Students' Research Publications: Honors and Awards

HONORS AND AWARDS 

  1. William R. Atienza (RA during summer 2016; class of 2018), accepted into the Ph.D. in sociology at the University of Washington, Fall 2018.
  2. Cailin Kuchenbecker ($1,800), Mahta Mirzaeiramin ($1,200), and Quynh Le ($2,175), awarded OUR (Office of Undergraduate Research) Student Research Travel Fund, Kellogg Honors College, and CBA funding for presenting “Determinants of Adoption of Female Fitness Products: An Evidence from Urban Millennial Women,” at the Global Marketing Conference , Tokyo, Japan, July 26 – July 29, 2018.
  3. Jay Jung, selected to receive “Research Recognition” award at the 2018 RSCA Scholar Recognition, Office of Undergraduate Research, May 16, 2018.
  4. Jay Jung, awarded OUR (Office of Undergraduate Research) Student Research Travel Fund for his research presentation, entitled “Cross-Cultural Perspective of E-Commerce Website Usability Requirements: Through the Lens of Individual’s Perception,” at the 15th International Conference on Information Technology - New Generations, Las Vegas, NV, Dec. 2017.
  5. Sheryl Pu ($250) and Cindy Lopez ($250), who were awarded Office of Undergraduate Research Student Travel Grant to co-present “Survey of Market Research Professionals’ Educational Needs and Implications for Program Development,” at the 41st Annual Conference of Marketing Educators’ Association, held in San Diego, CA, April 6 – April 8, 2017.
  6. Matthew R. Vela ($175), Jay Jung ($175), and Colin J. Adamik ($175), who were awarded Office of Undergraduate Research Student Travel Grant to co-present “Accountable Healthcare, Consumerism, and Patient Satisfaction,” at the 41st Annual Conference of Marketing Educators’ Association, held in San Diego, CA, April 6 – April 8, 2017.
  7. Jae Y. Jung for President's Student Research Travel Fund ($100), Cal Poly Pomona, April 27, 2016.
  8. Sarah Angelia and Kelly E. Tolle, selected to represent Cal Poly Pomona at 30th Annual, CSU Student Research Competition, held at CSU Bakersfield, April 2016.
  9. Kelly E. Tolle, won the Student Research Competition for their research presentation, entitled “Mobile Apps and Brand Loyalty among Millennials,” at Marketing Research Association’s Annual Educational Event, held at Cal Poly Pomona, March 2016.
  10. Janna Esguerra, Ana Huerta, Ashley Lam, Armand Yerjanian, and Rebeca Barreiro, “Customer-Centric Health Care Management in the Face of Consumerism,” Awarded the 2nd place at the Case Study Competition hosted by Pharmaceutical Marketing Research Group’s Conference, Philadelphia, PA, representing Cal Poly Pomona, July 2015.
  11. Christian Lindke, selected into 2012/2013 California State University Chancellor’s Doctoral Incentive Program (CDIP).
  12. Jung, Jae Min, Hang Chu Hui*, Kyeong Sam Min, and Drew Martin, “Does Telic/Paratelic User Mode Matter on the Effectiveness of Interactive Internet Advertising? A Reversal Theory Perspective,” Presented at the 2012 Global Marketing Conference, Korean Scholars of Marketing Science, Japan Society of Marketing and Distribution, European Marketing Academy, International Textiles and Apparel Association, and Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy, Seoul, Korea, July 19-22, 2012. [*MBA student], (Honorable Mention Award for the Best Conference Paper)
  13. Hang Chu (“Michel”) Hui, selected to be a Cal Poly Pomona student delegate to 26th Annual, CSU Student Research Competition held at California State University, Long Beach, May 5 – May 6, 2012. *(2nd place in Business, Economics, and Public Administration category)
  14. Maha Ghosn, selected into 2011/2012 California State University Chancellor’s Doctoral Incentive Program (CDIP).
  15. Yuliya Idemenko, Selected to be a Cal Poly Pomona student delegate to 25th Annual, CSU Student Research Competition held at California State University, Fresno, May 6 – May 7, 2011.
  16. Maha Ghosn, Selected to be a Cal Poly Pomona student delegate to 24th Annual, CSU Student Research Competition held at San Jose State University, April 30 – May 1, 2010.

