In the School of Industrial and Labor Relations .
The Department of Human Resource Studies consists of world-class faculty members engaged in research, teaching, and practice. These faculty members play integral roles in the administration of the Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies (CAHRS), an ILR-based research center funded by over 60 corporations, and the ILR Executive Education Program, which offers advanced training to HR practitioners. The goal in teaching is to balance a rigorous academic research approach with a real-world practice orientation. In this way, students are provided with state-of-the-art knowledge relevant to managing human resources in organizations.
L. Dyer, chair (192 Ives Hall, (607) 255-8805); R. Batt, B. Bell, E. Belogolovsky, S. Bruyère, D. Burton, C. Collins, P. Davis, L. Gasser, J. Grasso, J. Haggerty, K. Hallock, J. Hausknecht, C. Homrighouse, J. Keller; D. Kasiarz, B. Livingston, J. McCarthy, C. Miller, L. Nishii, P. Stepp.