Mary Ann Hazen, associate professor of Management, and Mary Higby, associate professor of Business Administration have published, "Teaching an Issues-based Interdisciplinary Course: Diversity in Management and Marketing," in the Journal of Management Education.
Hazen’s article, “Silences, Perinatal Loss, and Polyphony: A Postmodern Perspective," has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Organizational Change Management.
Hazen, along with Jo Anne Isbey, associate professor of English, also published “Soul Making at Work: Images of the Intrapersonal Organization” in The International Journal of Transpersonal Studies.
Hazen, Gerald Cavanagh, S.J., professor of management, and Larry Bossman, associate professor of management, published the article “Teaching with Mission: Personal Development, Team Building, and Social Responsibility” in the Journal of Business Ethics.
Hazen, together with Constance Savage, assistant professor of management at Ashland University, and John Harris, professor of management at the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay, presented “Models, Methods, and Techniques for Increasing Student Participation in Class” to the North American Management Society and the Midwest Business Administration Association in March 2004.
Michael Whitty, professor of Business Administration and director of UDM's Institute for Building Sustainable Communities (IBSC), discussed the University’s mission and sustainability in Detroit at the May 13 meeting of Detroit Synergy, hosted by the IBSC.
In addition, at the San Francisco Laborfest in July, Whitty spoke on "The Future of Work". He also recently presented a paper on "The Necessity of Men as Peacemakers" to the annual meeting of The Men’s Studies Association.