Dewaynna Horn, Ph.D.
Associate Dean for Accreditation
Associate Professor of Management
Business & Economics
Dewaynna Horn, PhD, teaches graduate management courses and has an active research agenda in organizational behavior. She examines individual characteristics such as attitude, personality, values and leadership traits; individual processes such as perceptions, job engagement and career decision making; and the influence these factors on teams, individuals and organizational outcomes. Horn also brings real world experiences to her classes by collaborating with the Women's Business Enterprise Alliance. Her students work with existing local businesses to provide strategic recommendations and her students' business plans are critiqued by industry executives. She participates in a variety of service activities in the School, the University, and the profession. Of particular note is her participation in the PhD Project which promotes diversity in business academia.
Ph.D., Management, Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi, 2009
M.B.A., Millsaps College, Else School of Management, Jackson, Mississippi, 2002
B.S., Business Administration, Belhaven College, 2000
Business Administration; Business Management; Organizational Behavior; Attitude; Personality; Values; Leadership Traits; Organizational Outcomes;
Unmasking the mystery of sex and gender between the bidirectional relationship of work-family conflict and job satisfaction.
Journal of Business Diversity (2018)
Christopher J. Mathis, Dewaynna Horn, Natasha Randle Randle, Kristena Gaylor
- Academy of Management - Careers Division Member
- Academy of Management - Organizational Behavior Division Member
- Beta Gamma Sigma- The International Honor Society
- Ph.D. Project Management Doctoral Student Association
- Southern Management Association