Danielle Ammeter is an Instructional Associate Professor of Management and serves as the Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Programs. Prior to coming to the Business School, Dr. Ammeter worked at the American Heart Association as the Director of Talent Management where she developed people systems to attract, retain, develop and engage the staff. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of Oklahoma with emphases in human resource management, international management and ethical management practices. Her current research interests include ethics and leadership, management education and servant leadership.
Her research has been published in leading academic journals, including the Journal of Business Ethics, Leadership Quarterly, Human Resource Management Review, Journal of Education for Business, Teaching Business Ethics, Human Relations, Journal of Vocational Behavior, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Managerial Issues, Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management, and Journal of Management History.
Dr. Ammeter currently teaches the compensation management course and the business internship course, and has taught staffing, training, human resources, leadership, and organizational change at the undergraduate and master’s level. She is currently the Business School’s Diversity Liaison, and serves on many university and School of Business committees focusing on strategy, assurance of learning and student success.