CIHF Faculty Fellows Scholarship

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Publications

2019 Publications

  • Böckerman, Petri, John Cawley, Jutta Viinikainen, Terho Lehtimäki, Suvi Rovio, Ilkka Seppälä, Jaakko Pehkonen, and Olli Raitakari. 2019. “The Effect of Weight on Labor Market Outcomes: an Application of Genetic Instrumental Variables.” Health Economics, 28(1): 65-77.
  • Bruyère. S. (2019, January 20). Hiring staff with disabilities makes great business sense. Here’s why. [Web log post]. Retrieved from https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2019/01/hiring-staff-with-disabilities-makes-great-business-sense-heres-why
  • Bruyère, S. & Martinez-Tur, M. (2019, January 4). International practice forum special series industrial-organizational psychology helps heal the world (Part 5): Employment,disability and the role of work psychology. In L. Zugec and W. Reichman (Series Eds.) [Web log post]. Retrieved fromhttp://my.siop.org/Publications/TIP/562/ArtMID/18540/ArticleID/697/International-Practice-Forum-Special-Series-Industrial-Organizational-Psychology-Helps-Heal-the-World-Part-5-Employment-Disability-and-the-Role-of-Work-Psychology
  • Bruyère, S., von Schrader, S. & Vanlooy, S. (2019). Chapter 16: Employment Strategies for Older Adults. Gatchel, Robert, Schultz , Izabela and Ray, Christopher (Eds.). Handbook of Rehabilitation of Older Adults.New York, NY: Springer Publishing.
  • Cawley, John, Anne Marie Thow, Katherine Wen, and David Frisvold. 2019. “The Economics of Taxes on Sugar-Sweetened Beverages: A Review of the Effects on Prices, Sales, Cross-Border Shopping, and Consumption.” Annual Review of Nutrition, 39: 317-338.
  • Gharaveis, A., Hamilton, K., Shepley, M. & Pati, D. (2019). Design suggestions for greater teamwork, communication, and security in hospital emergency departments. Indoor and Built Environment.
  • Hollingsworth, Alex, Aparna Soni, Aaron E. Carroll, John Cawley, and Kosali Simon. 2019. “Gains in health insurance coverage explain variation in Democratic vote share in the 2008-2016 presidential elections.” PLoS ONE 14(4): e0214206.
  • Jatoi, I, & Sah, S. (2019). Clinical Practice Guidelines and the Overuse of Healthcare Services: Need for Reform. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 191(11), 297-298.
  • Kong, L. (June, 2019) Usage and Impact of Information and Communication Technologies in Healthcare Delivery (Co-authored with Hessam Sadatsafavi and Rohit Verma). Accepted to Publish by Service Science
  • Laquatra, J. and Tripathii, E. (2019). Animated feature about the Child Breathing Zone; https://www.dropbox.com/s/788ggg8n16r8j1n/Joseph%20Lacquatra%2003-1.mp4?dl=0 produced by Science Animated.
  • Laquatra, J. (2019) Indoor air quality, in A. Mujeebu (ed.) Indoor Environmental Quality. IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.81192. Available from: https://www.intechopen.com/books/indoor-environmental-quality/indoor-air-quality
  • Lee, J., Shepley, M., & Chiang, J. (2019). Exploring the effects of a building retrofit to improve energy performance and sustainability: A case study of Korean public buildings. Journal of Building Engineering, 25, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jobe.2019.100822
  • Lee, J. & Shepley, M. (2019). The Green Standard for Energy and environmental Design (G-SEED) for Multi-Family Housing Rating System in Korea: A Review of Evaluating Practices and Suggestions for Improvement. Journal of Green Building, 14(2).
  • Rakow, Donald A. and Gregory T. Eells. Nature Rx: Improving College-Student Mental Health. (Ithaca, NY and London: Cornell University Press). 2019.
  • Rose, S., Sah, S.,Dweik, R., Schmidt, C., Mercer, M., Mitchum, K., Karafa K., & Robertson, C. (2019). A randomized field experiment of patient responses to physician disclosures of industry conflicts of interest. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
  • Sachs, N., Shepley, M., Peditto, K. et al. (2019). Evaluation of a Veterans Administration Mental and Behavioral Health Patient Room Mock-Up. Health Environments Research and Design.
  • Sah, S.,Loewenstein, G., & Cain, D. (2019). Insinuation anxiety: Concern that advice rejection will signal distrust after conflict of interest disclosures. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 45(7), 1099-1112.
  • Saleh, M., Golden, T. P., & Bruyere, S. M. (2019). Social policy and disability. In Dana Dunn (Ed.), Disability: Social Psychological Perspectives. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Sogari G., Menozzi D. & Mora, C. (2019). The Food Neophobia Scale and Young Adults’ Intention to Eat Insect Products. International Journal of Consumer Studies. 43(1):68–76. https://doi.org/10.1111/ijcs.12485

