Linda  Isenhour

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Professor of Management


122 Hill


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  • Ph.D. University of Central Florida
  • MS Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • MEd Georgia State University
  • BA North Georgia College and University

Professional Summary

Dr. Isenhour's teaching and research interests include HR strategy, HR information systems, human resource management, staffing, and ethics in HR. She is a member of the Academy of Management, American Psychological Association, Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and the Southern Management Association.

Courses Taught

  • MGMT202 Business Communications
  • MGMT384 Human Resource Management
  • MGMT480W Management Responsibility and Ethics (Writing Intensive)
  • MGMT509 Human Resource Management
  • MGMT611 HR and Technology
  • MGMT618 Staffing Organizations
    Dr. Isenhour teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in the field of Human Resource Management

Selected Publications

Isenhour, L. C. (2007). Living in Spanglish - Book Review by Linda C. Isenhour. The Business Journal of Hispanic Research, 1.

Isenhour, L. C., Lukaszewski, K. M. , & Stone, D. L. (2006). e-Recruitment: Research at the Intersection of Technology and Talent Acquisition. Western Business and Management .

Newell, S. E., Stone, D. L. , Isenhour, L. C. , Wagner-Marsh, F., Enrique, M., Castaneda, E., Navas, D., Diaz-Granados, D., Fernandez, V. , (2005). Teaching in Collective Cultures: Lessons from the Field. Southern Management Association Annual Conference, SMA.

Stone, D., Isenhour, L., & Salas, E. (2003). Internet impact on human resources management policies and practices. Southern Management Association Conference , Southern Management Association.

Stone, D., Salas, E., & Isenhour, L. (2003). Human resources management. In H. Bidgoli (Ed.) The Internet Encyclopedia (Vol 2), (pp. 150-162). New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Professional Affiliations

  • Academy of Management
  • American PSychological Association
  • Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
  • Southern Management Association