PhD Business Administration, University of Iowa, 2016
BA Liberal Arts, St. John's College, 1995
Assistant Professor of Management, UMass Amherst, 2016
Stress and Coping
Project Manager, 2004-2011, University of Washington School of Dentistry, Seattle, WA
Chef, Sous Chef, 1999-2002, Various Restaurants, Seattle, WA
Recent Honors & Awards
First Place, Social Sciences and Education Division, Jakobsen Memorial Conference, March 2016
Best Doctoral Student Paper, Western Academy of Management, March 2016
Follmer, E.H., Talbot, D.L., Kristof-Brown, A.L., Astrove, S.L., & Billsberry, J. Resolution, Relief, and Resignation: A qualitative study of responses to misfit at work. Academy of Management Journal (in press).
DeGeest, D. S., Follmer, E. H., & Lanivich, S.E. (2016). Timing Matters: When motivating HR enables new venture growth and productivity. Journal of Management.
DeGeest, D. S., Follmer, E. H., Walter, S. L. & O’Boyle, E. H. (2015). The benefits of benefits: A dynamic approach to motivating HR practices and entrepreneurial survival. Journal of Management.
Kristof-Brown, A.L., Reeves, C.J., & Follmer, E. H. (2013). The Goldilocks pursuit during organizational entry: Applicants’ and recruiters’ search for the “Perfect Fit.” In The Oxford Handbook of Recruitment, Kang Yang Trevor Yu and Dan Cable (eds).