Professor Nick Beutell has extensive experience in academic administration, teaching, research, and consulting.  He has served as dean, associate dean, director of research, department chair, and IRB chair.  He has lead major accreditation processes for business (AACSB) and athletics (NCAA).  He has served as a human resources consultant to major companies.  His recent work has focused on wellbeing in relation to occupations, generations, and individuals.  Nick is also interested in research impact and quality indicators in business education.  He is editing a special issue of the South Asian Journal of Business Studies (Emerald) on the “Work and Family Interface in South Asia”, a special issue of Community, Work and Family (Taylor & Francis) on the work-life interface of independent workers, and a special issue for the International Journal of Environment Studies and Public Health entitled “Occupational Health Psychology”.   He is a member of the editorial review board of the Journal of Managerial Psychology.
Education
B.A., Monmouth University
Ph.D, Stevens Institute of Technology
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Work-family interaction
   Work-family conflict and synergy
   Family in relation to small business and entrepreneurship
   Work-family issues among immigrants
   New forms of work and the gig economy
   Absolute and relative commuting time
   Work-family perceptions of emerging adults
Small business/entrepreneurship
   Women in entrepreneurship
   Family as the fire that fuels entrepreneurship
   Engagement, growth, and exit intentions
   Independently self-employed vs. owners
Quality and assurance of learning in education
   Determinants of successful simulation performance
   Team performance factors
   Quality processes
Occupational health psychology
   Mental and self-rated health
   Job demands and resources
   Wellbeing and thriving
    
Personal Interests
Nick is an avid runner and inveterate gym rat.  He holds degrees in Soo Bahk Do, a traditional Korean martial art.  He has been a life-long fisherman (and clammer) and he is passionate about preserving the coastal ecosystem for the enjoyment of future generations.  He plays guitar and strongly prefers Renaissance and Baroque periods.  He listens to Blinks (key insights from the world's best non-fiction books in 15 minutes or less) every day (Blinkist.com).  He is a husband and father with family being the bedrock of his life.  His forbears can be traced back to the Mayflower.
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