College of Business
Opening Minds, Expanding Opportunities.

College of Business
140 7th Avenue South BAY 111
St. Petersburg Florida 33701
Phone: 727-873-4154
Fax: 727-873-4192

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Sharon Segrest, Ph.D.

Sharon Larisa Segrest de Canizares, Ph.D.
Associate Professor

Contact Information
Office: PNM 104 D
Phone: 727-873-4747
Fax: 727-873-4571


Ph.D., Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management, Florida State University

M.B.A., Meredith College, Raleigh, North Carolina.

B.S., Business Administration and Marketing, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Awards and Recognition

College of Business Teaching Excellence Award - 2009

Recent Publications

Segrest, S., Trocchia, T., & Jackson, M.J. (2013, February). Ability to differentiate and its impact on employment interview decision-making. Journal of Management and Marketing Research, 12 (1) 1-13. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Martinez, A. D., Ferris, G. R., Segrest, S. L., & Buckley, M. R. (2011). A maladjustment and power conceptualization of diversity in organizations: Implications for cultural stigmatization and expatriate effectiveness. International Journal of Human Resources Development and Management, 11 pp. 235-256. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Segrest, S.L. (2011). Rater error bias training in the employment interview and racioethnicity biased perceptions, Journal of Academic and Business Ethics, 3 (January, 2011) 99-113. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Shipley, N., M. J. Jackson, and S. L. Segrest (2010). Effects of emotional intelligence, age, work experience, and academic performance. Research in Higher Education Journal, 9 pp. 1-18. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Fadil, P., Smatt, C., Segrest, S.L., & Owen, C. (2009). The moderating effects of technology on career success: Can social networks shatter the glass ceiling? The Journal of International Technology and Information Management, 18 (3-4) pp. 409-425. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Parry, R. O., Gillespie, T.L., &, Segrest, S. L. (2008). The best defense is a good offense: Using human resource management proactively to minimize the threat of litigation from wrongful termination cases. Journal of Business and Behavioral Sciences, 19 (2) 108-123. Refereed. Contribution to Practice.

Segrest-Purkiss, S. L., Perrewé, P. L., Gillespie, T. L., Mayes, B. T., & Ferris, G. R. (2006). Implicit sources of bias in employment interview judgments and decisions. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 101 (2) pp. 152-167. Refereed. Discipline Based.

Hurley, A. E., Segrest-Purkiss, S., & Sonnenfeld, J. A. (2005). The impact of formal education on managerial career attainment. Personnel Review, 34 (5) 517-533. Refereed. Discipline Based.


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