2018 Publications

  • Bruyère, S. (2018, November). Disability and HR strategy.[SHRM HR people + strategy’s white paper series]. Retrieved from https://www.hrps.org/resources/Documents/WP_neurodiversity_18_final.pdf
  • Cawley, John, Aparna Soni, and Kosali Simon. 2018. “Third Year of Evidence Shows Continuing Benefits of Medicaid Expansions.” Journal of General Internal Medicine, 33(9): 1495-1497.
  • Choi, Anna, and John Cawley. 2018. “Health Disparities across Education: The Role of Differential Reporting Error.” Health Economics, 27(3): e1-e29.
  • Cook, L. (2018). Accommodating Persons with Physical Disability in the Lab. In Accessibility in the Laboratory. Ellen Sweet, Wendy Strobel Gower, and Carl E. Heltzel (Ed.), Washington, DC: Oxford Press.
  • Cook, L. (2018). Workplace Bullying and Harassment of Individuals with Disabilities (December 2018). In Tamar Heller, Sarah Parker Harris, Carol Gill, and Robert Gould, Tamar Heller, Sarah Parker Harris, Carol Gill, and Robert Gould (Ed.), Disability in American Life: An Encyclopedia of Concepts, Policies, and Controversies. Santa Barbara CA USA: ABC-CLIO.
  • Grossman, Daniel, John Cawley, and Damien de Walque. 2018. “The Effect of Stress on Later-Life Health: Evidence from the Vietnam War Draft.” Southern Economic Journal symposium in honor of Michael Grossman. 85(1): 142-165.
  • Lee, J. & Shepley, M. (2018). Analysis of Human Factors in a Building Environmental Assessment System in Korea: Resident Perception and the G-SEED for MF Scores. Building and Environment, 142, 388-397. doi.org/10.1016/j.buildenv.2018.06.044
  • Sagah Zadeh, R., Shepley, M., Sadatsafavi, H., Owora, A. H., & Krieger, A. C. (2018). Alert Workplace From Healthcare Workers’ Perspective: Behavioral and Environmental Strategies to Improve Vigilance and Alertness in Healthcare Settings. HERD: Health Environments Research & Design Journal, 1937586717729349.
  • Sagha Zadeh, R., Shepley, M. M., Owora, A. H., Dannenbaum, M. C., Waggener, L. T., & Chung, S. S. E. (2018). The Importance of Specific Workplace Environment Characteristics for Maximum Health and Performance.Journal of occupational and environmental medicine,60(5), e245-e252.
  • Sah, S. (2018). Conflicts of interest and disclosure. Submitted to The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry.
  • Sah, S.,Malaviya, P., & Thompson, D. (2018). Conflict of interest disclosure as an expertise cue: Differential effects of automatic and deliberative processing. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 147, 127-146. (Also part of the Best Paper Proceedings at the Academy of Management, 2018).
  • Sogari, G., Velez-Argumedo, C., Gómez M.I., and Mora, C. (2018). College Students and Eating Habits: A Study Using an Ecological Model for Healthy Behavior, Nutrients, 10, 1823; doi:10.3390/nu10121823
  • Thow, Anne Marie, Shauna Downs, Christopher Mayes, Helen Trevena, Temo Waqanivalu, and John Cawley. 2018. “Fiscal policy to improve diets and prevent NCDs: from recommendations to action.” Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 96(3): 201-210.
  • von Schrader, S., Cook, L. (2018). Disclosure and Self-Identification. In Tamar Heller, Sarah Parker Harris, Carol Gill, and Robert Gould (Ed.), Disability in American Life: An Encyclopedia of Concepts, Policies, and Controversies. Santa Barbara, CA, USA: ABC-CLIO.
  • Wang, Z. & Shepley, M. (2018). Can aging-in-place be promoted by the built environment near home for physical activity -A case study of non-Hispanic White elderly in Texas. Journal of Housing and the Built Environment. 33, 749-766. DOI: 10.1007/s10901-017-9584-z.

