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Vogt, Emily

Doctor of Business Administration Program Chair and Assistant Professor of Management, Bisk College of Business

Educational Background

University of Rochester; Rochester, NY
May 2014. Doctor of Philosophy, Higher Education Leadership

St. John Fisher College; Rochester, NY
May 2007. Master of Science, Organizational Learning and Human Resource Development
May 2003. Bachelor of Arts, English Literature with Sociology Minor

Monroe Community College; Rochester, NY
December 2001. Associates in Science, Liberal Arts-General Studies

Current Courses

MGT 6002 Organizational Behavior, Ethics, and Responsibilities in Business Management

MGT 6999 Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods

MGT 5015 Organizational Planning and Development

EMG 3331 Management of Human Resources

Professional Experience

Doctor of Business Administration Program Chair and Faculty
and Assistant Professor of Management, 2015 to present
Nathan M. Bisk College of Business, Florida Institute of Technology

Adjunct Faculty, 2011 to 2015
Nathan M. Bisk College of Business, Florida Institute of Technology

Instructor, 2011 to 2012
Rochester Scholars Program, University of Rochester

Graduate Assistant, 2008 to 2009
Admissions, University of Rochester - Margaret Warner School of Education

Program Implementation Manager, 2006 to 2007
Geriatric Management, BlueCross BlueShield

EMBA Program Services Coordinator, 2004 to 2006
School of Business, St. John Fisher College

Wellness Center Coordinator, 2003 to 2003
Health Services, St. John Fisher College

Career Services Student Advisor, 2003 to 2004
Career Center, St. John Fisher College

Selected Publications

Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals
Newsom, K. & Vogt, E. (2016). A conceptual discussion of ageism as a mechanism of discrimination in the workplace. International Journal of Management & Organizational Studies, 5(2) 58-65.

Grant, R. & Vogt, E. (2015). Human Resources Management: Self-Efficacy as a determinant of information technology effectiveness. International Journal of Management and Organizational Studies, 4(4), 153-162.

Vogt, E. (2015). Hearing the silence: Acknowledging the voices of my Latina sisters. Research in Higher Education Journal, 28, 1-16.

Kiyama, J.M. & Harris, D.M. with Ares, N., Dache-Gerbino, A., Quinones, S., Smalls, M.M., Soler, A. & Vogt, E.M. (2010). School Experiences of Latina/o Students: A Community-Based Study of Resources, Challenges, and Successes, Part I. Rochester, NY: Ibero-American Action League.

Works in Progress
Supporting African American Students Transitioning to a Doctoral Program: A Case Study Identifying the Factors Promoting Academic Success

Narratives Lost in the Box: The Trichotomy of Latina Student Identity Transition Stages As a Result of Mass Media and On-Campus Stereotyping - submitted and in review

People of Color Transitioning to Roles of Authority in Higher Education: Hitting Your Head on the Glass Ceiling