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1 Recent First-Authored Conference Presentations/Posters/Papers David Askay Askay, D.A. (2014). The Bigger the data the harder the fall? Opportunities, methodologies, and challenges to big data analysis. Askay, D. A. (2013). Privileged voice in the crowd. Askay, D. A. (2012). Silence in the crowd: The spiral of silence contributing to the positive bias of opinions in an online review system. Askay, D. A. (2012). Crowd control: The challenges of recruiting and maintaining a diverse crowd in a collective intelligence platform. Askay, D. A. (2012). Organizing the crowd: Confessions of an Elite Yelper. Askay, D. A. (2012). Emerging challenges of managing voice and silence in online knowledge workers. Greg Berka Berka, G. & Rogelberg, S. (2013). Integrating research into teaching: Synergies helping you, students, and the community. Berka, G., Lopina, E., Justice, L., & Beck, T. (2012). Southern Chair Company: A case study in decision-making and strategy for a small business.

2 Recent First-Authored Conference Presentations/Posters/Papers Chelsea B. Beveridge Beveridge, C.B. (2014). The challenges of membership: A qualitative exploration of the socialization of undergraduate interns. Leann Caudill Caudill, L. E., & Diab, D. L. (2013). Does type of leader matter in risky decision making? An investigation of transformational and servant leadership. Alex Dunn Dunn, A. M., Heggestad, E. D., Shanock, L. R., & Schmidt, P. B. (2014). Who I am affects how I respond: Validating a new metric of survey response quality. Dunn, A. M., Shanock, L.R., Heggestad, E.D. (2014). Re-examining the positive conscientious-job performance relationship: The role of neuroticism and stress. Dunn, A. M., Schmidt, P.B., Shanock, L.R., Heggestad, E.D., Myers, H., Theilgard, N., & Eatman, C. (2014). Boring Surveys: How Interactions between individual differences affect response variability. Dunn, A. M. & Shanock, L.R. (2014). Supporting through structure: Power distance as a moderator between decentralization and perceived organizational support. Dunn, A. M., Shanock, L., Allen, J.A., Baran, B., Scott, C.W., & Rogelberg, S.G. (2013). Less acting more doing: Perceived organizational support’s contribution to effective meetings and their outcomes.

3 Recent First-Authored Conference Presentations/Posters/Papers Kate Frear Frear, K. A., Paustian-Underdahl, S. C., Heggestad, E. D., & Walker, L. S. (2013). Gender differences in career success: Distinguishing moderated versus mediated effects. Tonya Frevert Frevert, T. K., Rubin, B. A., and Brody, C. J. (2014). Temporal pressures, management citizenship, and employee well-being. Jianhua Ge Ge, J. (2014). Culture in politics: A Dual-embeddedness approach to managerial political involvement. Ge, J. (2014). The duality of connections: A political control model of corporate strategy. Ge, J., Zhao, W., and Cao, Y. (2013). Neither west nor east: Hybrid HRM in FIEs in China. Ge, J. and Biteman, J. (2013). Politics in giving: Political embeddedness and practice variation in CSR. Shahar Gur Gur, S., Wolf Johnson, C., & Geissler, J. (2014). Organizing a faculty and staff thank-you recognition program. Gur, S., Wolf Johnson, C., & Geissler, J. (2014). Faculty and staff thank-you recognition aiding in student success and retention.

4 Recent First-Authored Conference Presentations/Posters/Papers Andy Loignon Loignon, A.C., Kellermanns, F.W., Eddleston, K., & Kidwell, R. (2015). Exchange relationships among family firm leaders and family employees: Implications for strategic planning and firm performance. Loignon, A. C., Thomas, J.S., Woehr, D., Gooty, J., & Schmidt, P. (2014). Justifying team-level constructs: A quantitative review of aggregation indices. Loignon, A. C. & Thomas, J.S. (2014). Do you still want to work together? The relative effects of relative and affective information in predicting peer ratings. Loignon, A. C., Schmidt, P., Woehr, D.J., & Loughry, M. (2013). Justifying aggregation in multilevel research: A review and examination of cutoff values for common aggregation indices. Loignon, A. C., Myers, T., Gilbert, S., & Hendrickson, C. (2013). Beyond interrater reliability: Using G-Theory to examine KSAO-Task linkage ratings. Erika Lopina Lopina, E. C., & Rogelberg, S.G. (2013). Recruitment, retention, and motivation of volunteers in the nonprofit sector: A volunteer socialization perspective.