2019 Presentations

  • Bruyère, S. (March 2019), Speaker, “Facilitating Retention and Career Development for Autistic Youth,” NYS Consortium for Advancement of Supported Employment, Webinar, Online
  • Bruyère, S. (January 2019), Speaker, “Disability Inclusion: Making It Work,” 2019 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting, Davos, Switzerland
  • Bruyère, S. (January 2019), Speaker, “Partnerships to Improve Employment Outcomes for Autistic Students,” 20thInternational Conference on Autism, Intellectual Disability & Developmental Disabilities (DADD) Annual Conference, Maui, HI
  • Cawley, J. (June 2019) Moderator, “The Compensation and Productivity of Health Economists: Results of the 2018 Survey of ASHEcom Membership,” 8thAnnual Conference of the American Society of Health Economists, Washington DC
  • Cook, L. (May 2019) Featured Speaker, “Work-Life Balance and Disability: Expanding Workplace Inclusion,” College and University Work Family Association, Vancouver, BC
  • Hedge, A. (June 2019) Plenary Speaker, “Adverse Musculoskeletal Effects of Electronic Health Records Software Use on Health Professionals” at the 7th World Congress on Nursing & Healthcare (WCNH 2019), London, UK
  • Hollis, B. (June 2019) Moderator, “Vision 2025: University and Senior Housing and Care Symposium,” Center for Health Administration and Aging Services Excellence, Chicago IL
  • Hollis, B. (April 2019) Moderator,“Health and Hospitality Innovation and Entrepreneurship: International Applications,” Entrepreneurship at Cornell Celebration, Ithaca, NY
  • Hollis, B. (May 2019) Co-Host, “Service Imperative in Health, Hospitality, and Design,” Thought Leadership Forum, Ithaca, NY
  • Laquatra, J. (March 2019) Speaker, “Child breathing zone; Lead in household products, Pesticide residues in homes,” Cornell Cooperative Extension of Albany County, Albany, NY
  • Laquatra, J. (April 2019) Speaker, “Housing Sustainability,” Annual Conference of the American Association of Geographers, Washington, DC
  • Laquatra, J. (June 2019) Speaker, “Managing Indoor Air Quality in the Child Breathing Zone. Building Family and Community Resiliency,” Inservice for Cornell Cooperative Extension Educators, Ithaca, NY
  • Kong, L. (May 2019) Speaker, “Standardization or Customization? Operations Strategy for Nursing Home Chains,” POMS Annual Conference, Washington DC
  • Rakow, D. (July 2019) Speaker, “Nature Rx –The Benefits are Real,” Duke Farms, Summit, NJ
  • Rakow, D. (March 2019) Speaker, “The Role of Public Gardens in their Communities,”Tower Hill Botanical Garden, Worcester, MA
  • Rakow, D. (March 2019) Speaker, “History and Current Trendsin Urban Parks and Public Gardens,” Institute of Museum and Library Services webinar
  • Sah, S. (March 2019) Plenary Speaker, Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Forum on Conflicts of Interest, Philadelphia, PA
  • Shepley, M. (June 2019) Speaker, “Design for Mental and Behavioral Health,” European Healthcare Design, London, UK
  • Shepley, M. (May 2019) Speaker, “Design for Mental and Behavioral Health,” American College of Preventive Medicine
  • Shepley, M. (May 2019) Speaker, “Parks and Violent Crime,” Environmental Design Research Association, Brooklyn, NY
  • Sogari, G.; Li, J.; Lefebvre, M.; Huang, S.; Mora, C.; Gómez, M.I. (June 2019) Speaker, “Towards a better diet: college dining interventions with the Blend beef-mushroom burger,” IFT19: Feed Your Future, New Orleans, LA

