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Students, faculty present at business conference
The M.U.M. Review
Maharishi University of Management, Iowa, USA Translate This Article
13 May 2007
Faculty and students in the University's Ph.D. program in management recently made presentations at the annual MBAA International conference in Chicago.
Edi Shivaji presented his research proposal on 'Outsourcing and Stress: The Role of the Transcendental Meditation program.' Wendy Sanchez, who couldn't attend, had a paper presented on her behalf. It was titled 'The Impact of Consumer Behavior on the Greening of the Environment in Taiwan.' Shih-Ming Huang spoke about sustainable building and ecological design as part of a panel on 'Sustainable Living and Development.'
Professor Jimmy Sinton addressed what he described as the biggest challenge of the sustainable living movement: actually transforming organizations and communities from old waste-based principles and behaviors to new environmental and life-sustaining principles and behaviors.
Sabita Sawhney also represented the University in a session on 'Information Value of Secondary Statistics.'
These presentations were organized and chaired by Dr. Rajeev Sawhney, visiting faculty from Western Illinois University, who is spending his sabbatical year at Maharishi University of Management.
Professor Jane Schmidt-Wilk led a workshop on 'Getting Published and Becoming a Reviewer' in her role as editor of the Journal of Management Education. 'It was a great pleasure to attend the conference with these students,' she said. 'They spoke very eloquently, not only about their research, but also about Maharishi's programs for business and Consciousness-Based education.'
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