Cole Evan Short
C ONTACT
I NFORMATION
Doctoral Student
Department of Management
Terry College of Business
University of Georgia
401 Brooks Hall
Athens, GA 30602-6264
E DUCATION
University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia
Work: +1-706-542-1294
Fax: +1-706-542-3743
E-mail: [email protected]
Ph.D., Business Administration, May 2020 (expected)
Area of Study: Strategic Management
Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts
M.A., Economics, September 2015
Area of Study: Industrial Organization and Health Economics
Baylor University, Waco, Texas
B.A., International Studies (Intensive), December 2013
Honors Scholar with Distinction & Baylor Interdisciplinary Core Scholar
Completed senior thesis under direction of Professor William F. Cooper
R ESEARCH
I NTERESTS
◦ Decision-making
◦ Crisis & Impression Management
◦ Knowledge-intensive Industries
◦ Managerial Discretion
M ANUSCRIPTS
U NDER R EVIEW
◦ Bundy, J. B., Pfarrer, M. D., Coombs, W. T., & Short, C. E. [Crisis management].
Journal of Management review issue.
W ORKS IN
P ROGRESS
◦ Short, C. E., & Pfarrer, M. D. Information asymmetry and stakeholder perception
management.
◦ Short, C. E., & Quigley, T. J. Executive selection and strategic change.
◦ Campbell, R. J., Graffin, S. D., & Short, C. E. The effects of CEO sense of humor on
financial analysts.
◦ Colquitt, J. A., Keating, D. J., Sabey, T., Campbell, R. J., & Short, C. E. A metaanalysis of social hierarchy in organizations.
◦ Bundy, J. B., Gamache, D. L., Neville, F. P., & Short, C. E. CEO regulatory focus,
shareholder activism, and corporate social performance.
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C ONFERENCE
◦ Bundy, J. B., Gamache, D. L., Neville, F. P., & Short, C. E. CEO regulatory focus,
P RESENTATIONS shareholder activism, and corporate social performance. To be presented at the Strategic
Management Society Annual Conference, Berlin, Germany, 2016.
◦ Campbell, R. J., Graffin, S. D., & Short, C. E. Just playing around? The effects of
CEO sense of humor on financial analysts. To be presented at the Annual Meeting of
the Academy of Management, Anaheim, CA, 2016.
◦ Elston, T. W., & Short, C. E. Neuroplasticity in wine: How tasting experience influences future consumption. Invited to present at the 9th Annual Conference of the
American Association of Wine Economists AAWE, Mendoza, Argentina, 2015.
P ROFESSIONAL
ACTIVITIES
◦ Affiliations: Academy of Management, Strategic Management Society
◦ Blog Contributions: Administrative Science Quarterly, 2016
◦ Conference Reviews: Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 2016
◦ Memberships: Explorers Club (Student Member), 2009-Present
T EACHING
E XPERIENCE
University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Graduate Teaching Assistant
August 2015-Present
◦ MGMT 3000: Introduction to Management
◦ Main instructors: Charles Lyons & Jan Zantinga
Boston University, Boston, MA
Graduate Teaching Assistant
January-May 2015
◦ SI 471: International Entrepreneurship
◦ Main instructor: Yanbo Wang
Baylor University, Waco, TX
Teaching Assistant
January-December 2013
◦ BIC 2340: Social World II (Sociology, Honors Section)
◦ Main instructor: Candi K. Cann
◦ Lectured on Emile Durkheim, Karl Marx, & Max Weber
◦ BIC 1314: World Cultures I (Cultural Studies, Honors Section)
◦ Main instructor: Ivo Novakovic
◦ Facilitated three large group review sessions for 150 student cohort
P ROFESSIONAL
E XPERIENCE
Baylor University, Waco, TX
Graduate Research Assistant
November 2013-August 2014
◦ Conducted market research for Civil Society and the Reform of Finance: Taming
Capital, Reclaiming Virtue (McDaniel Jr., 2016)
◦ Supervisor: Charles McDaniel, Jr. (Baylor Interdisciplinary Core)
◦ Drafted grant applications, performed political science literature reviews, secured
funding for a team of four undergraduate assistants to aid David Corey in developing a
new course in political philosophy
◦ Supervisor: David Corey (Political Science)
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Bellmead Fire Department, Bellmead, TX
Volunteer Firefighter/NREMT
October 2012-September 2014
◦ Assisted with rescue operations, provided emergency medical care on-scene and enroute to E.R., suppressed active hazards in urban and wildland environments, assisted
with community education programs
BioAtla, LLC., San Diego, CA & Beijing, China
Human Resources & Patent Intern (Part-time)
August 2011-August 2013
◦ Prepared patents and press releases
◦ Oversaw employee interviews for BioAtla’s Beijing, China operations
G RANTS
H ONORS
OTHER S KILLS
Political Science Research Grant, Charles Koch Foundation.
◦ For the development of an undergraduate course in political philosophy
2014
Departmental Travel Grant, Baylor University.
◦ For travel to the 54th Annual Naval Academy Foreign Affairs Conference
2014
◦ Outstanding Delegate in Economic Affairs (Southwestern Division)
National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations
◦ Firefighter Service Pin for On-Duty Response, Bellmead Fire Department
◦ Sigma Iota Rho Scholar, Baylor University
◦ President’s Gold Merit Scholarship, Baylor University
◦ Bill Merritt Memorial Scholarship, Rotary International (San Diego Chapter)
2013
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Certifications:
◦ American Heart Association (AHA) Healthcare Provider
◦ Nationally Certified Emergency Medical Technician (NREMT)
◦ Firefighter, State Firefighters’ & Fire Marshals’ Association of Texas (SFFMA)
Computer Skillset:
◦ HTML, Microsoft Office Suite, R, SPSS, STATA, TEX
Language Skills:
◦ Non-native fluency in Spanish
◦ Intermediate Proficiency in Japanese
M EDIA
C OVERAGE
◦ Short, C. E.. “What drives Japanese companies? A snapshot from Texas of employeeemployer relations in Japan.” Covered by the Pirelli Foundation (Milan, Italy). January
7, 2014. http://www.fondazionepirelli.org/culturaimpresa/en/approfondimenti/2014/01/
344-what-drives-japanese-companies
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R EFERENCES
Dr. Timothy J. Quigley (e-mail: [email protected]; phone: +1-706-542-3276)
◦ Assistant Professor of Management, University of Georgia
◦ Terry College of Business, 409 Brooks Hall, Athens, GA 30602
◦ Dr. Quigley is my first-year doctoral advisor and a research collaborator in executive
behavior & upper-echelons research
Dr. Michael D. Pfarrer (e-mail: [email protected]; phone: +1-706-542-8393)
◦ Associate Professor of Management, University of Georgia
◦ Terry College of Business, 420 Brooks Hall, Athens, GA 30602-6264
◦ Dr. Pfarrer is a research collaborator in crisis management & decision-making
Dr. Scott D. Graffin (e-mail: [email protected]; phone: +1-706-542-4046)
◦ Associate Professor of Management, University of Georgia
◦ Terry College of Business, 406 Brooks Hall, Athens, GA 30602
◦ Dr. Graffin is a research collaborator in upper-echelons research
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