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Dr. Laurel R. Goulet
U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Department of Management
27 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320

Laurel.R.Goulet@uscg.mil
(860) 444‐8342
Dr. Laurel R. Goulet
Behavioral and Leadership Section Chief, Associate Professor
Management Department
U.S. Coast Guard Academy

Dr. Goulet joined the faculty of the Coast Guard Academy in 2001. Previously, she taught in the undergraduate, graduate, and executive programs in the School of Business at the University of New Haven for seven years and served as the Director of Leadership and Undergraduate Programs for two and a half years. Prior to entering the Academy, Dr. Goulet worked in both mental health and anti-poverty agencies as a program director, overseeing research and evaluation and running a multi-million dollar heating and rental assistance program. She has also served as a consultant, developing and implementing training programs for State of Connecticut and non-profit agency employees.  

Dr. Goulet’s scholarship includes the study of work intensity, organizational commitment, career commitment, self-concept, and pedagogy. She has been published in journals such as the Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Women in Management Review, Public Personnel Management, and Journal of the Academy of Business Education, to name a few. She has presented at and is published in the proceedings of numerous conferences, including the Eastern Academy of Management, the Academy of Management, and the Society for the Advancement of Management. Dr. Goulet currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Eastern Academy of Management, and is the Vice President of Program for the 2008 Conference. Dr. Goulet is also the editor of the Recent Research of Note section of the Organization Management Journal, and serves as an ad hoc reviewer for various scholarly journals.  

Education:
  • Ph.D. in Business Administration, Organizational Behavior, School of Business, University of Connecticut. August, 1996
  • M.B.A., School of Business, The University of Rhode Island. May, 1989
  • B.A. In Psychology, Rhode Island College. May, 1981

Courses Taught:
  • Human Resources Management
  • Diversity and Leadership
  • Public Management Consulting
  • Managerial Psychology
  • Selected Topics in Leadership

