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    • CURRICULUM VITAE MELISSA M. APPLEYARD January 26, 2009 EDUCATION Ph.D. 1997 Economics, University of California at Berkeley B.A. 1988 Economics/International Area Studies, University of California at Los Angeles summa cum laude and with College Honors EMPLOYMENT 2003-Present Associate Professor, Ames Professor in the Management of Innovation and Technology, School of Business Administration, Portland State University. 1992-Present Research Fellow, Sloan Competitive Semiconductor Manufacturing (CSM) Program, University of California at Berkeley. 1997-2003 Assistant Professor, The Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia. Winter 2002 Visiting Assistant Professor, The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. 1995-1997 Consultant, Jonathan International, Walnut Creek, CA. Summer 1992 Research Assistant, Center for Research on Management, University of California at Berkeley. 1989-1990 Research Assistant, Federal Reserve, Board of Governors, Washington, D.C. DISSERTATION “Knowledge Creation and Diffusion in the Semiconductor Industry,” 1997, Director: Professor Clair Brown. REFERRED PUBLICATIONS Perr, Jon, Melissa M. Appleyard, and Patrick Sullivan (forthcoming). “Open for Business: Emerging Business Models in Open Source Software.” International Journal of Technology Management. Appleyard, Melissa M., Clara Y. Wang, J. Alexander Liddle, and John Carruthers (2008). “The Innovator’s Non-Dilemma: The Case of Next-Generation Lithography.” Managerial and Decision Economics, 29(5): 407-423.
    • Chesbrough, Henry W. and Melissa M. Appleyard (2007). “Open Innovation and Strategy.” California Management Review, 50(1): 57-76. Appleyard, Melissa M., Clair Brown, and Linda Sattler (2006). “An International Investigation of Problem-Solving Performance in the Semiconductor Industry.” The Journal of Product Innovation Management, 23(2): 147-167. Appleyard, Melissa M. (2003). “The Influence of Knowledge Accumulation on Buyer- Supplier Co-development Projects.” The Journal of Product Innovation Management, 20(5): 356-373. Appleyard, Melissa M., and Clair Brown (2001). “Employment Practices and Semiconductor Manufacturing Performance.” Industrial Relations, Vol. 40, No. 3: 436-471. Appleyard, Melissa M., and Gretchen A. Kalsow (1999). “Knowledge Diffusion in the Semiconductor Industry,” Journal of Knowledge Management special issue on Knowledge Networks, 3(4): 288-295. Ham, Rose Marie, Greg Linden, Melissa M. Appleyard (1998). “The Evolving Role of Semiconductor Consortia in the U.S. and Japan,” California Management Review, 41(1): 137-163. Appleyard, Melissa M. (1996). “How Does Knowledge Flow? Inter-Firm Patterns in the Semiconductor Industry,” Strategic Management Journal, 17(Winter Special Issue): 137-154. Reprinted with commentary in N. Bontis and C. W. Choo, eds. (2002). The Strategic Management of Intellectual Capital and Organizational Knowledge. London: Oxford University Press. SCHOLARLY BOOK CHAPTERS Linden, Greg, Clair Brown , and Melissa M. Appleyard (2004). “The Net World Order's Influence on Global Leadership in the Semiconductor Industry.” In Martin Kenney with Richard Florida, eds., Locating Global Advantage: Industry Dynamics in the International Economy. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press: 232-257. Appleyard, Melissa M. (2002). “Cooperative Knowledge Creation: The Case of Buyer- Supplier Co-Development in the Semiconductor Industry.” In Farok J. Contractor and Peter Lorange, eds., Cooperative Strategies and Alliances. London: Elsevier Science: 381-418. Appleyard, Melissa M., Nile W. Hatch, David C. Mowery (2000). “Managing the Development and Transfer of Process Technologies in the Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry.” In G. Dosi, R. R. Nelson, and S. G. Winter, eds., The Nature and Dynamics of Organizational Capabilities. London: Oxford University Press: 183-207. 2
