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1 Old Dominion University College of Business & Public Administration The State of Our College August 31, Dr. Gilbert R. Yochum, Interim Dean

2 Teaching: Output, Productivity and Student Quality
Who We Are: Our Research Identity CBPA and the Metropolitan University Achievements The Coming Year

3 Graduation Trends

4 Student Credit Hour Trends
Total Student Credit Hours Student Credit Hours by Faculty Type

5 Full-time/Part-time Faculty Trends
Number of Faculty Mean SCH Fall/Spring Full-time Part-time

6 Student Quality Incoming Students
2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 MBA (GMAT/GPA) 546/3.2  544/3.2 550/3.24 543/3.2 554/3.3 MA - Econ (GRE/GPA) 1120/3.2 1108/3.1 1090/3.04 1167/3.16 1144/3.2 MS – Acct. (GMAT/GPA) 552/3.1 565/3.49 558/3.07 552/3.43 574/3.3 MPA (GRE/GPA) 949/3.1 979/3.2 950/3.2 960/3.2 966/3.2 PhD – BUSN (GMAT/GPA) 630/3.7 617/3.5 640/3.6 640/3.7 647/3.7 PhD - PA&UP (GRE/GPA) 1073/3.5 1060/3.8 1080/3.62 1097/3.67 1058/3.7 UG Business Intended (SAT/GPA) 1065/3.3 1039/3.2 1030/3.2 1044/3.2 1052/3.2

7 Faculty Research – Journal Articles
ACM Journal of Data and Information Quality Asian Pacific Journal of Management (2) Atlantic Economic Journal Benefits Review Communications of the ACM Corporate Governance: An International Review Economic Record Emerging Markets Review Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice European Journal of Operational Research European Journal of Information Systems European Management Journal Governance for Climate Security, Business Innovation, Social Change and National Security Hong Kong Economic Journal Monthly Human Resource Management Review IEEE Transactions on Education Industrial Management and Data Systems International Business Review International Journal of Emerging Markets International Journal of Human Resource Management International Journal of Production Economics International Journal of Production Research International Journal of Public Administration Issues in Accounting Education Journal of the Academy of Business Education Journal of the Academy of Business and Economics Journal of Advertising Journal of Behavioral Finance Journal of Banking and Finance Journal of Business and Economic Research Journal of Business Ethics Journal of Business Finance and Accounting Journal of Business Research (6) Journal of Business Logistics Journal of Cases on Information Technology Journal of Economics and Finance Journal of Electronic Commerce Research Journal of Extension Journal of Financial Markets Journal of Forensic Economics Journal of Health and Human Services Administration Journal of Housing Research Journal of Insurance Regulation Journal of the International Academy for Case Studies Journal of Macromarketing Journal of Management Inquiry Journal of Marketing Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice Journal of Operations Management Journal of Organizational Change Management Journal of Public Affairs Education Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics Journal of Real Estate Portfolio Management Journal of Real Estate Practice and Education Journal of Risk and Insurance Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development Journal of World Business Leadership and Organizational Management Journal Management International Review Management Journal Management & Organization Review Marketing Education Review MIT Sloan Management Review Multinational Business Review Perspectives in Business Political Economy of the Middle East and North Africa Production and Operations Management Public Administration Quarterly Public Integrity Public Personnel Management Public Voices Real Estate Economics Review of International Political Economy Review of Marketing Research State and Local Government Review Southern Economic Journal The CIP Report, Center for Infrastructure Protection Virginia Social Science Journal World Development Faculty Research – Journal Articles In , research by CBPA faculty was published in over 100 referred journals

