<P>18 addressed the same topic at the McKinney Rotary Club and the Uptown Rotary Club in Dallas. In April, he was the keynote speaker at Duke University at the Association for Corporate Growth Capital Conference. In May, Weinstein attended the U.S.-Azerbaijan Convention: Vision for the Future in Baku, Azerbaijan, and presented a discussion titled The Transanatolian Pipeline and Energy Diversity for Europe. In June, he addressed U.S. energy policy at the Santa Fe Council on International Relations. Weinstein presented Economic Outlook for the U.S., Texas and DFW: Mid-Year Assessment at a meeting of the Texas Society of CPAs-Fort Worth chapter. Energy and The Economy was the topic when he spoke to the Allen-Fairview Chamber of Commerce, also in June. At the Dallas-Fort Worth Association for Business Economics, his discussion was titled Can the U.S. Achieve Energy Independence and Should That Be the Goal of Public Policy? In July, Weinstein spoke to the Dallas Society of Petroleum Engineers about ways the U.S. can live up to its energy potential. Also in July, Weinstein testi?ed before the U.S. House Subcommittee on Agriculture, Energy and Trade about how recently proposed regulations could affect U.S. small businesses. Highlights of his testimony were posted on the Bush Center 4 Growth Project blog. Weinstein is a Bush Fellow. Jiewei Jeff Yu, assistant professor of accounting, had his co-authored paper The Spillover Effect of Fraudulent Financial Reporting on Peer Firms Investment Efficiency accepted for publication in the Journal of Accounting and Economics. Q at the SEC and at the Commodities Futures Trading Commission. He was the only academic to participate as a panelist. Venkataraman presented his paper Insider Trading before Unscheduled Corporate Events: Theory and Evidence at Rice University and again at the 2013 Stern Microstructure Conference at NYU. In May, Venkataraman presented his paper Introducing Daylight in Structured Credit Products at the 2013 Society for Financial Studies Cavalcade in Miami. Dimitris Vrettos, assistant professor of accounting, will have his research paper Are Relative Performance Measures in CEO Incentive Contracts Used for Risk Reduction and/ or for Strategic Interaction? published in Accounting Review. Gordon Walker, David B. Miller Professor of Business and chair of the Strategy and Entrepreneurship Department, presented his paper Ownership of the Firm and Product Innovation in Chinese Manufacturing, 1998- 2007, co-authored with Frank Xia, at the Organization Science Winter Conference in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Walker presented The Dynamics of Venture Capital Network Position and Performance, 1980- 2001 at the University of Florida in February. Bernard Weinstein, associate director of the Maguire Energy Institute and adjunct professor of business economics, traveled to Lubbock and El Paso to speak to community groups about the need for the U.S. to develop and adhere to a cohesive energy policy. He Greg Sommers, professor of practice in accounting and director of the Master of Science in Accounting program, received a $10,000 award through the PwC INQuires program. PwC has awarded over $2.5 million through this program since 2007 to fund curriculum redesign for current developments in the profession or to incorporate sustainability, development of diversity initiatives and applied research projects. Sommers will use the award to complete a new textbook on valuation, with particular emphasis on accounting-based valuation, currently being co-authored with Peter Easton at Notre Dame. Johan Sulaeman, assistant professor of ?nance, and his co- authors received the Best Paper Award in Corporate Finance at the 2013 Eastern Finance Association annual meeting for their paper titled Institutional Trading During a Wave of Corporate Scandals: ‘Perfect Payday? He was interviewed in July by the trade publication aiCIO about his co- authored paper Are Institutional Investors Truly Skilled or Merely Opportunistic? Kumar Venkataraman, Fabacher Endowed Professor of Alternative Asset Management and Finance Department chair, served as a panelist at the Securities and Exchange Commissions Fixed Income Roundtable in Washington, D.C., in April. He also presented his paper Should Exchanges Impose Market Maker Obligations? COX 2013 FACULTY AND STAFF AWARDS At the 2013 Faculty and Staff Awards Luncheon in May, Dean Niemi recognized several members of the Cox faculty and staff for their contributions to the school. Rick Briesch and Kumar Venkataraman received the ELCSB Research Excellence Award. Jay Carson received the Carl Sewell Distinguished Service to the Community Award. Don Shelly received the C. Jackson Grayson Endowed Faculty Innovation Award. Barry Bryan received the Eugene T. Byrne Endowed Faculty Innovation Award. Bill Dillon received the Boghetich Family Distinguished Teaching Award. Barry Bryan, Judy Foxman, Barbara Kincaid, Don Shelly, Greg Sommers and Catherine Weber received BBA Outstanding Teaching Awards. David Lei, William Maxwell and Al Neimi received BBA Distinguished Teaching Awards. Jay Carson, Doug Hanna, Barbara Kincaid and Susan Riffe received MBA Outstanding Teaching Awards. Barry Bryan, Darius Miller, Tassu Shervani and Don Vandewalle received MBA Distinguished Teaching Awards. Media Expert Awards were presented to faculty who received the most media coverage in 2012; the first-place winner was Bernard Weinstein. Other faculty winners included Bruce Bullock, W. Michael Cox, Mike Davis, Steve Denson, Edward Fox, Daniel Howard and Al Niemi. Dean Niemi also recognized staff members nominated by their peers for their outstanding service. 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