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Name: Mary W Mhango
Title: Associate Professor & FCS Program Coordinator
Office: Family and Consumer Sciences/COEHS
Refereed journal articles , and books:
Niehm, L., Gregoire, M., Austin, T., & Mhango, M. (2005, November). Building
potential for entrepreneurship in family and consumer sciences. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, (in press).
Mhango, M; Niehm, L. & Marcketti, S. (2005). Small retailers' integration of
e- commerce technology: personal and business perspectives of Iowa business owners. Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship, 17(2), 70-90.
Mhango, M. W. and Niehm, L.S. (2005). The second-hand clothing distribution channel: opportunities for retail entrepreneurs in Malawi. Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, 9(3), 342- 356.
Mhango, M. W. (2000). An investigation of male and female employment
Opportunities and training needs in home economics related businesses in Botswana. Mosenodi. 8(1), 19-25.
Pratt, C.; Mhango, M.; Miller, J. & Noor, I. (1996). Family variables, nutrient intake and perceived health among Malawian women. Journal of Consumer Studies and Home Economics. 21, 75-84.
Bogopa, G., Mhango, M., & Brandon, D. (1999). Home Economics
Productivity Pupilsí Book series (1, 2, & 3). Gaborone: Macmillan Botswana Publishing Company.
Bogopa, G., Mhango, M. & Brandon, D. (1999). Home Economics for
Productivity Book 1, 2, & 3: Teachersí Guide. Gaborone: Macmillan Botswana Publishing Company.
2005 Margaret McNamara Memorial Fund, World Bank, PhD Dissertation Research
2003 Alice M. Ford Graduate Scholarship, College of Family and Consumer Sciences, Iowa State University
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