8 Grants and Other Funding
Dr. Harris Wu – National Science Foundation – “Social Cloud Computing” ($80,702) Dr. Vinod Agarwal and Dr. Gilbert Yochum - “Marginal Returns to Tourist Advertising” ODURF ($96,048), Barker, Campbell and Farley Dr. Yuping Liu-Tompkins and Dr. Leona Tam, competitive grant from the Marketing Science Institute (MSI) and the Association for Consumer Research (ACR) ($7,550) Dr. Yuping Liu-Tompkins - American Academy of Advertising (AAA) Empower MediaMarketing research grant ($5,000) Ian Taylor Center for Learning Technologies Faculty Innovator Grant; TCC Instructional Technology in Teaching and Learning Grant Dean Chatfield - Norfolk Southern Supply Chain Grant ($7,500) Center for Economic Education – Virginia Council on Economic Education ($60,000) Michael McShane – SEECR grant for “Multidisciplinary Investigation of Emerging and Complex Risks: Developing Integrated Risk Management Expertise” ($22,000) Michael McShane – SRFP grant for “Enterprise Risk Management and Firm Value” ($6000 plus $1000 for data purchase) Michael Seiler - SEECR grant for “Using Ocular Tracking Technology to Examine the Cognitive Dimensions of Residential Real Estate Sales ($17,000) Michael Seiler – ODU Faculty Development grant - “Enhancing Student Learning Through the Programming of Mortgage Instruments in Excel and Through the Original Production of Video Solutions” ($5,000) Grants and Other Funding ($306,250)

9 Other Scholarly Activity
(minimums) 72 conference presentations /proceedings 8 books 12 book chapters

10 Faculty Journal Editors
Five journals hosted at CBPA Corporate Governance: An International Review Enterprise Information Systems European Financial Management Modern China Studies Transportation Research E: Logistics and Transportation Review Editorial boards Academy of Management Journal Asia Pacific Journal of Management Asian Journal of Shipping and Logistics Contemporary Accounting Research European Journal of Industrial Engineering International Finance Review International Forum on Shipping, Ports, and Airport Transactions International Journal of Finance International Journal of Operations Research and Information Systems Journal of Advertising Research Journal of Forensic Accounting Journal of Housing Research Journal of Information Systems Journal of International Business Studies Journal of Logistics and Sustainable Transport Journal of Macromarketing Journal of Marketing Communications Journal of Multi-National Financial Management Journal of Public Management and Social Policy Journal of Race and Policy Journal of Real Estate Literature Journal of Real Estate Research Managerial Finance Public Administration Review Public Works Management and Policy Review The Open Business Journal The Open Management Journal Review of Behavioral Finance State and Local Government Review SSRN History of Finance eJournal Southern Business Review Faculty Journal Editors

11 The Metropolitan University
“It is Old Dominion University’s goal to build strong civic and community partnerships, specifically achieve national recognition as an engaged, metropolitan university; identify and respond to people, environments, and institutions in need; expand continuing education offerings; apply our expertise to community betterment; provide new opportunities for service learning and internships; and become the ‘go to’ place for solutions to Hampton Roads’ problems” Goal 4: Old Dominion University Strategic Plan –

12 Our Role in the Metropolitan University and Business Gateway
Executive Development Center Student Internships Maritime Institute Economic Forecasting Project State of the Region Report Center for Real Estate and Economic Development Old Dominion University Economics Club of Hampton Roads Insurance & Financial Services Center Center for Economic Education Student Service Learning Projects Faculty Consulting