2018 Presentations

  • Bruyère, S. (October 2018) Keynote Speaker, “Workplace Disability Inclusion: Implications for Employer Policy and Practice,” Viscardi Center, Long Island, NY
  • Bruyère, S. (September 2018) Keynote Speaker, “The Forgotten Global Minority: Psychology’s Role In Disability Inclusion,” Japan Psychological Association, Sendai, Japan
  • Bruyère, S. (September 2018) Speaker, “Workplace Disability Inclusion: Implications for Enterprise Policy and Practice,” Beijing Normal University Business School, Beijing, China
  • Bruyère, S. (August 2018) Speaker, “New Directions in Disability Research: Work Contexts, Inclusivity, and Wellbeing Interactions,” Academy of Management Conference, Chicago, IL
  • Bruyère, S. (August 2018) Speaker, “EmployerPolicies and Practices that Facilitate Workplace Disability Inclusion and Disclosure,” NIMH Conference on Mental Health, Washington DC
  • Cawley, J. (December 2018) Panelist Speaker, “Marijuana and Public Health,” Marijuana: Justice, Equity, Reinvestment Conference, Start Smart New York, Albany, NY
  • Cawley, J. (October 2018) Speaker, “The Impact of Information Disclosure on Consumer Behavior: Evidence from a Randomized Field Experiment of Calorie Labels on Restaurant Menus,” Romesh K. Diwan Memorial Lecture in Economics at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
  • Cook, L., Strobel, W. (July 2018) Speaker, Annual n4a Conference, “Enhancing Your Capacity to Serve Older Adults with Disabilities,” National Association of Area Agencies on Aging, Chicago, IL
  • Cook, L. (June 2018) Speaker, “Bullying Disability in the Workplace,” 2018 Work and Family Researchers Network Conference, WFRN, Washington, DC.
  • Hollis, B. (June 2018) Speaker, “Teaching Facility Planning Tools To Healthcare Management Students: Techniques And Lessons Learned,” AUPHA Annual Meeting
  • Kong, L. (November 2018) Speaker, “Solving Big Problems in Healthcare Operations: Understanding Consumers’ Perspectives,” Decision Sciences Institute Annual Conference, Chicago, IL
  • Shepley, M. (December 2018) Speaker (bookinar), President’s Council of Cornell Women, Ithaca, NY
  • Rakow, D. (November 2018) Speaker, “Nature Rx –The Benefits are Real,” Ecological Landscape Association, Winterthur, Wilmington, DE
  • Shepley, M. (November 2018) Speaker, “Design of Mental & Behavioral Health Facilities,” AIA Architecture for Justice
  • Shepley, M. (June 2018) Speaker, “Design for Mental and Behavioral Health,” AIA Annual Conference, New York, NY

