Kathryn Ostermeier

Kathryn Ostermeier

Dr. Kathryn Ostermeier is an Assistant Professor of Management. She started at Bryant University in August 2018 after receiving her Ph.D. in Management (Organizational Behavior) in May 2018 from the University of North Texas under the supervision of Dr. Danielle Cooper. Before starting her doctoral studies, Kathryn received her B.B.A in Business Honors from the Mays School of Business at Texas A&M University (August 2009 - December 2012) and her MBA from the University of Texas at Tyler (June 2013 - August 2014). While completing her MBA, she worked as a third-party recruiter (headhunter) in the finance and accounting industry.

As an organizational behavior scholar, she is interested in how an individual’s self-view and the expression of this self-view affects individual, team, and organizational outcomes. To this end, Kathryn's research has focused on identity, authenticity, individual differences, and unit/team performance. She enjoys conducting quantitative, survey-based research and is especially interested in survey design and measure development. Her research has appeared in several academic journals, including the Academy of Management Annals and the Journal of Applied Psychology. Kathryn describes Bryant University as her dream job, as she gets to teach talented and engaged students and conduct research with undergraduate students, as well as pursue her own scholarly research agenda. At Bryant, Kathryn teaches MGT 200 (Principles of Management), MGT 203 (Honors Management for Organizational Leadership), and MGT 480 (Leadership Seminar).

Ph D, University of North Texas

MBA, University of Texas at Tyler

BBA, Texas A&M University