John Wiley Lynch
Department of Managerial Studies
Building & Room:
University Hall 2205
601 S. Morgan St., Chicago, IL 60607
- Area Director in Residence Life at Emory University
- Residence Life Coordinator at Oglethorpe University
- Organizational Behavior
- Human Resource Management
- Colquitt, J. A., Zipay, K. P., Lynch, J. W., & Outlaw, R. (In press). Bringing “The Beholder” center stage: On the propensity to perceive overall fairness. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes.
- Lynch, J. W., & Rodell, J. B. (In press). Blend in or stand out? Interpersonal outcomes to managing concealable stigmas at work. Journal of Applied Psychology.
- Rodell, J. B., Booth, J. E., Lynch, J. W., & Zipay, K. P. (2017). “Corporate volunteering climate: Mobilizing employee passion for societal causes and inspiring future charitable action.” Academy of Management Journal, 60, 1662-1681.
- Little, L. M., Hinojosa, A. S., & Lynch, J. W. (2017). “Make them feel: How the disclosure of pregnancy to a supervisor leads to changes in perceived supervisor support.” Organization Science, 28, 618–635.
- Vogel, R. M., Rodell, J. B., & Lynch, J. W. (2016). “Engaged and productive misfits: How job crafting and leisure activity mitigate the negative effects of value incongruence.” Academy of Management Journal, 59, 1561-1584.
- Rodell, J. B., & Lynch, J. W. (2016). “Perceptions of employee volunteering: Is it “credited” or “stigmatized” by colleagues?” Academy of Management Journal, 59, 611-635.
- Shutt, M. D., Garrett, J. M., Lynch, J. W., & Dean, L. A. (2012). “An assessment model as best practice in student affairs.” Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 49, 65-82.
2011, Assessment Award , ACUHO-I/EBI
2009, Research and Publication Award , Emory University, Campus Life
2008, Prolific Professional Award , Emory University, Campus Life
2005, LGBT Issues Research Award and Grant for thesis , NASPA
PhD in Organizational Behavior, University of Georgia, 2016
Master of Arts in Counseling and Personnel Services, University of Maryland (College Park), 2005
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, University of Georgia, 2003