Areas of Expertise
- Human Resource Management including Personal and Labor Relations
- Mentoring and Coaching
ChrobotMason, Donna, Raggins, Belle Rose, and Linnehan, Frank, Second hand smoke: the effect of racial harassment at work. Journal of Managerial Psychology (Forthcoming)
DiRenzo, Marco, Weer, Christy, and Linnehan, Frank, Protégé career aspirations: The influence of formal e-mentor networks and family-based role models. Journal of Vocational Behavior 83 (Feb 2013): 41-50.
Linnehan, Frank, Weer, Christy, and Stonely, Paul, High school guidance counselor recommendations: The role of student race, socioeconomic status and academic performance.. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 41 (Year 2011): 536-558.
Weidman, S. M., Curatola, Anthony, and Linnehan, Frank, An Experimental Investigation of the Intentions to Accrue and Disclose Environmental Liabilities. Advances in Public Interest Accounting 15 (Jun 2010): 195-243.
Weer, Christy, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Linnehan, Frank, Committment to nonwork roles and job performance: Enrichment and conflict perspectives. Journal of Vocational Behavior 76 (Apr 2010): 306-316.
DiRenzo, Marco, Linnehan, Frank, Shao, Ping, and Rosenberg, William, A moderated mediation model of e-mentoring. Journal of Vocational Behavior 76 (Spring 2010): 292-305.
Weer, Christy, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Linnehan, Frank, Commitment to nonwork roles and job performance: enrichment and conflict perspectives. Journal of Vocational Behavior 76 (Spring 2010): 306-316.
Linnehan, Frank, ChrobotMason, Donna, and Konrad, Alison, Diversity attitudes and norms: The role of ethnic identity and relational demography. Journal of Organizational Behavior 27 (Oct 2006): 419-442.
Foley, Sharon, Linnehan, Frank, Greenhaus, Jeffrey, and Weer, Christy, The impact of gender similarity and racial similarity to family-supportive supervision. Group and Organization Management 31 (May 2006): 420-441.
Linnehan, Frank, Weer, Christy, and Uhl, J, African American Students Early Trust Beliefs in Work-Based Mentors. Journal of Vocational Behavior 66 (Sep 2005): 501-515.
Linnehan, Frank, and DeCarolis, Donna, Strategic Frameworks for Understanding Employer Participation in School-to-Work Programs. Strategic Management Journal 26 (Jun 2005): 523-539.
Konrad, Alison, Ross, Gerry, and Linnehan, Frank, Is Promoting an African American Unfair? The triple interaction of participant ethnicity, target ethnicity and ethnic identity?. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 36 (Nov 2004): 1215-1233.
Linnehan, Frank, The relationship of source credibility and message strength to the attitudes and beliefs of student participants in a job shadow program.. Journal of Vocational Education 29 (May 2004): 67-81.
Linnehan, Frank, The relationship of source credibility and message strength to the attitudes and beliefs of student participants in a job shadow program.. Journal of Vocational Education 29 (Apr 2004): 67-81.
Linnehan, Frank, and Blau, Gary, Testing the impact of job search and recruitment source on new hire turnover in a Maquiladora. Applied Psychology 52 (Sep 2003): 252-270.
Linnehan, Frank, A longitudinal study of work based, adult youth mentoring. Journal of Vocational Behavior 63 (Sep 2003): 40-54.
Linnehan, Frank, Konrad, A, Reitman, A, Greenhalgh, A, and London, M, Behavioral goals for a diverse organization: The effects of attitudes, social norms and radical identity for Asian Americans and Whites. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 33 (Sep 2003): 1331-1359.
Linnehan, Frank, The relation of a work-based mentoring program to the academic performance and behavior of African American students. Journal of Vocational Behavior 59 (Sep 2001): 310-325.
Linnehan, Frank, Examining racial and family educational background differences in high school student beliefs and attitudes toward academic performance.. Social Psychology of Education 5 (Sep 2001): 31-48.
Linnehan, Frank, “Affirmative Action.” Encyclopedia of Career Development, Ed. Greenhaus, J & Callanan, G.. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, (2006):
Linnehan, Frank, “School-to-work Transitions.” Encyclopedia of Career Development, Ed. Greenhaus, J & Callanan, G.. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, (2006):
Linnehan, Frank, “Meaures for quantitative diversity scholarship.” Handbook of workplace diversity, Ed. Konrad, AN, Prasad P & Pringle, J K. London, UK: Sage, (2006): 237-270.
Linnehan, Frank, A longitudinal examination of the effects of e-…, Academy of Management National Conference: San Antonio, TX,
ChrobotMason, Donna, Ragins, Belle, and Linnehan, Frank, Is ignorance really bliss? Race and awareness of racial harassment in the workplace, National Academy of Management: Chicago, IL,
Dryer, Dylan, Finnin, Christoper, Warnock, Scott, and Linnehan, Frank, Measuring quality, tracking curricular changes: Methods and results of a large,, Writing Research Across Borders: Vienna, VA, (Feb 2011):
Hamilton, R, Linnehan, Frank, and McCain, Roger, Emergency Department Overcrowding as a Nash Equilibrium: Hypothesis and Test by Questionnaire, Games 2008 Third World Conference of the Game Theory Society: Evanston, Il, (Jul 2008):
Linnehan, Frank, Connecting Academia and the World of Practice, Philadelphia Senior Executive Group-Human Capital Division: Philadelphia, PA, (Jun 2008):
Warnock, Scott, and Linnehan, Frank, Responding to accreditation pressure: An assessment structure to evaluate undergraduate writing, Writing Across Borders. International writing and rhetoric conference: Santa Barbara, CA, (Feb 2008):
Linnehan, Frank, and Konrad, Alison, Selling Diversity to Corporate America: Unintended messages in the diverrsity management literature, Easter Academic of Management Feb 1998. (May 1998):
BA Economics - State University of New York, Binghamton 1973
MBA - Pepperdine University 1983
PhD Human Resources Administration - Temple University 1995
Corporate-GE Capital Manager-Employee Relations Newport Beach CA Nov 1973 - May 1984
Corporate-Meritor Savings Bank SVP-Human Resources Philadelphia PA May 1984 - Aug 1990
Memberships/Board-Philadelphia Academies, Inc Board of Directors Philadelphia PA May 1989 -
Vice Dean Frank Linnehan, Ph.D., was quoted in an NPR segment produced by WBUR in Boston about how colleges can deepen their brands by building satellite campuses in other states. Linnehan offered the following questions to help frame the discussion for institutions considering branching out: “How do you establish the brand? How do you make the economics work? And what is the purpose of being there.”
Frank Linnehan, Ph.D., interim executive director of the Sacramento Center for Graduate Studies, was quoted in an Inside Higher Ed story about Northeastern University opening a graduate campus in Charlotte, N.C. Linnehan discussed establishing Drexel’s brand thousands of miles from the original Philadelphia campus.