by NPV drivers – volume, pricing, and cost"
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Mark O. Tengesdal, Texas Woman's UniversityCris Hanson, College of the Ozarks
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Margaret A. Young, Texas Woman's University
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Lin Zou, Texas Woman's University
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Paper 3"Does a major-ready course improve students’ performances in the Introductory Finance course?""Reflections on Teaching Finance During the COVID Pandemic: My First and (Hopefully) Last Experience Teaching Online Via Zoom"
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Christina Zhang, California State University, Monterey BayGeorge W. Kester, Washington and Lee University
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Session 44.1: Experiential Learning and SMIFs4.2: Bonds and Rate Topics4.3: Curriculum and Teaching
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3:30-5:00pmChair: Lynda Livingston, University of Puget SoundChair: Mary Anne Majadillas, California State University, Monterey BayChair: Kristin Stowe, Wingate University(All times listed as Central Daylight Time) conversion tool link
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Paper 1"Can student managed investment funds narrow the ESG skills gap?""Sustainable bonds: are they priced differently?""What does a non-profit add to its local economy? Outcomes of a service-learning course"
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Erin Oldford, Memorial University of NewfoundlandMary Anne Majadillas, California State University, Monterey BayKristin Stowe, Wingate University
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Neal Willcott, Queens University
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Tanner Kennie, Memorial University of Newfoundland
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Paper 2"Are Student-Managed Funds Closet Indexers?""Coding Yield-to-Maturity Problems in the Learning Management System"The Potential of eSports in Learning: Is eSports Overhyped?
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Lynda Livingston, University of Puget SoundRandy Beavers, Seattle Pacific UniversityCaroline Crawford, University of Houston-Clear Lake
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Sharon Andrews, University of Houston-Clear Lake
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Paper 3"The relationship between the Big Five personality characteristics and performance on the ETS Major Field Test for Business""US APR vs EU APR, and the Substitute Tax on Loan Effects on These Formulas"Interactivities and Creativities within Graduate Course Design
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Lisa A. Schwartz, Wingate UniversityOmar MonzeglioCaroline M. Crawford, University of Houston-Clear Lake
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Friday 9/24Track 1Track 2Track 3Track 4
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Session 55.1: Case Method II5.2: Teaching Innovations5.3: Career and Student Preparedness5.4: Curriculum Development5.5: Panel: Increasing Student Engagement in Online Business Courses through Perusall
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9:00-10:30amChair: Chee Ng, Ithaca CollegeChair: Mary Funck, Sam Houston State UniversityChair: Tom G. Geurts, Bucknell UniversityChair: Anne Drougas, Dominican UniversitySee HTML file for Teams link.
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See HTML program file for link.Join Zoom Meeting https://dom.zoom.us/j/96000607683Martina K. Schmidt, University of South Florida
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See HTML program file for linkSee HTML program file for linkMeeting ID: 960 0060 7683Nicole F. Stowell, University of South Florida
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Paper 1"Mutually Exclusive Choice between a Hybrid and an All-electric Car: A Capital Budgeting Analysis""Teaching in the Pandemic: Unexpected New Frontiers""Gender Differences in The Role of Anxiety in Student Salary Negotiations and Feelings of Preparedness""A Framework for Incorporating CFA and CFP Preparation Tracks in an Undergraduate Finance Major or MBA Program"Gary Patterson, University of South Florida
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Chee Ng, Ithaca CollegeChathrine Giunta, Seton Hill UniversityThomas Norman, California State University Dominguez HillsJames C. Brau, Brigham Young UniversityTimothy Henkel, University of South Florida
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Gabriela Rodhas, California State University Dominguez HillsTaft Dorman, Brigham Young University - Idaho
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Stephen R. Owen, University of North Texas
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