PhD in Organizational Behavior and Behavioral Ethics, Penn State University
MBA, Drexel University
BS in Accounting, Drexel University
Associate Professor of Organization Studies (with tenure), Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 2021-Present
Associate Professor of Management (with tenure), University of Arkansas, 2016-2020
Assistant Professor of Management, University of Arkansas, 2006-2010
Recent Honors & Awards
Faculty Excellence in Service Award, Walton College of Business, 2019
Finalist for the 2013 Academy of Management Review Best Paper of the Year Award, 2014
Gray, B., Johnson, T., Kish-Gephart, J.J., & Tilton, J. 2018. Identity work by first-generation college students to counteract class-based microaggressions. Organization Studies (Special Issue on Inequality, Institutions, and Organizations), 39(9), 1227-1250.
Kish-Gephart, J.J. & Campbell, J.T. 2015. You don’t forget your roots: The influence of CEO social class background on strategic risk taking. Academy of Management Journal, 58(6), 1614-1636.
Gray, B. & Kish-Gephart, J.J. 2013. Encountering Social Class Differences at Work: How “Class Work” Perpetuates Inequality. Academy of Management Review, 38(4), 670-699. †Finalist for the 2013 Academy of Management Review Best Paper of the Year Award
Kish-Gephart, J.J., Harrison, D. A., & Treviño, L. K. 2010. Bad Apples, Bad Cases, and Bad Barrels: Meta-Analytic Evidence about Sources of Unethical Decisions at Work. Journal of Applied Psychology, 95(1), 1-31.
Kish-Gephart, J.J., Detert, J., Treviño, L.K., & Edmondson, A. 2009. Silenced by Fear: The Nature, Sources, and Consequences of Fear at Work. Research in Organizational Behavior, 29, 163-194.