This research will demonstrate that viewing college Web registration as a remote computer access technology is flawed because this technology is only one component of a multifaceted system.
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Dr Kopp has been at Siena College since 1984, serving as Chair of Finance, founding Co-chair of the Business School's Assessment program, and member of the College Core Curriculum and Faculty Status Committees. Dr Kopp's research interests lie in the areas of academic assessment, financial forecasting and international finance. He has presented research and workshops at National Wellness Conferences, the Northeast Decision Sciences Institute, the Academy of Business Management, the Academy of Business Education, New York State Economics Association and regional meetings of the National Academic Advising Association. In addition to his work in finance and assessment, he referees for the New York State's Economics Association's journal.
Professor Rosetti has been a member of the faculty at Siena College since 1985, and has recently returned to the classroom on a full time basis at Siena after serving for a number of years in administrative capacities as the Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs, Interim Dean of the School of Business, and Assistant Dean of the School of Business. His primary teaching specialty is Strategic Marketing. His research interests are focused on strategic planning on the college campus. This has resulted in papers at the National Computers on Campus Conference, the National Assessment Institute, the National Wellness Conference, the Academy of Business Education National Conference, the Northeastern Regional Academic Advising Association Conference as well as the International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Change in Organisations.
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