5 Recent First-Authored Conference Presentations/Posters/Papers Haley Myers Myers, H., Shanock, L., Heggestad, E., Long, S., & Ordonez, Z. (2015). Hispanics’ Interactions with supervisors: Implications for interpersonal justice. Myers, H., Heggestad, E., & Ellingson, J. (2014). The workplace IPIP: A contextualized measure of personality. Myers, H., Speights, S., Shanock, L. (2013). Tell me more! The effects of informational justice on Hispanics’ perceived supervisor support. Jesse Olien Olien, J. L. (2014). Faultlines and identity: Examining the diversity-process-performance link. Olien, J. L., Walker, L. S. (2014). When dissimilarities matter: Examining the relationship between social categorization, subgroup composition, and interpersonal helping in teams. Olien, J. L., Frear, K., Rogelberg, S. G. (2014). Does context matter? Transfer of HR practices to non-profit organizations. Olien, J. L., (2013). (Dis)Trust in status heterophilous interorganizational relationships. Olien, J. L., Walker, L. S., & Winter, A. (2013). Primary care-giving and telecommuting as status characteristics. Samantha Paustian-Underdahl Paustian-Underdahl, S. C. & Frear, K. A. (2013). Gender and strategies for work-family management.

6 Recent First-Authored Conference Presentations/Posters/Papers Zoa Ordóñez Ordóñez, Z. (2014). The effects of socioeconomic development and cultural values on work centrality. Ordóñez, Z. (2012). Social vs. emotional connections: Exploring expatriates’ sense of belonging during international assignments. Oscar Stewart Stewart, O. (2014). Corporate Constructions of Social Responsibility Through Ideals of Moral Virtues Justice. Paper Presentation at the annual UNC Charlotte Graduate Research Symposium, Charlotte, NC. Stewart, O. (2014). Employee Constructions of Reality: A Sensemaking Perspective on Corporate Social Responsibility and Moral Virtues Justice Frameworks. Paper Presentation at the annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society, Charlotte, NC. Sabrina Speights Speights, S. L. (2014) Work is not my life: Free time use as resistance to overwork. Speights, S. L., Grubbs, S.J. (2014) Study the impacts of a plant closing on workers and the community: The Pillowtex workers ten years later. Speights, S. L., Grubbs, S.J., & Rubin, B.A. (2014) Precarious work, negative spillover, and perceptions of parenting.

7 Recent First-Authored Conference Presentations/Posters/Papers Jane Thomas Thomas, J. S., Loignon, A., Gooty, J., & Woehr, D. (2014) Examining group-level emergent states: Do aggregation indices really matter? Thomas, J. S., Allen, J. A., Rogelberg, S. G., & Kello, J. (2014). Faking it for the higher-ups: Status and emotional labor in workplace meetings. Thomas, J. S., Gooty, J., & Rogelberg, S. G. (2013). Leader influence, cognitive appraisals, and emotions during organizational change. Thomas, J. S., Allen, J. A., Rogelberg, S. G., & Kello, J. (2013). Organizational power, emotional labor, and emotional contagion in meetings. Ben Uhrich Uhrich, B., Heggestad, E. D., Shanock, L. R., & Barry, L. (2014). The moderating effect of emotional intelligence on the relationship between cognitive ability and performance. Uhrich, B., Williams, E.B., Rogelberg, S.G., & Caudill, L.E. (2014). Understanding the shaping of identity through self-talk: How personal characteristics, behavior, and the environment influence our self-talk. Uhrich, B. (2013). The relationship between flexible schedule policies and job satisfaction via the work-family interface. Uhrich, B. & Scott, C. (2013). The workaholic organization: Cultural factors that enable and sustain workaholism.

