Research Interests: Positive Organizational Behavior; Leadership; Ethics; Identity; Research Methods.
MGMT 364: Project Management
MGMT 459: Managing Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility
Prominent Scholar Award, Oregon State University College of Business, 2016
University Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award, University of Nebraska, 2013
Department of Management Fellowship, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska, 2012-2013
Ogle Fellowship, College of Business Administration, University of Nebraska, 2011-2012
Edwin S. Hinckley Scholar, Brigham Young University, 2000-2001
Ted A. Paterson, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor of Management who teaches MGMT364, Project Management, and MGMT 459, Managing Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska in 2014. Prior to his doctoral studies he was a financial advisor for nearly 10 years. Dr. Paterson's research interests center on positive organizational behavior, leadership, ethics, and identity. His most recent research focuses on the organizational, leadership, and individual enablers of thriving at work.
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