REFEREED JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS WITH STUDENTS

  1. Jung, Jae Min, Hang Chu Hui*, Kyeong Sam Min, and Drew Martin (2014), “Does Telic/Paratelic User Mode Matter on the Effectiveness of Interactive Internet Advertising? A Reversal Theory Perspective,” Journal of Business Research, 67 (6), 1303-9. (h5-index = 94, #1 among marketing journals; 5-year impact factor = 4.11). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2013.03.002. [*MBA student]

REFEREED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS WITH STUDENTS

  1. Jung, Jae Min, Randy B. Stein, Cailin M. Kuchenbecker*, Mahta Mirzaeiramin*, Quynh T. Le*, and Sophia S. Jung* (2018), “Determinants of Adoption of Female Fitness Products: An Evidence from Urban Millennial Women,” in 2018 Global Marketing Conference at Tokyo Proceedings: Bridging Asia and the World: Searching for Academic Excellence and Best Practice in Marketing and Management, Rust, Roland T., Ajay K. Kohli, László Sajtos, Tatsuro Watanabe, Akira Shimizu, and Yung Kyun Choi, eds. Tokyo: Goyang: Korea, https://doi.org/10.15444/GMC2018.08.08.06. [Undergraduate students],
  2. Jung, Jay*, Jae Min Jung, and Sonya Zhang (2018), “Cross-Cultural Perspective of E-Commerce Website Usability Requirements: Through the Lens of Individual’s Perception,” in Information Technology - New Generations: 15th International Conference on Information Technology, Vol. 738, Latifi, Shahram, ed. Springer, Cham, 725-727, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-77028-4_92. [*Undergraduate student]
  3. Jung, Jay*, Jae Min Jung, and Xuesong (Sonya) Zhang (2017), “Would Customers Perceive Websites’ Usability the Same Way? The Role of Individual Differences in Cultural Values and Cognitive Styles” in Book of Abstracts from the 17th Cross-Cultural Research Conference, Francisco Guzman, eds. Maui: Hawaii, 26-27. [*Undergraduate student]
  4. Jung, Jae Min, Matthew R. Vela*, Jennifer Y. Yi*, Jay Jung*, and Colin J. Adamik* (2017), “Accountable Healthcare, Consumerism, and Patient Satisfaction,” in the 41st Annual Marketing Educators’ Association 2017 Annual Conference Proceedings: Enhancing Marketing Education Through Technology and New Methodologies, Merriman, Chrisann and Mindy Welch, eds. 57-58. [*Undergraduate students]
  5. Jung, Jae Min, Sheryl Pu*, and Cindy Lopez* (2017), “Survey of Market Research Professionals’ Educational Needs and Implications for Program Development,” in the 41st Annual Marketing Educators’ Association 2017 Annual Conference Proceedings: Enhancing Marketing Education Through Technology and New Methodologies, Merriman, Chrisann and Mindy Welch, eds. 99-100. [*Undergraduate students]
  6. Jung, Jae Min, Hang Chu Hui*, Kyeong Sam Min, and Drew Martin (2012), “Impact of Metamotivational User Mode on Advertising Interactivity’s Effectiveness,” in  Proceedings of Direct Marketing Educational Foundation’s Research Summit, New York, NY: Direct Marketing Educational Foundation. Hyperlink, [*MBA student].
  7. Jung, Jae Min, Hang Chu Hui*, Kyeong Sam Min, and Drew Martin (2012), “Does Telic/Paratelic User Mode Matter on the Effectiveness of Interactive Internet Advertising? A Reversal Theory Perspective,” in Proceedings of 2012 Global Marketing Conference, David Bell, Ikuo Takahashi, Udo Wagner, Leslie Davis Burns, and Kenneth R. Deans, eds. Seoul, Korea: Korean Scholars of Marketing Science, Japan Society of Marketing and Distribution, European Marketing Academy, International Textiles and Apparel Association, and Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy, 2539. (Honorable Mention Award for the Best Conference Paper), [* student].
  8. Ghosn, Maha* and Jae Min Jung (2011), “Impact of Self-Construal on Consideration Set Size: The Moderating Role of Involvement,” in Proceedings of 2011 AMA Summer Educators’ Conference: Delivering Value in Turbulent Times, Vol. 22, Nobel, Stephanie M. and Charles H. Noble, eds. Chicago, IL: American Marketing Association, 197-198. [*MBA student].

