Dr. Kathleen M. Campbell joined the faculty at the US Military Academy at West Point in July, 2000. She is an Associate Professor of Leadership and Management Studies in the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership. Dr. Campbell has also been on the faculties of the National University of Singapore, the College of Saint Elizabeth, Bowling Green State University, Duke University, the University of Iowa and Purdue University. Dr. Campbell earned her Ph.D. in psychology from Purdue University. Her doctoral dissertation focused on intrinsic motivation and motivation continues to be a research interest. She has presented her research at numerous American and international management and leadership conferences.
Dr. Kathleen Campbell and her family were privileged to live and work in Southeast Asia for eight years, returning to the US in 1999. She and her husband were based at the National University of Singapore, but the Campbells traveled extensively throughout Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.
In terms of military experience, Dr. Campbell grew up as what it commonly referred to as a “Marine brat” on various Marine and Navy bases in the Southeastern United States. She also served as an Army wife while her husband was on active duty.
Human Resource Management
Leading Organizations through Change
- Ph. D., Psychology, Purdue University
- M.A., Hunter College, City University of New York
- B.A., Fordham University
Campbell, D. J. & Campbell, K. M.. (2012) Adaptation to a Changing Environment: Police / Military Convergence in the U.S. as Organizational Mimicry. Theory and Society. In review.
Campbell, D. J. & Campbell, K. M. (2012) Searching for Precursors of Pseudo-Transformational Leadeship: An Examination of Radical Mindset, Religious Orientation and Self-Reported Leadership in a Military Sample. Leadership Quarterly. In review.
Campbell, D. J. & Campbell, K. M. (2011) The impact of high empowerment on attributions of leadership. Military Psychology.
Campbell, D. J. & Campbell, K. M. (2010) Soldiers as police officers/Police officers as soldiers: Role evolution and revolution in the United States. Armed Forces & Society, 36, 327-350.
Dr. Campbell conducts research in the areas of leadership, cross-cultural human resource practices, the integration of work and family, the adjustment of families to deployments and/or expatriate assignments and of the families of those whose jobs require frequent travel.