PhD, University of Cincinnati
MBA, Universtiy of Illinois at Chicago
BA in Psychology, University of California, San Diego
As an assistant professor of management, Nathan teaches a variety of classes including BAR 111: Technical Skills for Business and MGT 421: Leadership in the 21st Century, among other undergraduate and MBA courses.
Nathan's research interests include:
- Justice in the workplace
- Relationships in the workplace
- Nontraditional work arrangements
Khazanchi, S., Sprinkle, T.A., Masterson, S.S., and Tong, N. (forthcoming). A spatial model of work relationships: The relationship-building and relationship-straining effects of workspace design. Academy of Management Review.
Masterson, S.S. and Tong, N. (2015). Justice perception formation in social settings. In R.S. Cropanzano and M. Ambrose (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Justice in the Workplace. London: Oxford University Press.