Dr. Wagner-Marsh received her doctorate in Management from the University of Memphis in 1981. Her current research interests include strategic human resources, team interviewing, compensation, business ethics and spirituality in the workplace. She has had numerous research articles published in various conference proceedings and articles published in the Journal of Organizational Change Management, Journal of Management Systems, Journal of Teaching in International Business, Mobility, and the Journal of Business and Economic Perspectives.
Fraya is the program coordinator and facilitator for the SHRM University Learning System certification courses offered through EMU Continuing Education and has taught courses in the Strategic HR Management Series. Fraya also does management and HR consulting and training for various corporations including General Motors, City of Detroit, and Masco Corporation.
"Human Resource Professionals' Perceptions of Team Interviews". (Co-Authored with Camp, R., Vielhaber, M., & Schulz, E.), Journal of Managerial Psychology, 19 (5), 2004, pp. 490-505.
"International Human Resource Management Education: A Survey of HR Professionals, Suggestions for Skill Dissemination" with Lizabeth Barclay and Michael Loewe, Journal of Teaching International Business, 2002, Volume 14, Number 1.
"Fourth Wave: The Spiritually Based Firm," with James Conley, Work and Spirit, Jerry Biberman and Michael D. Whitty (Eds.) University of Scranton Press, 2000, pp. 203-217.
"The Importance of International HR: A Survey," with Lizabeth Barclay and Michael Loewe, Mobility, March 2000, Vol. 21, No. 3, pp. 55-57.