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Dr. Karen E. James

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Phone: (318) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: k***@***.edu
LSUS Foundation
One University Place
Shreveport, Louisiana 71115
United States

 
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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    Current MMA
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MMJ
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KAREN E. JAMES, Louisiana State University Shreveport
RELATIONSHIP SELLING: A SUPERIOR WAY OF CONDUCTING BUSINESS ON B2B MARKET. AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF AN INTERNATIONAL FAST TRANSPORTATION SERVICES PROVIDER ON THE ROMANIAN MARKET
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KAREN E. JAMES, Louisiana State University in Shreveport
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KAREN E. JAMES, Louisiana State University at Shreveport
Marketing Management Association
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Karen James
Louisiana State University-Shreveport
kjames@lsus.edu
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Karen E. James, Webmaster Department of Management & Marketing
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Website Administrator: Karen James
Board Members
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Karen James Louisiana State University - Shreveport
The Shreveport Times
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Karen James' first foray into the competitive bass fishing ranks wasn't a resounding success, at least not by typical fishing standards.
James, 44, an associate professor of marketing at LSU-Shreveport, entered the recent Women's Bassmaster Tour preview event on Lewisville Lake near Dallas as a nonboater.
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"I was apprehensive, but there was so much enthusiasm among the women competing that it eased my fears," said James, the only competitor from northwest Louisiana."I'm more comfortable fishing with other women.I didn't want to fish on a tour that was male dominated."
On the first day, James was paired with boater Kitsy Cunningham of Eufaula, Okla., and reeled in just one bass that was one inch shy of the 14-inch minimum.
The second day she rode with Rhonda Usery of Cabot, Ark., and caught several white bass, which are illegal to weigh in.But her two-day total of 0.00 left her undeterred.
"As it happens, the two pros I was with weren't on fish of any size and the lake was very different from what I'm used to fishing," James said."It was all rock with no grass, but that's one of the reasons I joined the tour ... to get to fish different places and to meet other women who fish."
And that's what made the event a success for James, despite the lack of weigh fish.
"Frankly, the camaraderie was very attractive.It was really, really a nice event," James said."The women were generally very friendly, very open, wishing each other well."
The Bossier City resident also hopes to take something from the experience into her LSUS classroom.
"From the perspective of a marketing professor, I thought it would be interesting to be involved with this from the beginning ... to watch the sport as it grows and as the tour is born," James said."I do like to bring real world examples into the classroom and this is one that some of my students might be interested in."
James began serious bass fishing while attending Southern Illinois in Carbondale, Ill.She and her husband, Marc, spent their wedding present money on a down payment for a Tracker Bass Boat, which lasted for 15 years.They currently drive a Triton 186, but are planning to move up in size, because they love fishing on Toledo Bend and need a bigger boat to navigate the winds.
James didn't just decide on a whim to join the WBT trail.
"Several people, besides my husband (Marc), either encouraged me to participate in the tournament or helped me learn more about tournament fishing and what to expect," James said."Charles (Hogg) at Bass Pro Shops was especially helpful, as were David at Travis Boating and fishing guides Mike and Cathy Wheatley.People who fish are some of the nicest individuals you will ever meet."
James has no desire to join the pro side of the women's tour nor in seeking the mega-marketing dollars that the men's tour veterans have acquired.
"I'm not in this to make money.I really feel that there are enough women who are trying to make a living at this that I don't need to step on their toes and potentially take sponsorship dollars away from them," James said."What I might do is contact some of the bait manufacturers and see if they would be interested in using me as a field tester.But that's probably as far as I'll go."
James plans to compete in the inaugural WBT regular-season event in March on Toledo Bend and has a simple goal for that venue, which she considers her home lake.
"I just want to walk the stage and weigh-in a fish," James said.
LSUS News - LSU Shreveport
www.lsus.net, 7 Nov 2006 [cached]
, Four faculty promotions have been approved for 2006-07: Dr. Karen James (marketing) from associate professor to professor; Frederick R. Parker Jr. (accounting and business law) from associate professor to professor; Dr. Bruce Wampler (accounting) from associate professor to professor, and Dr. R. Blake Dunnavent (history) from assistant professor to associate professor.
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, Dr. Karen James, professor of marketing and chair of the Management and Marketing Department, has been invited to join the Business Editorial Board of the Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching (MERLOT).She was recognized by the Board for her superior contribution in the past year in the peer review of digital scholarship.MERLOT is supported by 27 systems and institutions of higher education as well as the National Science Foundation and is endorsed by Educational Learning Initiative of EDUCAUSE.More than 150 faculty members from these institutions have been performing the peer review of instructional technology, modeled after the peer review process for research and scholarship.MERLOT Board members are selected based on expertise in the discipline, excellence in teaching, experience with technology, and participation in professional organizations.She also presented a comparison of the MOODLE and Blackboard learning systems at the fall Marketing Management Educators Conference in Nashville, Tenn., where she participated in a panel discussion, "What you Need to Know About Student Expectations."
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, Dr. Lisa A. Burke, associate professor of management and holder of the Joe and Abby Averett Professorship in Business, and Dr. Karen James, professor of marketing and chair of the Department of Management and Marketing, recently received word their paper, "Powerful or pointless: Faculty vs. student perceptions of PowerPoint usage in business education," will be a feature article in the December issue of Business Communication Quarterly.
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