Molloy faculty present research at Conference

The Northeast Business & Economic Association (NBEA), held its 42 annual conference on November 5-7, 2015, in New York City. Founded in 1973, The Northeast Business & Economic Association (NBEA) promotes multidisciplinary research pertaining to business and economics; and, encourages the exchange of research, both applied and theoretical, among all interested parties.

The National Business Education Association (NBEA) is a leading professional organization devoted to serving individuals and groups engaged in research and dissemination of information for and about business.  This year Molloy business students and Molloy faculty attended and presented their research at the conference. Among the presenters were two student groups presenting the results of their MBA capstone experiences

Shown from Left to right:  Susan Bliss (SWK), Diane Vitale (BUS), Melissa McCardle (SWK), Maureen Mackenzie (BUS), Melissa Gebbia (Psy), Meryl Rosenblatt (BUS.)

Faculty from Molloy College who presented their research at the conference are shown [Robert Gordon is missing]. Shown from Left to right:  Susan Bliss (SWK), Diane Vitale (BUS), Melissa McCardle (SWK), Maureen Mackenzie (BUS), Melissa Gebbia (PSY), Meryl Rosenblatt (BUS.)

Shown from left to right)  Taylor English, Maureen Mackenzie, Cherie Ferby-Guy, and Kisha Chandler.

This group of presenters presented their paper titled, "Social Entrepreneurship: Marketing A Community Development Financial Institution toward Financial Inclusion."

Shown from left to right)  Taylor English, Maureen Mackenzie, Cherie Ferby-Guy, and Kisha Chandler.

Authors/presenters from left to right:  Jillian Dutra, JoBeth Dutra, Maureen Mackenzie, Joanna Sadowska, Brianna Falese, Phil Marron.

This group of Molloy authors, presented their research titled, "Social Entrepreneurship: Marketing Hunger Awareness."

Authors/presenters from left to right:  Jillian Dutra, JoBeth Dutra, Maureen Mackenzie, Joanna Sadowska, Brianna Falese, Phil Marron.

The next Molloy Business faculty member who presented her research is Diane Vitale.  Her presentation was titled, "Can Branding Change the World? :  How the Internet ate the World."

The next Molloy Business faculty member who presented her research is Diane Vitale.  Her presentation was titled, "Can Branding Change the World?: How the Internet ate the World."

The next Molloy Faculty who presented her research at NBEA is Meryl Rosenblatt.  Her paper is titled, "Network Structure as Sources of Knowledge, Innovation and Competitive Advantage."

The next Molloy Faculty who presented her research at NBEA is Meryl Rosenblatt.  Her paper is titled, "Network Structure as Sources of Knowledge, Innovation and Competitive Advantage."

The last group of Molloy presenters are from left to right:  Susan Bliss, Melissa McCardle, Maureen Mackenzie, Melissa Gebbia.  The team's presentation was titled, "Social Responsibility in Higher Education."

The last group of Molloy presenters are from left to right: Susan Bliss, Melissa McCardle, Maureen Mackenzie, Melissa Gebbia.  The team's presentation was titled, "Social Responsibility in Higher Education."

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