Faculty & Staff
Karen Yarrish Ph.D.Associate Professor and Chairperson, BMT Division Department or Division: Division of Management Office Location: Harris Hall, Room 208 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Number: (570) 945-8435
What makes Keystone special to me?
"The collaborative, caring, friendly environment. The wonderful students, administrators, staff, and faculty."
King's College, Bachelor's Degree, Business Administration
University of Scranton, Master's Degree, Human Resource Management
The Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D. Workforce Education and Development
HRM 102, Intro to Human Resource Management HRM 230, Employment Law HRM 325, Compensation & Development HRM 345, Training & Development HRM 400, Organizational Analysis and Change HRM 445, Current Topics in HRM
Presentations: The Effect of Organizational Structure on Single-Source
and Multiple-Source Performance Appraisal Processes: Implications for HRD.
Paper presented to members of the Academy of Human Resource Development at the AHRD 2001 Conference in Tulsa, OK, March 4, 2001.
"Multi-source feedback appraisal in two types of organizational structures: How self, supervisor, and other ratings differ."
Paper presented to members of the Academy of Human Resource Development at the AHRD 2002 Conference in Honolulu, Hawaii, March 3, 2002.
Multi-source feedback appraisal in two types of organizational structures: How self, supervisor, and other ratings differ. In T. M.
Egan (Ed.) 2002 Conference Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development, 940-947, Honolulu, Hawaii: The Academy of Human Resource Development.
The effect of organizational structure on single -source and multiple-source performance appraisal processes: Implications for HRD. In O. A. Agliaga (Ed.) 2001 Conference Proceedings of the Academy of Human Resource Development, 972-979, Baton Rouge, LA: The Academy of Human Resource Development.
Examining the relationship between a multi-source feedback performance appraisal and ratee acceptance in a loosely coupled system.
Dissertation topic for Doctor of Philosophy Degree, Workforce Education & Development program at the Pennsylvania State University.