Phillip Jolly is a fifth-year doctoral candidate studying human resource management and organizational behavior at the Bauer College of Business. His research interests fall in two broad streams 1) social cognition in the workplace and 2) diversity and inclusion. He is the recipient of multiple awards for his research and teaching, including Best Doctoral Student Paper at the 2015 Southern Management Association Meeting and Best Paper in the MSR Division at the 2016 Academy of Management Conference.
Prior to returning to school, Phil held positions in manufacturing, accounting, and HR, and spent several years as a professional bluegrass musician.
- Social Cognition (Identity, Implicit Theories, Sensemaking)
- Diversity (Race, Ethnicity, Gender, Religion)
- Jolly, P. M., & Tabesh, P. (2016). Beyond the law: Psychological and relational processes underlying religious accommodation decisions. In John Humphreys (Ed.), Best Paper Proceedings of the Seventy-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Online ISSN: 2151-6561.
- Kong, D., & Jolly, P. M. (2016). U.S. ethnic minorities' sensemaking of psychological contract violation in the workplace. In John Humphreys (Ed.), Best Paper Proceedings of the Seventy-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management. Online ISSN: 2151-6561.
Academic Associations & Editorial Boards
- Academy of Management
- Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology
- Society for Human Resource Management
- Southern Management Association
- Organizational Behavior Teaching Society
- MH 310L
- No Web Site Currently
- MANA 3335 - Intro to Organizational Behavior and Management
- MANA 4358 - Compensation Systems
MBA - University of Alaska
BA - Montana State University