College of Business Administration Directory
Dr. Erin Bass
Dr. Erin Bass joined the Department of Management of the College of Business Administration in 2014. She holds a PhD from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. A native of Calgary, Canada, she has experience in the energy and non-profit sectors. She has worked as a strategic consultant for Omaha-area private, public, and non-profit organizations on local, national, and international projects.
Dr. Erin Bass teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in strategic management and business ethics. She enjoys teaching executives, and has taught in the Executive MBA and Executive Education programs at UNO and in the University of Calgary's Global Energy Executive MBA Program. She has an award-winning teaching case in "Case Studies in Sustainability Management" published by oikos.
Research and Creative Interests
Dr. Erin Bass actively researchers how firms acquire and develop resources and capabilities, how firms are evaluated by stakeholders, and the strategy of corporate social responsibility. Her research has appeared in notable journals including the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of International Business Studies, and Journal of Management, among others.
Dr. Bass currently serves on the Editorial Board for Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, and Management Decision. She is also a jury member for the oikos Case Writing Competition. She is a member of the Academy of Management and the Strategic Management Society. Dr. Bass serves on the Strategic Planning Council for UNO CBA and has served as both a FUSE and GRACA faculty advisor for students at UNO.
Ph D - Business/Management - Strategy and Entrepreneurship
University of Nebraska - Lincoln (Lincoln, NE, USA) 2014
MBA - International Business
University of Nebraska Omaha (Omaha, NE, USA) 2010
BBA - Marketing
University of Nebraska Omaha (Omaha, NE, USA) 2006
2017 Dean's Citation, Excellence in Research (Scholarship/Research) 2017
2017 Faculty Award for Research, Department of Management (Scholarship/Research) 2017
Paul R. Lawrence Fellowship for Case Research and Teaching (Scholarship/Research) 2016
SAGE Best Paper in Leadership (MH Division) (Scholarship/Research) 2016
Innovation in Education Award (Teaching) 2016
2016 Faculty Award for Teaching, Department of Marketing and Management (Teaching) 2016
2016 MBA Professor of the Year (Teaching) 2016
Best Paper, Entrepreneurship and Innovation Track, Southern Management Association (Scholarship/Research) 2015
2015 Dean's Citation, Excellence in Research (Scholarship/Research) 2015
2015 Faculty Award for Research, Department of Marketing and Management (Scholarship/Research) 2015
2015 MBA Professor of the Year (Teaching) 2015
Highly Commended Paper, Journal of Management History (Scholarship/Research) 2014
Distinguished Paper (BPS Division) (Scholarship/Research) 2014
Best Reviewer Award, International Management Division (Service, Professional) 2013
SAGE Best Paper in Leadership (MH Division) (Scholarship/Research) 2012
Outstanding Reviewer, Midwest Academy of Management Conference (Service, Professional) 2012
SAGE Best Leadership Paper, Management History Division, Academy of Management (Scholarship/Research) 2012
Outstanding Reviewer, Midwest Academy of Management (Service, Professional) 2011
Oikos International Case Writing Competition, 2nd place (Scholarship/Research) 2010
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