Theresa Domagalski

Global Management and Strategy Department
Associate Professor

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Phone: 828-227-3589
Office Address: Forsyth 319


  • Ph.D., Management & Organizational Behavior, University of South Florida, 1998
  • M.B.A., Concentration in Human Resources Management, State University of New York at Buffalo, 1989
  • B.S., Social Work, Buffalo State College, 1981
  • B.A., Psychology, Buffalo State College, 1980


Dr. Domagalski's research interests include workplace anger; employment discrimination; gender and status; and international employment systems and regulations.  She has published in several international journals.  She has taught courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in Organizational Behavior, Employment Law, Negotiation & Conflict Resolution, Human Resources Management, and Cross Cultural Management.

 Select Publications:

Domagalski, T., Withrow, S. & Hardison, L. (2103). Student project choice and perceived learning outcomes in an MBA Human Resource Management course. Journal of Human Resources Education.

Wright, E.W., Domagalski, T.A. & Collins, R. (2011). Improving employee selection with a revised resume format, Business Communication Quarterly.

Domagalski, T. (2008). Employment discrimination and the international workplace: A review of recent U.S. court rulings. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal.

Domagalski, T. and Steelman, L. (2007) Gender and hierarchical status differences in workplace anger expression. Management Communications Quarterly.

Domagalski, T. (2007) Organization and Subjectivity in the U.S. Medical Profession: Physician Responses to Structural Changes within Advanced Capitalism In S. Ackroyd & D. Muzio (Eds.) New Directions in the Study of Expert Labour: Medicine, Law and Management Consultancy.

Domagalski, T. (2006). Gender and the expression of emotion at work. In Barrett, M. and Davidson, M.J. (Eds.), Gender and Communication Issues at Work. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd.

Spector, P., Fox, S. and Domagalski, T. (2006). Emotions, violence and counterproductive work behavior. In E.K. Kelloway, J. Barling & J. Hurrell (Eds.). Handbook of Workplace Violence.

Domagalski, T. and Steelman, L. (2005). The impact of work events and disposition on the experience and expression of employee anger. Organizational Analysis.

Teaching Expertise:

  •  Human Resource Management
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Employment Laws
  • Negotiations and Conflict Resolution
  • Leadership
  • Cross Cultural Management

Professional Affiliations:

  • Academy of Management
  • American Sociological Association
  • European Group for Organization Studies
  • Society for Human Resources Management
Awards and Recognition:
  • Creative and Innovative Teaching Award 2013
  • Nominee Board of Governors Excellence in Teaching Award 2013
  • Nominee College of Business Graduate Teaching Award 2013

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