Michelle Rene Darnell

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Associate Clinical Professor, Director of Honor and Integrity

Department Management and Organization
Office Address 211D Business
Phone Number 814-867-1845
Email Address mzd560@psu.edu

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PDBP, University of Florida, 2008

Ph D, Purdue University, 2004

MA, Philosophy, Purdue University, 2001

BA, Biology and Philosophy, University of San Diego, 1998

Courses Taught

MGMT 451 – Bus Eth and Soc (3)
Advanced examination of social, ethical, legal, economic, equity, environmental, public policy, and political influences on managerial DECISIONS AND STRATEGIES. MGMT 451W Business, Ethics, and Society (3) Focuses on the knowledge, skills, and perspectives that a manager must have in order to deal with the social, legal, ethical, and political demands in society. Ecological, ethical, and public policy dimensions of various managerial decisions are examined.

Selected Publications

Darnell J. A., Darnell M. R., Means T., "Resistance is futile: using Team Based Learning (TBL) to teach change and create an Idea Champion collective." American Journal of Management, vol. 17, no. 4, 2017
Darnell M. R., "The Pursuit of Happiness." (Palgrave), 2015
Darnell M. R., "Being-Lost-in-Translation." (Oxford: Berghahn Books), 2011
Ricci G., Edison, Darnell M. R., "A New Age of Reason." (Transaction Publishers), 2008
Darnell M. R., "Ethics in the Age of Reason." Sartre Studies International, 2008
Darnell M. R., "Self in the Theoretical Writings of Sartre and Kant: A Revisionist Study." (New York: Mellen Press), 2006
Izzo D., Darnell M. R., "The Dialectics of Spiritual Development in Time Must Have a Stop." (Chicago: Center for Book Culture (Dalkey Archive Press)), 2006
Darnell M. R., "Being-Looked-At: Ontological Grounding for an Ethics in Being and Nothingness." Sartre Studies International, 2004

Research Impact and Media Mention