College of Business 2018 Faculty Promotions and Tenure

Four College of Business research faculty and three instructors earned promotions in 2018 based on a review of their research, teaching contributions, students advising, service and other criteria. Congratulations to our accomplished faculty!

Oregon State University College of BusinessDr. Jonathan Arthurs, was promoted to professor; he researches governance and innovation, particularly in new ventures. Arthurs, who joined OSU in 2013, also serves as the associate dean for research and faculty at the College of Business. He teaches in entrepreneurship. He has coauthored 19 journal articles, five book chapters, seven conference proceedings. Google Scholar records 1,900 citations for Arthurs’ work.

Oregon State University College of BusinessDr. David C. Baldridge, management, was promoted to professor. Baldridge researches individual difference, diversity, equity and inclusion, and he is most widely recognized for his research on employment of persons with disabilities. Baldridge has published 14 journal articles, eight of these in journals of distinction or top journals, and two Oxford book chapters. He joined OSU in 2004.

Oregon State University College of BusinessDr. Anthony C. Klotz, management, was promoted to associate professor and granted tenure. Klotz, who researches work-group dynamics, career transitions and other topics, has co-authored and published 23 research articles, six book chapters, and presented 19 conference papers. Klotz’s work has earned 1,300 citations according to Google Scholar, and 432 according to Thompson Reuters science metrics. Klotz joined the College of Business in 2013.

Oregon State University College of BusinessDr. Inara Scott, Gomo Family professor of management, was promoted to associate professor and granted tenure. Scott, who researches energy law, clean energy, sustainable development and sustainable business, came to OSU in 2012 after a decade of practicing law. Since joining OSU, she has authored 14 research articles, 10 of these published in top ten-percent law journals, and three book chapters.

Additionally, Amy Bourne, accounting, was promoted to senior instructor II; Michele Swift and Lacey McNeely, both in management, were promoted to senior instructor I.

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