8 Recent First-Authored Submitted Manuscripts David Askay Askay, D. A. (under review) Blending in with the Crowd: Organizational Use of Hidden Groups to Enhance the Credibility of Crowd Workers. Management Communication Quarterly. Leann Caudill Caudill, L. E., & Diab, D. L. (under review). Word of mouth and organizational attraction: Focusing on Message characteristics and time. Journal of Applied Psychology. Alex Dunn Dunn, A. M., Scott, C., Allen, J.A., Bonilla, D. (under review). Quantity and quality: Increasing safety norms through after action reviews. Human Relations. Tonya Frevert Frevert, T. K. & Walker, L. S. (under review). Status beliefs, skin color, and facial features. Social Science Research.

9 Recent First-Authored Submitted Manuscripts Shahar Gur Gur, S. & Olien, J. L. (under review). Arguing for a generous identity. Sociology Compass. Andy Loignon Loignon, A. C., Woehr, D. J., Loughry, M. L., & Ohland, M. W. (under review). Elaborating on team member disagreement: An examination of the effects of patterned dispersion on team outcomes. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Amin Makkawy Makkawy, A. & Long, S. D. (under review). Encountering the digital divide: The experience of visually impaired employees in the virtual workplace, an interpretive phenomenology. Journal of Applied Communication Research. Journal of Applied Communication Research. Makkawy, A. & Long, S. D. (under review). In the shadows of communication: technology, disability, and the virtual workplace. In Gilchrist, E. & Long, S.D. (Eds.) (under contract). The Dark Side of Human Communication Context. Peter Lang.

10 Recent First-Authored Submitted Manuscripts Zoa Ordóñez Ordóñez, Z., & Gossett, L. (under review). Expatriates experiences of connection and disconnection: Tactics used to satisfy their need to belong. Journal of International Business Studies. Samantha Paustian-Underdahl Paustian-Underdahl, S. C., Rogelberg, S., King, E., Ordóñez, Z., Rasch, R., and Wichert, I. (under review). When and why do gender differences in perceived supervisor support emerge? A multi-source and cross-cultural examination. Journal of Applied Psychology. Jane Thomas Thomas, J. S., Olien, J. L., Allen, J. A., Rogelberg, S. G., & Kello, J. (under review). Faking it for the higher ups: Status, safety, and surface acting in workplace meetings. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology.

11 Brett Agypt Rogelberg, S. G., Scott, C. W., Agypt, B., Williams, J., Kello, J. E., McCausland, T., & Olien, J. L. (2013). Lateness to meetings: Examination of an unexplored temporal phenomenon. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, (ahead-of-print), 1-19. Joe Allen Backer, A., Allen, J. A., & Bonilla, D. (2012). Identifying and learning from exemplary volunteer resource managers: A look at best practices in managing volunteer resources. International Journal of Volunteer Administration, 24(2), 65-72. Davis, P. S., Allen, J. A., & Dibrell, C. (2012). Fostering strategic awareness at an organization’s boundary. Leadership and Organizational Development Journal, 33(4), 322-341. Scott, C., Allen, J. A., Bonilla, D., & Baran, B. (2013) Ambiguity and freedom of dissent in post incident discussion. Journal of Business Communication, 50(4), 383-402. Shanock, L. R., Allen, J.A., Dunn, A.M., Baran, B.E., Scott, C. W., & Rogelberg, S. G. (2013). Less acting more doing: How surface acting relates to perceived meeting effectiveness and other employee outcomes. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 86(4), 457-476. Recent Publications (Non First-Authored; In Press & Published)

12 Ben Baran Scott, C., Allen, J. A., Bonilla, D., & Baran, B. (2013) Ambiguity and freedom of dissent in post incident discussion. Journal of Business Communication, 50(4), 383-402. Shanock, L. R., Allen, J.A., Dunn, A.M., Baran, B.E., Scott, C. W., & Rogelberg, S. G. (2013). Less acting more doing: How surface acting relates to perceived meeting effectiveness and other employee outcomes. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 86(4), 457-476. Greg Berka Rupp, D.E., Thornton, M.A., Rogelberg, S.G., Olien, J.L., & Berka, G. (2014). The characteristics of quality scholarly submissions: Considerations of author team composition and decision making. Journal of Management, 40(6):,1501-1501. Daniel Bonilla Scott, C., Allen, J. A., Bonilla, D., & Baran, B. (2013) Ambiguity and freedom of dissent in post incident discussion. Journal of Business Communication, 50(4), 383-402. Recent Publications (Non First-Authored; In Press & Published)

