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Misty Bennett

As Assistant Dean for the College of Business Administration, Dr. Misty Bennett leads the undergraduate curriculum and assessment for our business degree and is currently leading a major revision to update the core business curriculum so that our business students will be able to meet the challenges presented by today’s changing nature of work. Dr. Misty Bennett’s research currently focuses on generational differences in workplace attitudes, ranging from stereotypes about Generation Z or the Millennials to retirement transitions in older workers. In addition to numerous international academic presentations at peer-reviewed conferences such as the annual meeting of the Academy of Management, she was interviewed on 9&10 News (Sept. 2019), Corp! magazine (Oct. 2019), and BYU’s award-winning radio show Top of the Mind with Julie Rose (Dec 2018) regarding her publication on generational differences in work-family conflict, “Work-family conflict: Differences across generations and life cycles,” published at Journal of Managerial Psychology. Dr. Bennett has an impressive research record already with over 600 citations of her research and a record for publishing in journals with high impact factors. Dr. Bennett is active in consulting and conducting executive workshops and presents regularly on topics such as stress management and work/life balance, managing a multi-generational workforce, leadership, and organizational culture.