Instructor of Management
Office: 673 BA
David joined the School of Business Administration (SBA) at Portland State University (PSU) as a full-time faculty member in 2015. He previously taught as an adjunct instructor in SBA and the Department of Psychology from 2011 – 2015, and his courses included: Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, Performance Management & Reward Systems, Organizational Psychology, Research Methods, and Seminar in Practical Statistical Skills. During the 2014-2015 academic year, David is scheduled to teach Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, and Human Resource Information Systems & People Analytics.
David’s research interests are generally focused on the areas of work motivation, newcomer socialization/onboarding, and occupational safety and health. Recently, David has begun to focus on theory and methodology pertaining to workers’ perceptions of time and changes within themselves and within their work environment. Along those lines, in his dissertation, he investigated dynamic shifts in managers’ job satisfaction and job demands in relation to their enactment of supportive and citizenship behaviors.
In his personal time, David enjoys long trail runs in the West Hills and around Mt. Hood. He also enjoys cycling and international travel.