July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017

Publications in Press

  • Benson, L., Ram, N., Almeida, D., Zautra, A., & Ong, A. D. (in press). Fusing biodiversity metrics into investigations of daily life and healthy aging: Recommendations and illustrations with emodiversity. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences. [Special section, “Methodological Innovations in Gerontology: Advances in Psychological Research”].
  • Neo, J. R., Sagha Zadeh, R., Vielemeyer, O. & Franklin, E. (In press). The Influence of Spatial Configuration on the Frequency of Usage of Hand Sanitizing Stations in Healthcare Environments. American Journal of Infection Control
  • Ong, A. D., Benson, L. Zautra, A., & Ram, N. (in press). Emodiversity and biomarkers of inflammation. Emotion.
  • Ong, A. D., Kim, S., Young, S., & Steptoe, A. (in press). Positive affect and sleep: A systematic review. Sleep Medicine Reviews.
  • Ong, A. D., Zautra, A., & Finan, P. H. (in press). Inter- and intra-individual variation in emotional complexity: Methodological considerations and theoretical implications. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences. [Special section, “Mixed Emotions: Theory, Method, and Applications”].
  • Sagha Zadeh, R., Eshelman, P., Setla, J., Krieger, A., Hon, E. & Kennedy, L. (In press). A review of literature on physical environmental qualities to enhance palliative care during end-of-life. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management.

2017 Publications

  • Danko, S. & Shepley, M. (2017) Design as caring: Serving special populations. Journal of Interior Design. 42(2).
  • Kanakri, S. M., Shepley, M., Varni, J. W., & Tassinary, L. G. (2017). Noise and autism spectrum disorder in children: An exploratory survey. Research in Developmental Disabilities.63, 85-94.
  • Ong, A. D., & Ram, N. (2017). Fragile and enduring positive affect: Implications for adaptive aging. Gerontology, 26, 263-269.
  • Ong, A. D., Williams, D. R., Ujuonu, N., & Gruenewald, T. (2017). Everyday unfair treatment and multisystem biological dysregulation in African-American adults. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 23, 27-35. [Special section, “Culture and Biology Interplay”].
  • Rogers, S. E. (2017). Strategic management practices help hospitals get the most from volunteers. Cornell Hospitality Report, 17(5): 3-9.
  • Sagha Zadeh, R., Eshelman, P., Setla, J., Sadatsafavi, (2017). Strategies to improve quality of life at the end of life: interdisciplinary team perspectives. American journal of Hospice and Palliative Medicine.
  • Shepley, M. & Pasha, S. (2017). Design for Mental and Behavioral Health Facilities. London/New York: Routledge/Architectural Press.
  • Shepley, M. & Danko, S. (2017). Design as healing: The next generation of research-informed practice. Journal of Interior Design. 42(1), 5-7.
  • Shepley, M., Watson, A., Pitts, F.,Garrity, A, Spelman, E., Fronsman, A. & Kelkar, J. (2017). Mental and behavioral health settings: Importance and effectiveness of environmental qualities and features as perceived by staff. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 50, 37-50.
  • Ziewitz, M. (2017). Experience in action: Moderating care in web-based patient feedback. Social Science & Medicine, 175, 99–108.

