Professor Beatty joined the College of Business as the Academic Department Head of Management in 2020. Her disciplinary area is organizational behavior, and she has taught courses in management, negotiation and international management since 1997. She has been recognized with several teaching awards, including the New Educator Award and the Distinguished Digital Educator Award.
Professor Beatty's research focus is diversity, chronic illness and disability in the workplace. She has served on the leadership committee of the Gender and Diversity in Organizations division of the Academy of Management, including as Division Chair (2021-22). She also publishes research on management education.
MGMT 505 Organizational Theory and Behavior
Waung, M., Lee, J., & Beatty, J. E. (2021). Internships and promises of diversity: How anticipatory psychological contracts shape recruitment outcomes in the U.S.. International Journal of Human Resource Management.
Hennekam, S., Folmer, K., & Beatty, J. E. (2020). The paradox of mental illness and employment: A person job fit lens. International Journal of Human Resource Management.
Peterson, C., Peterson T., Aikens, S., Beard, J., Beatty, J. E., Lesko, A., Messal, C., & Small, E. (2019). Story hour in the management classroom. Management Teaching Review. 5(3): 259-264.
Beatty, J. E., Baldridge, D. A., Boehm, S., Kulkarni, M., & Colella, A. (2018). On the treatment of persons with disabilities in organizations: A review and research agenda. Human Resource Management. 58(2): 119-137.