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Advanced Operations Course, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, 2014.
Major: Military Operations
Supporting Areas of Emphasis: History & Leadership
Service School Academic Evaluation Report, National Defense University, 2013.
Major: Reserve Component National Security Course
PhD, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 2013.
Dissertation Title: The Effects of Leader Behavior on Follower Ethical Behavior: Examining the Mediating Roles of Ethical Efficacy and Moral Disengagement
MA, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 2007.
BS, United States Military Academy, 1995.
Major: Mechanical Engineering
Assistant Professor of Management, University of Nebraska - Kearney. (August 2011 - Present).
Assistant Professor of Management, University of Nebraska-Kearney. (September 2010 - June 2011).
Adjunct, University of Nebraska - Kearney. (January 2010 - May 2010).
Graduate Instructor of Organizational Behavior, University of Nebraska - Lincoln. (July 2008 - July 2009).
Battalion Commander, 12th Battalion (Engineer) 104th Regiment. (April 12, 2015 - Present).
Executive Officer, U.S. Army Reserves, 372nd Engineer Brigade. (March 1, 2014 - April 11, 2015).
G7, U.S. Army Reserves, 372nd Engineer Brigade. (July 1, 2013 - March 1, 2014).
Commander, U.S. Army Reserves, 600th Engineer Facilities Detachment (EFD). (February 2012 - July 2013).
Engineer Planner, U.S. Forces Afghanistan (South/Southwest). (June 2010 - May 2011).
Company Commander, U.S. Army Reserves, 244th Engineer Combat Battalion (Heavy). (July 2003 - May 2005).
Project Manager / Estimator, American West Construction. (2004 - 2005).
Project Manager / Estimator, TARCO, Inc. (2000 - 2003).
Academy of Management: Organizational Behavior, Social Issues in Management, & Research Methods Divisions. (2007 - Present).
MGT 355, Organizational Behavior, 16 courses.
MGT 355H, Organizational Behavior, 1 course.
MGT 493, Social Resp/Issues & Ethics, 12 courses.
MGT 493H, Social Resp/Issues & Ethics, 3 courses.
MGT 893P, Social Res/Iss & Ethics, 1 course.
US Army Annual Ethics Training, United States Army Reserves, 70 participants. (December 6, 2014).
Guest Lecture, 15 participants. (April 28, 2014).
Construction Management, United States Army Reserves, 85 participants. (September 14, 2013 - September 20, 2013).
Construction Scheduling, United States Army Reserves, 60 participants. (2012).
Undergraduate Honors Senior Study, "Marketing Obligations to Consumers and their Companies," Marketing. (December 2013).
Advised: Rebecca Swenseth
College of Business and Technology Outstanding Faculty Award - Teaching - Untenured, UNK, College of Business and Technology. (August 23, 2013).
Palmer, N. F., Hannah, S. T., Sosnowik, D. E. (2011). Leader Development for Dangerous Contexts. In P.J.Sweeney, M.J. Matthews, & P.B. Lester (Ed.), Leadership in Dangerous Situations: A Handbook for the Armed Forces, Emergency Services and First Responders. US Naval Institute Press.
Mitchell, M. S., Palmer, N. F. (2010). The managerial relevance of ethical efficacy. In Marshall Schminke (Ed.), Managerial Ethics: Managing the Psychology of Morality (pp. 20). New York: Routledge.
Avey, J., Luthans, F., Smith, R., Palmer, N. F. (2010). Impact of Positive Psychological Capital on Employee Well-Being Over Time. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology.
Palmer, N. F. (Author & Presenter), Smith, R. (Author & Presenter). Great Plains Economic and Business Annual Conference, "The role of individual differences in ethical employee selection decisions," Nebraska Economics and Business Association, Kearney, NE. (October 24, 2014).
Mitchell, M. S. (Author), Baer, M. D. (Author & Presenter), Ambrose, M. L. (Author), Folger, R. (Author), Palmer, N. F. (Author). Academy of Management Annual Meeting, "By hook or by crook!: How performance concerns influence workplace cheating behavior," Academy of Management, Orlando, FL. (August 12, 2013).
Fleig-Palmer, M. (Author & Presenter), Palmer, N. F. (Author). Mountain Plains Management Conference, "Transforming into leaders: How emergent adults perceive their personal leadership development," Mountain Plains Management Conference, Kearney, Nebraska. (2012).
Vogelgesang, G., Palmer, N. F., "Behavioral Integrity: Does Valence Change Our Response To It?," Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada. (2010).
Mitchell, M. S., Vogel, R. M., Tepper, B. J., Palmer, N. F., "Justifying Supervisor Abuse: Subordinate Performance, Moral Disengagement, and Need for Achievement.," Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Montreal, Canada. (2010).
Palmer, N. F. (Principal), "Mini-Grant 2013/2014," Sponsored by Research Services Council, University of Nebraska at Kearney, $1,375.00. (February 7, 2014 - May 8, 2014).
Other Institutional Service Activities, Departmental Representative for Academic Appointments. (2011 - Present).
Departmental Representative for UNK Transfer Day. (July 24, 2014).
Department Representative, Multicultural Scholars and Leaders Day. (October 30, 2013).
Committee Member, CBT-BD Assurance of Learning Committee. (September 1, 2012 - Present).
Coordinator, CBT-BD 2015 Ethics Week. (March 2, 2015 - March 6, 2015).
Judge, Enactus New Venture. (October 9, 2014).
Assurance of Learning - Institutional Service, Reviewer. (2011).
Committee Member, Faculty Senate Ad Hoc MOOC Advisory Committee. (April 2014 - Present).
Committee Member, eCampus Faculty Senate Advisory Committee. (October 2013 - Present).
Committee Member, Graduate Student representative for the University's NUgrant Advisory Board. (2009).
Conference-Related, Marineau Symposium on the Morality of Capitalism, Kearney, Nebraska. (October 28, 2013).
Conference-Related, James E. Smith Midwest Conference on World Affairs, Kearney, Nebraska. (2012).
Reviewer, Journal Article, Mountain Plains Management Conference. (2012).
Reviewer, Journal Article, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. (2012).
Member, Church Council, Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Kearney, Nebraska. (January 2014 - Present).
Other Community Service Activities, Kearney Park and Rec., Kearney, Nebraska. (April 2012 - June 2012).