    • REFEREED PRESENTATIONS and PROCEEDINGS *Levin, Daniel Z., Jorge Walter, and Melissa M. Appleyard. “What’s in a Tie? Knowledge Transfer and the Dimensions of Dyadic Social Capital.” The Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August 2007. *Appleyard, Melissa M., Beverly B. Tyler, Clara Wang, and David Garten. “Managing Strategic Alliances in the Presence of Technology Fusion.” The Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, August 2006. *Pullman, Mellie, Melissa M. Appleyard, Mark Meckler, and Michelle Snead. “Constraining and Enabling Drivers of Innovation among Chefs: An Exploratory Study.” The Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA, August 2006. *Appleyard, Melissa M., C.N. Berglund, Craig Peterson, and Richard W. Smith. “Acceleration Management: The Semiconductor Industry Confronts the 21st Century,” Proceedings of the Portland International Conference on Management of Engineering and Technology ‘05, Portland, Oregon, August 2005. Appleyard, Melissa M., J. Alexander Liddle, and Clara Y. Wang. “The Innovator’s Non- Dilemma: The Case of Next-Generation Lithography,” Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on the Commercialization of Micro and Nano Systems, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, August 2004. *Appleyard, Melissa M. and Beverly B. Tyler. “Contract Evolution and Knowledge Flows in Biotechnology Alliances,” The Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, August 2003. Appleyard, Melissa M. “The Influence of Knowledge Accumulation on Buyer-Supplier Co- development Projects,” The Wharton Technology Miniconference, Philadelphia, PA, April 2002. Appleyard, Melissa M. “The Influence of Knowledge Accumulation on Buyer-Supplier Co- development Projects,” The Allied Social Science Associations annual meeting, Atlanta, GA, January 2002. Appleyard, Melissa M. “Next-Generation Lithography: Betting on a New Production Technology in the Semiconductor Industry,” A Case, B Case, Teaching Note, The North American Case Research Association, Inc., the Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., August 2001. Appleyard, Melissa M. “Cooperative Knowledge Creation: The Case of Buyer-Supplier Co- Development in the Semiconductor Industry,” The Cooperative Strategies and Alliances Conference, IMD, Lausanne, Switzerland, Summer 2001. *Bean, J.C., J.F. Groves, N. Kansari, M. Appleyard, C. Lehmbeck, T. Wayne, and M. Brittingham. “The Creation of Microelectronics-based Visualizations to Enhance Science Education and Literacy.” The 14th Biennial IEEE/EDS University Government Industry Microelectronics (UGIM) Symposium, Richmond, VA, Proceedings: 110-113, June 2001. Appleyard, Melissa M. “Knowledge Diffusion in the Semiconductor Industry,” The Allied Social Science Associations Annual Meeting, New York, NY, January 1999. Appleyard, Melissa M. “How Does Knowledge Flow? Inter-Firm Patterns in the Semiconductor Industry,” The ADRES Conference on the Economics and Econometrics of Innovation, Strasbourg, France, Summer 1996. * Paper presented by co-author 3
    • GRANTS and FELLOWSHIPS 2004-2008 Co-Principal Investigator, Oregon’s Lab to Market Initiative, National Science Foundation Partnerships for Innovation Program ($599,645). This three-year program will promote economic growth across the state of Oregon by deepening the innovation culture through educations programs and a technology venture-mentoring program. Academic journal articles examining the process of bringing advanced technologies to market in an interdisciplinary and cooperative environment, in addition to business case studies, are expected products of this program. 2002-2004 Principal Investigator, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Research Grant for the Study of Learning by Engineering Professionals in Corporate Settings ($44,000). 1999-2003 Research Fellow, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Research Grant for the Study of the Shifting Locus of Value Creation in the Semiconductor Industry. 1993-1999 Research Fellow, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Research Grant for the Study of Human Resource Systems in the Semiconductor Industry. 1991-1992 University of California Transportation Center Fellowship. 