2016 Publications

  • Cerruti, M. & Shepley, M. (2016). The Effects of Spatial Enclosure on Social Interaction Between Cognitively Impaired Elders and Young Children. Health Environments Research & Design, 9(3), 63-81. DOI:10.1177.1937586715615348
  • Gharaveis, A. Shepley, M. & Gaines, K. (2016). The role of daylighting in skilled nursing short-term rehabilitation facilities. Health Environments Research & Design Journal, 9(2), 105-118.
  • Kanakri, S., Shepley, M., Tassinary, L. & Varni, J. (2016). An observational study of classroom acoustics and repetitive behaviors in children with autism. Environment & Behavior, 0013916516669389.
  • Laquatra J (2016). Healthy indoor environments. JSM Health Education and Primary Health Care 1(1): 1-3.
  • Laquatra, J.  & Carswell, A.T. (2016). Re-assessing the economic and analytical tools that measure and optimize households’ energy efficiency improvements, Housing and Society, 42(3): 166-178.
  • Nejati, A., Rodiek, S., & Shepley, M. (2016). Using visual simulation to evaluate restorative qualities of access to nature in hospital staff break areas. Landscape and Urban Planning, 148, 132-138.
  • Nejati, A., Shepley, M., Rodiek, S. (2016). A Review of Design and Policy Interventions to Promote Nurses’ Restorative Breaks in Healthcare Workplaces. Journal of Workplace Health and Safety, 64(2), 70-77.
  • Ong, A. D., Uchino, B., & Wethington, E. (2016). Loneliness and health in older adults: A review and synthesis. Gerontology, 62, 443-449.
  • Reid, M. C., Ong, A. D., & Henderson, C. R., Jr. (2016). Why we need nonpharmacologic approaches to manage chronic low back pain in older adults. JAMA Internal Medicine, 176, 338-339.
  • Sadatsafavi, H., Niknejad, B., Sagha Zadeh, R. & Sadatsafavi, M. (2016). Do cost savings from reductions in nosocomial infections justify additional costs of single-bed rooms in intensive care units? A simulation case study. Journal of Critical Care, 31(1), 194-200, doi: 10.1016/j.jcrc.2015.10.010
  • Sadatsafavi, H. & Shepley, M. (2016). Performance evaluation of 32 LEED hospitals on Operation Costs. Precedia Engineering, 145, 1234-1241.
  • Sadek, A. & Shepley, M. (2016). Space syntax analysis: Tools for augmenting the precision of healthcare facility spatial analysis. Health Environments Research & Design. 1937586715624225 0.508
  • Sagha Zadeh, R., Xuan, X., & Shepley, M. (2016). Sustainable healthcare design: Current state, existing challenges and future directions for an environmental, economic and social approach to sustainability. Facilities, 34(5/6), 264-288.
  • Selçuk, E., Günaydın, G., Ong, A. D., & Almeida, D. M. (2016). Does perceived partner responsiveness predict hedonic and eudaimonic well-being? A 10-year longitudinal study. Journal of Marriage and Family, 78, 311-325.
  • Shepley, M., Watson, A., Pitts, F., Garrity, A, Spelman, E. Kelkar, J., & Fronsman, A. (2016). Mental and behavioral health environments critical considerations for facility design. General Hospital Psychiatry, 42, 15-21.
  • Shepley, M., Song, Y., & Marshall-Baker, A. (2016). Creating an environmentally sustainable neonatal intensive care unit. Newborn and Infant Nursing Reviews, 16(4), 213-217. 10.1053/j.nainr.2016.09.027
  • Sturgeon, J. A., Arewasikporn, A., Okun, M. A., Davis, M. C., Ong, A. D., & Zautra, A. J. (2016). The psychosocial context of financial stress: Implications for inflammation and psychological health. Psychosomatic Medicine, 78, 134-143.

Presentations

2017 Presentations

  • Rogers, S.E. (2017, February) Delivered keynote address “Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: Volunteering’s Lasting Impact on Healthcare” at the Texas Association of Directors of Volunteer Services Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.
  • Rogers, S.E. (2017, February) Presenter, “Value Proposition and Business Model Design for Hospital Volunteer Services Departments” at the Texas Association of Directors of Volunteer Services Annual Conference, San Antonio, TX.
  • Rogers, S.E. (2017, May) Presenter, “Doing Good by Doing Well: Creating a Winning Value Proposition for Your Volunteer Services Department” at the Pennsylvania Association of Healthcare Volunteer Resource Professionals Educational Conference, Indiana, PA.
  • Rogers, S.E. (2017, May) Presenter, “The Future of Volunteer Management: A Strategic, Value-Based Approach” at the New England Association of Directors of Healthcare Volunteer Services Spring Conference, Freeport, ME.
  • Rogers, S.E. (2017, May) Presenter, “Volunteer Management Strategy Matters: How Strategic is Your Volunteer Services Department?” at the New England Association of Directors of Healthcare Volunteer Services Spring Conference, Freeport, ME.
  • Rogers, S.E. (2017, May) Presenter, “Volunteer Management Strategy Matters: How Strategic is Your Volunteer Services Department?” at the Pennsylvania Association of Healthcare Volunteer Resource Professionals Educational Conference, Indiana, PA.
  • Rogers, S.E. (2017, June) Presenter, “Doing Good by Doing Well: Creating a Winning Value Proposition for Your Volunteer Services Department” at the New York State Association of Volunteer Service Administrators Summer Conference, Albany, NY.
  • Rogers, S.E. (2017, June) Presenter, “Strategy Matters: How Strategic is Your Volunteer Services Department?” at the New York State Association of Volunteer Service Administrators Summer Conference, Albany, NY.
  • Shepley, M. (2017, March) Moderator, “Healthcare Design”. Cornell Silicon Valley, San Francisco, CA.
  • Shepley, M. (2017, May) Speaker for “Wellness Design” for Cornell Alumni event, New York, NY.
  • Shepley, M. (2017, June) Speaker for “Mental Health Design” for Cornell Alumni event, Boston, MA.
  • Shepley, M. (2017, November) Evidence-based Design Coach, Healthcare Design, Houston, TX.
  • Ziewitz, M. (2017, December) “Feedback Stories” workshop on Improving NHS quality using internet ratings and experiences (INQUIRE) at the University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.

