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 is currently pursuing a 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 works as a senior engineer officer in the US Army Reserve.


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

BS: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY, 2005 (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