Hampton University

Faculty & Staff

Ruby Beale

Ruby Beale

(757) 727-5361

I. Current Rank

Professor and Chair - Graduate Faculty

II. Department

Business Administration

III. Education

Doctoral Degree:

Doctor of Philosophy, 1986, Organizational and Social Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Multiple Worker-Familial Role Strain and Psychological Well-Being: Moderating Effects of Job Satisfaction and Coping Resources Among Black Americans, Business Administration

Masters Degree:

Masters of Arts, 1982, Organizational and Social Psychology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor Minor Field of Study, Business Administration

Baccalaureate Degree:

Bachelors of Arts, 1980, Industrial Psychology, California State University, San Bernadino, Business Administration

IV. Courses Taught:

MBA 300 Critical Thinking and Analysis
MKT 305 Principles of Marketing
MKT 328 Sales Management
LAP 101- 525 Leadership Application Program: Research, Supervision, Management
MBA 551 Research & Analysis
MBA 502 Business Negotiations and Critical Analysis
MBA 610 Business Research Methods
MBA 648 Human Resource Management
MBA 681 Organizational Theory and Change

MBA 690 Corporate Strategy and Business Policy

V. Intellectual Contributions

Refereed Journal Publications

Beale, R. L., Brown, III, U.J., Finley-Hervey, J. (2009). “Ethics in the Hallowed Halls of the Academy: Antecedents of Cheating Behavior”. Review of Business Research, Volume 9, No. 3.

Credle, S.H., Beale, R.L., & Maheshwari, S. (2009). “The Use of Case Analysis and Competitions to Assure Learning and School-wide Quality”, Journal of Business Education & Accreditation. (P)

Credle, S.H., Beale, R.L., & Maheshwari, S. K. “Assessment of Business Programs Assurance of Learning Objectives Based on the Performance of Students in National Case Study Competitions-Abstract”, Journal of Business and Finance Research, Volume I, Issue 1, Spring/Summer, 2009. (P)

Brown, U.J., Knouse, S. B., Stewart, J.B. & Beale, R.L. (2009). “The Relationship Between Unit Diversity and Perceptions of Organizational Performance in the Military”, Journal of Applied Statistics, Volume 36, No. 1, pp. 111-120. (P)

Beale, R.L., Davis, J., Chisolm, L. (2008) Organizational Citizenship Competency Development During College Promotes Technical Competence for Corporate Experience, Journal of Academy of Business and Economics, Volume 8, No. 3, pp. 121-129. (P)

Beale. R.L., Thompson, H., Kaufmann, S., Hollenshead, C. & Gibbs, T. (2008). Job Satisfaction in Nonprofit Female Executive Directors: Congenial Colleagues vs. Shared Goals?” Review of Business Research Journal, Volume 8, No. 5, pp. 107-115. (P)

Brown, U. J., & Beale, R. L. (2008). “Services Marketing: The Mediating Role of Customer Satisfaction in the Hair Care Industry.” Academy of Marketing Studies Journal, 12(1), 57-70 and it won the Distinguished Research Award for Best Paper. (P)

Beale, R.L., Mattis, J.S., & Cowie, S. “Organizational Citizenship Initiatives: A Qualitative Analysis of Overcoming Deterrents to Volunteering in Community Service Organizations.” International Journal of Business Strategy, Volume VII, Number 3, 2007. (L)

Credle, Sid Howard, & Ruby Beale; “Preliminary Findings Regarding the Impact of the Martial Art – Kendo, on the Perceptions of Business Students’ Professional Development” Accepted for Publication, The International Journal of Business Research, Vol. 7, November 2007. (P)

Ferdnance, T & Beale, R.L. “Culturally Relevant Pedagogical Techniques for Teaching Economics and Business Courses to African-American Students”, Southwestern Business Administration Journal, Vol. 6, No. 2, Fall, 2006. (P)

Beale, R.L. & Coronel, F. A (2006) Marketing Opinion Leader Approach to Increasing African American Students’ Participation in Study Abroad Education. International Journal of Business Research, Volume VI, Number 2, Fall 2006, p. 91-96. (P)

Sid Howard Credle, Sharad K. Maheshwari, and Ruby L. Beale. (2006) “The Enhancement Of Behavioral And Critical Thinking Skills Of Graduate Business Students Utilizing A Competitive Chess Analysis Methodology”, Review of Business Research, Volume VI, Number 1, 2006. (P)

Sid Howard Credle, Ruby L. Beale, Ph.D., and Lewis Bellinger, (2006). “The Use Of Employers’ Evaluation Of The Internship Experience As A Measure Of Competency And Institutional Quality Control: The Test-Drive Methodology”, International Journal of Business Research, Volume V, Number 1, 2006. (P)

VI. Commendations

E.L.Hamm Teaching Award for 2007, Hampton University.