1990 University of California at Berkeley Graduate Opportunity Fellowship. NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS Appleyard, Melissa M. (forthcoming). Foreword for Prescott C. Ensign’s book: Knowledge Sharing Among Scientists: Why Reputation Matters for R&D in Multinational Firms, New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan. Appleyard, Melissa M., Kristina M. Lybecker, and Clara Y. Wang (2008). “Managing Across Boundaries: Introduction to the Special Issue.” Managerial and Decision Economics Managerial and Decision Economics, 29(5): 383-388. Appleyard, Melissa M. (1997). “The Role of Skill Upgrading in Manufacturing Performance.” In Clair Brown, ed., The Competitive Semiconductor Manufacturing Human Resources Project: Third Interim Report, Berkeley, CA: Institute of Industrial Relations and Engineering System Research Center: 38-48 (http://socrates.berkeley.edu/~iir/worktech/csmfinal/). INVITED PRESENTATIONS *Chesbrough, Henry W. and Melissa M. Appleyard. “Open Strategy and Innovation,” Panel 3: Breaking Tradition—Driving Growth, Haas Inside Innovation 2007 Conference, Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, November 2007. Appleyard, Melissa M., Clara Y. Wang, J. Alexander Liddle, and John Carruthers. “The Innovator’s Non-Dilemma: The Case of Next-Generation Lithography,” The Lundquist College of Business, University of Oregon, February 2007. Appleyard, Melissa M. “The Lab2Market Initiative,” Engineering & Technology Management Seminar, Portland State University, January 2006. 4
    • Appleyard, Melissa M., Clara Y. Wang, and J. Alexander Liddle. “The Innovator’s Non- Dilemma: The Case of Next-Generation Lithography,” The Fisher Conference on Strategic Alliances, Fisher College of Business, Ohio State, June 2003. Appleyard, Melissa M. “Process Technology Co-Development Strategies: Lessons from the Semiconductor Industry,” Darden Executive Forum: Leveraging Supplier Innovation, University of Virginia, March 2000. Appleyard, Melissa M. “The Future of Microelectronics: An Industry Perspective,” UVIM Research Discussion Experiment: The Future of Microelectronics: Beyond Silicon, University of Virginia, March 2000. Appleyard, Melissa M., Clair Brown and Ben Campbell. “Creating High-Performance Semiconductor Companies,” Beijing University and National University of Singapore, Summer 1998. * Paper presented by co-author HONORS 2008 Civic Engagement Award, Portland State University. 2007 Omega Rho, Operations Research and Management Science International Honor Society, Inductee. 2005 “Forty under 40” award recipient, The Portland Business Journal. 2003 Outstanding Reviewer Award, Technology and Innovation Management Division, Academy of Management. 2003 Letter of commendation for teaching performance and elected by the Class of 2003 as a Faculty Marshal, The Darden School. 2002 Letter of commendation for teaching performance, The Darden School. 2002 Letter of commendation for teaching performance, The Tuck School. 2002 Outstanding Reviewer Award, Technology and Innovation Management Division, Academy of Management. TEACHING August 2007, 2008 Hosted MGMT 510, Entrepreneurship Intensive Workshop (MBA elective), taught by DFJ Frontier, School of Business Administration, Portland State University. Summer 2008 MGMT 510, New Business Launch (MBA elective), School of Business Administration, Portland State University. Winter 2006, 2007 MGMT 510, Commercialization & Entrepreneurship (MBA elective), School of Business Administration, Portland State University. Spring 2004-07 MGMT 562, Business Strategy and Policy (MBA core course), Capital Center Section and Downtown Evening Section, School of Business Administration, Portland State University. Spring 2004-07 BA 495 Honors, Business Strategy (undergraduate honors course), School of Business Administration, Portland State University. Spring 2006 MBA credit by arrangement, Daniel Ryan, “Nike versus Adidas/Reebok.” 2006 Intern Supervisor, by arrangement, Yulia Smirnova, Intel intern. 5
