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Julia M Fullick-Jagiela


Associate Professor of Management
Chairperson - Management

BS, MS, PhD, University of Central Florida

School of Business

Courses


MG 488

Management Internship - Fall 2018

MG 311

Advancing Employment Relations - Spring 2019

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 Associate Professor & Chair of the Management Department and a Co-Director of the People�s United Center for Women & Business at Quinnipiac University in CT. I 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 gender, diversity, identity, and career development. 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 QU Athletics Council, and am the Faculty Liaison for the QU Women's Golf Team. I was also part of the SIOP E&T Committee that revised the I-O Masters and PhD Curriculum Guidelines in 2016.

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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)