Becky Reichard (Social Science, Policy & Evaluation) published “Why Do So Few Women Become High-Growth Entrepreneurs? Gender Stereotyping Effects on Entrepreneurial Self-Efficacy and High-Growth Entrepreneurial Intention” in the Journal of Small Business and Enterprise Development with G.L. Sweida. Reichard was a visiting scholar at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. She had several conference presentations as well: “Adolescent Involvement in Clubs and Sports: Development of Adult Civic Leaders” at the Society for Research on Child Development in Seattle; “Training Cross-Cultural Psychological Capital in South Africa” at the University of Nebraska Festschrift celebration honoring Fred Luthans in Lincoln, Nebraska; “Cross-Cultural Psychological Capital: Having a HERO (Hope, Efficacy, Resilience, and Optimism) in Cross-Cultural Trigger Events” at the International Positive Psychology Association meeting in Los Angeles; “Leader Development: Role of Early Family Environment and Sports Participation” at the American Psychological Association meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii; “Timing of Leader Development Support and Developmental Trajectories” at the Academy of Management meeting in Lake Buena Vista, Florida; and scholar-in-residence at the National Leadership Symposium on “Leadership Readiness: Exploring Student Development in the Context of Leadership Education” in Louisville, Kentucky.