College of Business Administration Directory
Dr. Patricia Ann Meglich
Dr. Meglich earned her PhD from Kent State University. Before entering academe, Dr. Meglich worked as the Director of Human Resources for Carlisle Engineered Products, an Ohio-based manufacturer of automotive components. During her career in industry, she participated in a number of acquisitions and divestitures, designed an employee career development program, and managed the HR function for this 2500-employee company.
Professor Meglich teaches undergraduate Human Resource Management, Staffing, and Talent Development courses and the graduate HR Seminar and Executive MBA Human Resource Management courses. She serves as the Internship Coordinator for Management and Marketing students. Dr. Meglich has received the following teaching awards: CBA Dean's Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2012, CBA Distinguished Marketing and Management Professor of the Year in 2011 and 2012.
Dr. Meglich delivers a number of programs to local companies in the Executive Education program. She has developed and delivered training to first-line supervisors as well as middle managers for organizations such as UP, AGP, and Performance Auto Group. Her continued engagement with the business community connects her teaching with practical applications.
Research and Creative Interests
Professor Meglich's research interests include the study of dysfunctional workplace behavior; specifically workplace bullying and abusive supervision. She has also studied virtual collaboration processes. Her work has been published in the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, Journal of Applied Business and Economics, Journal of Management Policies and Practices, Journal of Ethics and Entrepreneurship, and Employee Rights and Responsibilities. Pedagogical research has been published in the Journal of Human Resources Education and she has published two Learning Modules for the Society for Human Resource Management.
Dr. Meglich actively participates in scholarly associations such as the Midwest Academy of Management and the National Business and Economics Society. She is also active in the HR professional community as a member of the national Society for Human Resource Management, Human Resource Association of the Midlands, and the Association for Talent Development.
Professor Meglich has provided many local organizations with volunteer-supported Service Learning experiences in her courses. Her students have completed various HR-related projects for numerous community organizations such as the Women’s Center for Advancement, UPRR, OPPD, Valmont Industries, Methodist Health System. Dr. Meglich is the faculty advisor to the UNO student chapter of SHRM and has coached the student HR Games teams in competition.
Ph D - Business Administration/Human Resource Management
Kent State University (Kent, OH) 2006
MBA - Human Resource Management
Cleveland State University (Cleveland, OH) 1983
BS - Business Administration/Human Resource Management
Bowling Green State University (Bowling Green, OH) 1979
Outstanding Paper of 2013 (Scholarship/Research) 2014
Best Conference Paper (Scholarship/Research) 2013
CBA Dean's Award for Teaching -2012 (Teaching) 2012
M&M Department Faculty Member of the Year - 2012 (Leadership) 2012
Summer Teaching Fellowship (Teaching) 2012
M&M Department Faculty Member of the Year - 2011 (Leadership) 2011
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