Professor Christine M. Shea Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Inclusive Excellence

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January 2, 2013


Professor
Christine M. Shea

Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Inclusive Excellence

Christine.shea@unh.edu

Thompson Hall

Durham NH 03824

(603)862
-
3290


EDUCATION:


Ph.D., Business Administration, Interdisciplinary
studies in
Orga
nizational

Behavior

and Operations
Management, The Richard Ivey School of Business, The University of Western Ontario, 1995


Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.), Wilfrid Laurier University, 1984


Bachelor of Business Administration (honors) (B.B.A),

Wilfrid Laurier University, 1980


EXPERIENCE:


The
Universit
y of New Hampshire, Durham
, NH

2013
-
present

Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Inclusive Excellence


Responsible for fostering a climate of civil discourse based on inclusiveness of diverse

experiences, histories, and cultures across the entire spectrum of University activities, including
involvement in hiring, development, support and retention for faculty, staff and students. Point
leadership position in fulfilling the “Inclusive Excelle
nce” goals in the University’s Strategic Plan.


The Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics, The University of New Hampshire

2010
-
present

Professor of Technology and Operations Management

2008
-
2012

Associate Dean of

Graduate Programs and Research

2000
-
2010

Associate Professor of Technology and Operations Management

1994
-
2000

Assistant Professor of Operations Management


As Associate Dean, r
esponsible for nationally ranked and recognized graduate programs in business
and economics, including strate
gic planning, human resource planning, and
program implementation,
from marketing and admissions to graduation.
Initiatives have include leading

the assurance of
learning effort needed for AACSB reaffirmation in 200
8
-
200
9,
overseeing
the graduate programs

website redesign,
developing relationships and negotiating

agreements with
strategic
int
ernational
partners, representing

the school on the univer
sity research council, and
designing and implementing
an onlin
e MBA. Major strengths include networking, man
agement, problem solving, and proposal
writing.



Magna International
,

Devtek
Aerospace Division

(now Heroux
-
Devtek)
, Kitchener
,
O
n
tario


1980
-
1990 Promoted through multiple

management ranks, including Engineering Contracts
Administrator, Manufacturi
ng Contracts Manager, Materials Manager, and Operations Manager, in
the aerospace division of this leading global supplier of predominantly automotive
-
industry based
high technology systems. Primary customers included the Canadian government and large aer
ospace
and defence contractors such as Martin Marietta. Developed a deep appreciation for high technology

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design and manufacturing
, supply chain relationship management,

and
negotiating and
leading
complex
contracts and
projects
.







HONORS

AND AWARDS
:




IAMOT Service to the MOT Community Award, Awarded at the Annual Meeting of the
International Association for the Management of Technology in Taiwan in March 2012.



Kidder Fund Faculty Award

for
Diverse
Community Leadership,

2009





The Whittemore Schoo
l of Business & Economics,
Research Fellowship, Summer 2006



Nominated to the National Network of Women Leaders in Higher Education, New Hampshire
Chapter, 2006



The Whittemore School of Business & Economics, Research Fellowship, Summer 2005



University of Ne
w Hampshire Outreach Sch
olar Award, 2004
-
2005



Board Member of the Year Award, Homemakers

Health Services, 2005




University of New Hampshire
Pink Triangle Award

for Community Leadership, 2005




The Whittemore School of Business & Economics,
Research
Fellow
ship
, Summer 2003



The Whittemore School of Business & Economics,
Research

Fellowship
, Summer 1999



University of New Hampshire, School of Graduate Stud
ies, Faculty Fellowship, 1998



University of Western Ontario Graduate Studies Fellowship, 1993
-
94



Social Sc
iences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

Doctoral Fellowship, 1993
-
94




Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

Doctoral Fellowship, 1992
-
93



Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada

Doctoral Fellowship, 1991
-
92



Un
iversity of Western Ontario Ph.D. Program Fellowship, 1990
-
91, 1991
-
92


SERVICE AND ADMINISTRATION
:


International Initiatives:




Negotiated an agreement for friendship and cooperation between Hanyang University, South
Korea,
and
the University of New Hamps
hire. Developed and negotiated i
mplementation plans
including the first UNH inter
-
university
dual undergraduate
degree (BSBA/BSBA), the first UNH
inter
-
university

dual

graduate
degree

(MS/MBA)
, faculty exchanges, and UNH student
internships in South Korea
, 2010
-
prese
nt



Negotiated an agreement for friendship and cooperation between the Universite de Sherbrooke,
Quebec, Canada, and the University of New Hampshire.
Currently working on d
eveloping
a

joint
executive MBA
program
, 2010
-
present



Member of the Steer
ing Committee for the design of the Master of Science in the Management of
Technology delivered in Seoul, South Korea, by UNH
and South Korean
faculty
teams
. First
UNH faculty member to teach in a UNH degree prog
ram offered abroad, 2006
-
2009