13 Alex Dunn Long, S. D., Dunn, A. M., Makkawy, A., Uhrich, B., & Olien, J. (2013). A culture of paradoxes: An interpretative phenomenological approach to virtual work. Electronic Journal of Communication, 23. Shanock, L. R., Allen, J.A., Dunn, A.M., Baran, B.E., Scott, C. W., & Rogelberg, S. G. (2013). Less acting more doing: How surface acting relates to perceived meeting effectiveness and other employee outcomes. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 86(4), 457-476. Tonya Frevert Huffman, A. H., & Frevert, T. K. (2013). Three jobs, two employees, and one family: The experiences of dual-earner couples. In D. A. Major & R. Burke (Eds.), Handbook of work-life integration of professionals: Challenges and opportunities (pp. 142-160). United Kingdom: Edward Elgar. Jianhua Ge Zhao, W., & Ge, J. (2014). Dual institutional structure and housing inequality in transitional urban China. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 37, 23–41. Recent Publications (Non First-Authored; In Press & Published)

14 Erika Lopina Jennings, J. M., Lopina, E. C., & Dagenbach, D. (2014). Improving memory and executive function in older adults with memory impairments through repetition-lag training. In D.S. Lindsay, C. M. Kelley, A. P. Yonelinas, & H. L. Roediger, III (Eds.), Remembering Attributions, Processes, and Control in Human Memory: Papers in Honour of Larry L. Jacoby. New York: Psychology Press. Andy Loignon Woehr, D.J., Loignon, A. C., & Schmidt, P. (in press). Aggregation aggravation: The fallacy of the wrong level revisited. In Lance, C.E., & Vandenberg, R.J. (Eds.), More Statistical and Methodological Myths and Urban Legends. Amin Makkawy Long, S. D., Dunn, A. M., Makkawy, A., Uhrich, B., & Olien, J. (2013). A culture of paradoxes: An interpretative phenomenological approach to virtual work. Electronic Journal of Communication, 23. Recent Publications (Non First-Authored; In Press & Published)

15 Jessie Olien Rupp, D.E., Thornton, M.A., Rogelberg, S.G., Olien, J.L., & Berka, G. (2014). The characteristics of quality scholarly submissions: Considerations of author team composition and decision making. Journal of Management, 40(6):,1501-1501. Long, S. D., Dunn, A. M., Makkawy, A., Uhrich, B., & Olien, J. (2013). A culture of paradoxes: An interpretative phenomenological approach to virtual work. Electronic Journal of Communication, 23. Rogelberg, S. G., Scott, C. W., Agypt, B., Williams, J., Kello, J. E., McCausland, T., & Olien, J. L. (2013). Lateness to meetings: Examination of an unexplored temporal phenomenon. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, (ahead-of-print), 1-19. Rogelberg, S. G., Olien, J. L. (2014). Research design. In N. Nicholson, P. Aidia, & M. Pilluta (Eds.). The Blackwell Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Management: Organizational Behavior (3rd Edition). (pp 346-347) Oxford: Blackwell. Rogelberg, S. G., Olien, J. L. (2014). Research methods. In N. Nicholson, P. Aidia, & M. Pilluta (Eds.). The Blackwell Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Management: Organizational Behavior (3rd Edition). (pp 347-348) Oxford: Blackwell. Recent Publications (Non First-Authored; In Press & Published)

16 Paul Schmidt Woehr, D.J., Loignon, A. C., & Schmidt, P. (in press). Aggregation aggravation: The fallacy of the wrong level revisited. In Lance, C.E., & Vandenberg, R.J. (Eds.), More Statistical and Methodological Myths and Urban Legends. Sabrina Speights Ruggs, E. N., Speights, S. L., & Walker, S. S. (2013). Are you in or out? Employment discrimination in online and offline networks. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives in Science and Practice, 6, 466-471. Jane Thomas Gooty, J., Gavin, M.B., Ashkanasy, N.M., & Thomas, J. S. (2014). The wisdom of letting go and performance: The moderating role of emotional intelligence and discrete emotions. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 87, 392-413. Gooty, J., Serban, A., Thomas, J.S., Gavin. M.B., & Yammarino, F.J. (2012). Use and misuse of levels of analysis in leadership research: An illustrative review of leader-member exchange. Leadership Quarterly, 23, 1108-1103. Recent Publications (Non First-Authored; In Press & Published)

