Kathleen A. Tomlin (née Kennedy) is an Assistant Professor in the College of Business at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Before joining the Management Division at UCCS, Kathleen worked as a post-doctoral researcher within the Decision-Making and Negotiation Cross-Disciplinary Area of Columbia Business School. She completed her Doctorate in social psychology at Princeton University, with a primary research focus on the role that interpersonal perceptions of bias play in the escalation of conflict. She also completed her undergraduate work in the great state of New Jersey, at Rutgers University - New Brunswick.
Dr. Tomlin is currently teaching Integrated Skills for Management (BUAD3000) and Principles of Negotiation and Conflict Management (MGMT4500). She previously taught Managerial Negotiations (B8412) to MBA candidates at Columbia Business School. Her courses are highly interactive and converge extremely well with her research interests in disagreement and conflict.
In her spare time, Dr. Tomlin enjoys golf (she played for the Rutgers Women's Golf Team as an undergraduate and is still chasing that elusive hole-in-one), skiing, and sailing (though she will likely do a lot less of this in Colorado than she used to on the East Coast).
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