Apparel Merchandising & Management
Faculty Research

Faculty Research Areas for 2010-2011
Peer Reviewed Papers

H. Im

  • Im, H., & Lennon, S. J., & Stoel, L. (2010). The perceptual fluency effect on pleasurable online experience. Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing, 4(4), 280-295.
  • Im, H., & Ha, S. (2010) “An exploration of the cognitive-affective model of satisfaction in a shopping context: A testing of competing models. The Service Industries Journal. 31(13) Available online: 28 Sep 2010, DOI:10.1080/02642069.2010.504983.

P. Kilduff

  • Chi, T; Kilduff, PDF; (2010) "An empirical investigation of the determinants and shifting patterns of U.S. apparel imports using a gravity model framework" Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, Volume: 14, Issue: 3.

M. Senanayake

  • Senanayake, M. M. & Little, T.J. (2010). Mass Customization: Points and Extent of Apparel Customization, Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management. Volume 14, Issue 2.

 

Abstracts/ Conference Proceedings – Peer Reviewed

R. Heimler

  • Heimler, R., (2010) “College Graduate, Faculty, and Human Resource Manager Attitudes of the Importance of Skills Acquired in College and Needed For Job Performance and Career Advancement Potential”,  Refereed abstract in the Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii, January 7th-10th.

H. Im

  • Ha, S., & Im, H. (2010). A multi-level investigation of the effects of congruence in an apparel shopping context.” Refereed abstract in the Proceedings of the International Textiles and Apparel Association (ITAA) Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
  • Im, H., & Ha, Y. (2010). The effect of interactivity on student learning: Creating flow experience.” Refereed abstract in the Proceedings of the International Textiles and Apparel Association (ITAA) Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

P. Kilduff

  • Argueta, C and Kilduff, PDF (2010) “The Evolution of National Textile Industries: The Influence of Factor Endowments”. Refereed abstract in the proceedings of the Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA.

C. Regan

  • Regan, C. & Roberts, R. (2010). “Teaching apparel technical design: A professor and student’s perspective.” Refereed abstract in the proceedings of the International Textiles and Apparel Association (ITAA) Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
  • Hernandez, E. & Regan, C. (2010) “CAD Programs to Assist in Early Stages of Design Process.” Refereed abstract in the proceedings of the International Textiles and Apparel Association (ITAA) Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.

M. Senanayake

  • Zhang, Y., Raheja, A. & Senanayake, M. (2010). “Digital Camera Based Automated Human Body Measurements.” Proceedings of the IPCV'10 - 14th International Conference on Image Processing, Computer Vision, & Pattern Recognition, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Senanayake, M (2010). “Community Service Learning as a strategy for improved learning effectiveness.”  Poster paper in the proceedings of the 13th CSU Symposium on University Teaching, Teaching Resource Center, CSU San Bernardino, CA.
  • Zhang, Y. Senanayake, M. & Raheja A. (2010). “Development of a Single Camera Body Scanning System”. Refereed abstract in the Proceedings of the International Textiles and Apparel Association (ITAA) Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
  • Vang, M. & Senanayake, M. (2010). Consumer barriers to apparel mass customization, Refereed abstract in the proceedings of the Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA.

Abstracts/ Conference Proceedings - NOT peer reviewed

  • Senanayake, Muditha. (2010). Consumer barriers to the acceptance of apparel mass customization, Provost Symposium on Faculty Scholarship and Teaching, December 10th, Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA.

Grant Applications and External Funding

External Grant Applications

  • Heimler, R and Kilduff, PDF, “Skills and Competencies Needed by Graduates of Agricultural Programs for Entry-Level Employment in the California Agricultural Sector” Agricultural Research Initiative.  Total project value $23,880 (ARI $11,940) and in kind match of $11,940 from the US Forestry Service.  Status: funded.
  • Heimler, R, Kilduff, PDF, and Merlino, N, “Focus On the Future: Cultivating a Multicultural 21st Century Workforce in the U.S. Agricultural Sector.”  USDA/NIFA HSI Education Grants Program. Value: $299,960 (no in-kind).  Status at 6/30/11: recommended for funding.
  • Senanayake, M. and Raheja, M., “ Need Analysis: Assessing Technology Literacy Skills for Hispanic and other Minority College Students”.  University Of California / California State University / Community College Collaborations on New Agriculture, Environment and Human Sciences Projects.  Total project value: $10,000.  Status: funded.
  • Regan, C. (Winter 2010). Use of portable digital devices in the creative design process supported by a grant from ARI sponsored release time ($10,600). Proposal is for submission to National Science Foundation Creative IT grant.

Internal Grant Funds (RSCA)

  • Im, H “Effect of online interactive instructional materials on student engagement and learning experience”.  RSCA Funds. Value $4,972.  Status: awarded.
  • Senanayake, M. “Automated body measurement extraction using 2-D photographs” RSCA Funds, $4,994.  Status: awarded.