2016 Presentations

  • Cawley, J. (2016, December). The impact of restaurant menu calorie labels on food choice: Results of a randomized field experiment. 6th Annual Behavioral Economics & Health Symposium. Symposium conducted at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Cawley, J. (2016, December). The impact of restaurant menu calorie labels on food choices: Results of randomized field experiment. Presentation at the Department of Economics, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Cawley, J. (2016, November). The impact of restaurant menu calorie labels on food choices: Results of randomized field experiment. Presentation at the Department of Economics, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN.
  • Cawley, J. (2016, October). The impact of restaurant menu calorie labels on food choices: Results of randomized field experiment. Presentation at Notestein Seminar, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.
  • Cawley, J. (2016, June). The impact of restaurant menu calorie labels on food choices: Results of randomized field experiment. 6th Biennial Conference of the American Society of Health Economists, “New Frontiers in Health Policy and Health Care.” Conference conducted at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA.
  • Laquatra, J. (2016, October, 6) guest lecturer, “Essentials of Healthy Homes.” DEA 2700 Healthy Places: Design, Planning and Public Health.
  • Odom-Reed, P. R. (2016). How Can We Engage Students to Solve Business Problems Across Industries? Models of Excellence in Business Presentations Program Theme: “Creating Innovative Hospitality, Health, and Design Solutions.” Presentation for the Practice and Pedagogy: Kathy Druckman Berggren Symposium in Management and Professional Communication, Cornell University Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, September 2016, Ithaca, NY.
  • Odom-Reed, P. R. (2016). Outsiders Looking In: Teaching Students to Communicate Across Industries. Models of Excellence in Business Presentations Program Theme: “Creating Innovative Hospitality, Health, and Design Solutions.” Accepted presentation for the 81st Annual International Conference of the Association for Business Communication, October 2016, Albuquerque, NM.
  • Rogers, S.E. (2016, October) Delivered keynote address “Visionary Leadership in Volunteer Administration: A Strategic, Results-Oriented Approach” 48th Annual Association of Hospital Volunteer Resource Professionals Conference & Exposition, Atlanta, GA.
  • Rogers, S.E. (2016, October) Presenter, “From Vision to Action: How You Can Put Strategic Volunteer Management into Practice” 48th Annual Association for Healthcare Volunteer Professionals Conference & Exposition, Atlanta, GA.
  • Sagha Zadeh, R. (2016, November) Presenter. “Making the Case: Communicating Design Value through Outcomes and ROI” Center of Health Design Conference, Houston, TX.
  • Sagha Zadeh, R. (2016, December) Co- Presenter “Understanding Hand Hygiene in Healthcare Environments – A Management Perspective.” International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Health Care, New Orleans, LA.
  • Shepley, M. (2016, November) Panel member, “Mental and Behavioral Health Facilities,” Healthcare Design, Houston, TX.

Awards

Awards Won

  • Laquatra, J. (2016, December) Campus Collaborator Award, Cornell Cooperative Extension, Steuben County.