William G. Wallick, Ph.D., SPHR
William G. Wallick, Ph.D., SPHR is an associate professor and director of the Human Resources Online Master’s program at the University of Scranton. Dr. Wallick has worked as a human resource practitioner and academic for the past 36 years. He is a life certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). He earned a Ph.D. in Workforce Education and Development from the Pennsylvania State University. Prior to his career in academia, he held progressively responsible senior leadership positions in human resource management.
Synopsis of Current Research
Dr. Wallick is co-author of the book What CEOs Expect from Corporate Training (AMACOM). His research focus for the past ten years has been on The employment, inclusion, and retention of individuals with disabilities in the workplace. He has made numerous presentations related to his research interests in global, national, regional, and local settings. One of Dr. Wallick’s most distinguished recent awards was being named as a United States Fulbright Scholar to the Republic of Mauritius in academic year 2006-2007.
Society for Human Resource Management – Member
· National Certification – Life Certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (1995 – Present)
· Founding/Charter Member – Northeast Pennsylvania Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (NEPA-SHRM) (1995)
· Vice President of Finance (1995 – 1997); President Elect (1998); President (1999); Board Member (2004)
Academy of Management – Member
· Reviewer of scholarly submissions for the annual conference
American Society for Training and Development – Member
· Cut Score Task Force (2005, July) Determine the certification standard (passing score) for workplace learning and performance (CPLP) certification.
· Work Product Rater (2006, March) Precedent setting role of rating work products for workplace learning and performance (CPLP) certification
National Rehabilitation Association – Member
· Board Member – Pennsylvania Rehabilitation Association (2006 – 2008) and (2009-2011)
United States Fulbright Scholar Grantee to Mauritius - (AY 2006-2007). Lecturing and research in human resource-related topics.
CASE Professor of the Year Nominee – University of Scranton – (2006).
Edgar C. Hayhow Award (2004). The American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) grants the Hayhow Award annually to the author(s) of an article judged the best from among those published in the Journal of Healthcare Management, ACHE’s official scholarly journal.
The NEPA SHRM Professional Excellence Award (2003). The Northeast Pennsylvania Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management presents this award annually to the member who makes a significant contribution to the HR profession. This award was presented in recognition of the publishing of my book "What CEOs Expect from Corporate Training".