Dr. Lorenzet joined the Stillman School of Business in 2015. In his current and prior administrative roles he has been very active with corporate and international partnerships, new program development, and external relations. His teaching interests are primarily in Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior.
Although his primary focus is administrative, Dr. Lorenzet has remained an active researcher. A sample of journals his work has appeared include: Leadership and Organization Development Journal, Human Resource Development Quarterly, and Organizational Research Methods. A sample of professional organizations his research has been presented at include: the Academy of Management, the Society for Industrial-Organizational Psychology, and the Society for Human Resource Management. Previously, Dr. Lorenzet was an active consultant working with pharmaceutical, legal, military, financial, and academic organizations.
- Ph.D., University at Albany, SUNY
- M.A., Towson University
- B.S., Towson University
- Donovan, J. J., Lorenzet, S. J., Dwight, S. A., & Schneider, D. (2018). The impact of goal progress and individual differences on self-regulation in training. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 1-14.
- Donovan, J. J., Hafsteinsson, L. G., & Lorenzet, S. J. (2018). The interactive effects of achievement goals and task complexity on enjoyment, mental focus, and effort. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 1-14.
- McCrea, E. A., & Lorenzet, S. J. (2018). Mind mapping: An experiential approach to syllabus review. Organization Management Journal, 1-9.
- Mastrangelo, A., Eddy, E. R., Lorenzet, S. J. (2014). The relationship between enduring leadership and organizational performance. Leadership and Organization Development Journal, 35(7), 590-604.
- Emerald Management Reviews, Citation of Excellence (2006)
Best Empirical Paper Award, Eastern Academy of Management Annual Meeting (2005)