Matthew J. Stollak

Associate Professor of Business Administration

B.A., Economics and Urban Community Policy Problems, James Madison College of Michigan State University
M.M.H.S., Brandeis University
Ph.D., Human Resource Management, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Programs: Business Administration

Matthew J. Stollak teaches courses that cover all aspects of human resources. Dr. Stollak’s articles have been published widely, and his academic interests include the impact of spirituality on job satisfaction, absenteeism, stress at work, and measuring the effectiveness of employee assistance programs. Dr. Stollak is active within the Society for Human Resource Management, serving at the local, regional, and national level, including serving as the adviser to the award-winning St. Norbert College SHRM student chapter. His blog, “True Faith HR,” has been well received, and has made numerous top-10 and top-25 lists. He also serves as a contributor to the Talent Advisor Portal at CareerBuilder's The Hiring Site. He can be reached on Twitter at @akabruno.

Research Interests
Current research focuses on the intersection of sports and HR, the role of social media in the recruitment process, and HR Technology.

BUAD 230 Foundations of Management 
BUAD 284 Statistics for Business and Economics
BUAD 336 Foundations of Human Resource Management 
BUAD 337 Behavior in Organizations
BUAD 437 Compensation Management
BUAD 438 Society for Human Resource Management Seminar
BUAD 525 Managing People, Teams, and Projects