David Baldridge


Austin Hall

Austin Hall 467

2751 SW Jefferson Way

2751 SW Jefferson Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
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Affiliated with: 
College of Business
Research/Career Interests: 

Teaching areas: organizational behavior, leadership, negotiation

Research areas: organizational behavior; diversity, equity and inclusion

Research interests: workplace inclusion and success of persons with disabilities, disability accommodation, equal access and opportunity, deaf and hard of hearing employees

Courses Taught: 
  • BA 352, Managing Individual and Team Performance
  • BA 352H, Honors Organizational Behavior
  • BA 353, Professional Development
  • BA 406, Leadership Project
  • BA 452, Leadership and Team Building
  • MGMT 455, Influence & Negotiation
  • BA 550, MBA Leadership
  • MGMT 574 Negotiation
  • BA 722, Oregon Executive MBA Leadership & Motivation
  • BA 722, Oregon Executive MBA Residency—Year 2
Beyond OSU

Ph.D., University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, Management, 2001

MBA, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, Finance, 1988

BA, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, Economics & Philosophy, 1986.


Oregon State University, Corvallis OR, 2004-present, Professor of Management
Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester NY, 2001-2004, Assistant Professor of Management
University of Connecticut, Storrs CT, 1997-2001, Ph.D. Student, Instructor and Research Assistant 
Project Adventure, Beverly, MA, 1991-2005, Director of Finance and Administration, Senior Certified Trainer and Consultant
HP Hewlett-Packard, San Diego CA, 1988-1991, Financial Analyst
IBM, International Business Machine, 1987, Financial Marketing Intern

Professional Affiliations: 

Academy of Management (AOM). (1998 - Present).

Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP). (2014 - Present).


Honors and Awards: 
  • Awarded Toomey Faculty Fellow, Oregon State University Foundation (2020)
  • External Service Award, Oregon State University, College of Business (2020)
  • Nominated for 2019 GDO Division Award for Distinguished Scholarly Contributions, Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division of Academy of Management (2019)
  • Saroj Parasuraman Award, Runner-up, Gender and Diversity in Organizations (GDO) division of Academy of Management (AOM) (2019)
  • Awarded I. King Jordan Distinguished Service Award, Career Award, Association of Late Deafened Adults (ALDA) (2017)
  • Newcomb Fellow, College of Business, Oregon State University. (2008).
  • Newcomb Research Award, Oregon State University College of Business. (2007).
  • Excellence in Research Award, Oregon State University College of Business. (2006).
  • Newcomb Research Award, Oregon State University College of Business. (2006).
  • Citations of Excellence "Top Fifty", Emerald Management Reviews. (2005).
  • Dorothy Harlow Best Paper Award, Academy of Management. (2005).
  • Runner-up - Best Paper Award - Organizational Communication and Information Systems Division, Academy of Management. (2005).
  • Nominated for the Eisenhart Outstanding Teaching Award, Rochester Institute of Technology, (2003-2004).
  • Finalist for the 2003 Academy of Management GDO Division Best Paper Award. Baldridge, D. C. & Veiga, J. F. 2003. Anticipated Consequences and Decisions to Request Accommodation: The Requester’s Perspective.
  • Inducted into the University of Connecticut Business School Hall of Fame.  2001. First Ph.D. student to receive this honor.
  • Winner of the Academy of Management Career Division Applied Paper Award. Baldridge, D. C., Eddleston, K. A., Golden, T. D. & Veiga, J. F. 2000. Saying “no” to being uprooted: The impact of family and gender on willingness to relocate.
  • Nominated for the Eastern Academy of Management Outstanding Conceptual Paper Award. Baldridge, D. C., Eddleston, K. A. & Veiga, J. F. 2000. Reluctance to request assistance: When family-friendly programs miss the mark.
  • Winner of the 1999-2000 Outstanding Doctoral Student Teaching Award, Management Department, University of Connecticut.
  • Nominated for the 1998-1999 Outstanding Doctoral Student Teaching Award, Management Department, University of Connecticut.

David C. Baldridge is a Toomey Faculty Fellow and Professor of Management. He earned his Ph.D. in Management from the University of Connecticut, Storrs. His MBA in Finance and BGS with concentrations in Economics, English and Philosophy are from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. His teaching areas include leadership and negotiation. His research interests include diversity, equity and inclusion--primarily accommodation, inclusion and career success for deaf and hard of hearing persons and people with other disabilities. His research has appeared in the Academy of Management Review, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of ManagementJournal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Journal of International Business Studies, Human Resource Management Review, Journal of Business Communication and other leading management publications. He serves on the editorial boards for Human RelationsInternational Journal of Human Resource Management and Managerial Psychology.

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