Office: 565 PACCAR Hall
Foster School of Business
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195-3226
- Assistant Professor of Management
- PhD University of Maryland, College Park (2010)
- MA University of Maryland, College Park (2007)
- BA The College of New Jersey (2005)
- corporate social responsibility
- organizational behavior
- Ethics and Morality
- Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior
- Conflict Management
- At the University of Washington since 2011
- Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Maryland, College Park, 2010-2011
- “Out of control: A self-control perspective on the link between surface acting and abusive supervision“
Journal Article: Yam, K. C., Fehr, R., Keng-Highberger, F. T., Klotz, A. C. & Reynolds, S. J., (2016). Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 101, pp. 292-301.
- “The grateful workplace: A multilevel model of gratitude in organizations“
Journal Article: Fehr, R., Fulmer, A., Awtrey, E., & Miller, J, (in press). Academy of Management Review,
- “Moralized Leadership: The Construction and Consequences of Ethical Leader Perceptions“
Journal Article: Fehr, R., Yam, K.C., & Dang, C., (2015). Academy of Management Review,
- “Out of Control: A Self-Control Perspective on the Link Between Surface Acting and Abusive Supervision“
Journal Article: Yam, C. K., Fehr, R., Fong, K., Klotz, A., Reynolds, S., (2015). Journal of Applied Psychology,
- “The Unburdening Effects of Forgiveness: Effects on Slant Perception and Jumping Height“
Journal Article: Zheng, M., Fehr, R., Tai, K., Narayanan, J., Gelfand, M., (2015). Social Psychology and Personality Science, Vol. 6, pp. 431-438.
- “Morning Employees are Better Employees: Employees’ Start Times Influence Supervisor Performance Ratings“
Journal Article: Yam, K. C., Fehr, R., & Barnes, C., (2014). Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 99, pp. 1288-1299.
- “The forgiving organization: A multilevel model of forgiveness at work“
Journal Article: Fehr, R., & Gelfand, M.J., (2012). Academy of Management Review, Vol. 37(4), pp. 664-688.
- “The road to forgiveness: A meta-analytic synthesis of its situational and dispositional correlates“
Journal Article: Fehr, R., Gelfand, M.J., & Nag, M., (2010). Psychological Bulletin, Vol. 136, pp. 894-914.
- “When apologies work: How matching apology components to victims’ self-construals facilitates forgiveness“
Journal Article: Fehr, R., & Gelfand, M.J., (2010). Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Vol. 113(1), pp. 37–50.
- “To prosper, organizational psychology should. . . adopt a global perspective“
Journal Article: Gelfand, M.J., Leslie, L.M., & Fehr, R., (2008). Journal of Organizational Behavior, Vol. 29, pp. 493–517.
Honors and Awards
- Ascendant scholar award, Western Academy of Management, 2016
- University of Washington PhD Program Mentoring Award, 2015
- University of Washington Evening MBA Core Professor of the Year, 2014-2015
- National University of Singapore Isaac Manasseh Meyer Fellowship, 2014
- Best Paper With Student First Author (Kai Chi Yam), AOM Human Resources Division, 2014
- Arnold P. Gold Foundation grant for humanistic healthcare research, Co-Investigator, 2013
- Best Paper for Excellence in Ethics, Notre Dame Excellence in Ethics Research Conference, 2013
- UW School of Medicine grant for conflict research, Co-Investigator, 2012
- Best Paper for New Directions in Conflict, AOM Conflict Management Division, 2011
- Best Dissertation for 2009 or 2010, International Association for Conflict Management
- Best Paper for New Directions in Conflict, AOM Conflict Management Division, 2009
- National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship
- Department of Homeland Security START Dissertation Fellowship
- International Association for Conflict Management DRRC Scholar Award
- National Science Foundation REU Grant
- MGMT504: Ethical Leadership
- MGMT320: Business, Government, and Society