Daniel Peat

Daniel M Peat

Asst Professor - Educator

Professional Summary

Dan is an Assistant Professor - Educator in the Management Department. He received his bachelor's in Management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, MBA from the University at Albany, SUNY, and PhD in Management at UC. Prior to joining the university, he worked in various military and government positions, most recently as a Division Chief for the Defense Technical Information Center. In addition to his work at UC, he serves in the US Army Reserves as an instructor for the Command and General Staff Officers' Course.


MBA: State University of New York at Albany Albany, NY, 2007 (Business Administration)

BS: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY, 2005 (Management)

Ph.D.: University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH, 2023 (Management)

Research and Practice Interests

Strategic Leadership, Strategic Human Capital, Public Sector Business Groups, Decision Making, and Corporate Governance

Positions and Work Experience

10-01-2017 - Major, • Curriculum designer and instructor for military decision making process for senior military leaders and staffs, US Army Reserve,

05-21-2005 -09-30-2016 Captain, Engineer Officer with service in multiple organizational levels including the Pentagon, National Guard Bureau, State Headquarters, and a deployment to Afghanistan. , Army National Guard,

10-2013 -07-2016 Division Chief, Directed a professional staff in planning, managing, and coordinating liaison activities with other government agencies, private industry, and academia to meet scientific and technical information needs, Defense Technical Information Center,

10-2012 -10-2013 Program Analyst, Government acquisitions and program management, Naval Sea Systems Command,


Peer Reviewed Publications

Peat D.M.; Perrmann-Graham J. (01-01-2022. ) Where do I belong? Conflicted identities and the paradox of simultaneous stigma and social aggrandiz.International Journal of Human Resource Management, , More Information

Christensen-Salem A.; Zanini M.T.F.; Walumbwa F.O.; Parente R.; Peat D.M.; Perrmann-Graham J. (10-01-2021. ) Communal solidarity in extreme environments: The role of servant leadership and social resources in .Journal of Business Research, , 135 ,829-839 More Information

Honors and Awards

02-2017 Exemplary Poster Presentation for Social & Behavioral Sciences Exemplary Poster Presentation for Social & Behavioral Sciences at 2017 Graduate Student Expo Level:University Type:Scholarship/Research

Courses Taught