I am an Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I completed my Ph.D. in Management (Organizational Behavior) at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and my Bachelors of Science in Psychology at Penn State. I previously served on the faculty at The University of Notre Dame.
Research: My research focuses on the complexities of morality work, investigating how employees respond to and manage (im)moral situations in the workplace. My work has been published in top management and psychology outlets.
Consulting: I have worked with a number of public, private, and federal organizations, ranging from those on the Fortune 500 to regional utility plants. In addition to using state of the art research practices, I have also developed a range of tools to assess topics such as motivation, engagement, turnover, selection, diversity, and more. Please contact me for more information.
In addition, I have served as an expert witness. My work has also been cited in state legislative hearings (see here).
Teaching: I teach courses in organizational behavior and ethics. I have been recognized by Poets and Quants for my teaching. I have also worked to develop cases with students, which can be found at the bottom of this webpage.
Media: My work has been been featured in outlets such as Forbes, NPR, Fast Company, ABC, HBR, Adam Grant's WorkLife and Think Again, and Slate (France). I have written pieces for outlets such as The Wall Street Journal, Scientific American, and Ethical Systems. I have been a guest on programs such as ABC and BBC News' Business Matters radio.
CV: Click here
UNC Bio: Link
Google Scholar: Link
Kundro, T.G. & Nurmohamed, S. (2021). Understanding When and Why Third Parties Punish Cover-Ups Less Severely. Academy of Management Journal.
Please email me if you would like a copy of any paper above. Most are available on ResearchGate.
Teaching and Cases
I am working with students to develop a series of cases that are open-access and free to use. As the cases are developed, I will add them below. If you use the case in your class or have any feedback, please let me know via email.
Uber Vs. Portland. Designed and written by Collin Sclesky.