Kevin England

Associate Professor of Human Resources

Office location:

International Business Center

354

Email: kengland@lynn.edu

Phone: +1 561-237-7497

Why Lynn?

Lynn University’s College of Business and Management is committed to preparing students for successful careers in the business world. The faculty brings real-world experience into the classroom, and the instructional methods are a unique blend of digital technology and practical hands-on learning. Whether you’re learning on campus, learning online, or doing some of both, you’re getting a top-notch business education, and it’s an honor to be a part of that journey with you.

Professional profile

Kevin England, Ph.D. is an educator, researcher, and subject matter expert in Human Resources (HR) and Diversity & Inclusion (D&I). After completing his doctoral studies in Human Capital Management, with a focus on diversity programs in the workplace, Dr. England shifted his career to teach as an instructor at several universities while working as a Diversity & Inclusion consultant. He has brought his years of experience and knowledge to workshops and expert panels at events such as the Forum on Workplace Inclusion, the ERG Leadership Summit at USC's Center for Effective Organizations, the Academy of Management, the Society for Industrial & Organizational Psychology, and the Out & Equal Workplace Summit.

Dr. England holds Professional in Human Resources (PHR), SHRM Certified Professional (SHRM-CP), and Six Sigma Black Belt industry certifications.

Education

B.S.B.A, University of Central Florida (Major: Management Information Systems)
M.B.A., University of Florida (Concentrations: Human Resources, Management)
Ph.D., Bellevue University (Major: Human Capital Management)

Teaching philosophy

An education in business should mirror your future experience in the workplace: roles and responsibilities should be explicitly defined, and students should have realistic expectations for the learning experience. Expectations must be clearly articulated, so students can make informed decisions about their time and effort. Instructors must provide guidance and resources, but ultimately students are accountable for their own performance… just like in the workplace.

Teaching specialties

Human Resources
Management
Leadership

Areas of scholarship

  • Employee Resource Groups
  • Allies in the Workplace
  • Diversity and Inclusion
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