13 Executive Development Center
ADS, INC. American Funds Amerigroup APT ARAI Americas, INC. (2) Atlantic CommTech Corp. BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair (9) Bank of Hampton Roads Bank of the Commonwealth Bayside Presbyterian Preschool Bon Secours Depaul Medical Center Bosh Global Services Bullock & Cooper Law Firm (2) Busch LLC C2 Technologies Cape Financial, INC Capital Group Capstone Corporation CDI Marine Engineering (2) Cisco Systems City of Chesapeake City of Newport News City of Norfolk City of Norfolk - Dept. HR City of Portsmouth Attorney Commonwealth's Attorney's Office Crenshaw, Ware & Martin, PLC Crestline Hotels & Resorts - Sheraton Oceanfront Damuth Trane Services Infralogix International Marketing Association Joint Task Force Command JP Morgan Chase Bank Judy Boone Realty, INC. Kalman & Co. Inc Karen L. Fortier, P.C. Knowledge Information Solutions, INC. (4) KRA, INC. L-3 Unidyne (6) Legal Resources (2) Liebherr Cranes, INC. Lifetouch National School Studios Linxx Global Solutions, INC. LPL Financial/ Williamsburg Financial Group (4) Maersk Line LTD. (2) Marine Hydrulies International (2) McKellar Corporation (2) MembersTrust Credit Union Mid Eastern Builders, INC. Monica Hullinger Morphix Technologies (4) Murphy-Brown LLC Mystic Mermaid Mythics Nansemond Insurance Agency INC NAVFAC Midatlantic NCI Information Systems (3) Neptune Development NicTec, INC. (3) Norfolk Airport Authority Norfolk Community Service Board Norfolk Dept. of Public Health Northampton County Public Schools Northrop Grumman Office of Human Affairs Old Dominion University (5) Osage of Virginia, INC. (2) Paul G Watson IV P.C. PETA Pitney Bowes Portsmouth Renaissance Presidential Airways Produce Source ProLog, INC. Prosoft (2) reQuire, LLC (2) Riverside Health Systems (2) Rutter Mills LLC Sentara Health Care (2) Shareholder Service Representative Southeastern Public Service Authority Spectrum Stafford & Herrick Sumitomo (2) Summit Christian Academy (2) Supreme Court of Virginia T. Parker Host, INC. Technical Systems Integration (3) Technology Management Group, INC.(4) The Dunham Law Group, PC The GBS Group The MITRE Corporation The Pearl Group The Smithfield Times The Ware Insurance Agency United Jewish Federation of Tidewater United Property Associates United States Air Force (4) United States Army (3) US Navy (9) USUI International Corp Verizon Wireless Virginia Asset Management Virginia Beach Public Schools (4) Virginia Department of Health Vox Optima, LLC Wachovia Bank Wittmares York-Poquoson Dept. of Social Services Executive Development Center In , over 100 companies, governments, and non-profits enrolled their employees in EDC programs

14 Miller Oil Co NASA - Langley Research Center National Optometry NAVFAC Atlantic NAVSEA Nelson International, Inc Neptune Promotions New American Mortgage NEXCOM Nexus Direct NMA Federal Credit Union Norfolk Collegiate Norfolk Naval Shipyard Norfolk Senior Center Norfolk Ship Support Activity Norfolk Southern Northrop Grumman Corp. Northrop Grumman Newport News Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding Northwestern Mutual Ocean Key Resorts ODU Admissions ODU Auxiliary Services ODU Constant Hall- Advising ODU- OCCS ODU Police Department ODU Ted Constant Office Max One of a Kind Landscapes and Home PACT Financial Planning Palm Desert, CA 92260 Portfolio Recovery Associates Portsmouth ISC - C2CCEN Prime Plus, Norfolk Senior Center Pro Window Inc. Radio Shack Reactives Management Corp. Rowena's Bakery ScotTrade Sherwin Williams SimIS Sinclair Communications Smithfield Packing Southampton County Schools State Farm Insurance Stewart and Company Studio Center Subway Sullivan, Andrews, & Taylor, PC Swisslog Logistics Target Target Executive Intern TEDI Texas Road House The Van Syckle Group Tidewater Community College Titan America 7 Cities Sports Airlie Conference Center AmeriGroup Crop Anderson & Strudwick, Inc Aramark Artillery Marketing Communications Bank of Hampton Roads Belmont at Providence Apartments Best Buy Blue Steel Lighting Design Bon Secours Depaul Hospital Café Tatti, Inc. Campus Special Capital Group Companies Century 21 Accord Realty Chichos City of Chesapeake City of Norfolk CMA-CGM America Coffee News DeCA Department of Home Land Security Disney College Program DLT Solutions Dominion Enterprises EDMARS & Association EFT Corp. Elizabeth Manor County Club EMC Reliable Movers Emery CPA & Financial Consulting Enterprise Rent-a-Car Enterprises EVMS Office of Marketing and Communications Farmers Virginia Beach Fastenal Federal Reserve Board First Genesis of Virginia First Investors Corp Fitzwilliams Financial Fleet & Family Readiness Frederick P. Ochave, DmD PUC Friedman Associates Gamestop, Inc Garden Gazebo Garden of Hope Girls Scout Council of Colonial Coast Goodman & Company Hampton Roads LIVE magazine TV show Homeland Security Hometown Sports Management Hope House Foundation HRACRE I.C. Norcom High School I-81 Truckstop Site INIT, Innovations in Transportation Lexus of Richmond LIT Holographs Luthin Associates Top Guard Security TowneBank Tradepire LLC Training Modernization Group Unilever/ Lipton Tea United States Fleet Forces Command US Army Corps of Engineers US Army ITEC4 US Coast Guard US Dept of Homeland Security USCG USCG Comm Area Master Station Atlantic USCG Finance Center Verizon Wireless Retail Activation Center Virginia Kids Eat Free Virginia Toy and Novelty Co. Vital Exp Wachovia Bank Wall, Einhorn & Chernitzer Wawa Wilbanks, Smith & Thomas Asset Management Wills and Associates, PC Winfree Business Growth Advisors WPXV-TV Virginia Beach, VA YMCA of South Hampton Roads Zcom Wireless City of Chesapeake, Interagency Consortium City of Chesapeake, Office of Housing City of Newport News, Department of Development City of Norfolk Municipal Internship Program, Dept. of Grants Management City of Virginia Beach, Department of Human Services City of Virginia Beach, Treasurer's Office Department of Materiel Management, Old Dominion University Dept. of Juvenile Justice, 2nd Judicial District Court Service Unit Forbes for Congress Campaign Government Accountability Office (GAO) Habitat for Humanity of South Hampton Roads, Inc. (Habitat SHR) Military Sealift Fleet Support Command Naval Facilities Engineering Command Atlantic Norfolk State University, Center for Materials Research Prevent Blindness Mid-Atlantic Virginia International Terminals, Inc. Student Internships In , over 150 companies and agencies hosted paid and unpaid internships

