Assistant Professor of Management
Department of Management, Marketing & Logistics

Ph.D. University of Akron
B.A. Baldwin-Wallace College

Background
Rosanna Miguel, Ph.D., SPHR is an assistant professor in the Boler School of Business where she teaches Human Resource Management/Organizational Behavior. Rosanna received her Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology at the University of Akron. Prior to that, Rosanna received a B.A. in Business Administration and Psychology at Baldwin Wallace College. More recently, Rosanna became certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources by the Society for Human Resource Management. Rosanna brings over ten years of consulting/industry experience in a variety of human resource functions. She offers expertise in the use of data-driven approaches to develop and validate human resource systems, including employee staffing, performance management, leadership development, and assessment.

Courses
Dr. Miguel teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, and Leadership.

Research
Dr. Miguel’s primary stream of research is in the use of assessment to select, recruit and retain organizational talent, particularly in public sector organizations and non-government organizations. This includes the exploration of potential mediator and moderator variables such as individual values and motivation. Rosanna’s secondary stream of research is in leadership development and education, Rosanna’s work has been published in Journal of Business Psychology, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Journal of Management Education, Journal of Leadership Education, and Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. In addition, Rosanna has presented her research in numerous internationally recognized conferences in her field.

Recognition
Dr. Miguel recently received an outstanding paper award in management education from the Southern Management Association for a paper she co-authored with Dr. Scott Allen and Dr. Nathan Hartman.