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Julia M Fullick-Jagiela


Associate Professor of Management

BS, MS, PhD, University of Central Florida

School of Business

Courses


MG 488

Management Internship - Summer II 2018

MG 345

Training and Development - Fall 2018

MG 306

Staffing: Recruitment, Selection and Placement - Fall 2018

Organization

Management

Phone Number

(203) 582-5034

Mail Drop

SB-DNF

Email

Julia.Fullick-Jagiela@quinnipiac.edu

About


I am an Assistant Professor of Management at Quinnipiac University in CT and teach courses in the areas of HRM and OB/management. I earned my Ph.D. in I/O Psychology, M.S. in I/O Psychology, and B.S., Honors in the Major in Psychology from the University of Central Florida. My research interests include mentoring and professional identity. I am also interested in advising and teaching methods as they relate to fostering resiliency and motivation. I have developed formal mentoring programs for various non-profits and professional organizations, and I am an active member of SIOP, SHRM, and AOM. In 2017, I was a QU Excellence in Teaching Award semi-finalist, and in 2015 I was awarded the Quinnipiac University Pi Beta Phi Certificate of Excellence in Teaching Award. I was named a 2014-2015 Faculty SoTL Scholar at QU, and am the founding faculty advisor for SHRM@QU, a Superior Merit Award winning student chapter. In 2011, I was awarded the William R. Jones Most Valuable Mentor Award from the Florida Education Fund. I am a member of the National SHRM Student Chapter Advisor Council, the SoB Advising Committee, the QU Excellence in Advising Committee, the QU Athletic Council, and am the Faculty Liaison for the QU Women's Golf Team.

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Selected Publications


Publications

1. Simione, K., Ortiz-Walters, R., Fullick-Jagiela, J. M., & Kelly, P. S. (2017). Measuring perceived usefulness of team assignments. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, 9(2), 174-195.

2. Pritchard, R. D., van Tiujl, H., Bedwell, W., Weaver, S., Fullick, J., & Dixon, N. W. (2017). Maximizing controllability in ProMES measures. %5bWhite paper%5d. ProMES ICC White Paper Series, 1(1), 2-11.

3. Fullick-Jagiela, J., Klemm Verbos, A., & Wiese, C. W. (2015). Relational mentoring episodes as a catalyst for empowering protégés: A conceptual model. Human Resource Development Review, 14(4), 1-23.

4. Ortiz-Walters, R., & Fullick, J. M. (2015). Mentoring protégés of color: Experiences of primary and informal mentors. The International Journal of Management Education, 13(2), 141-153.

5. Wiese, C. W., & Fullick, J. M. (2014). The fantastic four years: Recommendations for Industrial-Organizational programs. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 7, 22–27.

6. Fullick, J. M., Smith-Jentsch, K. A., & Kendall, D. L. (2013). Advisees’ expectations for support as a moderator of the relationship between peer advisors’ behavior and advisees’ perceptions of that behavior. National Academic Advising Association Journal, 33(2), 55-64.

7. Fullick, J. M., Smith-Jentsch, K. A., Yarbrough, C. S., & Scielzo, S. A. (2012). Mentor and protégé goal-orientations as predictors of newcomer stress. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 12(1), 59-73.

8. Smith-Jentsch, K. A., Fullick, J. M., & Bencaz, N. (2012). Complementary mentor motivations and protégé characteristics: Determinants of mentoring. Journal of Organizational Psychology, 12(3), 56-69.

Relational Mentoring Episodes as a Catalyst for Empowering Protégés: A Conceptual Model

Mentoring Protégés of Color: Experiences of Primary and Informal Mentors

The fantastic Four Years: Recommendations for IO Programs.

Representation of I-O psychology in introductory psychology textbooks: An updated survey of textbook authors.

Advisees’ Expectations for Support as a Moderator of the Relationship between Peer Advisors’ Behavior and Advisees’ Perceptions of that Behavior

Complementary Mentor Motivations and Protégé Characteristics: Determinants of Mentoring

Mentor and Protégé Goal-Orientations as Predictors of Newcomer Stress

Courses Taught


Undergraduate
  • Essentials of Management and Organizational Behavior (MG 210)
  • Staffing: Recruitment, Selection, & Placement (MG 306)
  • Advancing Employment Relations (MG311)
  • Training and Development (MG345)

Graduate
  • Designing Mentoring and Coaching Programs (MG650)

Work Experience


1. Program Coordinator, SIOP Ambassador Program, Society for I-O Psychology (Spring 2011 – Spring 2012)

2. Program Director, Online Peer-Mentoring Program, University of Central Florida, Training and Workforce Development Lab (July 2008 – December 2008)

3. WebCT VISTA Administration Wendy L. Bedwell, Educational Technology Consultant (January 2008 – February 2009)

4. Graduate Research Associate, University of Central Florida, Training and Workforce Development Lab (January 2007 – May 2012)

5. Graduate Lab Instructor, University of Central Florida (August 2006 – August 2007)

6. Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Central Florida (August 2006 – December 2010 & May – August 2012)

7. Undergraduate Teaching Assistant, University of Central Florida (May 2005 – Fall 2006)

8. Undergraduate Research Assistant, University of Central Florida (August 2004 – Spring 2006)

9. Customer Service and Back Office Staff, Publix Supermarkets (January 2000 – July 2006)