17 Ben Uhrich Aziz, S., & Uhrich, B. (2014). The causes and consequences of workaholism. In Gender in organizations: Are men allies or adversaries to women’s career advancement? United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd. Long, S. D., Dunn, A. M., Makkawy, A., Uhrich, B., & Olien, J. (2013). A culture of paradoxes: An interpretative phenomenological approach to virtual work. Electronic Journal of Communication, 23. Oscar J. Stewart Blanchard, A.L., Stewart, O. & Cann, A. Follman, L. (In Press). Making Sense of Humor at Work. The Psychologist-Manager Journal. Thornton, M., Stewart, O., Rupp, D., & Rogelberg, S. (In Press). Catalyzing Ethical Behavior among Journal Editors in the Organizational Sciences and Beyond. Journal of Information Ethics. Askay, D.A., Blanchard, A., & Stewart, O. (2013). Managing Entitativity through Social Media. In T. Bondarouk and M.R. Olivas- Luján (Eds.), Social Media and Management, in the Advanced Series in Management. Emerald. Recent Publications (Non First-Authored; In Press & Published)

18 Recent Awards and Honors David Askay Donald P. Cushman Memorial Award for top-ranked student-authored paper at NCA, 2012 Top Student Paper for Human Communication and Technology Division of NCA, 2012 UNC Charlotte's "Teaching Assistant of the Year" Award, 2012 Alex Dunn 1 st place in Social Sciences division, UNC Charlotte Graduate Research Fair, 2013 Kate Frear Outstanding Reviewer for Southern Management Association (SMA), 2012 Andy Loignon Outstanding Reviewer for Academy of Management – OB Division (AOM), 2014 Andy Loignon & Jane Thomas 2 nd place in Social Sciences division, UNC Charlotte Graduate Research Fair, 2014 Andy Loignon & Paul Schmidt Best-in-Track HR & Careers/Research Methods Paper (SMA), 2013 Erika Lopina UNC Charlotte’s “Graduate Teaching Assistant Certificate of Achievement for Teaching Excellence,” 2012

19 Greg Berka Berka, G., Lopina, E., Justice, L., & Beck, T. (2014). Southern Chair Company: We won’t take this sitting down. Case Research Journal, 34(2). Berka, G., Olien, J., Rogelberg, S.G., Rupp, D.E, & Thornton, M.A. (2014). An inductive exploration of manuscript quality and publication success in small research teams. Journal of Business and Psychology, 1-7. Recent First-Authored Publications (In Press & Published)

20 Bob Bickmeier Bickmeier, R. M., Lopina, E. C., & Rogelberg, S. G. (in press). Wellbeing and performance in the context of dirty work. In M. van Veldhoven, & R. Peccei (Eds.), Wellbeing and performance at work: The role of context. New York, NY: Psychology Press. Recent First-Authored Publications (In Press & Published)

21 Tonya Frevert Frevert, T. K., Culbertson, S. S., & Huffman, A. H. (2015). Exploring the double-jeopardy effect: The importance of gender and race in work-family research. In M. Mills (Ed.), Gender and the work-family experience: An intersection of two domains (pp. 57-76). Springer. Frevert, T. K., & Walker, L. S. (2014). Physical attractiveness and social status. Sociology Compass 8(3), 313-323. Recent First-Authored Publications (In Press & Published)

22 Andy Loignon Loignon, A. C., Myers, H., & Rogelberg, S.G. (2013). Looking back and glimpsing forward: Publication topics in Industrial- Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior. Global Business Perspectives, 1(3), 181-197. Recent First-Authored Publications (In Press & Published)