15 International Maritime, Ports and Logistics Management Institute
Tour of Western European Ports Maritime Institute Advisory Council ODU Maritime Institute Speaker Series at Nauticus Cameron Prell, attorney and legal advisor to the Williams Mullen/Keelen Group Amy Larson, President of the National Waterways Conference Paul Page, Editorial Director of The Journal of Commerce Dr. Jian Min Shou, Professor of Shipping and Port Industry Engineering Economics at Shanghai Maritime University Jeff Florin, Deputy Executive Director, Operations (COO), Virginia Port Authority; Warren Hammer, Business Development Manager, Virginia Economic Development Partnership Chris Luebbers, Group Manager, International Marketing, Norfolk Southern Corporation Randy Mullet, Vice President Government Relations and Public Affairs, Con-way Inc. Dr. Tsz Leung Yip, Assistant Professor of Logistics and Maritime Studies at Hong Kong Polytechnic University VMASC Forum on Marine/Maritime Education and Research Virginia Maritime Association Propeller Club – Port of Norfolk Propeller Club Port of Old Dominion University/student internships International Association of Maritime Economics Host Visiting Professors of Maritime and Supply Chain Management MSCM Students in Annual Research Symposium Guest speakers in Maritime and Transportation Classes Dr. Ryan Burnette, Alliance Biosciences Eric Custar, Parsons Brinkerhoff James C. Davis, Virginia International Terminals Roger J. Giesinger, Hampton Roads Shipping Association Joanne Jenkins, APM Terminals Stephen E. Kirkland, Cruise Operations, Half Moone Cruise and Celebration Center Ed McCarthy, Terminal Director, APM Terminals Virginia Capt. Ed Merkle, Port of Virginia Barrett Miller, Target Import Warehouse Amanda Nelson, Budget and Planning Coordinator, Norfolk Southern Corporation Bill Pitard, Parsons Brinkerhoff Joseph Ruddy, Chief Operating Officer, Virginia International Terminals Michael Vanderhoof, Target Import Warehouse International Maritime, Ports and Logistics Management Institute

