PhD in Management and Organizations, University of Michigan, 2008
BA in Women’s Studies, minor in Economics, Magna cum laude, Wellesley College, 1997
Assistant Professor of Management, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2018-Present
Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, University of Rhode Island, 2016-2018
Assistant Professor of Organizational Behavior, Boston University, 2008-2016
Assistant Professor of Organizational Behaviour, McGill University, 2007-2008
Instructor, Management and Organizations, University of Michigan, 2007
Human Body at Work
Human Resource Management
Recent Honors & Awards
Organization Science, Outstanding Reviewer Award Academy of Management Review Best Reviewer Award Academy of Management Review Developmental Reviewer of the Year, 2016
Finalist Full-time MBA Favorite Professor (Elective) Award, Boston University, 2015
PhD Distinguished Faculty Mentor Award, Boston University, 2014, Nominee
PhD Distinguished Faculty Mentor Award, Boston University, 2013
University of Michigan Ross School of Business Distinguished PhD Alumni Award Kahn & Heaphy chapter published in Employee Engagement Book of the Year for Employee Engagement in Theory and Practice
Heaphy, E.D., Byron, K., Ballinger, G.A. Gittell, J.H., Leana, C., Sluss, D.M. Forthcoming. Introduction to Special Topic Forum: The Changing Nature of Work Relationships. Academy of Management Review.
Kahn, W.A., Barton, M., Fisher, C., Heaphy, E.D., Reid, E., Rouse, E. (2018). “Organizational Resilience and the Absorption of Distress.” Academy of Management Review, 43(3).
Heaphy, E.D. (2017). “Dancing on Hot Coals”: How Emotion Work Facilitates Collective Sensemaking. Academy of Management Journal, 60(2): 642-670.
Heaphy, E.D. (2013) Repairing Breaches with Rules: Maintaining Institutions in the Face of Everyday Disruptions. Organization Science, 24(5): 1291-1315. * Lead article Uhlmann, E.L.,
Heaphy, E.D., Ashford, S., Zhu, L., Sanchez-Burks, J. (2013) Acting professional: An exploration of culturally bounded norms against non-work role referencing. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 34(6): 866-886.