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Faculty and Research - Welcomer

Stephanie Welcomer, Associate Professor Management and Associate Dean

Phone:
207-581-1968

E-mail/Web:
Welcomer@maine.edu

Address:
Maine Business School
University of Maine
5723 DP Corbett Business Building, Room 211
Orono, ME 04469-5723

Education:
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University (1997)

Teaching Areas:

  • Strategic Management
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility

Publications:

“How to Communicate with Farmers about Climate Change:  Farmers’ Perceptions and Adaptations to Increasingly Variable Weather Patterns in Maine,” with John Jemison, Damon Hall and Jane Haskell, Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems and Community Development.  Forthcoming.

“A cross cultural assessment of three theories of pro environmental behavior: A comparison of Chile and the United States,” 2011. with Mark Cordano, Robert Scherer, Lorena Pradena and Victor Parada.  Environment & Behavior,  43(5): 634 – 657.

“Reinventing vs. Restoring Sustainability in the Maine Woods: Narratives of Progress and Decline,” 2010. Organization & Environment. 23(1): 55-75.

“Understanding cultural differences in the antecedents of pro-environmental behavior: A comparative analysis of business students in the United States and Chile,” with Mark Cordano, Robert Scherer, Lorena Pradena and Victor Parada. 2010. Journal of Environmental Education. 41(04): 224–238.

“Strategic Planning,” with Kenneth Nichols. 2009.The Handbook of Technology Management, 3 Volume Set, Hossein Bidgoli, Editor-in-Chief, Copyright  John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, N.J, 07030.

“Tied to the Past – Bound to the Future: Ceremonial Encapsulation in a Maine Woods Land Use Policy,” with Mark Haggerty. 2007. Journal of Economic Issues. 41(2): 383-390.

“Who Speaks for the Trees?  Voice and Legitimacy for a Sustainable World,” with L. M. Sama, S. A. Welcomer, and V. W. Gerde.  2004.  New Perspectives in Research on Corporate Sustainability: Stakeholders, Environment and Society, Editors Sanjay Sharma and Mark Starik, Edgar Elgar Publishing.

 


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