16 Economic Forecasting Project
REIN, Inc World Affairs Council Virginia Society of CPAs Virginia Government Financial Officers Association Governor’s Advisory Board of Economists CUSO Development Corp. Board Sumitomo Corp. Towne Bank Cox Communications Inside Business Chartway Inc. Board Trader Publications Hampton Roads Chamber of Commerce Committee on Virginia’s Future Virginian Pilot Board of Editors William E. Wood 1st Advantage Federal Credit Union Board Hampton Roads Mortgage Bankers Association Virginia Mortgage Lenders Association State Convention Greenbrier B2B Conference Hampton Roads Civic Leadership Institute Cox, Virginian Pilot Conference on Economic Stimulus Virginia Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau Hampton Roads Utility and Heavy Equipment Contractors Economics Club of Hampton Roads Hampton Roads Financial Executives Forum Hampton Roads Federal Facilities Alliance City Managers Association RE/MAX Real Estate Institute Certified Casualty Underwriters Association Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce Kiwanis Club Norfolk Hotel Motel Association Hampton Roads Chapter of the Appraisal Institute Tidewater Builders Association Williamsburg Lodging Association Economic Impact Consortium National Association of Purchasing Managers Monarch Bank Norfolk City Council and Congressman Bobby Scott Economic Forecasting Project More than 150 media interviews and 40 presentations/programs

17 State of the Region Report
. Over 800 attendees at the 2009 SOR presentation. Approximately 60 speeches and 70 media interviews on numerous economic issues The 2009 SOR – 10th Annual Edition The Regional Economy Contracts The Hotel Industry The “Silver Tsunami” Gasoline Prices, Carbon Emissions, and Other Unpleasant Subjects Climate Change, Global Warming, and Ocean Levels Traffic Congestion: Identifying and Measuring Our Bottlenecks The Chrysler Museum in 2009

18 E.V. Williams Center for Real Estate and Economic Development
Established Industry Professional Advisors to the Center (IPAC); comprised 29 industry executives who have made a three-year commitment to CREED  Hampton Roads Real Estate Market Review and Forecast, March 2010 - more than 700 attendees; more than 20 industry- related exhibitors and sponsors  Annual meeting, June nationally-recognized real estate scholar and former Assistant Secretary for Housing and Urban Development, Dr. Susan Wachter Sponsored student programs hosting industry leaders on campus Jeff Ainslie, Ainslie Group Deborah Stearns, Harvey Lindsay Commercial Real Estate; Robert T. Williams, Tri-City Developers. Partnered with real estate companies and local governments to support the development of internship and employment opportunities for real estate students: City of Hampton, Virginia,  Real Estate Assessor's Office City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, Department of Public Works Frye Properties, Norfolk NAVFAC, Mid-Atlantic Office, Norfolk Office of Real Estate, Ft. Monroe Base Closure, Hampton, Virginia Thalhimer/Cushman & Wakefield, Norfolk Participated and exhibited at the MEGAVENTION, a commercial real estate exhibition sponsored by the Hampton Roads Association of Commercial Real Estate - August 2010 Dr. John Lombard presented at the Chairs and Center Directors Meeting at the University of Denver Burns School, June 2010 – exploring strategic issues in real estate E.V. Williams Center for Real Estate and Economic Development

19 Old Dominion University Economics Club of Hampton Roads
Michael M. Dudley, President and CEO of Optima Health Plan and a Senior Vice President of Sentara Healthcare. Topic: Health Care Reform Freeman A. Hrabowski, III, President, University of Maryland, Baltimore and consultant to the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health. Topic: How Can We Best Prepare Our Future Workforce for a Global Economy? Vice Admiral Robert J. Papp, Jr., Commander, Coast Guard Atlantic Area (LANTAREA). Dennis Gartman, author of The Gartman Letter, an investment advisory newsletter ODU Forecasting Team of Professors Yochum, Agarwal, and Najand, Economic Forecasting Luncheon Elizabeth “Betsy” Duke, Governor of the Federal Reserve Board, Third Annual Economic Impact Award Jake Glover, Director, Health and Wellness Initiatives America’s Health Insurance Plans (AHIP). Paul Staneski PhD, Head of Derivatives Solutions & Training, Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC

20 Insurance & Financial Services Center
Insurance and Risk Management Opportunities Reception – attended by about 80 students and 70 professionals Annual Founder’s Day Luncheon - attended by over industry professionals and 25 students. Learn about the ODU Insurance and Financial Services Center, acknowledgement of professional accomplishments, and announcements of student scholarship recipients. Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) workshop - attended by about 44 risk management professionals from the Hamptons Road area and beyond, along with about 20 faculty, staff, and students. 