    • Winter 2004, 2005 MGMT 544, Technology Management (MBA elective), School of Business Administration, Portland State University. Fall 2005 Intern Supervisor, by arrangement, Thuy Ho, Intel intern. 1997-2003 Business and the Political Economy (MBA core course), The Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia. Spring 2002, 2003 Managing Digital Convergence (MBA elective), The Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia. Winter 2002 Managing Digital Convergence (MBA elective), The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. Spring 2001 Knowledge Chain Management in a High-Tech Environment (MBA elective), The Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia. Executive Managerial Thinking for Technologists (September 2005, Lab2Market short-course), Portland State University; Global Economy classes (United Technologies Corporation Executive Program), New Product Development and Disruptive Technology classes (Degussa-Hüls Custom Program), The Global Ramifications of the Asian Economic Crises (one class session), The Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Virginia. Economics International Trade, U.S. Economic History, Introduction to Economics, Teaching Assistant, Department of Economics, University of California at Berkeley. TEACHING MATERIALS Sprackland, Teri under the supervision of Melissa M. Appleyard and Mary Tripsas (2005). “IntelliSense: The Lifecycle of a High-Tech Startup,” and Teaching Note, PSU Lab2Market case. Appleyard, Melissa M. (2002). “Blue Martini and the eCRM Niche.” A Case UVA-BP-0450, Teaching Note UVA-BP-0450TN. Appleyard, Melissa M., Evelyn Hsia, and KanIchiro Kato (2002). “NTT DoCoMo in the 3G Wilderness,” Tuck #02012, Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. Appleyard, Melissa M., John C. Bean, James F. Groves, Chris Lehmbeck, Matt Shields. “eXplore! microelectronics.” (http://it.darden.virginia.edu/explore/index.htm). Appleyard, Melissa M., Alan Beckenstein, and Petra Christmann (2001). “The Income Multiplier,” UVA-BP-0454. Technical notes for Business and the Political Economy. Appleyard, Melissa M., Alan Beckenstein, and Petra Christmann (2001). “Fiscal and Monetary Policy,” UVA-BP-0453. Technical notes for Business and the Political Economy. 6
    • Appleyard, Melissa M., and Petra Christmann (2001). “Monetary Policy and the Money Multiplier,” with money multiplier exercise UVA-BP-0455. Technical note for Business and the Political Economy. Appleyard, Melissa M. (2001). “Next-Generation Lithography: Betting on a New Production Technology in the Semiconductor Industry.” A Case UVA-BP-0423, B Case UVA- BP-0424, Teaching Note UVA-BP-0423TN. Joo, Tristan under the supervision of Melissa M. Appleyard (2003). “Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.: Digital Convergence in the U.S. Mobile Phone Market (A),” UVA-S-0106, A Case, B Case, Teaching Note. Burke, Amy under the supervision of Melissa M. Appleyard (2002). “’Welcome, You’ve Got Guanxi’ America Online Enters China.” A Case, Teaching Note. UVA-Draft. Dada, James and Augustine Ifedirah under the supervision of Melissa M. Appleyard (2002). “Telecom Liberalization and Privatization in Nigeria.” A Case, B Case, Teaching Note; “Privatization in Emerging Economies,” companion Technical Note. UVA-Draft. Gonzales, Jessica and Elizabeth Mooney under the supervision of Melissa M. Appleyard (2002). “Bacardi and Pernod Ricard: The Havana Club Trademark Dispute.” A Case UVA-BP-0451, B Case UVA-BP-0452, Teaching Note UVA-BP-0451TN; “The World Trade Organization and Trade Related Aspects of International Property Rights,” companion Technical Note UVA-BP-0460. Greco, John under the supervision of Melissa M. Appleyard (2002). “Microsoft’s Xbox Gamble,” Tuck #02013, Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. Teaching Note UVA-Draft. Kwoh, Jonathan under the supervision of Melissa M. Appleyard (2002). “EMC: Creating a Storage-centric World,” Tuck #02011, Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. Ludwigson, Ed under the supervision of Melissa M. Appleyard (2002). “Video On Demand (VOD): A Killer App or ‘Too Little, Too Late’?” Tuck #02015, Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. Ludwigson, Ed under the supervision of Melissa M. Appleyard (2002). “Groove Networks: Making P2P a Reality,” Tuck #02010, Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth. Teaching Note UVA-Draft. Thunnissen, Kate under the supervision of Melissa M. Appleyard (2002). “AT&T Comcast Corporation: Making Good on the Broadband Promise?” Tuck #02014, Glassmeyer/McNamee Center for Digital Strategies, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, February 2002 7