REFEREED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS WTH STUDENTS

  1.  Jung, Jae Min, Randy B. Stein, Cailin M. Kuchenbecker*, Mahta Mirzaeiramin*, Quynh T. Le*, and Sophia S. Jung*, “Determinants of Adoption of Female Fitness Products: An Evidence from Urban Millennial Women,” Presented at the Global Marketing Conference, Tokyo, Japan, July 26 – July 29, 2018. [*Undergraduate students]
  2. Jung, Jay*, Jae Min Jung, and Sonya Zhang, “Cross-Cultural Perspective of E-Commerce Website Usability Requirements: Through the Lens of Individual’s Perception,” Presented at the 15th International Conference on Information Technology - New Generations, Las Vegas, NV, April 16 – 18, 2018. [*Undergraduate students]
  3. Jung, Jay*, Jae Min Jung, and Xuesong (Sonya) Zhang, “Would Customers Perceive Websites’ Usability the Same Way? The Role of Individual Differences in Cultural Values and Cognitive Styles” Presented at the 17th Cross-Cultural Research Conference, Maui, Hawaii, December 10 – 13, 2017. [*Undergraduate student]
  4. Jung, Jae Min, Matthew R. Vela*, Jennifer Y. Yi*, Jay Jung*, and Colin J. Adamik*, “Accountable Healthcare, Consumerism, and Patient Satisfaction,” Presented at the 41st Annual Marketing Educators’ Association, San Diego, CA, April 6 – 8, 2017. [*Undergraduate students]
  5. Jung, Jae Min, Sheryl Pu*, and Cindy Lopez*, “Survey of Market Research Professionals’ Educational Needs and Implications for Program Development,” Presented at the 41st Annual Marketing Educators’ Association, San Diego, CA, April 6 – 8, 2017. [*Undergraduate students]
  6. Jung, Jae Y.*, Jae Min Jung, and Sonya Zhang, “The Impact of Cultural Value and Cognition Style on Web Usability,” Presented at American Society for Engineering Education Pacific Southwest Conference, Cal Poly Pomona, April 21 – 23, 2016. [*Undergraduate students]
  7. Lindke, Christian*, Jae Min Jung, and Cheryl R. Wyrick, “Streaming Advertisements in Online Programming: Will Millennials Zip, Zap, or Watch?” Presented at the American Marketing Association’s 2016 Winter Educators’ Conference, Las Vegas, NV, February 26-28, 2016. [*MBA students]
  8. Jung, Jae Min and Christian Lindke*, “Impact of Personal Involvement, Ad Avoidance, and Goal Systems on Viewer’s Willingness to Watch Advertisements during Online Streaming Shows,” Presented at Marketing EDGE Research Summit, San Diego, CA, Oct. 24-26, 2014. [*MBA student].
  9. Jung, Jae Min, Hang Chu Hui*, Kyeong Sam Min, and Drew Martin, “Impact of Metamotivational User Mode on Advertising Interactivity’s Effectiveness,” Presented at the Direct Marketing Educational Foundation’s Research Summit, October 13-14, 2012, Las Vegas, NV. [MBA student] 
  10. Jung, Jae Min, Hang Chu Hui*, Kyeong Sam Min, and Drew Martin, “Does Telic/Paratelic User Mode Matter on the Effectiveness of Interactive Internet Advertising? A Reversal Theory Perspective,” Presented at the 2012 Global Marketing Conference, Korean Scholars of Marketing Science, Japan Society of Marketing and Distribution, European Marketing Academy, International Textiles and Apparel Association, and Australian & New Zealand Marketing Academy, Seoul, Korea, July 19-22, 2012. [*MBA student], (Honorable Mention Award for the Best Conference Paper)
  11. Ghosn, Maha* and Jae Min Jung, “Impact of Self-Construal on Consideration Set Size: The Moderating Role of Involvement,” Presented at the 2011 AMA Summer Marketing Educators’ Conference, American Marketing Association, San Francisco, CA, August 5-7, 2011. [*MBA student]

NON-REFEREED PRESENTATIONS WITH STUDENTS

  1. Jung, Jae Min, Randy Stein, Cailin M. Kuchenbecker*, Mahta Mirzaeiramin*, and Quynh T. Le*, “How to Overcome Barriers to Adoption of Female Fitness Products?” at 2018 CBA BBRL’s (Behavioral Business Research Lab) Annual Research Seminar, Cal Poly Pomona, May 14, 2018. [*Undergraduate students]
  2. Jung, Jae Y.*, Jae Min Jung, and Sonya Zhang, “The Impact of Cultural Value and Cognition Style on Web Usability,” Presented at American Society for Engineering Education Pacific Southwest Conference, April 21 – 23, 2016, Cal Poly Pomona. [*Undergraduate student]
  3. Barreiro*, Rebeca, Janna Esguerra*, Ana Huerta*, Jae Min Jung, Ashley Lam*, Armand Yerjanian*, “Proposal for Customer-Centric Approach in Health Care Management: From Type 2 Diabetes Patients’ Perspective,” Presented at the 13th Research Talks, International Business and Marketing Department, Cal Poly Pomona, May 29, 2015. [*Undergraduate student]