Broader
Comm
unity Outreach:




Member of the Board of Directors of the International Association for the Managemen
t of
Technology, 2011
-
present
, and elected Secretary of the Executive Committee, 2012
-
present


3





Member of the National Network of Women Leaders in Higher Educ
ation, New Hampshire
Chapter, 2006
-
present



Treasurer and Executive Committee Member, The Homemakers Health Services, Rochester,
NH, 2006
-
2010



Member of the Education Committee of the International Association for the Manage
ment of
Technology, 2008
-
2009



Rev
iewer for the National Science Foundation Innovation and Organizational Change
Division, 2006



Chair of the Strategic Planning Committee, The Homemakers Health Services, Rochester, NH,
2005
-
2010



Member of the Board of Directors, The Homemakers Health Servic
es, Rochester, NH, 2004
-
2010



Reviewer for various journals and
conferences

proceedings,
including
Organization Science
,
R
& D Management,
the Academy of Management
,

The International Association for the
Management of Technology, and
Decision Sciences Insti
tute


University
-
level Service
:




Chair, University Council for Inclusive Excellence and Equity, 2013
-
present



Member, Faculty Senate ad hoc Promotion and Tenure Standards Oversight Committee, 2013
-
present



Member of the Steering Committee of the UNH Advance
Team for the Advancement and
Support of Women Faculty in the Science, Technology and Math (STEM) disciplines, and
chair of the Effectiveness Assessment Committee, 2007
-
present



Member, Kidder Award Committee, 2006
-
present



Reviewer, eUNH Online Learning Part
ner Req
uest for Proposals, 2012



Member of the UNH Flexible Work Arran
gements Task Force, 2011
-
2012



Member, UNH R
esearch Council, 2009
-
2012



Member, UNH Graduate School at Manchester Campus Adv
isory Committee, 2008
-
2012



Faculty Marshal, UNH Commencement Cer
e
mony, Spring 2000, 2006
-
2012



Member, UNH Research and Outreach Advisory Board, 2007
-
2011



Seminar Panelist, Promotion and Tenure Workshop: Conversation with the Deans,
March

2009



Member
of the UNH Service Unit Advisory Board, 2008
-
2009



Member, President’s
Commission on the Status of GLBT Issues, 2005
-
2009




Representative of the Whittemore School of Business and Economics on the Graduate Council

and

Member of the Program Review Committee
, 2007
-
2008



Coach and Proposal Reviewer, Outreach Scholars Program, 200
5
-
2007



Participant,
Many Faces, One Mission: Inclusion.

UNH Di
versity Initiatives video, 2006



Chair, Assessments Subcommittee of Responsibility Centered Management System Fifth Year
Revie
w Steering Committee, 2005
-
2006



Faculty Senate Representative on th
e Responsibility Centered Management System Fifth
-
Year
Review
Steering Committee, 2005
-
2006



Participant in the inaugural class of the Outreach Scholars Academy, 2004
-
200
5



Member, Cent
ral Budget Committee, 2004
-
2005



Master of Ceremonies, Annual Women’s Com
m
ission Awards Ceremony, 2005



Chair, Finance and Administration Committee o
f the Faculty Senate, 2004
-
2005



Member, President’s Commission on the Status of Women,
2003
-
2005


4





Member,
Diversity Strategic P
lanning Task Force, 2004
-
2005



Chair, Institutional Effec
tiveness Subcommittee of the Diversity Strategic P
lanning Task
Force, 2004
-
2005



Member of the UNH Responsibility Centered Management System Fifth
-
Year Review

Planning Task Force, 2004
-
2005



Invited Panelist, UNH Promotion and Tenure Workshop for Faculty Wom
en, 2004



Member, Graduate School Dean Search Committee, 2004



Member, President’s Study Circle on Diversity, 2003
-
2004



Member, University Part Time Graduate Students Scholarship Committee, 2001
-
2004



Member, Distance

Education Work Group, 2002
-
2003


Colleg
e
-
level

Service
:




Program Director, Whittemore School’s Women’s Leadership Development Program, 2012
-
present



Program

Director

for the
first online MBA, 2011
-
2012



Member, Whittemore School Executive Committee, 2008
-
2012



Chair, Executive Development Program
Director Recruiting Committee, 2010
-
2011



Member, Whittemore School Advisory Board Strategic
Planning Committee, 2008
-
2011



