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Management Department

The Management Department offers rich academic programs and advances knowledge about people and processes in organizations. It prepares students for leadership roles in human resource, operations, and general management, enabling them to acquire the skills and competencies needed to succeed in a variety of organizations and industries. Management faculty are committed to student success by providing outstanding instruction, opportunities for experiential learning, and mentoring that focus on professional and personal fulfilment. They are also thought leaders who are advancing management theory and practice.

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Why are There Fewer Women CEOS? Media Seek Answers from USU

Why are There Fewer Women CEOS? Media Seek Answers from USU

A national conversation about the roles and rights of women in the workplace has continued for years, providing lots of material for two Utah State University researchers who’ve long studied the issue of gender diversity. A series of headlines over the la...

Dr. Merideth Thompson featured in The New York Times

Dr. Merideth Thompson featured in The New York Times

While these inclinations of anger and revenge are understandable, that doesn’t mean they’ll do us any good. In reality, they’re more likely to just make things worse. That feeling of motivation to “get even” can tether you to the past in a way that oversh...

Merideth Thompson to Serve as Associate Dean

Merideth Thompson to Serve as Associate Dean

Merideth Thompson, a faculty member in the Management Department, will serve as the new Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Professor Thompson, who joined the Huntsman School in 2012, is a nationally recognized scholar in the areas of work-family interfa...