In the newly-created position, Stamper will assume responsibility and oversight of all undergraduate programs, the Academic Advising Office, and the Career Center for the College. In addition, she will oversee assurance of learning activities in the College and be responsible for undergraduate enrollment management, including recruitment, retention and community college partnerships.
Stamper has been with the College for ten years. She teaches both graduate and undergraduate courses in organizational behavior and human resource management and topical courses related to these disciplines. Her research interests include explaining relational factors between employees and their organizations, and how these factors impact both work attitudes and behaviors. Her work has been presented at regional, national and international conferences as well as published in numerous management journals, including the Journal of Organizational Behavior and Personnel Psychology.
Stamper was recently invited to be a research affiliate of the Institute of Inclusiveness and Diversity in Organizations at San Diego State University, an organization committed to conducting innovative research to enhance understanding of diversity and inclusion in organizations. She will also serve on the Diversity and Inclusion Theme Committee of the Academy of Management.
Stamper received a master’s and PhD from Michigan State University, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla. Prior to pursuing her PhD, she worked as a restaurant manager for the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company.