Member,
Building Committee, 2008
-
2012



Chair, Building Te
chnology Committee, 2008
-
2012



Co
-
chair
, Graduate Programs Continuous Improveme
nt Team, 2
008
-
2012



Member, Graduate Programs Committee, 2007
-
2008



Co
-
Program Director, MS
-
MOT Program for Korea, 2006
-
2008



Co
-
Program Director, MS
-
MOT Program for BAE Systems, 2005
-
2008



Chair, WSBE Scholarship and Awards Committee, 1995
-
2008



Member, BAE MS
-
MOT Steering

Committee, 2004
-
2005



Member, D
ean’s Search Committee, 2006
-
2007



Member, MS
-
MOT Program Development Committee, 2001
-
2004



Member, MS
-
MOT 5
th

year Program Committee, 2002
-
2003



Academic Director of Graduate Business Programs, 2001
-
2003



Chair, G
raduate Business Programs Review Committee, 2001
-
2003


Department
-
level

Service
:




Chair, Decision Sciences Department P & T Committee, 2012
-
2013



Chair, Decision Sciences Department P & T Committee, 2004
-
200
5



Decision Sciences Department representative to t
he Faculty Senate, 2003
-
2005



Member, Decision Sciences Department Recruiting Committee, 2003
-
2004



Member
,

Decision Sciences Department P & T Committee, 2002
-
2003



Chair
,

Decision Sciences Department Recruiting Committee, 2002
-
2003



Decision Sciences Departme
nt representative to the WSBE and WSBAF curriculum
committees, 1999
-
2000





SCHOLARSHIP


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Refereed

Journal
Articles

and Proceedings
:


Shea, C.M., Grinde, R., & Elmslie, B.T. (
2011
) Nanotechnology as General Purpose Technology:
Empirical Evidence and Imp
lications.
Technology Analysis and Strategic Management
, 23/2, 191
-
208.


Shea, C.M., Grinde,

R.G., & Elmslie, B.T. (2007)

Is nanotechnology a
general
-
purpose

technology?
Evidence and implications. Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Internation
al Association for the
Management of Technology, Miami, Florida, May 2007.


Howell, J.M. & Shea, C.M. (
2006
)
E
ffects of champion behavior, team potency, and external
communication activities on predicting project performance.
Group and Organization M
anagement
,
31/2
, 180
-
211
.


Shea, C.M. (
2005
)

Future m
anagement
r
esearch

directions in nanotechnology: A case study
.
Journal of Engineering and Technology Management
,
22/3
, 185
-
200.


Howell, J.M., Shea, C.M., & Higgins, C.A. (
2005
) Champions of
product innovations: Defining,
developing and validating a measure of champion behavior.
Journal of Business Venturing
,
20
, 641
-
661.


Shea, C.M.
(2005)

Nanotechnology: Management and Research Challenge and Opportunity.
Proceedings of the 4
th

Globa
l Conference on Business and Economics
, Oxford, England, 2005.


Howell, J.M. & Shea, C.M. (2001) Individual differences, environmental scanning, innovation
framing, and champion behavior: Key predictors of project performance.
Journal of Product
Innov
ation Management
,
18
, 15
-
28.


Shea, C.M. & Howell, J.M. (2000) Efficacy
-
performance spirals: An empirical test.
Journal of
Management
,
26/4
.


Shea, C.M. & Howell, J.M. (1999) Charismatic leadership and task feedback: A laboratory study of
thei
r effect on self
-
efficacy and performance.
Leadership Quarterly
,
10/3
.


Shea, C.M. (1999) The effect of leadership style on performance improvement on a manufacturing
task.
Journal of Business
,
72
, 407
-
422.


Shea, C.M. & Howell, J.M. (1998) Orga
nizational antecedents to the successful implementation of
Total Quality Management: A social cognitive perspective.
Journal of Quality Management
,
3
, 3
-
24.


Howe
ll, J.M., & Shea, C.M. (1998)

The effects of support for innovation, boundary activities,

and
champion strength on team effectiveness and product innovation success.
Proceedings of the annual
meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute
, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 1998.


Howell, J.M., Shea, C.M., & Higgins, C. (1998). Champions of product
innovation: Defining,
developing and validating a measure of champion strength.
Best paper proceedings of the annual
meeting of the Academy of Management
, Technology and Innovation Management Division, San
Diego, August 1998.



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Kirkpatrick, S., Howell,
J.M. & Shea, C.M. (1996). Charismatic leadership and the creation of
meaning: Results from three laboratory experiments.
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the
Administrative Association of Canada

(Organizational Behavior Division), Montreal, Quebec,

1996.


Shea, C.M. (1995) Employee involvement in Statistical Process Control: A social cognitive
perspective.
Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute Annual Meeting
, Organizational

Behavior

Track, Boston,
Massachusetts
, 1995.


Shea, C.M. an
d Howell, J.M. (1994) A test of the effect of task feedback and leadership

behavior

on
quality improvement on a manufacturing task.
Proceedings of the Decision Sciences Institute Annual
Meeting
, Quality and Productivity Track, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1994.


