(on leave fall 2017)
- Ph.D., Virginia Tech
- M.B.A., The Darden School
- B.S., George Mason University
- Introduction to Organization and Management (MGMT 101)
- Managing for Sustainability (MSUS 300, 301, 400)
- The Stakeholder Organization (MGMT 302)
- The Strategic Organization (MGMT 304)
Research Interests and Selected Publications
Action Research: Project for Sustainable Eye Care (ProSEC). Series of interdisciplinary, experiential service-learning projects involving students from the School of Management and the College of Engineering.
The Marcellus Shale: Drilling Lease Decision Making, Impacts of Leasing on Quality of Life, Involvement of Women and Minorities in Gas Extraction Activities.
Hendry, J. R. and Vesilind, P. A. 2010. Ethical motivations for green business and engineering. IEEE Engineering Management Review: An International Anthology for the Engineering and Technology Manager. 38 (2): 54-63.
Hendry, J. R. 2007. Stakeholder care theory: The case of genetic engineering and nonhuman mammals. In R. Kolb, Ed., The Ethics of Genetic Commerce. Oxford: Blackwell, 190-207.
Hendry, J. R. 2006. Taking aim at business: What factors lead environmental NGOs to target particular firms? Business & Society, 45 (1): 47-86.
Hendry, J. R. 2005. Stakeholder influence strategies: An empirical exploration. Journal of Business Ethics, 61 (1): 79-99.
Recent Academic Leadership and Service
Academy of Management, Social Issues in Management Division, Professional Development Workshop Chair 2013-present; Secretary 2002-05; Rep-at-Large 2005-08.
International Association for Business and Society, Proceedings Editor 2010-present; President 2010-11; Conference Chair 2008-09.
Bucknell University, Chair of Committee on Athletics, 2013-present; Sustainability Working Group, 2010-present; MSUS Program Chair, 2010-present.