23 Jessie Olien Olien, J. L., Dunn, A. M., Lopina, E. C., Rogelberg, S. G. (2014). Outreach to nonprofit volunteer programs: Opportunity for impact, improving graduate education, and an invitation to become a part of the volunteer program assessment. The Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, 51(4), 51-60. Olien, J. L., Rogelberg, S. G., Lehmann-Willenbrock, N., Allen, J. A. (In Press). Exploring meeting science: Key questions and answers. In J. Allen, N. Lehmann-Willenbrock, & S. Rogelberg (Eds). The Cambridge Handbook of Meeting Science (1 st Edition). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Recent First-Authored Publications (In Press & Published)

24 Jane Thomas Thomas, J. S., & Allen, J.A. (In press). Status, safety, and emotion regulation in workplace meetings. In J.A. Allen, N. Lehmann-Willenbrock, & S.G. Rogelberg (Eds.), Cambridge Handbook of Meeting Science. New York; Cambridge University Press. Recent First-Authored Publications (In Press & Published)

25 Joe Allen Allen, J. A., Scott, C., Tracy, S., & Crowe, J. (in press). The Signal Provision of Emotion: Using Emotions to Enhance Reliability via Sensemaking. International Journal of Work, Organisation, and Emotion. Allen, J. A., Beck, T., Scott, C., & Rogelberg, S. G. (2014). Understanding workplace meetings: A qualitative taxonomy of meeting purposes. Management Research Review, 37(9), 791-814. Allen, J. A., Diefendorff, J., & Ma, Y. (2014). Differences in emotional labor across cultures: A comparison of Chinese and U.S. service workers. Journal of Business and Psychology, 29(1), 21-35. Allen, J. A., & Rogelberg, S. G. (2013). Manager-led Group Meetings: A context for promoting employee engagement. Group and Organization Management, 38, 543-569. Allen, J. A., Sands, S., Mueller, S., Frear, K., Mudd, M., & Rogelberg, S. G. (2012). Employees’ feelings about more meetings: An overt analysis and recommendations for improving meetings. Management Research Review, 35(5), 405-418. David Askay Askay, D. A. (2014). Silence in the Crowd: The Spiral of Silence Contributing to the Positive Bias in an Online Review System. New Media and Society. Askay, D. A., Blanchard, A., Stewart, O.J. (2013). Managing Entitativity through Social Media. In T. Bondarouk and M.R. Olivas- Luján (Eds.), Social Media in Human Resources Management (Advanced Series in Management, Volume 12), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.143-165. Recent First-Authored Publications (In Press & Published)

26 Ben Baran Baran, B. E., Rogelberg, S. G., Lopina, E. C., Allen, J. A., Spitzmüller, C., & Bergman, M. E. (2012). Shouldering a silent burden: The toll of dirty tasks. Human Relations, 65, 597-626. Erika Lopina Lopina, E. C., Dunn, A.M., Olien, J., & Rogelberg, S.G. (2014). The Volunteer Program Assessment: Promoting nonprofit organizational effectiveness. e-Volunteerism (14)2. Lopina, E. C., & Rogelberg, S.G. (2013). Recruitment, retention, and motivation of volunteers in the nonprofit sector: A volunteer socialization perspective. In J. Olson-Buchanan, L.K. Bryan, & L.F. Thompson (Eds.), Using I/O psychology for the greater good: Helping those who help others. SIOP Frontiers Book Series. Samantha Paustian-Underdahl Paustian-Underdahl, S.C., Walker, L.S., and Woehr, D.J. (2014). Gender and Perceptions of Leadership Effectiveness: A Meta-analysis of Contextual Moderators. The Journal of Applied Psychology. Recent First-Authored Publications (In Press & Published)

27 Job Attainment David A. Askay Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at California Polytechnic State University Greg Berka Assistant Professor of Management at Queens University Daniel Bonilla Manager of Workforce Analytics at Ingersoll Rand Sharon Doerer Manager of Talent Management at TIAA-CREF Kate A. Frear Assistant Professor of Management at USC Upstate Erika C. Lopina Assistant Professor of Psychology at Elon University Samantha C. Paustian-Underdahl Assistant Professor of Management at Florida International University Iza Szymanska Assistant Professor of Management at Saginaw Valley State University

28 Conference Reviewing Activities Oscar J. Stewart Reviewer for AOM SIM Division (last two years) Reviewer for CMS this year Reviewer for SMA last year


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