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. 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. The HR faculty members also 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.
D. Burton, chair (170 Ives Hall, (607) 254-8187); B. Balasubramanian, R. Batt, B. Bell, S. Bruyère, C. Collins, P. Davis, B. Dunn, L. Dyer, L. Gasser, J. Grasso, I. Greer, J. Haggerty, K. Hallock, J. Hausknecht, C. Homrighouse, R. Kehoe, J. Keller; D. Kasiarz, C. Miller, L. Nishii, T. Park, D. Proudfoot,S. Spencer, P. Stepp.