Dr. Frank Mullins
Position: Assistant Professor of Management
Telephone: (336) 285-3362
Fax: (336) 256-2645
209 Merrick Hall
Dr. Mullins’ research interests include strategic human resource management, employee ownership, family firms, and corporate governance. His research is forthcoming in refereed publications such as Human Resource Management and Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations and has been presented at a number of top international conferences including the annual Academy of Management, American Psychological Association, Industry Studies Association, and Labor and Employment Relations Association conferences. In addition, he is a Louis O. Kelso Fellow and was previously a Bill Nobles Fellow at Rutgers University in the School of Management and Labor Relations conducting research on employee involvement and ownership practices and served as the Chair of the Caucus committee for the 2014 Academy of Management conference in Philadelphia, PA.
Dr. Mullins teaches courses in compensation & benefits (Master’s), staffing (Master’s), human resource management (Master’s & undergraduate), and organizational behavior (undergraduate). He is also a recipient of the 2013-2014 Junior Faculty Teaching Excellence Award from North Carolina A&T State University.
Education & Background:
Dr. Mullins earned his Ph.D. in Business Administration and MBA from Syracuse University, and his Bachelor’s of Science degree in Business Management from Oakwood University. During his doctoral studies, he was an Exchange Scholar at Cornell University in the School of Industrial and Labor Relations and an Elon Pre-Doctoral Fellow in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business at Elon University. He is also a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR®) from the HR Certification Institute™ and has earned a certificate in The Art & Craft of Discussion Leadership from Harvard Business Publishing. Prior to his academic career, Dr. Mullins worked for the IBM Corporation in the areas of compensation, staffing, employee relations, training and development, and diversity. He has received numerous awards and honors including the IBM Knowledge Advantage Award from the IBM Corporation, the Faculty Award for Excellence in Strategy and Human Resources from the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University, and memberships in the Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, and Golden Key international honor societies.