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Gregory J. Hall

Associate Professor, Natural and Applied Sciences
Director, Undergraduate Honors Program
Ed.D., Univ of Massachusetts-Amherst, 1994
Office: Morison Hall 145 | 781.891._2147 | ghall@bentley.edu
                       


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Bio

Psychology professor with research interest in adolescent development, financial psychology, crisis counseling, and the behavioral influences of technology. Recipient of the Adamian Award for Excellence in Teaching.

Teaching Interests

Cyber psychology; Adolescent development; personality theory; Psychology of financial planning

Research Interests

Cyber Psychology; Adolescent development; crisis counseling; Transition economies; Corporate governance in academic institutions; Sarbanes-Oxley Comparative educational systems

Consulting/Practice Interests

Adolescent development; Internet Safety and Use; Anti-bullying Programs

Professional Memberships

American Psychological Association
Eastern Psychological Association

Awards and Honors

2011, Faculty Member Of The Year , Bentley University
2008, Greek Organization Advisor of the Year, Bentley
2007, Curricular Service-Learning Faculty Award, Bentley College
2007, Greek Organization Advisor of the Year, Bentley College
2006, Innovation in Teaching, Bentley College
2003, Faculty Member Of The Year
2000, Faculty Member Of The Year
1994, Adamian Award For Excellence In Teaching

Publications

Journal Articles
Fletcher Brown, D., Buono, A. F., Frederick, R. E., Hall, G. J., Sultan, J. A Longitudinal Study of Ethics Education: Establishing the Baseline. Journal of Academic Ethics. Forthcoming

Frederick, R. E., Buono, A. F., Fletcher Brown, D., Hall, G. J., Sultan, J. (2012). Longitudinal Study of the Effectiveness of Ethical Training at Bentley University. Journal of Academic Ethics.

Buono, A. F., Fletcher Brown, D., Frederick, R. E., Hall, G. J., Sultan, J. (2012). Acting Ethically: Moral Reasoning and Business School Student Behavior. Society of Advanced Management, 77, 18-26.

Hall, G. J. (2008). Higher Education's Voluntary Compliance With Sarbanes-Oxley. Business and Society Review, 113, 505-532.

Schwarzkopf, D. L., Hall, G. J., Levy, E. S., Osterheld, K. K. (2008). Executives' Views of Factors Affecting Governance Change in a Not-for-Profit Setting. Business and Society Review, 113 (4 (December)), 505-532.

Books
Hall, G. J, Danchise, R. (1997). A College Journey. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt.

Book Chapters
Hall, G. J. (2013). Psychology in Business Education: A Response to Rapid Economic and Technological Change. Shaping the Future of Business Education. Palgrave

Other(s)
Hall, G. J. (1994). Strategic Planning: A Case Study of Behavioral Influences in the Administrative Decisions of Middle Mangers in Small Independent Colleges.

Conference Proceedings and Presentations

Hall, G. J., Meldrum, H. (2014). "Psychology Curricula:A Redesign to Support a Health Studies Major,." Presented at the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston, MA.

Hall, G. J. (2014). "The Emerging Role of Psychology in the New Economy." Presented at the Eastern Psychological Association, Boston.

Buono, A. F., Fletcher Brown, D., Frederick, R. E., Hall, G. J., Sultan, J. (2012). Acting Ethically: Moral Reasoning and Business School Student Behavior. Presented at the Society for Advancement of Management's Society for Advancement of Management International Conference, Las Vegas, NV.

Hall, G. J., Levy, E. S., Osterheld, K. K., Schwarzkopf, D. L. (2005). The Sarbanes-Oxley Act as a catalyst for governance change at institutions of higher education. Presented at the American Accounting Association--Accounting, Behavior & Organziations Research Conference, Atlanta, GA.

Service

Department Service
Psychology Minor Coordinator, 2007

University Service
vice chair for Promotion and Tenure Committee, 2013
faculty Fellow for Bentley Service Learning Center, 2012 - 2013