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Madia Levin

Contributing Faculty

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences

School of Psychology

Degree ProgramPh.D. Psychology

I obtained my Doctorate in Organizational Behavior at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. My study focused on the World Heritage sites of South Africa and the organizational and psycho dynamics that influence their successful management. In addition to my work at Walden, I've worked as a consultant for a global firm advising local and international clients across a spectrum of business domains on various strategic and tactical human resources issues including recruitment and selection issues; development of talent; organizational development and change management. I also consult internationally as an Organizational Psychologist and International Psychologist and have presented research at various conferences and published in several publications.

Courses Taught

IPSY-6480 - Psyc of Org Behavior

APSY-8214-2/DPSY-8214-2/IPSY-8214-2/COUN-8671-2/FPSY-8214-2/CPSY-8214-2/PSYC-8214 - Consulting for Org Change

IPSY-6706 - Ethics and Standards of IO Psy

IPSY-8005-1/IPSY-6005-1/PSYC-6005-1/PSYC-8005 - Bus Cpts for Orgztnl Devl Prof

IPSY-6755-2/DPSY-6755 - Ldrshp and Leader Dev

PBHL-8002 - Foundations of Grad Study

Education

PhD, University of Pretoria, South Africa

Master of Commerce, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa

Public Service

Girl Scouts of Central Texas, Volunteer - Lakeway, TX United States

Awards / Honors

University of South Africa Executive Dean's Achievement, , 2011

Publications

Levin, M. M. (2010). Identifying key issues in heritage organization behavior to facilitate sustained management: A case study from South Africa Journal of Contemporary Management

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