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Andrew Pueschel

Andrew Pueschel
Assistant Professor of Marketing and Director of Diversity and Inclusion for the Ralph and Luci Schey Sales Centre, SHRM-CP
Copeland 209 C

Education

  • Robert Morris University, Ph.D. Leadership and Instructional Management 2015
  • Heinz School, Carnegie Mellon University, Masters in Public Management and Leadership, 2011
  • Carnegie Mellon University, Bachelor of Arts in Business Ethics and Public Policy, 2000

Biography

Andrew Pueschel Ph.D., Director of Diversity and Internships at the Ralph and Luci Schey Sales Centre and Director of the Copeland Core (First-Year Experience), is an Assistant Professor of Marketing at the College of Business at Ohio University. Certified by the Society of Human Resource Management, is the recipient of the 2021 MAC Faculty Award for Student Success and was voted the "Best OU Professor" in the 2019 Athens Magazine's Best-of Issue. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Ethics and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon, a Master’s in Public Policy and Management from the Heinz School, and a Doctorate in Leadership and Instructional Management from Robert Morris University.

Research Interests

Research includes wellness, professional sales, leadership, organizational behavior, and culture change. His passion is bringing out the best in future professionals in order for them to best achieve their short-term and long-term goals.

Publications

Refereed Publications

  • Dhanani, L. Y., Johnson, R. C., & Pueschel, A. (2021). The inequity of crisis: COVID-19 as a case for diversity management. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 14(1-2), 81-84.
  • Johnson, R. C., Dhanani, L. Y., Sultan, M., & Pueschel, A. (2021). COVID-19 and the reimagining of working while sick. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 14(1-2), 260-263.
  • Dhanani, L. Y., Main, A. M., & Pueschel, A. (2020). Do you only have yourself to blame? A meta-analytic test of the victim precipitation model. Journal of Organizational Behavior,
  • 41(8), 706-721.
  • Gabler, C., Goodnite, A., Pueschel, A., & Young, W. (2020). Location, location, location? The impact of site selection on global learning in short-term study abroad. Journal of  Scholastic Inquiry: Business, 1(11), 107-122.
  • Jordan, K., Meek, S., Pueschel, A., & Tucker, M. (2020). Story tactics for leaders: Select, sharpen, and shape before sharing. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Organizational Studies, 14(2), 19-26.
  • Pueschel, A., Bayless, D., Hartman, K. (2020). Creating significant cross-functional leadership development opportunities: An ecological approach. Journal of Scholastic Inquiry: Business, 1(11), 21-33.
  • Pueschel, A., Johnson, R. C., & Dhanani, L. Y. (2020). Putting Gen Z first: Educating with a generational mindset. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice, 13, 594-598.
  • Tucker, M., Pueschel, A., Uzengbunam, I., Jordan, K., & Meek, S. (2020) Change is happening at hyper speed: Is management education keeping up? Journal of Scholastic Inquiry: Business, 1(11), 8-20. ***Best paper award winner***
  • Pueschel, A., Hartman, K., Tucker, M., & Chimelli, J. (2019). The effects of fostering the global mindset into the introduction to business undergraduate curriculum. Journal of Scholastic Inquiry: Business, 10(1), 8-18.
  • Pueschel, A., Tucker, M., & Hartman, K. (2019). Exploring grit: Relationships among grit, goal orientation, self-efficacy and mindset. Journal of Scholastic Inquiry: Business, 10(1), 19-31.
  • Meek, S., Tucker, M. Pueschel, A., Jordan, K., (2018). Introducing business communication students to the power of positivity: Providing one approach. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies, 22, 1-10. ***Best paper award winner***
  • Pueschel, A., & Tucker, M. (2018). Shifting students’ perspective: Achieving grit through the growth mindset. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies, 21, 1-10.
  • Tucker, M., Pueschel, A., Rosado-Feger, A., Taylor-Bianco, A. (2018). Strategic leadership development through energy management. Journal of Scholastic Inquiry: Business, 9(1), 79-102.
  • Pueschel, A. (2017). The effects of imposed culture change on quality of life of work groups and work leaders in a learning organization. Change Management: An International Journal, 17(2), 19-29.
  • Pueschel, A., Tucker, M., Rosado-Feger, A., Taylor-Bianco, A., & Sullivan, G. (2017). Priming students for success through energy management: The balancing act. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies, 20, 1-7

