The Quinnipiac community is proud to announce that Steve Charlier, Assistant Professor in the Healthcare Management and Organizational Leadership department, has been appointed to the editorial board for the Academy of Management Learning & Education (AMLE). The AMLE is ranked among the top five most influential and frequently cited management and educational research journals. AMLE examines pressing issues in the fields of management learning and education by presenting theory, models, research, critiques, dialogues and retrospectives that address the learning process and the practice of management education. Audience for the AMLE includes scholars, educators, program directors and deans at academic institutions, as well as practitioners in training and development and corporate education. With this new role as an editorial board member, Charlier will be required to perform high quality and timely reviews, and is expected to perform 4-8 reviews of new submissions per year.
Steve Charlier holds degrees from the College of William and Mary (BBA/Finance), the University of Denver (MIM/e-commerce) and the University of Iowa (Ph.D./Organizational Behavior and Human Resources). Steve has held a variety of managerial positions in the information technology, automotive, and entertainment industries. He has been a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) since 2003, and has consulted with a number of organizations, including various federal government agencies and non-profit organizations. His research interests are focused on the modern work environment, and include virtual teams, e-learning, leadership in a virtual world, and the perceived academic/practitioner gap. In addition to the AMLE, his work has been published in several other leading international academic journals, including Human Resource Management Review, International Review of I/O Psychology, and Long Range Planning. Steve is also a member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and the Project Management Institute.