    • Chia, Esmond and Elizabeth Li under the supervision of Melissa M. Appleyard (2001). “Malaysia in the New Millennium.” A Case UVA-BP-0441, B Case UVA-BP-0442, Technical Note UVA-BP-0439, Teaching Note UVA-BP-0441TN. Zuleta, Carlos under the supervision of Melissa M. Appleyard (2001). “Colombia: Is There a Light at the End of the Tunnel?” A Case UVA-BP-0411, B Case UVA-BP-0412, Teaching Note UVA-BP-0411TN. SCHOLARLY WORKS IN PROGRESS Levin, Daniel Z., Jorge Walter, and Melissa M. Appleyard. “What’s in a Tie? Knowledge Transfer and the Dimensions of Dyadic Social Capital.” Presented at the Academy of Management Annual meeting by Levin, Summer 2007. Appleyard, Melissa M., Beverly B. Tyler, Clara Wang, and David Garten. “Managing Strategic Alliances in the Presence of Knowledge Fusion.” Earlier version of this paper presented at the Academy of Management Annual meeting by Tyler, Summer 2006. Pullman, Mellie, Pam Tierney, Melissa M. Appleyard, Mark Meckler, and Michelle Snead. “Constraining and Enabling Drivers of Innovation among Chefs: An Exploratory Study.” Presented at the Academy of Management Annual meeting by Pullman, Summer 2006. Appleyard, Melissa M., Neil Berglund, Craig Peterson, and Richard W. Smith. “Acceleration Management: The Semiconductor Industry Confronts the 21st Century.” Data currently being collected. Appleyard, Melissa M., Clair Brown, Greg Linden. “Wintel and Beyond: Leadership in the Net World Order.” Appleyard, Melissa M. and Trisha A. Hauser. “Caught in Intel’s Technology Current.” PRESS INTERVIEWS and ARTICLES June 1, 2007 “PSU, OGI Offer Commercialization Course,” Portland Business Journal. June 2006 “Help for startup companies,” PSU Magazine. April 2006 Appleyard, Melissa. “Bridging the Valley of Death between the Lab and the Market: Oregon’s Lab2Market Initiative,” published in the April newsletter of the Software Association of Oregon, http://www.sao.org/Resource_Center/sao_newsletter_archive.php December 30, 2005 McGrain, Maureen. “Making headlines in ‘06,” Portland Business Journal, http://portland.bizjournals.com/portland/stories/2006/01/02/story3.html August 12, 2005 Earnshaw, Aliza. “Ivory tower innovators,” Portland Business Journal, http://portland.bizjournals.com/portland/stories/2005/08/15/story3.html October 2000 Corso, Sean C. “DMCA in Full Effect Part II,” DVDinsider.com. 8
    • PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 2007–08 Member, Organizing Committee for the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation’s annual Industry Studies Conference. Portland State University 2005–2007 Member, Provost’s Task Force on Technology Transfer, Portland State University. 2004–2006 Leadership Team Member, Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute (ONAMI). 2003–2005 Leadership Team Member, Center for Emerging Technologies, Office of the President, Portland State University. April 2004 Faculty Speaker, Philanthropy Day Luncheon, Portland State University, presentation: “The Impact of the Ames Professorship.” School of Business Administration, Portland State University Fall 2006–present Member, Task Force on Entrepreneurship, School of Business Administration, Portland State University. Fall 2003–2007 Member, Graduate Programs Committee including Innovation Management-Option Subcommittee, School of Business Administration, Portland State University. Fall 2005 Member, Management Area Task Force, School of Business Administration, Portland State University. 2004-2005 Member, Fun Committee, School of Business Administration, Portland State University. Fall 2003, 2004, 2005 Session Leader, “A Primer on Case Method Learning,” MBA Orientation, School of Business Administration, Portland State University. Invited Conference Participant March 2007 Portland International Women’s Day, Panel on Entrepreneurship. April 2006 InnoTech Lab2Market Sessions: Secrets of Early-stage Financing for Technology-based Start-ups and Lab2Market Early-Stage Funding Pitch Competition. September 2004 Commercialisation of Advanced Materials and Fuel Cell Innovations, Simon Fraser University, Canada. August 2004 National Nanotechnology Initiative Interagency Grand Challenge Workshop: Nanotechnology for Space Exploration, NASA Ames, Palo Alto, CA. July 2004 Innovation and Entrepreneurism Working Group, Micro Nano Breakthrough Conference, Portland, OR. November 2003 Discussant, Technology, Complexity and Design Session, What Do We Know About Innovation?: A Conference in honour of Keith Pavitt, Science and Technology Policy Research (SPRU), University of Sussex, United Kingdom. 9
