Jeffrey Greenhaus, PhD
Areas of Expertise
- Career Management
- Work Life Balance/Conflict
BA - Hofstra University 1965
PhD Industrial Organizational Psychology - New York University 1970
Academic-City College of New York Research Assistant Professor New York NY Sep 1970 - Jun 1973
Academic-Stevens Institute of Technology Assistant to Associate Professor Hoboken NJ Sep 1973 - Jun 1981
Jeffrey Greenhaus Ph.D., professor of management was quoted in an article on modernmom.com discussing the conflict between work and family for female professionals.”Conflict can occur in the family when work interferes with your family life. Conflict in the job can occur when the family interferes with your work life. If you have a young child at home, for example, and you have a job with inflexible hours or one that requires you to travel, you will experience conflict. Often, the conflict will cause stress in your life.”
Jeffrey Greenhaus, Ph.D., Drexel LeBow’s William A. Mackie Chaired Professor, knows a thing or two about commitment. He’s been a member of the College’s faculty for more than 30 years. He’s been married to his wife, Adele, for 44 years. He even lives in the same Cherry Hill, N.J., home that he and his wife purchased in 1981, the year he joined the faculty.
The past year was one of both change and continuity for Drexel LeBow. The biggest change occurred in the dean’s office, with George P. Tsetsekos, Ph.D., stepping down after 10 years at the helm. Our former dean remains with us as the George B. Francis Professor of Finance and the trajectory he established for LeBow College of Business continues to be realized through the achievements of 2012. Here are just a few highlights.