REFEREED STUDENT RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS    

  1. Jane Y. Kim, Junlin Liang, Erin A. Walton, and Maverick Siragusa, “How Can We Enhance Type 2 Diabetes Patients’ Satisfaction? Serious Challenges and Patients’ Attitudes toward Medication and Health Care Providers,” at the 2018 Southern California Conferences for Undergraduate Research, Pasadena City College, Nov. 17, 2018. https://www.sccur.org/sccur/FALL_2018_CONFERENCE/SOC_SCI_TALKS/51/
  2. Jane Y. Kim, Junlin Liang, Erin A. Walton, and Nancy Y. Jung, “How the Use Of ACO Principles and Healthcare Consumerism Influences Patient-Centric Care And Medication Decisions,” the 4th Annual Creative Activities & Research Symposium, Cal Poly Pomona, August 16, 2018.
  3. Cailin M. Kuchenbecker, Presented “Determining Moderators in the Effectiveness of Gender Role Reversal in Advertisements: A Study of Millennial Aged College Men and Women,” Presented at the California State University Honors Conference, California State University, Northridge, April 21, 2018.
  4. Mahta Mirzaeiramin, Cailin M. Kuchenbecker, and Quynh T. Le, “How Is Millennial Women's Interest in Female Fitness Products shaped?,” at the 2018 Student Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activities (RSCA) Conference, Cal Poly Pomona, March 2, 2018.
  5. Cailin M. Kuchenbecker, Presented “How Companies Can Expand Their Traditional Gender Markets: A Look at Reversed Gender Advertisements,” Presented at the Student Research, Scholarship, & Creative Activities (RSCA) Conference, Cal Poly Pomona, March 2, 2018.
  6. Mahta Mirzaeiramin, Cailin M. Kuchenbecker, Quynh T. Le and Sophia S. Jung, “Feminism, Women’s Fitness Engagement, and Purchase Intentions of Fitness Device: An Evidence from Millennial Women with a Kegel Exercise Device,” at the 2017 Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research (SCCUR) conference, Nov. 18, 2017. Abstract, available here.
  7. Mahta Mirzaeiramin, Cailin M. Kuchenbecker, Quynh T. Le, and Ilia Eremin, “Feminism, Women’s Attitudes toward Fitness and Fitness Engagement, and Purchase Intentions of Fitness Device,” at the 3rd Annual Creative Activities and Research Symposium (CARS), held at Cal Poly Pomona, August 16, 2017.
  8. Jae Y. Jung, selected to present research, “The Impact of Cultural Value and Cognition Style on Web Usability,” at Student RSCA conference, Cal Poly Pomona, March 2016.
  9. Tolle, Kelly E. (2016), “Mobile Apps and Brand Loyalty among Millennials,” presented at the Socal Chapter of Marketing Research Association Student Research Competition, March 2016.
  10. Sarah Angelia and Kelly E. Tolle, selected to present their research, entitled “Using Mobile Apps to Foster Brand Loyalty among Millennials,” at Student RSCA conference, Cal Poly Pomona, March 2016.
  11. Armand Yerjanian, Ashley Lam, Janna Esguerra, Ana Huerta, and Rebeca Barreiro, “Customer-Centric Approach in Health Care Management: From Type 2 Diabetes Patient Perspective,” accepted for presentation at SCCUR, at Harvey Mudd College, Nov. 2015.
  12. Sarah Angelia and Kelly E. Tolle, “Using Mobile Apps to Foster Brand Loyalty among Millennials,” accepted for presentation at SCCUR at Harvey Mudd College, Nov. 2015.
  13. Jae Y. Jung, “The Impact of Cultural Behavior and Cognition Style on Web Usability,” accepted for presentation at SCCUR at Harvey Mudd College, Nov. 2015.
  14. Ghieuw Sien, Raphael, presented “The Effects of Self-Construal on Consumers' Preference for Interactions with Sales Associate,” at the 3rd Cal Poly Pomona Student Research Competition, March 2015.
  15. Hang Chu (“Michel”) Hui (2012), accepted to present at Cal Poly Pomona Student Research Competition, March 2012.
  16. Yuliya Idemenko, accepted to present at Cal Poly Pomona Student Research Competition, March 2011.
  17. Maha Ghosn, accepted to present at Cal Poly Pomona Student Research Competition, March 2010.