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Tina Williams PhD

Management & Quantitative Methods, Department Chairperson
Management and Quantitative Methods
Office
State Farm Hall of Business - SFH 250B
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Biography

Dr. Tina Williams is the Chairperson and an Associate Professor in the MQM Department. She earned her Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management at Florida State University

Current Courses

120.001Diversity, Inclusion and Equity in the Workplace

498.001Professional Practice: Intern/Coop Ed In Management

398.001Professional Practice: Internship In Management

298.001Professional Practice:Internship/Cooperative Ed In Management

Teaching Interests & Areas

Tina has taught courses in Organizational Behavior, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Cross Cultural Management, and Business in Multicultural Environments.

Research Interests & Areas

In her research, Dr. Williams examines the effects of underemployment, volition, and economic stressors on individuals and organizations. In addition to these topics, she has interests in workplace diversity, equity, inclusion, and access as well as the academic success and retention of students of color and first-generation students.

PhD

Florida State University

MBA

University of West Georgia

BS

Auburn University

Book, Chapter

Thompson, K., & Dustin, S. Guess who's coming to deliver?: A meaningful classroom conversation about microaggressions.. Suzanne de Janasz & Joanna Crossman (EDs), Teaching Human Resource Management: An Experiential Approach. Edward Elgar (2018)
Thompson, K., & Dustin, S. Two sides of the same coin: Considering overqualification from the employer and employee perspectives. Suzanne de Janasz & Joanna Crossman (EDs), Teaching Human Resource Management: An Experiential Approach. Edward Elgar (2018)

Journal Article

Fiorito, J., Gallagher, D., Russell, Z., & Thompson, K. Precarious work, young workers, and union-related attitudes: Distrust of employers, workplace collective efficacy, and union efficacy. Labor Studies Journal 46 (2021): 5-32.
Thompson, K.W. and Dustin, S. (2019), "Guess who’s coming to deliver? Tough decisions about race in the workplace", The CASE Journal, Vol. 15 No. 5, pp. 416-440. https://doi.org/10.1108/TCJ-01-2018-0020
Russell, Z., Ferris, G., Thompson, K., & Sikora, D. Overqualified human resources, career development experiences, and work outcomes: Leveraging an underutilized resource with political skill human resource management review. Human Resource Management Review 26.2 (2016): 125-135.
Munyon, T., Summers, J., Thompson, K., & Ferris, G. Political Skill and Work Outcomes: A Theoretical Extension, Meta-Analytic Investigation, and Agenda for the Future. Personnel Psychology 68 (2015): 143-184.
Thompson, K., Sikora, D., Perrewe, P., & Ferris, G. Employment qualifications, person - job fit, underemployment attributions, and hiring recommendations: A three-study investigation. International Journal of Selection and Assessment 23 (2015): 247-262.

Presentations

Examining Outcomes of Overqualified Individuals with the Protean Career Orientation. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. (2018)
HR DIVISION MIDDLE-STAGE DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM This workshop is geared toward HR doctoral students in the middle of their program. The goal of this workshop is to help these students navigate the collection of career issues that begin to emerge when students are about halfway through a doctoral program. In many U.S. programs, the middle stage is a critical point. Students are expected to begin the transition into independent scholars, start building professional networks, move beyond the structure of courses and exams, and develop skills as an instructor. Workshop topics are designed to help these students develop the knowledge and skills required to be successful at this stage and continue their development into strong researchers and teachers. Through panel and round-table discussions led by leading HR scholars, students will reflect on the process and lessons of research, teaching, and life in academia. Sessions will focus on transitioning to teaching, developing a scholarly profile, and career development and career choices.. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. (2018)
HR DIVISION MIDDLE-STAGE DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM This workshop is geared toward HR doctoral students in the middle of their program. The goal of this workshop is to help these students navigate the collection of career issues that begin to emerge when students are about halfway through a doctoral program. In many U.S. programs, the middle stage is a critical point. Students are expected to begin the transition into independent scholars, start building professional networks, move beyond the structure of courses and exams, and develop skills as an instructor. Workshop topics are designed to help these students develop the knowledge and skills required to be successful at this stage and continue their development into strong researchers and teachers. Through panel and round-table discussions led by leading HR scholars, students will reflect on the process and lessons of research, teaching, and life in academia. Sessions will focus on transitioning to teaching, developing a scholarly profile, and career development and career choices.. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. (2017)
I served as the Co-organizer and Facilitator of the Doctoral Student Consortium at the Midwest Academy of Management Meeting in 2017.. Midwest Academy of Management. (2017)
Revisiting underemployment: Measure development and the role of volition. Academy of Management. (2017)
HR DIVISION MIDDLE-STAGE DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM This workshop is geared toward HR doctoral students in the middle of their program. The goal of this workshop is to help these students navigate the collection of career issues that begin to emerge when students are about halfway through a doctoral program. In many U.S. programs, the middle stage is a critical point. Students are expected to begin the transition into independent scholars, start building professional networks, move beyond the structure of courses and exams, and develop skills as an instructor. Workshop topics are designed to help these students develop the knowledge and skills required to be successful at this stage and continue their development into strong researchers and teachers. Through panel and round-table discussions led by leading HR scholars, students will reflect on the process and lessons of research, teaching, and life in academia. Sessions will focus on transitioning to teaching, developing a scholarly profile, and career development and career choices.. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. (2016)
Employment situation as an underemployment attribution. Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. (2015)
Age, precarious work, and union-related attitudes. Society for the Advancement of Socio-economics. (2014)
Employment Qualifications, Fit, Attributions, and Hiring Recommendation: A Three-Study Examination. Academy of Management Annual Meeting. (2014)
Employment Qualifications, Fit, Attributions, and Hiring Recommendation: A Three-Study Examination. Academy of Management Annual National Meeting. (2014)
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