Dept: Business & Economics
Degrees: Ph.D. in Management (University of Texas-Arlington); Master of Business Administration (University of Nebraska-Omaha); Bachelor of Business Administration (Belmont University)
Year appointed: 2012
Dr. Harris has teaching and research interests in the areas of human resource management and organizational behavior. Prior to joining Marietta College, Dr. Harris gained international teaching and research experience as a professor in the Netherlands. He has taught a variety courses in the management field at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Dr. Harris has research interests in strategic human resource management, specifically focusing on the influence of human resource practices and human capital on employee behaviors and performance. Additionally, he has research interests in a multi-foci approach to social exchange relationships and organizational citizenship behaviors. His work has been published in journals such as: Journal of Vocational Behavior, International Journal of Human Resource Management, and Personnel Review. Additionally, he has presented his research at international and regional conferences such as: Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society, European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, and Southern Management Association.