21 Center for Economic Education
Economics for Middle School Civics It's Off to Work We Go for Grades K-1 Good Work Sister! Using WW2 Posters to Home Front Economics Changes in the SOLS for Government and Civics Virtual Economics Economics in the MS and HS Classroom Recession Economics Awards and Contests for Teachers and their Students - JumpStart Round Table Session Picture This! Bulletin Board Economics Webinar: Tour the Stock Market Game Team Portfolio Webinar: Tour the Stock Market Game Teacher Support Center Webinar: Intro to the Stock Market Game Program Using Virtual Economics to Teach Personal Finance Economics in the Civics Standards of Learning CE.5, CE.6, CE.7 Decision Making in Civics and Economics Focus on Economics for Grades K-3 Teaching the Changes in the Virginia Studies Curriculum Playing the Stock Market Game Mini Economy ECON 595 Economics in the Elementary Classroom Help Your Students Finance Their Futures Financial Fitness for Life Decision Making & Cost-Benefit Analysis: New Essential Skills Focus: Economics in the K-3 Classroom Understanding Economics in US History Decision Making for Grades K-12 Economics and Ancient Civilizations Economics in the K-12 Virginia Curriculum Back to School with the Federal Reserve Center for Economic Education 30 different programs, nearly 50 presentations

22 Student Service Learning
Members of CPBA’s two doctoral student associations are partnering with the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) of Hampton Roads to assist the City of Franklin, Virginia and its business owners to address concerns resulting from the closure of the International Paper Plant. MPA students and faculty team up for Habitat for Humanity Marketing and communications students, under the direction of Michelle Carpenter (instructor of Marketing), are developing a communications and marketing strategy as part of the ODU/Hampton University’s Solar Decathlon team. The ODU/HU team was selected by the Department of Energy to participate in Solar Decathlon 2011 Three teams of MBA students planned and implemented projects to benefit a non-profit organization of their choosing, based on the needs of the organization and the expertise of the students in the group. Projects included a campus-wide clothing drive, food drive at Hampton Coliseum, and a donation breakfast. Business Doctoral Student Association conference in celebration of 20th anniversary of Business Administration PhD program Student organizations sponsored Human Relations Workshop Beta Alpha Psi students and advisor Randall Spurrier participated in BAP Community Service Day BAP members donated 127 hours to Relay for Life, 85 hours to Girl Scouts (cookie audit) MPAA raised funds for La Maison Fortune Orphanage PAUP student member of the Governor’s Advisory Board for National and Community Service PAUP student Director of Research and Policy for the Blue Star Families organization Student Service Learning

23 College Achievements Master of Public Administration program successful reaccreditation – NASPAA (National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration) MBA Program named Top 15 program in Global Management by Entrepreneurship Magazine and Princeton Review New General Education course in Information Literacy New General Education course in Personal Financial Literacy New minor in Public Service Began implementation of restrictions in Leo Online to enforce policy restricting enrollment in upper-level undergraduate business courses.

24 2009-2010 Faculty Honors Dr. Mike Stein
PCAOB Inaugural Academic Fellow Dr. John Ford Eminent Scholar Dr. Yuping Liu-Tompkins Society for New Communications Research Fellow

25 2009-2010 Faculty Honors Dr. John Morris Doctoral Mentoring Award
Dr. Wayne Talley Provost’s Award for Leadership In International Education Dr. Douglas Ziegenfuss BAP Business Information Professional of the Year

26 Looking forward to 2010/2011 Executives-in-Residence Gerald Baliles
First-Annual Public Service Week November 1-5 Lena Hogue Kent Little Marcus Meier Alain Cappeluti 2011 Economic Impact Award Economics Club 24th Annual Conference of the Public Administration Network (PATNet) hosted by CBPA May 19-22, 2011 3rd Annual Hampton-Roads Controllers/ Management Accountants Conference October 11-12 Dennis Bushnell Mike Feinberg Kevin Cullinane Rayola Dougher Tom Revels Stephen Brobeck

27 2010/2011 Agenda Adjunct Faculty Advising Metro U/Business Gateway
MBA (Broaden: Inside-Outside) Balance Research Review Teaching Loads Gemba Phd Program

28 Current Organization Chart

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