Teresa J. Rothausen, PhD

General Session, Day 2

About Teresa J. Rothausen, PhD

Teresa J. Rothausen, PhD, is Professor of Management and the Susan E. Heckler Endowed Chair in Business Administration at the University of St. Thomas (UST), Minnesota, where she is also named a John Ireland Scholar, recognizing outstanding achievement as a teacher-scholar.   She teaches Leader Development and Management of Organizational Behavior in the full-time MBA core.  She founded the Work and Well-being Project in collaboration with MBA students and business community members, which involves ongoing research projects.  One of her articles was nominated for the Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research awarded by Purdue University and Boston College, and another for best article of 2009 in Family Business Review.  Her professional activities focus on leader development, well-being / job satisfaction, retention, performance, diversity, work-life, and careers.  She was founding director of the full-time UST MBA program.  She holds a PhD in industrial relations from University of Minnesota, a BA in economics from St. Olaf College, and a CPA.

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