Jamie Campbell

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Associate Dean , Diversity Enhancement

Office Address 204A Business Building
Phone Number 814-865-0938
Email Address juc27@psu.edu

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 Jamie Campbell was a member of the inaugural class of CEO Action for Racial Equity Fellows. The fellows will identify and assess current policies in four key areas: healthcare, education, economic empowerment, and public safety, and then recommend how existing policies can be amplified, changed to meet its intended purpose, or propose new policies. Fellows will review policies through four key criteria: impact, effort, risk, and status. His efforts here were focused on constitutional educational amendments and national police reform

Jamie was the recipient of the 2013 Dr. James Robinson Equal Opportunity Award. This award is given to recognize a Penn State faculty or staff member who has contributed to the University by improving cross-cultural understanding. He has served as a panelist on topics ranging from social justice to students’ issues. He has been a keynote speaker for various leadership programs. Jamie has been published in various texts and is an editor on Building Effective Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Programs: Transforming Organizational Culture Using Step By Step Organizational Change Approaches in a Globally Connected World

He is a 1995 graduate of Morehouse College where he obtained his BA in Sociology. He obtained his M.Ed. with concentrations in Adult Education and Instruction Education from Central Michigan University in 2003. Jamie holds a Ph.D. from the Workforce Education Program with concentrations in Organization Design and Human Resource Development at The Pennsylvania State University.



Crisis Management
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Education
Human Resource Development
Organization Design
Succession Planning
Workforce Development


Ph D, Organization Design/Human Resource Development, The Pennsylvania State University, 2022

M ED, Adult Education/ Curriculum Instruction, Central Michigan University, 2003

BA, Sociology, Morehouse College, 1995

Courses Taught

BA 342 – Socially Responsible, Sustainable, Ethical Business Practices
Demonstrating what ethical, sustainable, and socially responsible businesses should look like on a domestic and international level

MGMT 320 – Establishing Workforce Diversity & Inclusion
Providing an understanding of the relevance and importance of diversity within corporate America as well as a review of global business practices

AAAS/SOC/WMST 103 – Racism and Sexism
Dealing with and discussing the causes of racism and sexism in today’s society

AFAM/REL 146 – The Life of Martin Luther King
A survey of the civil rights leader including but not limited to his religious beliefs, intellectual development, and philosophy of social change.

AFAM/REL 147 – Malcolm X
A course dealing with the transformation of Malcolm Little to El-Hajj Malik Shabazz The Nation of Islam and the Islamic faith as they pertain to the African American and American culture.