Refereed Conference Proceedings

Dhanani, L., Wolcott, A., & Pueschel, A. (2019). Is it the person or is it the place? A meta-analytic test of the antecedents of experienced workplace incivility. Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 2019(1). ***Best paper award winner***

Presentations & Awards

Refereed Conference Presentations

  • Elgayeva, K., Matherne, B., Flores, R., Beard, J., & Pueschel, A. (2021, August). Active Learning Pedagogies in Management Education and Development Post-Pandemic: Mapping the Links and Looking Ahead. Teaching and Learning Conference session co-led at the 80th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (virtual).
  • Fletcher, S., Kamody, L., & Pueschel, A. (2021, February). Navigating COVID: Lessons learned for first-year seminars. Workshop co-presented virtually at the 40th Annual Conference on the First Year Experience.
  • Pueschel, A., & Johnson, R. C. (2020, April). Connecting the dots: Transforming learner to practitioner. Workshop accepted for presentation at the Ohio University Spotlight on Learning Conference, Athens, OH. ***Conference cancelled due to COVID-19***
  • Haines, M., Meek, S., Pueschel, A., Roberts, J., & Schacht, K., (2020, April). Tools and techniques to maximize teaching connections. Workshop accepted for presentation at the Ohio University Spotlight on Learning Conference, Athens, OH. ***Conference cancelled due to COVID-19***
  • Tucker, M., Pueschel, A., Uzengbunam, I., Jordan, K., & Meek, S. (2020, April). Change is happening at hyper speed: Is management education keeping up? Paper presented virtually at the Center for Scholastic Inquiry Academic, Business, Behavioral Science Research Conference. ***Best paper award winner***
  • Pueschel, A., Bayless, D., & Hartman, K. (2020, April). Creating significant cross-functional leadership development opportunities: An ecological approach. Paper presented virtually at the Center for Scholastic Inquiry Academic, Business, Behavioral Science Research Conference.
  • Gabler, C., Goodnite, A., Pueschel, A., & Young, W. (2020, April). Location, location, location?  The impact of site selection on global learning in short-term study abroad. Paper presented virtually at the Center for Scholastic Inquiry Academic, Business, Behavioral Science Research Conference.
  • Pueschel, A., & Kamody, L. (2020, February). Utilizing the first-year learning community to enhance the core curriculum. Workshop co-presented at the 39th Annual Conference of the First Year Experience, Washington, DC.
  • Dhanani, L., & Pueschel, A. (2019, August). Prevention is the best response: Using education to combat sexual harassment in the #MeToo era. Caucus co-led at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA.
  • Dhanani, L. Y., Wolcott, A. M., & Pueschel, A. (2019, August). Is it the person or is it the place? A meta-analytic test of the antecedents of experienced workplace incivility. Paper presented at the 79th Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Boston, MA. ***Best paper award winner***
  • Pueschel, A., (2019, April). Just in time learning: Taking ideas from concept to reality. Workshop led at the Ohio University Spotlight on Learning Conference, Athens, OH.
  • Pueschel, A., Hartman, K., Tucker, M., & Chimeli, J. (2019, April). The effects fostering the global mindset into the Introduction to Business undergraduate curriculum. Paper presented at the Center for Scholastic Inquiry Academic, Business, Behavioral Science Research Conference, Kissimmee, FL. ***Best presentation award winner***
  • Pueschel, A., Hartman, K., & Tucker, M. (2019, April). Exploring grit: Relationships among grit, goal orientation, self-efficacy and mindset. Paper presented at the Center for Scholastic Inquiry Academic, Business, Behavioral Science Research Conference, Kissimmee, FL.
  • Jordan, K., Pueschel, A., Taylor-Bianco, A., & Tucker, M. (2019, February). Storytelling workshop: Maximizing strategic leadership through storytelling to enhance organizational culture on the organization. Paper co-presented at the On the Organization: International Conference, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Boss, D., Chimeli, J., Jordan, K., Pueschel, A., Reynolds, T., Taylor, P. III, & Taylor-Bianco, A. (2018, November). A model for strategic leadership development: Turning action into impact. Paper presented at the Applied Business and Entrepreneurship Association International Conference, Waikoloa, HI.
  • Pueschel, A. (2018, November). Introducing international business into Introduction of Business. Paper presented and symposium chaired at the Academy of International Business U.S. Southeast Chapter Conference, Nashville, TN.
  • Meek, S., Tucker, M. Pueschel, A., & Jordan, K. (2018, October). Introducing business communication students to the power of positivity: Providing one approach. Paper presented at the AABRI International Conference, Orlando, FL. ***Best paper award winner***
  • Johnson, R., Pueschel, A., & Tucker, M. (2018, October). The "whole being" approach to maximizing success. Workshop led at the Creating Healthy Organizations Conference, Costa Mesa, CA.
  • Tucker, M. L., Pueschel, A., Rosado-Feger, A., & Taylor-Bianco, A. (2018, April). Strategic leadership development through energy management. Paper presented at the Center for Scholastic Inquiry Academic, Business, Behavioral Science Research Conference, Savannah, GA.
  • Tucker, M., Pueschel, A., Rosado-Feger, A., Sullivan G., & Taylor-Bianco, A. (2018, April). Strategic leadership development through energy management. Paper presented at the Center for Scholastic Inquiry Academic, Business, Behavioral Science Research Conference, Savannah, GA.
  • Pueschel, A., Roberts, J., Muir, T., & Tucker, M. (2018, April). All in Kahoots! Maximizing engagement in the classroom. Workshop led at the Ohio University Spotlight on Learning Conference, Athens, OH.
  • Pueschel, A., & Tucker, M. (2018, January). Shifting students’ perspective: Achieving grit through the growth mindset. Paper presented at the Academic and Business Research Institute International Conference, St Augustine, FL.
  • Pueschel, A., Tucker, M., Feger, A., Taylor-Bianco, A., & Sullivan, G. (2017, October). Priming students for success through energy management: The balancing act. Paper presented and symposium chaired at the Academic and Business Research Institute International Conference, St. Louis, MO.
  • Tucker, M., Pueschel, A., Hartman, K., & Gullekson, N. (2017, June). Enriching success via grit and growth mindset: Exploring the currents created by personal perceptions of learning. Paper presented at the Management & Organizational Behavior Teaching Society Annual Conference, Providence, RI.
  • Pueschel, A. (2017, April). Increasing engagement while infusing positivity into the classroom. Workshop led at the Ohio University Spotlight on Learning Conference, Athens, OH.
  • Pueschel, A. (2017, January). Managing stakeholder expectations in both nonprofits and higher education. Workshop led at The International Special Events Society Annual Meeting, Long Beach, CA.
  • Pueschel, A. (2016, January). Maximizing your leadership effectiveness throughout the event production process. Workshop led at The International Special Events Society Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.
  • Pueschel, A. (2015, February). The effects of imposed organizational culture change on quality of life, and leadership within a learning organization. Paper presented at the On the Organization: International Conference, Berkeley, CA.
  • Pueschel, A. (2007, January). Swinging into success – leadership and management decision making 101. Workshop led at The International Special Events Society Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Pueschel, A. (2004, January). Enhancing your client’s image and impact through special events. Workshop led at The International Special Events Society Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL.

