RANGER RECOVERY

Bingqing Wu, Ph.D

  • Assistant Professor of Management
  • Business Department
  • Ph.D., University of Illinois, Chicago, 2019
  • EMAIL: wub@uwp.edu

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Human Resource Management
  • Leadership
  • Creativity
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Research Methods
Dr. Wu is an Assistant Professor of Management (SHRM Certified Professional). She earned her master’s degree in Labor and Employment Relations from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and her doctoral degree in Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior at the University of Illinois, Chicago. She was also a Chicago Metropolitan Exchange Scholar at Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. Her primary areas of research interest include leadership, ambivalence, and creativity. She has published her research in the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Business and Psychology, and Journal of General Management. She also has presented numerously at the Academy of Management conference and Southern Management Association (Best Paper Award Winner).

Teaching Interests

Human Resource Management, Organizational Behavior, Leadership

Research Interests

Creativity, Proactivity, High Involvement HRM Practice, Leadership, Ambivalence

Consulting Interests

Selected Publications

2022: Being Busy, Feeling Poor: Development and Validation of the Perceived Time Poverty Scale, International Journal of Selection and Assessment

2022: When Positives and Negatives Collide: Evidence for a Systematic Model of Employees’ Responses to Ambivalence , Journal of Business and Psychology

2022: Cooperation leads Change: Subordinate Moqi, Leader-member Exchange, and Change-oriented Organizational Citizenship Behaviors among Chinese Workers, Journal of General Management. Sage Publications

2021: The Interplay of Leader–Member Exchange and Peer Mentoring in Teams on Team Performance via Team Potency, Journal of Organizational Behavior

2020: Proactive Personality and Creative Behavior: Examining the Role of Thriving at Work and High-Involvement HR Practices, Journal of Business and Psychology

2019: Reversing the Pollyanna: Core Self-Evaluations and Perceived Social Acceptance-A Moderated Curvilinear Relationship, Journal of Business and Psychology

2014: Social networking websites and personnel selection: A call for academic research, Psychology Press

Teaching Awards

2022: Nominated for the Very Impactful Professors and Staff (VIPS) honor in recognition of support with Parkside Athlete students, Very Impactful Professors and Staff (VIPS) , Parkside Athletics / Gateway Mortgage

Research/Creative Awards

2021:

, Research and Creative Activity Award, University of Wisconsin Parkside
2020: Best Conference Paper Award for Human Resources/Research Method Track, Southern Management Association

University Service

: Committee Chair - Awards and Ceremonies

Professional Service

: Committee Member - College-Level Examination Program Test Development
BUS 494 - INTERNSHIP IN BUSINESS
HRM 343 - Human Resource Management
MBA 742 - Leadrshp:Theory,Applcn,Skl Dev
MGT 446 - Global Management
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