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Doctoral Student Recruitment

  • 1.  Doctoral Student Recruitment

    Posted 12-18-2020 15:26

    The University of North Texas is recruiting PhD students into our program for Fall 2021. If you know of promising candidates who are interested in earning a PhD in management, please ask them to apply to our program. We are located in Denton, a charming college town near the DFW airport in the vibrant and rapidly expanding Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.

    Our PhD program is research-focused, with emphases on entrepreneurship, human resource management, organizational behavior, organization theory, and strategic management. Our doctoral students are closely mentored by outstanding faculty including Anat BarNir, Jeff Chandler, Danielle Cooper, Derrick D'Souza, Mark Davis, Nolan Gaffney, Julie Hancock, Bob Heere, Ginny Kidwell, Chris Penney, Rhonda Reger, Manjula Salimath, Jeremy Short, Hoda Vaziri Bozorg and Matthew Walker.  Our faculty publishes leading edge research in top management journals such as AMR, AMJ, OS, SMJ, JAP, JBV and other ABDC A*/A and Financial Times 50 journals.

    The University of North Texas is a Carnegie R1 national research institution. University enrollment is over 40,000 students with more than 8,000 graduate students. The university offers 230 undergraduate and graduate majors and concentrations. The G. Brint Ryan College of Business is accredited by AACSB International.

    For further information about our research interests, visit:


    Assistantships are available that provide a competitive stipend, and tuition and fee waivers. For information on how to apply to our PhD program, please visit:


    For information about current students in our program, please visit:


    For information regarding Dallas-Fort Worth region and the city of Denton, please visit: https://www.dallaschamber.org/why-dallas/dfw-facts/


     We are accepting applications now and until the fall cohort is filled. Please encourage interested candidates to contact our doctoral coordinator, Rhonda Reger at Rhonda.reger@unt.edu


    Rhonda Reger