Professor Neta Moye joined the Owen Faculty in 2002, after serving on the faculty of the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. She also brings many years of industry experience in the human resource profession to the classroom. Her courses emphasize the development of in-depth functional skills in HR, as well as the critical thinking skills necessary to successfully align human resource practices to business objectives.
Neta Moye's research interests focus on employee motivation, particularly as it relates to innovation and creativity at work. Her current research projects focus on how aspects of social context and interpersonal interactions at work influence motivation to generate ideas. Professor Moye has been honored with the Paine Award for Academic Excellence from the Robert H. Smith School of Business for her research accomplishments as a doctoral student and the Krowe Award for Teaching Excellence for her teaching accomplishments as a doctoral student.
B.S., Human Resources, Florida State University Ph.D., Organizational Behavior, University of Maryland
Research Interest(s): Employee motivation, particularly as it relates to innovation and creativity at work.