THIBODAUX, La. — A Nicholls State University professor will be awarded for their research later this month at the 2017 Southern Management Association conference St. Pete Beach, Florida.
Dr. Chris Castille, assistant professor of marketing and management, will receive the Best Overall Conference Paper Award at the conference, for a paper he co-authored titled, “You Gotta Keep Em’ Separated: The Efficacy of Proximal Remedies for Method Variance.”
The paper, which discusses method bias in research, was co-authored by Castille; Dr. Wayne Crawford, assistant professor of management at the University of Texas at Arlington; and Dr. Marcia Simmering Dickerson, professor of management at Louisiana Tech University.
The Southern Management Association includes more than 1,100 management professors, students and executives representing more than 350 colleges, universities and business firms in 48 states and several foreign countries.
Their annual conference will be held from Oct. 24-28.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct. 19, 2017
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