Jennifer Flanagan, Ph.D.
Business & Economics
Dr. Flanagan teaches courses in organizational behavior and other management areas, pushing students to incorporate writing and research in their work, improve upon communication skills, and apply theories to real-world scenarios.
Ph.D., Educational Psychology (specialization in Business Management), Texas A&M University - Commerce, Commerce, Tx, 2009
Doctors Degree or Equivalent, Post-Doctoral Degree –Management & Marketing Bridge Pgrm. (PDBP), University of Florida, Gainesville, Fl, 2015
M.B.A., Business Administration, Texas Woman's University, Denton, Tx, 2004
B.S., Business Administration, Texas A&M University - Commerce, Commerce, Tx, 1998
Stereotypes; Stereotype Threat; Diversity in Organizations; Organizational Behavior; Issues in Higher Education; Assessment; Student Performance; Workplace Issues
Marked inside and out: an exploration of perceived stigma of the tattooed in the workplace
Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion: An International Journal (2019)
Jennifer Flanagan, V Lewis
Technology and Assessment: A focused comparison of three university business schools and their use of technology in the assessment process
AALHE Intersection (2017)
Jennifer Flanagan, Courtney Kernek, MaryAnne Doty
Global Citizenship Identification and Willingness to Protest Unethical Corporations
International Journal of Business and Globalisation (2017)
S Reysen, I Katzarska-Miller, S Gibson, Jennifer Flanagan
A Comparison of the Views of College of Business Deans and Faculty on Undeserved Authorships.
Journal of Education For Business (2015)
Gender and the Workplace: The Impact of Stereotype Threat on Self-Assessment of Management Skills of Female Business Students
Advancing Women in Leadership (2015)
Online v. Live-Taught: Analysis of Gender and Course Format in Undergraduate Business Statistics Courses in Relation to Online Corporate Training.
Academy of Business Journal (2014)
- Academy of Business Research
- Academy of Management
- Midwest Academy of Management