Jeffrey H. Greenhaus is Professor and William A. Mackie Chair in the Department of Management at Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business. A Fellow of the American Psychological Society and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP), he received his Ph.D. degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from New York University. Jeff’s research, which focuses on career dynamics and work-family linkages, has appeared in such journals as the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Management, Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Vocational Behavior, and Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. Former Associate Editor of the Journal of Vocational Behavior, Jeff is co-editor (with Saroj Parasuraman) of Integrating Work and Family: Challenges and Choices for a Changing World (Quorum Books, 1997), co-author (with Stewart D. Friedman) of Work and Family—Allies or Enemies? What Happens when Business Professionals Confront Life Choices (Oxford University Press, 2000), and co-author (with Gerard. A. Callanan and Veronica. M. Godshalk) of Career Management, which is now in its 3rd Edition (Thomson-Southwestern, 2000).
Gerard A. Callanan is an Associate Professor in the Management Department at West Chester University. He received a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior from Drexel University. Prior to his appointment at West Chester University in 2001, he was a Vice President with the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. During his twenty-two years at the Federal Reserve, Gerry held a number of senior posts, including responsibility for such areas as strategic planning, credit and risk management, and national currency management. A member of the Academy of Management, the American Psychological Association, and the Society for the Advancement of Management, his research has appeared (or will appear) in such scholarly publications as the Journal of Vocational Behavior, Career Development International, the Journal of Psychology, the Journal of Education for Business, the Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, Education + Training, and Team Performance Management Journal. In 2000, Gerry co-authored (with Jeffrey H. Greenhaus and Veronica. M. Godshalk) the third edition of the textbook Career Management, published by Thomson-Southwestern.
Veronica M. (Ronnie) Godshalk is an Associate Professor of Management in the Department of Business Administration at the University of South Carolina, Beaufort. She is also the Business Administration Department Chair, and has been at USCB since August 2007. Dr. Godshalk teaches courses in organizational behavior, management and leadership, business research methods, and career management.
She previously taught at the Pennsylvania State University for fourteen years, where she received the 2000 Arthur L. Glenn Award for Faculty Teaching Innovation and received tenure and Associate rank. Dr. Godshalk has also taught at Drexel University.
Dr. Godshalk’s research interests include issues surrounding career management and mentoring. She has published extensively with forty articles, books, book chapters and refereed conference proceedings in print. In 2000, she published a book, Career Management, with co-authors Jeff Greenhaus and Gerry Callanan and is currently working on a 4th edition. She is an active member and presenter in professional associations, such as the Academy of Management and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology.
Dr. Godshalk had worked in the computer industry in sales and sales management prior to entering academia, and has been a consultant for several Fortune 500 companies. She earned her Ph.D. from Drexel University, and her M.S. from the University of Pennsylvania.
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