Karen Stock is an Associate Professor in the DeVille School of Business at Walsh University. She develops and teaches courses in organizational behavior, cross-cultural management, and leadership at the undergraduate and graduate levels. She also has more than 15 years of industry experience leading teams in the areas of product development and marketing for multinational organizations. As such, she is a proponent of an experiential approach to learning in both academic and professional settings.
Karen is an Engaged Practitioner Scholar Research Fellow at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. Her research interests center around experiential learning through the exploration of experiences that bring about deeper learning and application, both in the classroom and at the workplace. She has presented her work at the Annual and Regional Academy of Management conferences, Management and Organizational Behavior Teaching conferences, and at the Institute for Experiential Learning Community of Practice conferences. She has published her work in OD Practitioner, Management Teaching Review, and the Journal of Education for Business.
Karen earned a Doctor of Management degree at Case Western Reserve University, Master of Arts in Management degree at Walsh University, and a Bachelor of Science in Business degree at Miami University, where she majored in Organizational Behavior.