Higgins, C.A., Howell, J.M. & Shea, C.M. (1993) Development of an act frequency measure of
championship.
Proceedings of the Association of Management Annual Meeting
, Information
Technology Division, Atlanta, 1993.


Shea, C.M. & Howell, J.M. (1992) R
econceptualizing the empowerment process.
Proceedings of
the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Annual Meeting
, Organizational Behavior
Division, Quebec City, 1992.


Manuscripts
submitted
:


Shea, C.M. & Harvey, P. Managing Nanotechnology
-
base
d Innovation: The Need for Emergent
Congruence. Under review by
Technovation.



Non
-
refereed Publications:


Shea, C.M. Managing Nanotechnology
-
based Innovation through Emergent Congruence. Invited
book chapter in A. Eftekhari (Ed.),
Nanotechnology Mana
gement
, in press at John Wiley.


Williams, J.E., Abrams, E., & Shea, C.M. (
2009
) Building a sustainable community of engaged
scholars: The University of New Hampshire’s Outreach Scholars Academy (Case Study). In J. Aber,
T. Kelly & B. Mallory (Eds.)

Building a Sustainable Learning Community: One University’s
Journey to the Future
, University Press of New England.


Shea, Christine M. & Lane
, H.W. (1997)

Moscow Aerostar Hotel. In Lane, H.W., DiStefano, J.J. &
Maznevski, M.L. (Eds.)
International

Management Behavior
, (Third Edition), Blackwell Publishers
Ltd.: Cambridge, Ma. (Also published by the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of
Western Ontario under case No. 9
-
92
-
C010.)


Presentations:


Effective Associate Dean,
Invited p
re
sentation at the Associate Deans’ Conference of the
Association for the Advancement of Collegiate Schools of Business, St. Pete’s Beach, Florida,
November 2011.


The Case for
IAMOT
Accreditation
,
Invited p
resentation at the Annual Meeting of the
Internati
onal Association for the Management of Technology, Miami, Florida, March 2011.



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What Type of Technological Innovation is Nanotechnology and Why Do We Need to Know?
Paper accepted for presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in
Ann
aheim, CA, in August 2008.


Is nanotechnology a general purpose technology? Evidence and implications. Paper presented at the
annual meeting of the International Association for the Management of Technology, Miami, Florida,
May 2007.


“Empirical evid
ence of nanotechnology as General Purpose Technology.” Paper presented at the joint
Whittemore School and Decision Sciences Department research seminar series, March 2007.


Invited Keynote Speaker, Outreach Scholars Academy Induction Ceremony, January 2
007.


Nanotechnology: Management and Research Challenge and Opportunity. Paper presented at the
4
th

Global Conference on Business and Economics, Oxford, England, 2005.


“Champions of Innovation: The Development of Knowledge through Research.” Invit
ed
Keynote
Speaker, Rochester Institute of Technology, New Product Development Forum, April 2005.



Technology commercialization: What it takes
.”

Invited Keynote Speaker, BAE Engineering
Fellows Offsite Conference, Durham, NH,
November
2004.



Assess
ing the organizational implications of nanotechnology: A new line of management research
inquiry.


Presented
at the Foresight Institute on Molecular Nanotechnology Conference, San
Francisco, CA, October 2003.



Assessing the organization impact of nano
technology.


Paper presented at the annual

meeting of the Decision Sciences Institute, San Diego, CA, November 2002.



Assessing the organization
al

impact of nanotechnology.


Paper presented at the joint Whittemore
School and Decision Sciences Departm
ent research seminar series, November 2002.



Effects of external communication activities, championship behavior and team potency on predicting
project performance.


Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management,
Washington, DC, Au
gust 2001.


“Team management for supervisors and champions”. Seminar for Bell and Gossett Division of ITT,
Chicago, IL, March 2001.


“Anticipating and Managing Innovation”. Invited presentation at the Granite State APICS meeting,
Portsmouth, NH, Janu
ary 2001.



Individual differences, environmental scanning, innovation framing and champion behaviors: Key
predictors of project performance.


Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Academy of
Management, Chicago, August 1999.



Efficacy
-
perfor
mance spirals: An empirical test of a theory.


Paper presented at the annual meeting
of the Academy of Management (Organizational Behavior Division), Cincinnati, Ohio in August
1996.



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GRANTS


Co
-
PI for an NSF
ADVANCE
Institutional Transformation Grant

in support of Women Faculty in
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math:
$3,70
0,000


Member of the Leadership Team for the NSF Advance PAID grant awarded to UNH in September
2009 for Women Faculty in Science, Technology, Engi
neering and Math: $1,300,000