    • Spring 2001 & 2002 Wharton Technology MiniConference, The Wharton School, Philadelphia, PA. September 2001 The Fifth Annual Knowledge Workshop: New Patterns of Management in the Knowledge Economy, Haas School of Business, University of California at Berkeley. 1996, 1999, 2000 Sloan Industry Studies Annual Review Meeting, University of Michigan (April 2000), University of Minnesota (April 1999), and The Wharton School (April 1996). December 1997 NBER Universities Research Conference: Competition and Organization in Technology-Intensive Industries, Boston, MA. July 1996 & 1997 NBER Summer Institute, Intellectual Property, Policy and Strategy, Boston, MA. January 1996 Sloan Foundation Human Resource Management Network Meeting, San Francisco, CA. The Academy of Management Spring 2006-2008 Appointed to Business Policy and Strategy Teaching Committee for two-year appointment. Served as Chair in the second year. August 2005 Discussant: Alliance Capabilities and Alliance Formation. August 2005 Session Chair: Alliance and Acquisition Performance. August 2003 Symposium Chair: The Influence of Institutions on Alliance Formation and Knowledge Transfer in High-Tech Sectors. August 2003 Session Chair: Knowledge and Technology Transfer. August 2002 Discussant: R&D, Intellectual Property, and the Strategic Use of Patents. August 2002 Session Chair: Knowledge Transfer and Acquisition. August 2000 Discussant: Strategic Alliances: Performance Related Outcomes. Ad hoc reviewer 2000, 2002, 2003, 2005, Academy of Management Annual Meeting: Business Policy & 2006 Strategy Division and Technology & Innovation Management Division 2004 Academy of Management, Technology & Innovation Management Division Dissertation Competition 2004 Portland International Center for Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET) Annual Meeting 2000 INFORMS/Organization Science Dissertation Competition National Science Foundation National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA), Advanced E-Team Grants Academy of Management Review British Journal of Management California Management Review Economics of Innovation and New Technology IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management IEEE Transactions on Semiconductor Manufacturing International Journal of Innovation Management 10
    • International Journal of Strategic Change Management International Journal of Technology Management Journal of Business Venturing Journal of Economics & Management Strategy Journal of International Business Studies Journal of Product Innovation Management Journal of Management Journal of Management Studies New Economy Handbook Organization Science Research Policy Strategic Management Journal The Darden School, University of Virginia 2002-2003 Member, University of Virginia Center for Atomic Scale Science and Engineering, Office of the Vice President for Research, University of Virginia. 2002–2003 Advisor, Business-Technology Club, The Darden School. 2001–2003 Academic Support Policy Committee, eLearning Task Force, The Darden School. 1998–2003 Member, Board of Directors, University of Virginia’s Institute for Microelectronics. 1998–2003 Co-Advisor, JD/MBA Society, The Darden School. 1998-2001 MBA Policy Committee, The Darden School. 1997-1998, 1999-2000, Spring 2001 Seminar Coordinator, New Horizons in Management Research and Brownbag Research Lunch, The Darden School. October 2000 Press Interview, Corso, Sean C. “DMCA in Full Effect Part II,” DVDinsider.com. February 1998 & 1999 Rotary Club Guest Speaker, “The International Monetary Fund: Is change in the air?,” and “The Global Ramifications of the Asian Economic Crises.” ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AFFILIATIONS: American Economic Association, Academy of Management Business Policy & Strategy and Technology & Innovation Management Divisions, The Committee on the Status of Women in the Economics Profession, Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), Phi Beta Kappa LANGUAGES: Conversational Spanish, Italian, and French 11