Bryan J Pesta
 Title: Professor
 Dept: Management
 Office: BU 327
 Phone: 216-687-4749,  x3850
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. BU 327, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
HRM, g, intelligence, IQ, human resource management,
Ph.D., University of Akron
M.A., Cleveland State University
B.A., Cleveland State University
MLRHR, Cleveland State University
Brief Bio:
I'm currently a professor in the management department. I teach HR classes, mostly.

I have also served as an expert witness and statistician in federal court cases involving discrimination and adverse impact analysis.

I am indifferent about faculty profiles.
Honors and Awards:
o University Merit Pay Winner, May 2009, 2011 (Research).
o Nance College of Business Legacy Award, April 2008 (Teaching).
o University Merit Pay Winner, May 2007, 2012-2014 (Teaching).
o University Merit Pay Winner, May 2006 (Teaching).

Excellence in Humanist Communication
Harvard University
April, 21 2007
Recipient of the Excellence in Humanist Communication Award from the Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard University, April 2007

--Also been rejected by many elite journals!
Research Interests:
Human resource management. Differential psychology, and intelligence. Cognitive psychology. g in work settings. g predicting stuff.

I am also interested in:
Sexual harassment (preventing; not doing...)
Employment discrimination law
Decision making
HR selection / employment testing
Teaching Areas:
I usually teach in the business college classrooms.
Professional Affiliations:
No one will accept me!
Professional Experience:
Cleveland State University, Professor and Interim Assistant Dean of Graduate Business Programs, 2016-?

Cleveland State University, Associate Professor of Management and Labor Relations,

Cleveland State University, Assistant Professor of Management and Labor Relations, 2004-2010

Cleveland State University, Term Assistant Professor of Management and Labor Relations, 2001-2004

Cleveland State University, Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychology, 1998-2000