Robert Morris University, Ph.D. Leadership and Instructional Management 2015
Heinz School, Carnegie Mellon University, Masters in Public Management and Leadership, 2011
Carnegie Mellon University, Bachelor of Arts in Business Ethics and Public Policy, 2000
Well-being and Best Business Practices, Authentic Leadership, Soft Skill Development, Management Pedagogy, and Organizational Culture
Pueschel, Andrew. (2017.) "The Effects of Imposed Culture Change on Quality of Life of Work Groups and Work Leaders in a Learning Organization." Change Management: An International Journal 17 (2): 19-29.
Tucker, M. L., Pueschel, A., Rosado-Feger, A., Taylor-Bianco, A. (2018). The Energy Management Challenge: Priming Student Change with The Energy Audit.
Pueschel, A., & Tucker, M. L. (2018). Shifting students’ perspective: Achieving Grit through the Growth Mindset. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies, 20.
Pueschel, A., Tucker, M. L., Feger, A., Taylor-Bianco, A., & Sullivan, G. (2017). Priming students for success through energy management: The balancing act. Journal of Instructional Pedagogies, 20.
Pueschel, Andrew. (2017.) The Effects of Imposed Culture Change on Quality of Life of Work Groups and Work Leaders in a Learning Organization. Change Management: An International Journal 17 (2): 19-29.
Pueschel, A., (2015). The effects of imposed organizational culture change on productivity, employee engagement, quality of life, and leadership for both work groups and work leaders within a learning organization. Robert Morris University.
Presentations & Awards
Bruning Teaching Fellow. (2018/2019)
Ohio University, Department of Management. Best Group II Researcher. (2018)
Ohio University, Department of Management. Outstanding Team of the Year. (2018)
Athens Magazine (2018). Best OU Professor – Top 5 (Ranked #3)
Athens Magazine (2017). Best OU Professor – Top 5 (Ranked #4)
National Society of Leadership and Success (2017). Excellence in Teaching Award
Andrew Pueschel Ph.D., Director of the Emerging Leaders program at the Robert D. Walter Center for Strategic Leadership, is a Lecturer in the Management Department of the College of Business at Ohio University. He teaches Management in the Integrated Business Cluster, Introduction to Business, and Leadership in Practice. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Ethics and Public Policy from Carnegie Mellon, a Master’s in Public Policy and Management from the Heinz School, and a Doctorate in Leadership and Instructional Management from Robert Morris University. Research includes Well-Being, Leadership, Soft Skill Development, Organizational Behavior, Culture Change, and Motivation.
Leadership, Leadership Development, Organizational Culture, Culture Change, Soft Skills, Wellbeing and Stress Management