Terry Nelson

Graduate Programs Director/Associate Professor of Leadership and Business Administration
Management and Marketing
Graduate Programs Director/Associate Professor Terry Nelson

Journal Articles

Terry Nelson. LMX relationships and “social death”: A curvilinear effect on ostracism Global Journal of Management and Marketing (2017)
W. Jackson, L. Gao, Terry Nelson, J. Krug, and P. Wright. Determinants of interfirm rivalry or cooperation: Implications for management Academy of Strategic Management (2014)
Terry Nelson, K Singh, D Elenkov, R Ma, J Krug, B Davis, and P Wright. Theoretical contributions to governance of smaller firms Journal of Business & Entrepreneurship (2013)
Rabi Bhagat, Balaji Krishnan, Terry Nelson, Karen Leonard, David Ford, Jr, and Tejinder Billing. Organizational stress, psychological strain, and work outcomes in six national contexts: a closer look at the moderating influences of coping styles and decision latitude Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal (2010)

Books

Terry Nelson, Kori Callison, and Allison Thomas. A Comparative Study of Five Countries with Critical Mass and its Ambiguous Impact on HRM Policies Edward Elgar Publishing (2016)
Terry Nelson. Exploiting and capitalizing on unique Black femininity: An entrepreneurial perspective Rutgers University Publishing (2015)
Rabi Bhagat, James Segovis, and Terry Nelson. Work Stress and Coping in the Era of Globalization Routledge (2012)

Awards

2017 Management Teaching Review Outstanding Reviewer Organizational Behavior Teaching Society Review articles for the Management Teaching Review
2017 Organizational Behavior Teaching Society New Educator Award Organizational Behavior Teaching Society The New Educator Award recognizes a person at an early career stage (up to five years after receiving the doctoral degree). These individuals are emerging voices within the Society who promise to bring new ways of thinking about and practicing management education.
2017 Anchorage School District’s Spirit of Tomorrow’s Award Anchorage School District Award is given to a school and business that have developed a strong relationship for the benefit of students.
2016 Chancellor Award of Excellence – Community Engagement University of Alaska Anchorage Promoting partnerships and creative endeavors resulting in benefit to the community.
2016 Nominated for the Spirit of Tomorrow's Award Anchorage School District Awarded to business partners of a school in Anchorage's school district
2016 Outstanding UAA MBA Faculty CBPP MBA Student Association Received the Outstanding UAA MBA Faculty Award as voted by the students and awarded by the MBA Student Association (2015)
2016 Higher Education Resource Services (HERS) Institute Awardee UAA
2016 Nominated for OBTC New Educator Award Organizational Behavior Teaching Society
2015 CAFE High Achiever Center for Advancing Faculty Excellence (CAFE)
2015 Outstanding UAA MBA Faculty CBPP MBA Student Association Received the Outstanding UAA MBA Faculty Award as voted by the students and awarded by the MBA Student Association (2015)
2014 Seawolf Howl to Student Affairs professionals The Annual Student Affairs Conference Planning Committee We are excited to notify you that your Seawolf Howl has been selected for Conversation Cafe. Your unique message will play an important role in the day by helping to set a tone of inspiration, curiosity, and conversation.
2014 Faculty Appreciation - Selected as an influential person by a first-year student UAA Making Achievement Possible (MAP-Works) Selected as an influential person a first-year student
2014 Nominated for CBPP's Teacher of the Year 2013-2014 UAA College of Business and Public Policy
2013 UAA Research Travel Grant University of Alaska Anchorage - The Office of Academic Affairs
2013 Outstanding Reviewer Award Gender and Diversity in Organizations: A Division of the Academy of Management
2013 Beta Gamma Sigma Beta Gamma Sigma Beta Gamma Sigma is the international honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International - The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Membership in Beta Gamma Sigma is the highest recognition a business student anywhere in the world can receive in a business program accredited by AACSB International.
2012 Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) PhD Fellowship Southern Regional Educatuon Board (SREB) The program’s goal is to produce more minority Ph.D students who seek careers as faculty on college campuses.
2012 University of Memphis First Generation Fellowship University of Memphis Fellowship awarded to students who are the first to pursue a PhD
2011 Systems Testing Research Fellow of the FedEx Institute of Technology FedEx Institute of Technology $2,000 awarded Spring 2011
2011 Southern Regional Education Baord (SREB) PhD Fellowship Southern Regional Education Board (SREB) The program’s goal is to produce more minority Ph.D students who seek careers as faculty on college campuses.
2011 University of Memphis First Generation Fellowship University of Memphis Fellowship awarded to students who are the first to pursue a PhD
2011 Golden Key Honor Society Golden Key Honor Society As an international honor society with more than 400 chapters at colleges and universities around the world, Golden Key is committed to a high standard of scholastic achievement, and an ethos of integrity, innovation, respect, collaboration and diversity.
2011 Pinnacle Honor Society Pinnacle Honor Society Pinnacle is the national honor society for adult and non-traditional students. Selection for membership in Pinnacle represents the highest achievement of academic performance and out-of-class accomplishment a non-traditional student can attain in American higher education.
2010 Southern Regional Board (SREB) PhD Fellowship Southern Regional Board (SREB) The program’s goal is to produce more minority Ph.D students who seek careers as faculty on college campuses.
2010 University of Memphis First Generation Fellowship University of Memphis Fellowship awarded to students who are the first to pursue a PhD
2009 University of Memphis First Generation Fellowship University of Memphis Fellowship awarded to students who are the first to pursue a PhD