Contact Information & Background
Chair, Department of Management & Business
Associate Professor of Management
Office: PMH 207
- Ph.D., Organizational Studies, State University of New York
- B.S., Business, Skidmore College
- MB 107 Business Organization and Management
- MB224 Foundations of Organizational Behavior
- MB351C Visualizing Work: Pop Culture’s Representation of the Work Experience
- MB358 Human Resource Management
- Scribner Seminar (FYE)
Recent Research Presentations
- “Exploring student team pedagogies across the higher education curriculum” at Lilly Conference Series on College and University Teaching and Learning (February 2015) – with Erik Eddy
- “From companies to classrooms: Do teambuilding and feedback methods transfer?” at
Institute of Behavioral and Applied Management (October 2014) – with Raiza Nazareth & Sze Wa Chung
- “The Social Media Team” at Case Association (May 2014)
- “Shifting the curriculum: Developing, implementing, and assessing a business writing
requirement” at Academy of Management (August 2012)
- “The impact of mentoring on employee attitudes, competencies, and performance” at
International Academy of Management and Business (January 2011) with Paul Thurston and Erik Eddy
- “Exploring how stories facilitate learning in work-related mentoring interactions”
at International Academy of Management and Business (January 2011) with Hali Alpert
- “Developmental interactions for business students: Do they make a difference?” at Academy of Management (August 2009)
- Thurston, P.W., D’Abate, C.P., & Eddy, E.R. (2012). Mentoring as an HRD approach:
Effects on employee attitudes and contributions independent of core self-evaluation.
Human Resource Development Quarterly, 23(2), 139-165.
- Eddy, E., D’Abate, C., & Thurston, P. W. (2010). Explaining engagement in personal
activities on company time. Personnel Review, 39(5), 639-654.
- D’Abate, C. (2010). Developmental interactions for business students: Do they make
a difference? Special issues edition on the “Frontiers on Management Education” of
the Journal of Leadership and Organizational Studies, 17(2), 143-155.
- D’Abate, C. P., Youndt, M., & Wenzel, K. E. (2009). Making the most of an internship:
An empirical study of internship satisfaction. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 8(4), 527-539.
- D’Abate, C. (2009). Defining mentoring in the First-Year Experience: One institution’s
approach to clarifying the meaning of mentoring first-year students. Journal of the First-Year Experience & Students in Transition, 21(1), 65-91.
- D’Abate, C. P., & Eddy, E. R. (2008). Mentoring as a learning tool: Enhancing the
effectiveness of an undergraduate business mentoring program. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, 16(4), 363-378.
- D’Abate, C. P., & Eddy, E. R. (2007). Engaging in personal business on the job: Extending
the presenteeism construct. Human Resource Development Quarterly, 18(3), 361-383.
- Prasad, P., D’Abate, C., & Prasad, A. (2007). Organizational challenges at the periphery:
Career issues for the socially marginalized. In H. P. Gunz & M. A. Peiperl (Eds.),
Handbook of Career Studies. Sage Publications.
- Eddy, E. R., D’Abate, C. P., Tannenbaum, S. I., Givens-Skeaton, S., & Robinson, G.
(2006). Key characteristics of effective and ineffective developmental interactions.
Human Resource Development Quarterly, 17(1), 59-84.
- D’Abate, C. (2005). Working hard or hardly working: A study of individuals engaging
in personal business on the job. Human Relations, 58(8), 1009-1032.
- D’Abate, C., Eddy, E., & Tannenbaum, S. T. (2003). What’s in a name? A literature-based approach to understanding mentoring, coaching, and other constructs that describe developmental interactions. Human Resource Development Review, 2(4), 360-384.