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<p>Dr. Myers was the PI of three international education grants connecting students in the US, Canada, and Mexico.&nbsp; He was active in study abroad, leading numerous programs to the Netherlands and Belgium; France; Mexico; Canada; Germany; and Spain.</p>
<p>Dr. Myers authored articles in <em>Demography, The Journal of Risk and Insurance, the Journal of Gerontology: Social Science, the Journal of Management Practice and Policy, </em>and <em>the Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies</em>; a scholarly book published by the Upjohn Foundation, and several publications in conference proceedings.</p>
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<p>In June 2016, Dr. Potter completed the Management Development Program at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.&nbsp; Dr. Potter is a recipient of the 2003-2004 Gordon Ford College of Business Teaching Award and was also awarded the inaugural 2015-2016 University Faculty Mentoring Award. Dr. Potter has served as the Chair of the Management Department since January 2015.</p>
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<p>She is an active member of the Professional Education And Knowledge (PEAK) initiative, National Academic Advising Association (NACADA), Campus Advising Network (CAN) and a past board member of Kentucky Academic Advising Association (KACADA).&nbsp; She also participates in recruitment and retention events for the college.</p>
<p>Personally, she is married to Estell and has one daughter, Vanessa, who lives and works in Nashville, TN.&nbsp; Judy enjoys crafting, is an avid quilter and has a small embroidery business.&nbsp; She enjoys traveling, cooking, and spending time with her family which includes her cat, Ferb.</p>
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<p>Dr. Todd&rsquo;s research in international marketing has been published in the <em>Journal of Business Research</em>,<em> European Management Journal</em>,<em> International Journal of Emerging Markets</em>,<em> Journal of Services Marketing</em>, and the<em> International Marketing Review.</em> In 2015, her research interests evolved to focus on marketing strategy in online environments and creating relationships within virtual communities. More specifically her research interests have expanded to included strategic marketing with an emphasis on e-marketing, virtual communities, toxicity and gender issues in live broadcast channels, online consumer engagement and virtual brand identity.&nbsp; A manuscript based on initial evaluations has been accepted for publication in the peer reviewed <em>Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing</em>.&nbsp; Another has been accepted at the Society of Marketing Advances conference in November, 2017.</p>
<p>She has also presented interactive papers and posters at the prestigious Academy of Management and Academy of International Business conferences. More recently she presented at Twitchcon 2016 in San Diego. More than 40,000 were in physical attendance and more than 2.2 million tuned in online.&nbsp; She will be participating in a follow-up panel on Branding at Twitchcon 2017.</p>
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<p>Prior to her academic career, she was employed as the global business manager, responsible for international profit and loss in a business unit for a major international petroleum chemical corporation. She has over twenty years of experience in the chemical industry with significant experience building and leading international technical, marketing and project management teams.&nbsp; She successfully combined her marketing and technical expertise with an excellent knowledge of strategic marketing techniques to gain a competitive advantage and grow market share in countries around the world.&nbsp; She has 5 international patents in applied chemistry. The experience in business gives her a broad perspective of the challenges of building customer relationships on a global scale as well as internal marketing, which she carries over into the classroom.</p>
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Global Studies Committee


Ray Blankenship

Ray Blankenship
- Department Chair - Information Systems

Dr. Bob Hatfield

Dr. Bob Hatfield
- MBA Program Director, Professor - Management

Harold Little

Harold Little
- Department Chair and Associate Professor - Accounting

Daniel Myers

Daniel Myers
- Associate Professor - Economics; Transitional Retiree

Paula Potter

Paula Potter
- Department Chair and Professor - Management

Judy Scott

Judy Scott
- Academic Advisor - Undergraduate Student Services

Samanta Thapa

Samanta Thapa
- Transitional Retiree - Finance

Patricia Todd

Patricia Todd
- Department Chair and Associate Professor - Marketing

Michelle Trawick

Michelle Trawick
- Associate Dean for Faculty and Administration; Professor - Economics

Dennis Wilson

Dennis Wilson
- Professor - Economics

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