Ph.D., Industrial/Organizational Psychology, University of Tennessee B.A., Management and Psychology, The University of Northern Iowa
Jennifer Robin, Ph.D. is the Associate Dean and an Associate Professor in the Department of Management and Leadership in the Foster College of Business at Bradley University. She is an expert in leadership development, organizational culture, and strategic human resource management and a certified Life Design Coach. Jennifer has coauthored three books and her current research interests involve the interface between personal and organizational identity. She is a former Senior Consultant at Great Place to Work Institute, continuing to provide adjunct consulting and support when needed.
Jennifer holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of Tennessee and undergraduate degrees in both Human Resource Management and Psychology from the University of Northern Iowa. She is also an affiliate of several professional organizations including the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, the Academy of Management, and the American Psychological Association. In her spare time, Jennifer can be found in airports and coffee shops unless she is swimming, biking or running.
Jennifer’s courses are theory based, but focus on the personal application of theory and each student’s potential as a leader and successful professional. She has won several teaching and advising awards, including Bradley University’s prestigious Caterpillar New Faculty Award for Teaching, Phi Chi Theta’s Outstanding Faculty Award, and Foster College of Business awards for Outstanding Advisor and Outstanding Organization Advisor.
M L 415 Diversity in the Workplace
EMBA Modules Including: Leadership Immersion and Attracting and Developing Talent
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology