June 21, 2017 Fisher Leadership Initiative awards research funding

Demonstrating its commitment to the academic study of effective leadership, the Fisher Leadership Initiative has selected the recipients for its inaugural research grant program.

Thirteen individuals from across The Ohio State University were awarded funding to further their research as part of the initiative’s Leadership Research Grant Program.

“The study of leadership in inherently cross-disciplinary, so it was exciting and encouraging to see so many fields of study from throughout The Ohio State University represented in the research proposals,” said Tim Judge, executive director of the Fisher Leadership Initiative and the Joseph A. Alutto Chair in Leadership Effectiveness.

“The Leadership Initiative is proud to support the scholarly excellence that is so instrumental in understanding all aspects of leadership. I look forward to the insights that these researchers will provide.”

In all, the Fisher Leadership Initiative distributed more than $61,000 to individuals from nine colleges at Ohio State. Recipients of the grants will present their research publicly at the initiative’s Spring 2018 Research Forum.

Leadership Research Grant Recipients

Dawn Anderson-Butcher
Professor, College of Social Work
Youth Leadership Exploration and Development (YLEAD) Study
Rachel Horvath
Junior (sponsored by Roger Bailey, PhD), Fisher College of Business
International Student Perceptions of Involvement on Campus
Noelle Arnold
Associate Professor, College of Education and Human Ecology
Educational Leaders' Information Grounds, Identity and Immigrant Diversity
Robert Lount
Associate Professor, Fisher College of Business
Traditional vs. Shared Leadership Effects on Team-on-Team Negotiation Outcomes
Mary Anne Beecher, PhD
Professor, College of Arts and Sciences
The Designing Leaders Project: Visualizing the Leadership Narratives of Persons with Design Backgrounds
Matthew J. Mayhew
Professor, College of Education and Human Ecology
iLead: Expanding Innovative Leadership Capacities
Philip F. Binkley, MD, MPH
Professor, College of Medicine
Testing the Effectiveness of a Leadership Training Program for Early Career Physician Leaders in an Academic Medical Institution
Bella Mehta
Professor, College of Pharmacy
Community Pharmacy Leadership Advancement Program (CPLAP): For Pharmacists of Today and Tomorrow
Alicia Bunger
Assistant Professor, College of Social Work
Competition Among Mental Health Organizations: Executive Leaders' Perceptions, Responses, and Implications for Service Delivery
Mary Tschirhart
Professor, John Glenn College of Public Affairs
Leader Identity Development Paths in Community Service Programs
David A. Delaine
Assistant Professor, College of Engineering
Leadership Development through Wellness-Integrated Informal Mentorship
Hongtao Yi
Assistant Professor, John Glenn College of Public Affairs
Leadership Transfer Network and Diffusion of Policy Innovation in Local Government
Russell Hassan
Associate Professor, John Glenn College of Public Affairs
Inclusive Leadership and Team Performance:  A Field Study of Law Enforcement Work Teams
 
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