Stephen L. Mangum is the Dean of the Haslam College of Business and the Stokely Foundation Leadership Chair at the University of Tennessee. He earned a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s degree in human resource management from the University of Utah. He earned a doctorate in economics from George Washington University.
Prior to joining the University of Tennessee, Dr. Mangum was senior associate dean of the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University. He joined the faculty of Ohio State in 1983 and taught in the Department of Management and Human Resources for several years before managing the department. Before joining Ohio State he taught and conducted research at George Washington University.
Dr. Mangum’s areas of research expertise include labor market analysis, social legislation, workforce development, and international economic/ human resource development. His research addresses issues of national training policy, returns to post-school occupational training, international human resource development, contingent employment and poverty. He has published five books and more than 50 book chapters and articles in academic journals including the Industrial and Labor Relations Review, the Journal of Development Economics, Economic Development Quarterly and the Journal of Business Ethics. He has taught classes in Labor Economics, Human Resource Policy, Human Resource Planning, and Organizational Economics, among others.
Media & Press Releases
- Remembering Former Dean C. Warren Neel, 1937-2023
- Haslam Receives ‘First of Its Kind’ $400,000 Sustainability Endowment
- Cathey Appointed Associate Dean for Graduate and Executive Education
- Haslam’s First Diversity Summit Opportunity for Learning, Connecting, Reflecting
- Haslam’s First Diversity Summit Aims to Bridge Cultural Gaps
- Haslam Executive MBA Program Awarded Distinguished International Ranking
- UT’s Haslam College of Business Rises in U.S. News Undergrad Rankings
- Haslam Associate Dean Appointed to Fisher Professorship
- UT’s Haslam College of Business 32nd Among Public Undergrad Programs
- Haslam College of Business Celebrates Award of UPS Smith Prize