Selected Publications and Presentations:
  • Szwed, P.S., Goulet, L.R. & Siniscalchi, J.M. (2007). “This I believe:” Students on leadership. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 11, 2, 7-10.
  • Singh, P., Finn, D.M., & Goulet, L.R. (2004). Gender and job attitudes: A re-examination and extension. Women in Management Review, 19, 7, 345-355.
  • Mohr, E., Goulet, L. & Heller, J. (2004). Mastering motivational theories. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 8, 1, 272-274.
  • Goulet, L.R. & Singh, P. (2002). Career commitment: A reexamination and an extension. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 61, 73-91.
  • Goulet, L.R. & Frank, M.L. (Summer, 2002) An examination of organizational commitment across three sectors: Public, non-profit, and for profit. Public Personnel Management, 31, 2.
  • Finn, D.M., Goulet, L.R. & Neal, J. (Spring 2002). Teaching cohort groups: An insider looking in. Journal of the Academy of Business Education, 3.
  • Goulet, L.(August, 1999). How managers control employees' time. Academy of Management Executive, 13, 3 114-115.
  • Goulet, L. (May, 1997). Modeling aggression in the workplace: The role of role models. Academy of Management Executive, 11, 2, 84-85.
  • Powell, G.N. & Goulet, L.R. (1996). Recruiters’ and applicants’ reactions to campus interviews and employment decisions. Academy of Management Journal, 39, 6, 1619-1640.
  • Lopes, K.J., Morrissey, A.M., & Goulet, L.R. (2007). Correcting, transacting, and transforming organizations: A focus on the when not the how. 2007 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, New Brunswick, NJ. Proceedings.
  • Morrissey, A.M., Goulet, L.R., & Singleterry, D. (2007). OB at “The Office” Olympics. 2007 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, New Brunswick, NJ. Proceedings.
  • Peters, T.D., Betters-Reed, B.L., Beutell, N.J., Goulet, L.R., Litvin, D.R., & Meisel, S.I. (2007). Sustainability of the Management major. 2007 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, New Brunswick, NJ. Proceedings.
  • Lopes, K.J. & Goulet, L.R. (2006). Why market strategies are necessary, but not sufficient: Lessons for Leaders of Sovereign States. 2006 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, Saratoga Springs, NY. Proceedings. Nominated for Best Conceptual Paper.
  • Szwed, P.S. & Goulet, L.R. (2006). Assessing student learning and program effectiveness using a “capstone” course in Public Management Consulting. 2006 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, Saratoga Springs, NY. Proceedings.
  • Carroll, S.M., Leigh, J.S.A., Gibson, D.E., & Goulet, L.R. (2006). Conference Attendance: Making the most of a limited opportunity. 2006 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, Saratoga Springs, NY. Proceedings.
  • Szwed, P., Meisel, S.I., & Goulet, L.R. (2005). The Ethical Bystander and Ethical Tolerance: An Examination of Context, Role, and Decisions. 2005 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, Springfield, MA. Proceedings.
  • Szwed, P. & Goulet, L.R. (2005). EIP (Enthusiastic Innovation-minded Professor) Seeks Same to Create Academic Communities of Practice. 2005 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, Springfield, MA. Proceedings.
  • Giapponi, C.C. & Goulet L.R. (2005). Stop the Presses! An Ethical Dilemma at ‘The Paper’. 2005 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, Springfield, MA. Proceedings.
  • Kessler, E., Goulet, L.R., Cooper, B.A., Christensen, E., & Golden, T. (2004). From knowledge to wisdom: Applying Management theory to better understand and manage the War on Terrorism. 2004 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, Providence, RI. Proceedings.
  • Cooper, B.A., Carroll, S., & Goulet, L.R. (2004). Creating a new team to protect the homeland: An organizational culture exercise based on the Coast Guard’s New Maritime Safety and Security Teams. 2004 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, Providence, RI. Nominated for Best Experiential Exercise. Proceedings.
  • Mohr, E., Heller, J.D., & Goulet, L.R. (2004). Social identity theory and stereotyping: Creating wisdom through a personal experience. 2004 Eastern Academy of Management Meeting, Providence, RI. Proceedings.
  • Goulet, L.R. (2004). Non-profit boards of directors: A typology. 2004 Society for the Advancement of Management Conference. Baltimore, MD. Proceedings.
  • Szwed, P.S. & Goulet, L.R. (2004). A model for pairing state-of-the-art student consulting teams with non-profit organizations. 2004 Society for the Advancement of Management Conference. Baltimore, MD. Proceedings.
  • Heller, J.D., Goulet, L.R., Ciampaglio, T., Cooper, B., Singleterry, D., Giapponi, C.C. (2003). Using competition/collaboration exercises to reinforce emotional intelligence: A new debrief for “old” exercises. Annual Meeting of the Eastern Academy of Management. Baltimore, MD. Proceedings.
  • Grinnell, J.P., Peters, T.D., Goulet, L.R., Meisel, S.I., & Zimmerman, K. (2003). Humor in the classroom: Is it funny or not? Annual Meeting of the eastern Academy of Management. Baltimore, MD. Proceedings.

Honors:
  • 2005: Nominated for the George R. Putnam Inspirational Leadership Award (Civilian)
  • 2005: Awarded U.S. Coast Guard Academy CAS Summer Research Fellowship
  • 2002: Awarded U.S. Coast Guard Academy CAS Summer Research Fellowship
  • 2000: Awarded University of New Haven Summer Research Fellowship
  • 1999: Named to Rhode Island College Alumni Honor Roll, for excellence in field
  • 1999: Student-nominated to Who’s Who in American Teachers
  • 1998: Student-nominated to Who’s Who in American Teachers
  • 1998: Student-nominated for University of New Haven Teaching Excellence Award
  • 1997: Student-nominated for University of New Haven Teaching Excellence Award

Professional Memberships:
  • Eastern Academy of Management
  • Academy of Management
    • Organizational Behavior Division
    • Human Resources Management Division
    • Public and Non-Profit Sector Division