Facultivities: Free reinforcers, entrepreneurs and industrial relations in Jim Crow-era West Virginia
WVU Tech’s faculty members are dedicated to the advancement of the fields they teach. Outside of the classroom they’re researchers, writers, presenters, go-to experts and road warriors who share their passion for learning with the world.
Here’s what our faculty members have been up to:
Yan Liu, DBA (Management) had a paper, "Examining how the personality, self-efficacy, and anticipatory cognition of potential entrepreneurs shape their entrepreneurial intentions" accepted for publication in Personality and Individual Differences.
Dr. Greg Lieving (Psychology) co-published “Additional free reinforcers increase persistence of problem behavior in a clinical context: A partial replication of laboratory findings” in the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior.
Dr. Doug Terry (English) published “Reading the Storer Record: Negotiating Race and Industrial Education at Storer College During the Age of Jim Crow” in the fall 2017 issue of West Virginia History: A Journal of Regional Studies.
Dr. Richard Squire (Chemistry) has a chapter in the forthcoming book, “Many-body approaches at different scales: A tribute to NH Marsh on the occasion of his 90th birthday.” He also submitted the chapter as an article to Archives.
Dr. Adrienne Williams (Biology) and Dr. Andrea Kent (Political Science) attended the Symposium for Entrepreneurship Educators at Babson College in Massachusetts as part of their training for the Innovation, Design and Entrepreneurship Academy (IDEA) Faculty Fellows program.