Fulbright Visiting Scholar from India to speak at APSU
October 23, 2002
Dr. T. J. Kamalanabhan, an international expert in entrepreneurial behavior, will lecture at Austin Peay Oct. 24.
Kamalanabhan, associate professor of organizational behavior in the department of humanities and social sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India, will present “Human Resource Management Practices: A Cross-cultural Perspective on Psychological Testing” at 2 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 24 in room 206, Clement Building.
Kamalanabhan agreed to visit APSU because he was the doctoral adviser of Dr. Uma Iyer, assistant professor of psychology. Although he will be speaking to one of Iyer's classes, 35 additional seats in the room are available, so other interested students, faculty and staff are invited to attend.
Kamalanabhan, who has done extensive research on entrepreneurship and related topics, has published numerous journal articles and presented several papers at international conferences.
As a Fulbright Visiting Scholar, he currently is visiting the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, College of Business and Economics, Washington State University at Pullman.
Prior to his residency in the United States, he visited Germany through a fellowship with the German Academic Exchange Program. He also has been a visiting professor at a university in Malaysia.