Jason Lambert, Ph.D.
College of Business
Program Area: Human Resources and Management
Ph.D., University of Texas at Arlington, Management
B.A., Columbia College Chicago, Management
Jason Lambert, Ph.D., has taught numerous business courses including those covering human resources, leadership, workplace diversity and organizational behavior. His professional career spans 10 years in managerial roles in the private, public and nonprofit sectors. His research examines cross-cultural competence, and the impact of individual differences on early recruitment, selection, decision-making and performance.
Dr. Lambert's work has been presented at both regional and international conferences such as the Academy of Management and Southern Management Association, and he has published most recently in The International Journal of Human Resource Management and Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion: An International Journal.
Lambert, J.R., Basuil, D.A., Bell, M.P., & Marquardt, D. (2017).Coming to America: Work Visas, International Diversity, and Organizational Attractiveness among Highly Skilled Asian Immigrants. International Journal of Human Resource Management, 1-27.
Hunter, J. A. & Lambert, J.R. (2016). Do we feel safer today?: The Impact of Smiling Customer Service on Airline Safety Perception Post 911. Journal of Transportation Security, 9:35-56.
Lambert, J.R. (2015). The impact of gay-friendly recruitment statements and due process employment on a firm’s attractiveness as an employer. Equality Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 34 (6): 510-526.
Lambert, J.R., & Bell, M.P. (2013). Diverse forms of difference. In Q. Roberson (Ed.) Oxford Handbook of Diversity and Work (pp. 13 – 31). New York: Oxford University Press.