Richard A. Currie
Leadership Edition Editor; Assistant Professor; Boston University School of Hospitality Administration
- Title Leadership Edition Editor; Assistant Professor; Boston University School of Hospitality Administration
- Education BA, University of Missouri – St. Louis
MS, University of Central Florida
Ph.D., University of Central Florida
Dr. Richard Currie is an Assistant Professor of Leadership and Workplace Psychology in the School of Hospitality Administration at Boston University. He instructs undergraduate and graduate courses on topics ranging from human resource management and organizational leadership to research methods. Dr. Currie has completed numerous applied and consulting projects in the areas of instructional design and delivery, performance management, and leadership development for clients in industries ranging from staffing, transportation, higher education, hospitality, healthcare, and bio-pharmaceutical research and development.
Dr. Currie’s research interests center around work-related social stressors and the impacts of these stressors on affective, cognitive, and behavioral outcomes for employees. In addition to publishing in leading academic journals, he regularly presents his research in prominent research conferences and conventions such as those for the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology as well as the Association for Psychological Science. Moreover, Dr. Currie disseminates his research in non-academic media outlets and forums including the Boston Hospitality Review and the Business of Hospitality Lecture Series and contributes to panels such as those organized by Hospitality Consulting Solutions and the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Issues as Editor