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Best wishes, Marta
Seeking New Ph. D. Students in Management
Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Are you passionately curious about how organizations operate and how they can reshape our world? Our Ph.D. in Management prepares you for a rewarding and impactful career as a management scholar and professor engaged in research, teaching, and consulting.
We are recruiting exceptional students for our Ph.D. program in Management, with courses beginning in Fall 2021. We are evaluating applications on a rolling basis; the deadline is January 20, 2021.
What Distinguishes Our Program?
Our faculty focuses on developing positive mentoring relationships with each student and inviting them into a collaborative scholarly community. Students engage intensively in collaborative projects with faculty members beginning in their first year in order to develop well-rounded research, teaching, and consulting skills.
Our faculty have placed former students at some of the world's best universities. Their research has been published in the management field's top scholarly journals, has won numerous awards, and has been used by a wide variety of organizations to make important decisions. They serve on the editorial boards of the best academic journals and play influential leadership roles in various divisions of the Academy of Management.
Management Faculty Profiles:
Michael Blomfield (Ph.D., London Bus Schl) – innovation; corporate investment in science
Marta B. Calás (Ph.D., UMass Amherst) – critical organizational analyses; transnational management
Aurora Liu Genin (Ph.D. York U.) - innovation & entrepreneurship; corporate strategies
Emily Heaphy (Ph.D., U Michigan) – the changing nature of work relationships; emotions
Charles J. Johnson (JD, U Virginia Law School) – entrepreneurship center associate director
Mzamo Mangaliso (Ph.D., UMass Amherst) – behavioral strategy; emerging markets; uncertainty
Charles C. Manz (Ph.D., Penn State) – self-leadership; empowering leadership; shared leadership
Jennifer Merton (JD, UConn Law) – small business planning & succession; ethics; environmental law
Thomas Moliterno (Ph.D., UC Irvine) – human capital resources; strategic decision-making
Bogdan Prokopovych (Ph.D., U Rhode Island) – sustainability; social entrepreneurship
Feng Qiu (Ph.D., U Oregon) – ethics; whistleblowing; helping behaviors; emotions
Orlando Richard (Ph.D., U Kentucky) – managing diversity; organizational justice; leadership
Anurag Sharma (Ph.D., UNC Chapel Hill) – strategy & financial markets, MNEs, emerging economies
Bruce Skaggs (Ph.D., Penn State) – organizational knowledge creation & coordination; service firms
Gregory Thomas (MBA, Clark Atlanta) – entrepreneurship; innovation; strategic planning
Cristina Vlas (Ph.D., UTexas at Dallas) – organizational learning; patenting; diversity; CEO personality
Incoming Faculty Profiles:
Jennifer Kish-Gephart (Ph.D., Penn State) – behavioral ethics; social class; gender; inequality
Giuseppe (Joe) Labianca (Ph.D., Penn State) – managing conflict; social networks; org design
UMass Amherst, the flagship campus of the University of Massachusetts system, sits on nearly 1,450 acres in the scenic Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts, 90 miles from Boston and 175 miles from New York City. The Town of Amherst gracefully combines colonial charm with the vigor of one of New England's major educational centers, the Five College Consortium: Smith, Hampshire, Amherst, and Mount Holyoke Colleges and The University of Massachusetts Amherst. This area of Western Massachusetts offers an exhilarating degree of social, cultural and recreational diversity.
If you are interested in our program, please contact the in-coming Program Coordinator, Joe (Giuseppe) Labianca, for more information.
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