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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 School of Management and Labor Relations General Information Faculty  


Vikrant Advani; M.A., Rutgers
Labor and employment relations

Eric Blanc; Ph.D., New York

Joseph R. Blasi; Ed.D., Harvard
Sociology of organizations

Dana Britton, Chair, Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations; Ph.D., Texas (Austin)
Gender and work; gender and social control

William Brucher; Ph.D., Brown
Labor education

Nichelle Carpenter; Ph.D., Texas A&M
Industrial/organizational psychology

William Castellano; Ph.D., Rutgers
Industrial relations and human resources

Tracy F.H. Chang, Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Ph.D., Iowa

Rosemarie Cipparulo; J.D., Rutgers
Union-side labor law; employment law; constitutional law; and civil rights matters

Douglas Coffey; M.B.A., St. John's

Ashley Conway; M.A., American
Workplace development; communications; occupational safety and health

James M. Cooney; J.D., School of Law, Miami

Sheri Davis; Ph.D., Emory
American studies

Lindsay Yasmin Dhanani; Ph.D., Central Florida
Industrial/organizational psychology

William Dwyer; M.A., Rutgers

Adrienne Eaton, Dean of Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations; Ph.D., Wisconsin
Industrial relations

Hadi El-Farr; Director, Online Professional Master of Human Resource Management Program; Ph.D., Leeds
Knowledge management; diversity issues; labor economics

Jie (Jasmine) Feng; Ph.D., Wisconsin (Madison)

David A. Ferio, Director, Master of Human Resource Management Program; A.B.D., Stevens Institute of Technology

Janice Fine; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Political science

Rebecca Kolins Givan; Ph.D., Northwestern
Health care work and the public sector

Rebecca Greenbaum, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Ph.D., Central Florida

Ryan Greenbaum, Director, Undergraduate Program in Human Resource Management; M.B.A., Oklahoma State 

Joo Hun Han; Ph.D., Maryland
Strategic HRM compensation

Christopher Hayes; Ph.D., Rutgers

Charles Heckscher; Ph.D., Harvard

Lawrence Houston III; Ph.D., Pennsylvania State
Industrial-organizational psychology

Hazel-Anne M. Johnson-Marcus; Ph.D., South Florida
Industrial-organizational psychology

William Kane; Ph.D., Fielding Graduate
Organizational development and change

Carla Katz; J.D., Seton Hall

Maria L. Kraimer; Ph.D., Illinois (Chicago)
Business administration and human resource management

Douglas Kruse; Ph.D., Harvard

Sheila Lawrence; Ph.D., Rutgers
Statistical analysis; quality management; problem-solving

Barbara A. Lee; Ph.D., Ohio State; J.D., Georgetown
Higher education administration

Tamara Lee; Ph.D., Cornell
Political economic reform in Cuba; U.S. labor and employment law

Mingwei Liu, Associate Dean for Research; Ph.D., Cornell
Industrial and labor relations

Xiangmin (Helen) Liu; Ph.D., Cornell
Human resource studies

Anne-Michelle Marsden; M.S., Florida State
Human sciences

Carmen Martino; M.A., Rutgers
Labor studies

Joseph McCune; Ph.D., Michigan State
Industrial/organizational psychology

Jessica R. Methot, Director, Ph.D. Program in Industrial Relations and Human Resources; Ph.D., Florida

Christopher Michael; Ph.D., City University of New York, political science;
J.D., City University of New York School of Law

Akhila Naik; J.D., City University of New York School of Law

Julie Peters; M.A., Centenary

Danielle Phillips-Cunningham; Ph.D., Rutgers
Women's and gender studies

Yana van der Muelen Rodgers; Ph.D., Harvard

Ralph Rodriguez; Ph.D., Temple
Organizational communication; human resource management

Peter Rokkos; J.D., Boston, School of Law

Saul Rubinstein; Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Impact of changes in work organization on firms and unions

Francis Ryan; Director, Master of Labor and Employment Relations Program; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Unionization in the public sector and retail industries; 20th-century working-class politics

Tobias Schulze-Cleven; Ph.D., California
Comparative/international employment relations; comparative political economy; European politics

Lisa Schur; J.D., Northeastern; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)

Susan J. Schurman; Ph.D., Michigan
Union effectiveness; workplace safety and health

Scott Seibert; Ph.D., Cornell
Organizational behavior; careers; leadership and motivation; entrepreneurship 

Marilyn Sneiderman; M.S.W., Wisconsin
Labor and organizing

Michael C. Sturman, Chair, Department of Human Resource Management; Ph.D., Cornell
Employee performance; compensation; pay-for-performance; HR analytics

Kyra Leigh Sutton; Ph.D., Ohio State
Labor and human resources

Jim Terez; M.A., Rutgers; M.B.A., New York

Christopher To; Ph.D., New York

Todd E. Vachon; Ph.D., Connecticut

Michelle Van Noy; Ph.D., Columbia
Sociology and education

Paula B. Voos, Academic Program Director, Labor Studies and Employment Relations Programs; Ph.D., Harvard

Naomi R Williams; Ph.D., Wisconsin (Madison)

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