Amanda Plummer Weirup
Doctoral Candidate, Organizational Behavior & Theory
Tepper School of Business, Carnegie Mellon University



Teaching Experience

As a graduate student, I have had the opportunity to engage with students in a learning environment both as the sole instructor for an undergraduate-level course on Organizational Behavior as well as teaching assistant and guest lecturer for numerous undergraduate and graduate courses including Negotiations, Team Conflict & Negotiation, Organizational Change, Leadership, and Strategic Human Resource Management. Additionally, I developed the syllabus and materials for a course on Groups and Teams, which is being considered as a new addition to the current undergraduate curriculum.

Carnegie Mellon University
Organizational Behavior, Undergraduate, 2014, Instructor: 4.8/5.0; Course: 4.8/5.0
Negotation, Masters, Fall 2015

Guest Lecturer
Negotiation & Conflict Resolution, Undergraduate
Team Conflict & Negotiation, MBA
Organizational Change, MBA

Graduate Teaching Assistant
Team Conflict & Negotiation, MBA (Instructor: Laurie Weingart)
Negotiations, Masters (Instructor: Linda Babcock)
Organizational Change, MBA (Instructors: Denise Rousseau, Gerard Beenen)
Strategic Human Resources, MBA and Masters (Instructor: Denise Rousseau)
Organizational Design & Implementation, Masters (Instructor: David Krackhardt)
Organizational Behavior, Undergraduate
Evolving Toward High Impact Leadership, MBA

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