Honors and Awards

  • 2021 Winner, Mid-American Conference Outstanding Faculty Award for Student Success
  • 2021 Excellence in Professional Activity and Service, Ohio University, College of Business, Ohio University
  • 2021 Excellence in Teaching, College of Business, Ohio University
  • 2021 Best Instructional Faculty Researcher, Ohio University, Department of Management, Ohio University
  • 2021 Research Collaboration Award, Department of Management, Ohio University
  • 2020 Rising Star Faculty, College of Business, Ohio University
  • 2020 Best Instructional Faculty Researcher, Department of Management, Ohio University
  • 2020 Ohio University Finalist, Mid-American Conference Outstanding Faculty Award for Student Success
  • 2020 Finalist, Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, Ohio University
  • 2020 Finalist, The Athens NEWS “Best Ohio University Professor” Award
  • 2019 Best Group II Researcher, Department of Management, Ohio University
  • 2019 Brilliantly Creative Teaching, Department of Management, Ohio University
  • 2019 Outstanding Team of the Year, Department of Management, Ohio University
  • 2019 Winner, The Athens NEWS “Best Ohio University Professor” Award
  • 2018-2019 Bruning Teaching Academy Fellowship, Ohio University
  • 2018 Nominee, Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, Ohio University
  • 2018 Best Group II Researcher, Department of Management, Ohio University
  • 2018 Outstanding Team of the Year, Department of Management, Ohio University
  • 2018 Finalist, The Athens NEWS “Best Ohio University Professor” Award
  • 2017 Nominee, Provost’s Award for Excellence in Teaching, Ohio University
  • 2017 Finalist, The Athens NEWS “Best Ohio University Professor” Award
  • 2017 Excellence in Teaching Award, National Society of Leadership and Success