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Marlene Blankenbuehler

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Marlene Blankenbuehler, Recruitment & Retention Coordinator
Program/Dept: College of Science and Technology, Office of the Dean
Degrees, Licensures and Certifications: BBA, MBA
Contact Info:
246 Reed Hall
mar.blanken@moreheadstate.edu
Phone: 606.783.2575
Office Hours: Vary by appointment

Bio

Marlene Blankenbuehler is the Recruitment & Retention Coordinator in the College of Science & Technology. She began her employment at Morehead State University in 1999 and has been employed full-time at MSU for approximately 9 years. She is a member of the Academy of Strategic Management, Beta Gamma Sigma, and was recognized for Distinguished Research at the Academy of Strategic Management, Allied Academics Spring 2013 International Conference, New Orleans, LA.

A native of Milford, OH, she received both her Bachelor of Business and Master of Business degrees from Morehead State University. She has lived in Morehead, KY for 14 years with her husband, Mark, and their twin sons Cameron & Kyle. She is involved with the Caring and Sharing Alzheimer’s support group for Rowan County, attends Morehead First Church of God, and enjoys knitting, scrapbooking, reading, and spending time with her family.
 

Selected Presentations/Publications:

Journal Publication (Submitted-Accepted): 

Kunz, M., Ratliff, J. M., Blankenbuehler, M.,Bard, T. (2013) A Preliminary Examination Of Sustainable Disclosures On Fortune 500 Company Websites. Academy of Strategic Management Journal

National Conference Presentation: 

Kunz, M., Ratliff, J.M., Blankenbuehler, M.Bard, T. (2013) How Green Are They?  A Snapshot of What Fortune 500 Companies Post On Their Websites. Allied Academics International Conference, New Orleans, LA

Regional Conference Presentation: 

Blankenbuehler, M. (2011) Is Virtual Virtually the Same? An Exploration of Student and Advisor/Perceptions Toward E-Advising. NACADA Regional Meeting, Knoxville TN 

 

Nadeera Ekanayake
Nadeera Ekanayake, from Sri Lanka, is a graduate student in the Department of Applied Engineering and Technology. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Information Technology from Sri Lanka Institute of Information Technology(SLIIT). She has more than 3 years of industrial experience working as a software engineer for an ERP software development company. Nadeera joined MSU in spring 2012 and works as a graduate assistant in the AET department.

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