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  Graduate School-New Brunswick 2005-2007 Programs, Faculty, and Courses Industrial Relations and Human Resources 545  

Industrial Relations and Human Resources 545

Degree Programs Offered:Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy

Director of Graduate Program:Professor Susan Jackson, Janice Levin Building, Livingston Campus (732/445-5447)

Members of the Graduate Faculty

John R. Aiello, Professor of Psychology, FAS-NB; Ph.D., Michigan State
Industrial and organizational psychology; environmental stress; nonverbal communication

Clayton P. Alderfer, Professor of Psychology, GSAPP; Ph.D., Yale
Organizational behavior and organizational change

Eileen Appelbaum, Professor of Labor and Employment Relations, SMLR; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
High-performance work systems; women and work

Richard W. Beatty, Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., Washington
Human resource systems and planning; performance appraisal; compensation

David Bensman, Professor of Labor Studies and Employment Relations, SMLR; Ph.D., Columbia
Labor history; contemporary collective-bargaining issues; schools and education

Joseph Blasi, Professor of Labor-Management Relations, SMLR; Ed.D., Harvard
Employee ownership; employee participation in management and governance

John F. Burton, Professor Emeritus of Industrial Relations and Human Resources, SMLR; Ph.D., Michigan
Workers compensation; public-sector collective bargaining

Paula Caligiuri, Associate Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State International human resources; selection

Cary Cherniss, Professor of Psychology, GSAPP; Ph.D., Yale
Job stress and burnout; careers; organizational change; supervision

Sue Cobble, Professor of Labor Studies and Employment Relations, SMLR; Ph.D., Stanford
Women and work; labor history; union leadership

Steven M. Director, Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., Northwestern
Human resource policy, planning, and evaluation; financial analysis of human resources and labor relations decisions

Adrienne E. Eaton, Professor of Labor and Employment Relations, SMLR; Ph.D., Wisconsin
Collective bargaining; worker and union participation in management; union organizing

Charles H. Fay, Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., Washington
Compensation, performance appraisal, human resource information systems

Stan M. Gully, Associate Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., Michigan State
Leadership and team effectiveness; training and development; multilevel theory and analysis

Charles Heckscher, Professor of Labor Studies and Employment Relations, SMLR; Ph.D., Harvard
Workplace transformation; new forms of employment representation

Mark Huselid, Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., SUNY (Buffalo)
Strategic human resource management

Susan E. Jackson, Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Strategic human resource management; work teams; workforce diversity; stress and burnout

Jeffrey H. Keefe, Associate Professor of Industrial Relations and Human
Resources, SMLR; Ph.D., Cornell Work restructuring and technology; collective bargaining; telecommunications; labor relations

Mark R. Killingsworth, Professor of Economics, FAS-NB; D.Phil., Oxford
Labor and human resources; discrimination

Douglas L. Kruse, Professor of Industrial Relations and Human Resources, SMLR; Ph.D., Harvard Profit-sharing; employee ownership; disability and employment

Barbara A. Lee, Professor of Human Resource Management and Dean, SMLR; Ph.D., Ohio State Employment law; employee relations

David Lepak, Associate Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State
Strategic human resource management

Jean Phillips, Associate Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., Michigan State

Leadership; teams; learning organizations; job search/recruitment

Saul Rubinstein, Associate Professor of Labor Studies and Employment Relations, SMLR; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Work systems; organizational transformation

Randall S. Schuler, Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., Michigan State
Strategic and international human resource management

Lisa Schur, Associate Professor of Labor Studies and Employment Relations, SMLR; J.D., Northwestern; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Labor law and employment law; work and disability

Carl Edward Van Horn, Professor of Public Policy, EJBSPPP; Ph.D., Ohio State
American political institutions, public policy

Paula Voos, Professor of Labor Studies and Employment Relations, SMLR; Ph.D., Harvard Collective bargaining; labor markets

John D. Worrall, Professor of Economics, FAS-C; Ph.D., Rutgers
Worker's compensation; property-casualty insurance; labor economics

Associate Members of the Graduate Faculty

Niki Dickerson, Assistant Professor of Labor Studies and Employment Relations, SMLR; Ph.D., Michigan
Labor market demographics, economic sociology, survey research and design

Janice Fine, Assistant Professor of Labor Studies and Employment Relations, SMLR; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Low-wage work; African-American and immigrant workers; organizing strategies

Hui Liao, Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., Minnesota
Service performance, work group dynamics, diversity

Claudia G. Meer, Associate Extension Specialist, SMLR; Ed.D., Rutgers
Education in industry; training and development; adult learning

James Sesil, Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management, SMLR; Ph.D., London School of Economics Strategic human resource management; pay systems


 
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